News archive from 3 April 2011, page 34

More customers exposed as big U.S. data breach grows

In what could be one of the biggest such breaches in U.S. history, a diverse swath of companies that did business with Epsilon stepped forward over the weekend to warn customers some of their electronic information could have been exposed. Video...

 
Manchester City hammer sorry Sunderland to move above Chelsea

Manchester City hammer sorry Sunderland to move above Chelsea

Adam Johnson, making his first start since injuring his ankle in January, opened the scoring and skipper Carlos Tevez doubled the advantage from the penalty spot. Second-half strikes from David Silva, Patrick Vieira and Yaya Toure completed the rout...

Metro, 21:11 in Sport
 
Ashley Young transfer race 'sees Manchester United ahead of Liverpool'

Ashley Young transfer race 'sees Manchester United ahead of Liverpool'

Liverpool have made it clear that Young, whose stock has risen in recent weeks thanks to strong international performances against Wales and Ghana, is their top choice when the transfer window opens in the summer. But now Manchester United have...

Metro, 21:11 in Sport
 
Edinson Cavani 'set to attract bids from Spurs, Arsenal and Man City'

Edinson Cavani 'set to attract bids from Spurs, Arsenal and Man City'

The Uruguayan, who is currently on a season-long loan from Palermo, has been continually linked with a number of top-flight English clubs. But the prospect of a move to the Premier League looks to be closer than ever, as Cavani's performance is sure...

Metro, 21:12 in Sport
 

Two killed and dozens hurt in third day of Afghan protests

A senior interior ministry investigator said on Sunday the killers of the U.N. staff appear to have been "reintegrated" Taliban -- fighters who had formally laid down arms -- although the insurgents have denied any role in the attack. Over...

 

Jeweller Aurum up for sale after earnings rise

Aurum's chairman Don McCarthy and its management team also own stakes in the group. Aurum has appointed Cavendish Corporate Finance to handle the sale, with a price tag of about 200 million pounds, according to a source close to the company....

Reuters, 21:22 in Business
 
RAF stretched to limit, air chief warns

RAF stretched to limit, air chief warns

The head of the RAF has issued a blunt warning that the service will need "genuine increases" in its budget over the coming years if it is to continue running the range of operations ministers demand. In an interview with the Guardian, Air...

Guardian, 21:24 in Politics
 
RAF chief Sir Stephen Dalton makes case for Britain's air power

RAF chief Sir Stephen Dalton makes case for Britain's air power

The armed forces will on Monday once again remind their personnel that their country needs them. Not, in this case, for bombing raids in Libya or for fighting in Afghanistan, but for something rather more prosaic: volunteering for redundancy. The navy...

Guardian, 21:33 in Politics
 
Prince William and Kate Middleton 'to hire buses for Royal Wedding'

Prince William and Kate Middleton 'to hire buses for Royal Wedding'

According to a report by the Daily Mail, only the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall will be exempt from the budget-friendly travel plan. In addition to reducing costs the coaches will provide organisers with simpler...

Metro, 21:45 in Hot News
 

Gulf Arabs states reject Iran "interference"

(Reporting by Reem Shamseddine and Jason Benham; editing by Michael Roddy)

 
New Europe: Poles dancing

New Europe: Poles dancing

I first meet Polish techno promoter Chris Tabisz outside an Italian restaurant in the centre of Warsaw. He is smoking a cigarette, talking urgently into his mobile phone and looking a little pained. His club night is due to start in two hours, one of...

 
Warrington 20-22 Catalan Dragons | Super League match report

Warrington 20-22 Catalan Dragons | Super League match report

Warrington received a rude French awakening from the combination of euphoria and exhaustion that still lingered after their emphatic win at Wigan last weekend, as the Catalan Dragons pulled off the biggest shock of the Super League season with a...

Guardian, 21:52 in Sport
 
Shirley Henderson: I'm every woman

Shirley Henderson: I'm every woman

Shirley Henderson isn't famous. Or at least she hopes she isn't. "I don't think I'd be comfortable," says the actor, "if people were spotting me every five seconds. You need to be able to go about your business." Still, with more...

Guardian, 21:55 in Showbiz
 


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