W&G Investments, one of the three bidders vying for Royal Bank of Scotland's 315 branches, said the sale could be delayed beyond the two-year schedule. Sony Pictures Television has gone largely ... more 
W&G Investments, one of the three bidders vying for Royal Bank of Scotland's 315 branches, said the sale could be delayed beyond the two-year schedule. Sony Pictures Television has gone largely underacknowledged, but that is changing, partly because of prodding from one of its largest shareholders. Investor Daniel S. Loeb, whose Third Point hedge fund owns about 7 percent of Sony, urged Sony to spin off part of Sony Entertainment, which includes film, television and music businesses. The Japanese conglomerate rejected that proposal on Aug. 5, but Sony made one concession, saying it would begin disclosing more financial information about the studio?s performance less 
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