News archive from 14 July 2012

RANGERS VOTE RAISES SPL QUESTIONS

RANGERS VOTE RAISES SPL QUESTIONS

Rangers newco have been voted into the Irn-Bru Third Division in a day of drama which leaves huge questions over the future of the Scottish Premier League. An overwhelming majority of Scottish Football League clubs - 25 to five - who met at Hampden...

Daily Star, 22:02 in Sport
 

It was so exciting to cook for Her Majesty

PROUD: Tina Boughey THE woman who devised and created the menu for the Queen’s lunch has described it as a “great honour”. Tina Boughey, of Worcestershire Cookery, based in Sinton Green, was approached to cater for the Queen’s visit to Worcester on...

 
Matthew Quesada jailed for murdering man who asked if daughter was ok

Matthew Quesada jailed for murdering man who asked if daughter was ok

The judge at the Old Bailey told Quesada, 26, he was a 'very dangerous young man' who had shown no sense of proportion in responding to what he perceived as criticism of his parenting skills. Kindly Mr Smith, 63, enquired after the three-year-old's...

Metro, 22:07 in Hot News
 

Pendle Community Hospital ‘has future’

A SERIES of recommendations have been agreed between councillors and health bosses on ways forward for Pendle Community Hospital. Campaigners were concerned that the removal of rehabilitation beds could spell the end for the centre in Leeds Road,...

 
eBay's hottest business brings benefits, risks

eBay's hottest business brings benefits, risks

PayPal, eBay Inc.'s online payment service, heeded that advice for much of its existence, charging fees for processing transactions rather than lending money that may not be repaid. But Bill Me Later, one of eBay's fastest-growing businesses, is...

 

AT&T extends contract for 7,000, labor battle continues

Both AT&T and its rival Verizon Communications (VZ.N) are engaged in tough labor negotiations this year as they look to reduce costs to help offset the decline of their traditional home phone businesses. Last August, Verizon Communications (VZ.N),...

 
Barclays flagged Libor problems to Fed in 2007

Barclays flagged Libor problems to Fed in 2007

The Federal Reserve Bank of New York was pushed to release the documents amid a furore that was touched off when Barclays late last month agreed to pay $453 million (290.7 million pounds) in fines for attempting to manipulate Libor. Libor, or the...

Reuters, 22:14 in Business
 
Canada reviews CDOR setting after Libor woes

Canada reviews CDOR setting after Libor woes

The subject of the review is CDOR, the Canadian Dealer Offered Rate. CDOR is determined daily by a survey of bid-side rates provided by the main market makers, including the major Canadian banks. The survey is posted by Reuters. IIROC, the Investment...

Reuters, 22:14 in Business
 
REDS COMPLETE BORINI SIGNING

REDS COMPLETE BORINI SIGNING

Roma striker Fabio Borini has become Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers' first signing as Reds boss after finalising a long-term deal at Anfield. The 21-year-old Italy international passed a medical and agreed personal terms at the club's Melwood...

Daily Star, 22:16 in Sport
 

Pendle Community Hospital ‘has future’

A SERIES of recommendations have been agreed between councillors and health bosses on ways forward for Pendle Community Hospital. Campaigners were concerned that the removal of rehabilitation beds could spell the end for the centre in Leeds Road,...

 
PIETERSEN HINTS AT LIMITED-OVERS RETURN

PIETERSEN HINTS AT LIMITED-OVERS RETURN

Kevin Pietersen's retirement from limited over internationals could be short-lived after he revealed he would "love to play for another three or four years in all forms of cricket". Pietersen, speaking after blazing an unbeaten 234 for...

Daily Star, 22:19 in Sport
 

Shakes-Drayton steals limelight

World champions Dai Greene and Mo Farah found themselves overshadowed by British team-mate Perri Shakes-Drayton in the athletics Aviva London Grand Prix at Crystal Palace. Olympic team captain Greene had been hoping to break Kriss Akabusi's...

Daily Post, 22:23 in Sport
 

Rangers vote raises SPL questions

Rangers newco have been voted into the Irn-Bru Third Division in a day of drama which leaves huge questions over the future of the Scottish Premier League. An overwhelming majority of Scottish Football League clubs - 25 to five - who met at Hampden...

Daily Post, 22:23 in Sport
 
Google's Nexus tablet selling fast across retail chains

Google's Nexus tablet selling fast across retail chains

GameStop said on Friday it had already run through its first two allocations of the tablet, co-developed by Google and Taiwan's Asustek that starts at $199 and has drawn glowing reviews from major gadget reviewers. Sam's Club, the warehouse chain...

 

Lexmark's outlook warning pulls down printer makers

Lexmark's stock slid as much as 17 percent, making it one of the biggest losers on the New York Stock Exchange and dragging down rivals Xerox Corp and Hewlett-Packard. Deteriorating economic conditions in Europe and a stronger dollar have led to bleak...

 


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