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News on 17-may-2012
Will Smith and Emma Thompson come together for Annie film remake
Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson has confirmed she is writing the script for a modern version of the musical Annie.…Read More →
|Jennifer Lopez tops Forbes celebrity list
Jennifer Lopez has topped the annual Forbes list of the 100 most powerful celebrities in the world, beating fellow pop…Read More →
Australia and New Zealand praise new rugby World Cup model
Australia and New Zealand, the world’s top two rugby nations, have hailed a new financial model for the World…Read More →
|Shah Rukh Khan faces Mumbai stadium ban
Bollywood megastar Shah Rukh Khan could be banned from entering Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium following reports he was involved in…Read More →
Google to make searches 'more human'
Google has revamped its search engine in a bid to offer instant answers to search queries.
A new function, the…Read More →
|Facebook to sell 25% more shares
Facebook has announced it will sell 25 percent more shares than first planned in its flotation due to strong demand.…Read More →
French Connection issues profit warning
Fashion retailer French Connection has issued a profit warning as sales and revenues continue to drop.
The company made a…Read More →
|Aviva CEO search to take all year
The search for a new CEO will take the rest of the year, according to insurer Aviva.
This comes as…Read More →
|HSBC cuts $2 billion following turnaround plan
HSBC has cut costs by $2 billion after a year of a 3-year turnaround plan.
Europe’s biggest bank is on…Read More →
China activist Chen Guangcheng's passport ready
Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng says he and his family have completed passport applications, which should be ready within 15…Read More →
|North Korea resumes work on light water reactor
North Korea has resumed work on a light water reactor that may be used to support its nuclear program, according…Read More →
|Mladic trial enters second day
The war crimes trial of former Bosnian Serb army commander Ratko Mladic has entered its second day, with the prosecution…Read More →