British government launches car industry aid package

Wednesday, January 28, 2009 The British government has announced a £2.3 billion package of aid to attempt to support the country’s car manufacturing industry. Lord Peter Mandelson, the Secretary of State for Business, Enterprise and Regulatory Reform announced to the House of Lords that the government planned to obtain £1.3 billion from the European Investment […]

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Ford’s US auto sales spike, surpassing GM

Wednesday, March 3, 2010 Ford Motor Company said on Tuesday that its sales in the United States rose 43% in February compared to the same period last year, as the automaker outsold rivals Toyota and General Motors. The strength of our new products … are resonating with customers Ford said that total sales improved to […]

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Sales of Jackson songs and memorabilia rise after his death

Saturday, June 27, 2009 The death of Michael Jackson on Thursday has caused retail demand for his songs and for memorabilia to increase. Yesterday, the top nine selling items at Apple’s iTunes Store were albums by Jackson, with first and second being a “hits” album and the 1982 album Thriller. Amazon.com similarly reported selling more […]

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Why You Should Hire A Toronto Wedding Photographer

Why You Should Hire A Toronto Wedding Photographer by Toronto Weddingphotographer This is one of the biggest moments of your life. Your mother and father are watching, your closest friends, and sometimes co-workers are watching as you make your vows to your lifetime partner, you ensure these moments last a life time by capturing these […]

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The Simplest Method Of Mastering Capoeira Basics}

Click Here To Know More About: Yoga Teacher Training Course Sydney Yoga Synergy Teacher Training Submitted by: Mike Exhaunt Capoeira is an extremely poetic sport and is hardly jock-ish in any sense. In fact, it marries the best of both worlds, making it the ideal sport for both sexes. It has the grace of a […]

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21 July London bombing suspect held

Thursday, July 28, 2005 Yasin Hassan Omar, 24 — suspected of the attempted attack on Warren Street Tube Station — has been arrested by police in Birmingham in a raid yesterday. After being informed by a member of the public, police — supported by an army bomb disposal team from the Royal Logistic Corps (RLC) […]

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US Federal Reserve Chairman gives first news conference

Thursday, April 28, 2011 On Wednesday, at the first live public news conference ever given by the Federal Reserve (Fed), Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke explained the US central bank’s recent policy to a small group of reporters and answered some questions. The conference was conducted two hours after the release of a report […]

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Class action: Foreign workers pay thousands to obtain jobs in Canada

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National Museum of Scotland reopens after three-year redevelopment

Friday, July 29, 2011 Today sees the reopening of the National Museum of Scotland following a three-year renovation costing £47.4 million (US$ 77.3 million). Edinburgh’s Chambers Street was closed to traffic for the morning, with the 10am reopening by eleven-year-old Bryony Hare, who took her first steps in the museum, and won a competition organised […]

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