News archive from 15 June 2012

SPAIN SUBLIME AS IRISH CRASH OUT

SPAIN SUBLIME AS IRISH CRASH OUT

Fernando Torres marked his return to the Spain team with a well-taken double as the Republic of Ireland's Euro 2012 dream came to a painful end with a 4-0 defeat. Torres struck after just four minutes and then again 20 minutes from time either side of...

Daily Star, 22:00 in Sport
 
GREEN OFFERS SMITH GERS ROLE

GREEN OFFERS SMITH GERS ROLE

Charles Green has offered Walter Smith a leading role in The Rangers Football Club after a dramatic last-minute bid from the former Ibrox manager threatened to undermine the viability of his new regime. Green completed his £5.5million purchase of...

Daily Star, 22:00 in Sport
 

Coldplay: We'll never be Take That

Chris Martin has said he doesn't think Coldplay will ever be as famous as Take That. The Paradise singer - who is currently on a world tour with his band - told Bauer Radio he doesn't think Coldplay are handsome enough to compete with Robbie Williams...

 
Serbia has to mend ties with Kosovo - EU Commission

Serbia has to mend ties with Kosovo - EU Commission

"It remains an absolutely central condition for moving to the next stage of EU progress," Barroso told reporters. On his first trip to Brussels since being elected on May 20, Nikolic faced a test of whether he can reconcile his nationalist...

 

Cognizant enters into $330 million deal with ING U.S

The new center will be an integral part of Cognizant's global delivery network and will allow the company to provide an expanded range of business process services in the insurance and financial services industries, the IT services firm said....

 

Your Money: Is LinkedIn Premium worth it?

The answer depends on how you use LinkedIn, which has more than 160 million members. For recruiters or those in cold-call sales, LinkedIn Premium's access to potential clients is a boon. But many job seekers may want to save their cash for printing...

 

Ryedale food firm could bring hundreds of new jobs

By Mark Stead, mark.stead@thepress.co.uk ABOUT 300 new jobs could be created in Ryedale through fresh plans for a food factory - almost three times more than originally expected. Yorkshire Baker got the green light from Ryedale District Council...

 

Coldplay: We'll never be Take That

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TV APOLOGY OVER BUSH 'SEVERED HEAD'

TV APOLOGY OVER BUSH 'SEVERED HEAD'

Producers Dan Weiss and David Benioff said they did not intentionally use the prosthetic head because it looked like Mr Bush - and added they meant no disrespect to him. The scene was shown last year and included again in a DVD release this March,...

 

UN chief warns of lack of resources in Kony hunt

The force is short of equipment, training, food and transportation, the U.N. secretary-general said in a report issued on Thursday, in which he urged U.N. member states to provide the resources needed. Kony, accused of terrorizing northern Uganda for...

 
Microsoft: 'Major announcement due'

Microsoft: 'Major announcement due'

Computing giant Microsoft says it is poised to make a "major" announcement in Los Angeles on Monday. The company has invited media to an afternoon event, but remained secretive about what the announcement will involve. It says it will not...

 
We’re ready to play our own version of the Euros

We’re ready to play our own version of the Euros

AN international football tournament is being held in Evesham on Sunday, aiming to bring together members of the community. The event has been organised by Wychavon District Council and eight different nationalities are expected to take part in the...

 
Bair decries hyperventilation over JPMorgan loss

Bair decries hyperventilation over JPMorgan loss

Bair told Reuters TV on Thursday that regulators need to accept blame for not catching the trading debacle and said it shows that some banks are too big to manage. But she said all the attention being paid to the trading loss is distracting from...

Reuters, 22:28 in Business
 
Sponsored by More job cuts and focus on new Lumia range in bid to save Nokia

Sponsored by More job cuts and focus on new Lumia range in bid to save Nokia

LOSS-MAKING Finnish phone maker Nokia tied its hopes of a turnaround to its Microsoft-based Lumia range yesterday as it unveiled a further 10,000 job cuts and a management shake-up. The firm will cut one in five jobs and close its only plant in...

Scotsman, 22:28 in Business
 
Sponsored by Mixed bag: Mulberry profits soar but shares slump

Sponsored by Mixed bag: Mulberry profits soar but shares slump

HANDBAG maker Mulberrry carried off a bumper increase in profits but a warning over slowing sales wiped nearly a quarter off its market value. Demand for its designs in Asia means the firm will build a further factory in the UK, less than a year after...

Scotsman, 22:28 in Business
 


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