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Tokyo shares end flat
26/12/2014 11:16
Tokyo shares end flatTokyo stocks ended flat on Friday with investors retreating to the sidelines as other major bourses were closed for Christmas.
Miami-based businessman becomes first to fly Etihad's flying hotel suite
26/12/2014 11:06
Miami-based businessman becomes first to fly Etihad's flying hotel suiteMeet Gino Bertuccio, the Miami-based businessman who’s purchased a spot in aviation history with the first ticket to fly Etihad Airways’ over-the-top, onboard hotel suite.
Easyjet hit by new year strike call in France
26/12/2014 20:37
French unions at low-cost airline easyJet announced a New Year strike on Friday similar to a Christmas work stoppage to press demands for better scheduling and pay.
200,000 litre diesel spill in Durban 200,000 litre diesel spill in Durban
24/12/2014 9:32
A pipeline between Durban and Johannesburg burst in an upmarket housing complex on Durban's outskirts spilling 200,000 litres of diesel, the Daily News reported on Wednesday.
A year of corporate deals A year of corporate deals
24/12/2014 3:04
The year 2014 would have gone down as unremarkable on the scales of corporate action in South Africa if it was not for deals which surfaced towards the end of the year.
 
Britain''s FTSE index rebounds ahead of U.S. jobs data Britain's FTSE index rebounds ahead of U.S. jobs data
5/12/2014 13:10
Britain's top share index bounced back in morning trading on Friday, led higher by financial stocks, with investors betting that U.S. jobs data will show signs of strength in the world's biggest economy.
Minimum wage good for economy: Vavi Minimum wage good for economy: Vavi
4/12/2014 18:13
A national minimum wage will result in economic growth, Cosatu secretary general Zwelinzima Vavi said in Durban on Thursday.
 
France strikes record unemployment high, again France strikes record unemployment high, again
24/12/2014 14:44
Unemployment in France hit a new record in November, with official statistics published Wednesday showing 3.488 million people claiming jobless benefits.
Oil market slides in subdued deals Oil market slides in subdued deals
24/12/2014 14:31
Oil prices fell in thin pre-holiday trade Wednesday, but analysts said losses were curbed by upbeat sentiment over a strong US economic growth report.
 
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Easyjet hit by new year strike call in FranceEasyjet hit by new year strike call in France
26/12/2014 20:37
French unions at low-cost airline easyJet announced a New Year strike on Friday similar to a Christmas work stoppage to press demands for better scheduling and pay.
 
Tokyo shares end flatTokyo shares end flat
26/12/2014 11:16
Tokyo stocks ended flat on Friday with investors retreating to the sidelines as other major bourses were closed for Christmas.
 
Miami-based businessman becomes first to fly Etihad's flying hotel suiteMiami-based businessman becomes first to fly Etihad's flying hotel suite
26/12/2014 11:06
Meet Gino Bertuccio, the Miami-based businessman who’s purchased a spot in aviation history with the first ticket to fly Etihad Airways’ over-the-top, onboard hotel suite.
 
iPhone-controlled M&M sorting machineiPhone-controlled M&M sorting machine
26/12/2014 10:52
This could be just the contraption for any concert venue with dreams of booking Van Halen, a group almost as famous for their dislike of brown M&Ms as for popularizing heavy metal.
 
LG offices raided over suspected washing machine vandalismLG offices raided over suspected washing machine vandalism
26/12/2014 10:30
South Korean prosecutors raided the Seoul headquarters of LG Electronics on Friday following allegations that the firm's executives vandalised their rival Samsung's washing machines at a trade fair in Germany, company officials said.
 
McDonald's putting big-sized fries back on the menu in JapanMcDonald's putting big-sized fries back on the menu in Japan
26/12/2014 10:28
McDonald's said Friday that an emergency airlift has eased a french fries shortage in Japan which forced the chain to ration the crispy treat at more than 3,000 restaurants across the country.
 
'Pray it forward' with new Christian app'Pray it forward' with new Christian app
25/12/2014 12:46
Can you talk to God through your iPhone? Christians all over the world can test out the theory thanks to a new app unveiled just in time for the holidays that allows users to share prayers, inspirational thoughts and greetings.
 
Facebook teams with NFL to score with online videoFacebook teams with NFL to score with online video
25/12/2014 11:36
Facebook said Thursday it had teamed with the National Football League to show ad-sponsored video clips at the leading social network.
 
Shoppers report online success this holiday seasonShoppers report online success this holiday season
25/12/2014 10:04
Holiday shopping can often be something of a nightmare, but the internet has worked its Christmas magic this year, with shoppers reporting few problems with online purchasing, new figures show.
 
Tokyo stocks close 0.25% downTokyo stocks close 0.25% down
25/12/2014 9:57
Tokyo stocks closed 0.25 percent lower on Thursday, snapping a five day winning streak, as profit-taking and a stronger yen dragged the market down in thin holiday trade.
 
Dollar gives up US GDP data gains in AsiaDollar gives up US GDP data gains in Asia
25/12/2014 9:47
The dollar lost more ground in thin Asian trade Thursday, after a rally powered by decade-high US economic growth figures.
 
Uganda takes on the chocolate marketUganda takes on the chocolate market
25/12/2014 9:36
On a sprawling, lush cocoa plantation in Mukono outside the Ugandan capital Kampala, farmers have been sampling chocolate for the first time ever.
 
Apple planning a smaller iPhone for 2015Apple planning a smaller iPhone for 2015
25/12/2014 8:45
The current iPhone is barely three months old, but the rumors and reports about what we can expect from its replacement which won't be unveiled until September 2015 have already begun in earnest and are pointing to an iPhone 6S with a smaller screen.
 
France strikes record unemployment high, againFrance strikes record unemployment high, again
24/12/2014 14:44
Unemployment in France hit a new record in November, with official statistics published Wednesday showing 3.488 million people claiming jobless benefits.
 
Oil market slides in subdued dealsOil market slides in subdued deals
24/12/2014 14:31
Oil prices fell in thin pre-holiday trade Wednesday, but analysts said losses were curbed by upbeat sentiment over a strong US economic growth report.
 
 

 




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