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UK Mums and Dads are buying more and more mobile phones and tablet computers than ever for their children, earning them the label 'Generation Give In' as they cave in to toddlers' so-called 'Pester Power'. Retailers might be delighted, but, as Hayley
My sincere and utmost condolences to this little boy's family...Reply New Comment New Click to rate Dorset Dumpling, Dorset, 5 minutes ago The selfish , selfish man. He cared more about himself being in the lads life than the boys life itself ...
The collapse of the roof of a London theatre brought much of the capital's renowned West End theatre district to a standstill and injured nearly 90 people.
This in turn will be used to finance our expansion plans next year," he said. PentaCapital Investment Corporation was hired as the issue manager and sole underwriter of the offer. The issuance was fully subscribed in the first hour of the first
Ukrainian President Viktor Yanukovich says he had to accept a $15 billion aid package from Russia because of high gas prices and debt repayments to the IMF, and that the package does not contradict a policy of integration with Europe.
Hundreds of thousands of objects, from Fox's personal belongings to items sent in by Canadians, have a temporary home at Library and Archives Canada in Burnaby, B.C...Look for a written feature on the Terry Fox collection coming soon in The Globe and
Dominion Resources Inc. said Tuesday that it is increasing its annual dividend rate by 6.7 percent. The Richmond, Va., energy transportation company set its dividend rate for 2014 at $2.40 per share, up from $2.25 per share in 2013. The company
A fire at the San Antonio, Texas zoo killed six reptiles including a rare komodo dragon.
Orthopedic device maker Zimmer Holdings Inc.'s board of directors has authorized a new share repurchase plan of up to $1 billion effective Jan. 1. The Warsaw, Ind., company said Monday that buybacks under the new program will be made in the open
Chorus shares crept higher this morning as investors took some encouragement from a new report and fresh political developments over the weekend...A report by EY Australia (previously Ernst & Young), published on Saturday, said Chorus faced a $250-