News archive from 19 February 2012

Bosses in the slow lane when seeking new markets abroad

Bosses in the slow lane when seeking new markets abroad

Fewer than a third of entrepreneurs plan to expand overseas in 2012, despite Government efforts to encourage businesses to seek new markets abroad. The figure is highlighted in a report due out this week from RSM Tenon, an accountancy and advisory...

 
Harvey, 4, gets shares each birthday - Parents must choose carefully to ensure their children get the best start in life

Harvey, 4, gets shares each birthday - Parents must choose carefully to ensure their children get the best...

The account is also topped up with any cash gifts that Isabella receives for her birthday or at Christmas and she will be able to access the funds when she is 18. But with family finances everywhere under increasing pressure and a growing range of...

 
ASK THE EXPERTS: How do I set up a trust for my grandchildren?

ASK THE EXPERTS: How do I set up a trust for my grandchildren?

C.R.writes: I am considering setting up a discretionary trust to benefit my grandchildren. How would I go about it? Are there special forms to fill in and would a trust require its own bank account and annual tax returns? H.K.replies: If you are going...

 
Greece hopes to agree deal to slash national debt

Greece hopes to agree deal to slash national debt

Greece is expected tomorrow to try to draw a line under two years of financial turmoil by agreeing a £108billion bailout with fellow members of the eurozone. The deal is expected to slash the country"s national debt from £320billion to...

 
Libya sends army to stop clashes in southeast

Libya sends army to stop clashes in southeast

Libya's ruling National Transitional Council has struggled to assert its authority across the whole of Libya as rival regional militias and tribal groups jostle for power and resources following the fall of Muammar Gaddafi. Gunmen from the Zwai tribe...

 
Time to Mouve on: Jose tells Chelsea and Inter fans to get behind bosses

Time to Mouve on: Jose tells Chelsea and Inter fans to get behind bosses

Chelsea supporters sang for the coach known as the 'Special One' during Saturday's 1-1 FA Cup draw with second tier Birmingham City after the Inter faithful had done the same in Friday's 3-0 Serie A defeat at home to Bologna. The results piled more...

Daily Mail, 23:20 in Sport
 
Veteran Carragher fears the beginning of the end

Veteran Carragher fears the beginning of the end

Jamie Carragher returns from the cold against Brighton on Sunday admitting it is 'right' he is no longer an automatic first choice at the club. Carragher has played 683 times since his Liverpool debut 15 years ago - a record bettered only by Ian...

Daily Mail, 23:20 in Sport
 
Bruce turns down Wolves after they offer 13-game role

Bruce turns down Wolves after they offer 13-game role

Steve Bruce has turned down Wolves' offer to take charge of the club's battle against relegation because they are only offering the job for the remaining 13 games of the season. Bruce, out of work since being sacked by Sunderland in November, stunned...

Daily Mail, 23:20 in Sport
 
Maradona City break will give Aguero and Tevez a boost

Maradona City break will give Aguero and Tevez a boost

City's players return to training on Monday after a weekend off and Carlos Tevez will be told to continue training on his own following four months at home in Argentina. Intriguingly, Maradona knows both Tevez and the manager he has fallen out with,...

Daily Mail, 23:20 in Sport
 
Record-breaker Freeman gunning for Tottenham as he hopes to trip up Harry

Record-breaker Freeman gunning for Tottenham as he hopes to trip up Harry

"Arsenal made me the player I am today, technically and tactically. I"d pick things up by watching the other players. Cesc Fabregas was definitely an inspiration, Robin van Persie as well. Emmanuel Eboue was a nice guy, always helping the...

Daily Mail, 23:20 in Sport
 
It's time to start praying, Andre! AVB on the brink as Drogba takes over team talk

It's time to start praying, Andre! AVB on the brink as Drogba takes over team talk

He was not pacified by the explanation of the Chelsea spokesman sitting next to him, who suggested that reporters from match broadcaster ESPN, who had made the claim, had simply seen Drogba talking to team-mates in the tunnel. 'I've just given an...

Daily Mail, 23:20 in Sport
 
Barnsley boss Hill: I've got no sympathy for Pompey

Barnsley boss Hill: I've got no sympathy for Pompey

Barnsley claimed a 2-0 victory over Portsmouth, and Hill admitted: 'I've got no sympathy whatsoever for Portsmouth, absolutely none, because they've spent money they can't afford. They've recruited players at the beginning of the season knowing full...

Daily Mail, 23:20 in Sport
 

Missile strikes rebel stronghold near Somalia port

A government spokesman in the southern region of Juba, where the missile landed, confirmed the strike near the port of Kismayo, but said he did not know which of the countries fighting al Shabaab had launched the attack, or whether there had been...

 
HALFPENNY AIMING HIGH

HALFPENNY AIMING HIGH

Leigh Halfpenny has underlined Wales' principal objective for this season's RBS 6 Nations Championship - to win the Grand Slam. Stage three of that masterplan will be completed at Twickenham next Saturday if Wales defeat unbeaten Six Nations title...

Daily Star, 23:40 in Sport
 
SERGIO TORRES TALKING PEACE ON HIS WEMBLEY WAY

SERGIO TORRES TALKING PEACE ON HIS WEMBLEY WAY

SERGIO TORRES will step up his personal mission to repair Anglo-Argentinian relations today – and keep his dream of playing at Wembley alive. Crawley Town’s South American midfielder faces Tony Pulis’s Stoke in the FA Cup fifth round, knowing that...

 


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