News archive from 18 February 2012

ALEX BRUMMER: The two Marios lifting spirits on the financial markets

ALEX BRUMMER: The two Marios lifting spirits on the financial markets

Saying a prayer: Italian PM Mario Monti Understanding financial markets is a perilous business. Just a few weeks ago all it required was the Greek PM to cough for Angela Merkel and Nicolas Sarkozy to hold another empty summit, or for Moody"s to...

 
Upbeat Anglo American is prepared to go it alone as an independent company

Upbeat Anglo American is prepared to go it alone as an independent company

Anglo American chief executive Cynthia Carroll insisted the miner has the firepower to grow as an independent company despite sweeping consolidation across the industry. Carroll posted upbeat annual profits and said Anglo is not a sitting duck for a...

 
Nautical but nice: Kelly Brook launches a new ferry route dressed as very seductive naval captain

Nautical but nice: Kelly Brook launches a new ferry route dressed as very seductive naval captain

And it stood out even more thanks to her all black get-up. Kelly has been dating former rugby star Thom, 26, since 2010 and they endured heartbreak when the model miscarried their daughter after almost five months of pregnancy last year. The pair have...

 

Wall St Week Ahead: Stocks may strain to hold 9-mo highs

Even with a Greece deal now in the works and the U.S. economic recovery showing stronger momentum, strategists think the market could face resistance in a push higher. Less than two months into the year, the benchmark Standard & Poor's index is up...

 
More charges for Megaupload in US case

More charges for Megaupload in US case

US prosecutors have added wire fraud and additional criminal copyright infringement counts to their case against file-sharing site Megaupload. New details have emerged as officials filed a 90-page superceding indictment against the company and its...

 

Got white girl problems? Babe Walker does, too

A lot of work has gone into producing the "White Girl Problems" brand. What started as a phrase coined during an alcohol-fueled conversation one night in 2010 between friends, quickly became a business plan as brothers Tanner and David...

 
HARRY REDKNAPP SAYS ENGLAND JOB MUST BE FULL-TIME FROM THE START

HARRY REDKNAPP SAYS ENGLAND JOB MUST BE FULL-TIME FROM THE START

HARRY REDKNAPP does not want to be England manager just for the European Championship and will only consider the job if it is on a full-time basis. FA chairman David Bernstein indicated last week that one of the options they are considering is a...

 
ARSENE WENGER IS SCARRED BY MILAN

ARSENE WENGER IS SCARRED BY MILAN

ARSENE WENGER has admitted Arsenal’s European humbling at the hands of AC Milan will haunt him for the rest of his life. But boss Wenger has challenged his battered players to show they have the mental strength to play for a club the size of the...

 
KENNY DALGLISH READY TO MAKE FINAL CUT

KENNY DALGLISH READY TO MAKE FINAL CUT

KENNY DALGLISH has warned his players that not only is a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals at stake against Brighton, but berths in his starting line-up for the Carling Cup final. Liverpool will seek to take a step closer to Wembley tomorrow aware...

 
FANS WRONG ON WENGER SAYS MARTIN O’NEILL

FANS WRONG ON WENGER SAYS MARTIN O’NEILL

MARTIN O’NEILL has told unhappy Arsenal fans not to lose faith in Arsene Wenger, the greatest manager the club has ever had. Sunderland boss O’Neill has crossed swords with Wenger in the past, but insists his rival should not be condemned for the...

 
MICAH RICHARDS: WE’RE BEATING BIGOTS

MICAH RICHARDS: WE’RE BEATING BIGOTS

MICAH RICHARDS says English football is winning the war against racist bigots, even if parts of Europe are still stained by the problem. Richards was stunned to learn that Manchester City team-mate Mario Balotelli had been subjected to monkey...

 
CHRIS DAY EYES ONE MORE RECORD DAY

CHRIS DAY EYES ONE MORE RECORD DAY

STEVENAGE goalkeeper Chris Day takes no comfort from the fact Tottenham may field a weakened team tomorrow. It will never be as weak as the one he once played in. FC Koln 8 Tottenham 0 in the InterToto Cup is forever in the White Hart Lane history...

 
HARRY REDKNAPP: CALL ME IN THE SUMMER

HARRY REDKNAPP: CALL ME IN THE SUMMER

HARRY REDKNAPP has told the FA to call him in the summer – after he has led Tottenham to FA Cup glory and a place in the Champions League. The Spurs boss is overwhelming favourite to take over as England manager ahead of Euro 2012. But he claims he...

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 
MERSEY MISSION IS OVER

MERSEY MISSION IS OVER

THE uniform will start off the same: shorts and a top. Yet instead of a pair of football boots will be flip-flops, and a baseball cap will probably replace the bobble hat he has grown accustomed to wearing in training of late. Landon Donovan makes...

 
DERECK CHISORA'S BIG SLAP-UP

DERECK CHISORA'S BIG SLAP-UP

DERECK CHISORA struck the first blow ahead of his WBC world title challenge against Vitali Klitschko tonight. But the Londoner was condemned by his own team for slapping the Ukrainian yesterday at the traditional stare-off following their weigh-in....

Daily Star, 00:04 in Sport
 


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