News archive from 9 November 2013, page 17

Turkish delight for Dubuisson as French ace storms into five-shot lead over Poulter

TURKISH OPEN LEADERS -21: V Dubuisson (Fra) -16: I Poulter (Eng) -15: T Woods (US), H Stenson (Swe), A Canizares (Sp), R Jacquelin (Fr) -14: J Walters (SA) Ian Poulter and Henrik Stenson's party was gatecrashed during the third round of the Turkish...

Daily Mail, 21:37 in Sport
 

Gunman kills eight in bar in Cali, Colombia

A 20-year-old man carrying a pistol was arrested fleeing the scene, police said on Saturday. (Reporting by Nelson Bocanegra; Writing by Peter Murphy; Editing by Doina Chiacu)

 

Wales 15 South Africa 24: Brutal Springboks batter Warburton's boys

Wales' long wait to claim the major southern hemisphere scalp they crave continues - but only after an heroic display in a ferocious Test match of brutal intensity at the Millennium Stadium. The reigning RBS 6 Nations champions lost four players with...

Daily Mail, 21:50 in Sport
 
New Wu-Tang Clan Album 'Held Up By Members'

New Wu-Tang Clan Album 'Held Up By Members'

The long-awaited new album by legendary hip hop act the Wu-Tang Clan is being delayed by a lack of commitment from group members, producer RZA has claimed. A European tour and new single this year had raised hopes that the collective's first major...

 

Washington state Senate passes tax breaks, aiming to win Boeing work

Lawmakers acknowledged, however, that their efforts would likely be undermined if the airplane maker's key machinists union votes down a proposed labour contract due to go to before the membership on Wednesday. A contract locking in Boeing's labour...

Reuters, 22:32 in Business
 

Jol on the brink of the sack! Fulham boss faces crisis talks with new owner Khan

Martin Jol was on the brink of becoming the third Premier League managerial casualty of the season after Fulham's humiliating 4-0 defeat at Liverpool. The 57-year-old Dutchman was bracing himself for talks with Fulham's new owner, Shahid Khan, after...

Daily Mail, 22:36 in Sport
 

Ashes blow for England as Pietersen faces race to be fit for first Test after knee problem

Kevin Pietersen is a doubt for the first Ashes Test in Brisbane after he suffered a recurrence of the knee problem that forced him to miss three months of cricket earlier this year. And England's plans were further disrupted by a calf strain which led...

Daily Mail, 22:36 in Sport
 

Allardyce blames 'desperate' Jaaskelainen for Norwich defeat after West Ham keeper fouls for Hooper penalty

West Ham manager Sam Allardyce has placed the blame for his side's 3-1 defeat by Norwich firmly at the door of Jussi Jaaskelainen after the goalkeeper conceded the penalty that handed the Canaries a way back into the match. With West Ham 1-0 up...

Daily Mail, 23:04 in Sport
 

Co-op Bank faces losing name in final humiliation as critics say takeover by big hedge funds ends mutual...

The troubled Co-operative Bank could be stripped of its name after Business Secretary Vince Cable launched a consultation on whether it still has the right to call itself a co-op. The bank - which has 1.6million current account customers - last week...

 

After a Blonde beauty let's get Toad on the road: Jamie Hendry turns to crowdfunding to help stage a...

The producers behind the award-winning West End show Legally Blonde The Musical are turning to the public to raise £650,000 to help stage a production of The Wind In The Willows. Jamie Hendry Productions has set up an equity crowdfunding system, which...

 

Dixons launches £180 tablet in Christmas war against Tesco and Argos

Electricals giant Dixons Retail will join the tablet computer war against Tesco and Argos when it launches its own version this week. The £180 Dixons handheld product - while far cheaper than the £250 Apple iPad mini - will be more costly than tablets...

 

SIMON WATKINS: BT needs football for the big league

The staggering near £1billion deal by BT to become the exclusive broadcaster of Champions League football is without doubt a game-changer. The move could mark its real coming of age as a digital broadcaster rather than a plain telecoms business. In...

 

Premier Foods forces small firms to cough up £5,000 as it plans to reduce the number of all its suppliers

Britain's largest food manufacturer has been slammed for demanding that small firms pay £5,000 if they want to remain on its list of prospective suppliers. Critics believe that cash-strapped Premier Foods, whose brands include Oxo, Sharwood's and...

 

Dotcom pioneer Martha Lane Fox launches karaoke app

If someone on the bus suddenly starts singing I Will Survive complete with musical backing, chances are they have the new smartphone app being launched by dotcom pioneer Martha Lane Fox. The lastminute.com co-founder runs several karaoke bars under...

 

Bosses and union locked in talks as Royal Mail has three days left to avoid strike

Royal Mail bosses and the Communication Workers Union are locked in talks this weekend in an attempt to reach agreement by Wednesday to avoid a threatened strike. A national walkout by postal staff had been planned for the start of this month after...

 


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