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05/02/2009 - 19:38

UK & USA Today Editoweb 5 february 2009

Staff face red card over TV blunder - British drugs giant GSK to cut jobs as profits fall - Brown appeals for Gaza aid.



UK & USA Today Editoweb 5 february 2009
Staff face red card over TV blunder

The Football Association has demanded an explanation from ITV over the blunder which prevented some TV viewers from watching the winning goal in Wednesday night's Merseyside derby.

British drugs giant GSK to cut jobs as profits fall

British pharmaceuticals group GlaxoSmithKline said Thursday it would cut jobs, without saying how many, under stepped up plans to slash annual costs by 1.7 billion pounds by 2011.

Brown appeals for Gaza aid

Gordon Brown has made a fresh appeal to Israel to help aid get to the victims of the Gaza conflict.

2012 London stadium cost set to rise again

The cost of the 2012 Olympic stadium could rise by 22 million pounds but the increase should be offset by savings elsewhere, the government said Thursday.

Black Cab Protest Jams London

Hundreds of black cabs have brought large parts of central London to a standstill in protest against a scheme for rival minicabs.

Royals Sorry For Selling Golliwog

Managers of a shop on a royal estate have apologised for selling golliwogs following the row over Carol Thatcher likening a tennis player to the controversial toy.

Queen's gift shop removes golliwogs

Managers of a giftshop at a royal estate have apologised for selling golliwog toys.

Global beer market to go flat in economic crisis

Worldwide consumption of beer could remain flat this year as the economic downturn hurts demand after several years of impressive growth, industry players said at a gathering in northern France on Thursday.

Senate nears vote on huge stimulus

Senators working to craft a massive U.S. economic stimulus package said on Thursday they had agreed it should be close to the $800 billion wanted by President Barack Obama, and Senate leader Harry Reid said he believed he had the votes to pass it.

Stocks jump on relief over retail sales

Wall Street shook off weak economic readings and placed bets on retailers Thursday after their monthly sales reports weren't as bad as had been expected.

Wall Street jumps on bank accounting talk

Stocks rose on Thursday on investor hopes that the Obama administration's plan to shore up the financial system would include a measure that would help banks stem losses and revive lending.

NCR's 4th-quarter earnings fall; shares decline

NCR Corp. on Thursday posted a 37 percent decline in fourth-quarter net income due to reorganization and legal costs, along with lower revenue, but adjusted results topped analyst expectations.

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