What Happened on 10 July 2012
A Jordanian member of parliament is under investigation after pulling a gun on a rival in a TV talk show.… Read More.
Mitt Romney increased his presidential campaign fundraising lead over President Barack Obama in June. Romney and the Republicans raised $106… Read More.
United Nations and Arab League envoy to Syria, Kofi Annan, has said he has held "very candid and constructive" talks… Read More.
BMW is to invest $388 million in its UK factories over the next three years. The cash will be used… Read More.
Boeing has announced a $7.2 billion order for 75 planes from Air Lease Corporation. Sixty of them are 737 Max… Read More.
Norway's government has used emergency powers to force offshore oil and gas workers back to work, bringing and end to… Read More.
Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini has signed a new five-year contract with the Premier League champions. Mancini replaced Mark Hughes… Read More.
A peak audience of 16.9 million viewers in the UK watched Roger Federer’s victory over Andy Murray in the Wimbledon… Read More.
The British government has announced its Internet infrastructure will be able to cope with demand during the Olympic Games. Businesses… Read More.
Samsung has won a UK High Court case against Apple over the design of the companies’ respective tablets. Apple alleged… Read More.
Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman has joined the cast of Catching Fire, the sequel to hit action film The Hunger… Read More.