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31 May 2013 By Quentin Webb

The UK conglomerate is in talks to sell one of its biggest units. A fully priced deal would highlight the turnaround under CEO Philip Bowman. But he needs a good plan for the more than 2 billion pounds in proceeds. That will probably include a mixture of pensions funding and M&A.

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