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Diving World Series at Beijing's "Water Cube" Listen to the notes that aren't being played. Serious students of classical music will recognize this command as the best way in which to assess the beauty and efficacy of a particular piece or movement.
Story continues below "Unite finds it disgusting that the company decided to release a statement from Australia in the middle of the night so UK staff across Yorkshire and Clydesdale banks would wake up to hear that their jobs are being cut through
News in pictures On Facebook Suggested Topics Outlook In the early hours of yesterday morning the management of National Australia Bank did more to improve the image of British bankers at the stroke of a pen than if the entire corps of London's
The Cambridge, UK software firm specialises in online, multichannel and self-service solutions for customer-facing websites including contact centres and internal HR functions. In over a decade of being in business, the company is powering the self-
Wood caught out lying on national TV during a paid interview designed to sway public opinion his way...RBA to slash interest rates when its board meets today, as industry groups want a half-a-per cent cut...Australia Bank (NAB) shares have dipped
For the first time in a while, the Australian market finally followed the overseas leads with a strong gain today. Our market finished last week flat in the face of a 1.5% gain on the Dow Jones (and more on the S&P 500 and Nasdaq). The U.S. markets
The sale, code named Project Verde, is likely to fetch up to 1.5 billion pounds ($2.4 billion) and will create Britain's seventh-biggest bank...That will depend largely on the perception of its capital strength...The venture was set up in 2010 by
The source confirmed a report that the Spotless board had caved in to the buyout firm's offer of $2.71 a share, below the $2.80 minimum offer that the company that supplies meat pies to the Melbourne Cricket Ground wanted.
April 30, 2012 Read later ANZ will kick off the banks' reporting season. S big banks are poised to hand down more than $12.5 billion in first-half profits over the next two weeks, with earnings helped by the repricing of mortgages and business loans.
Story continues below ''This is likely to be the low point for bank earnings, with prospects for stronger growth in the second half of 2012,'' an analyst with Deutsche Bank, James Freeman, said. He expects stronger profits in the next six months,