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PEARSON AND BERTELSMANN AGREE CONSUMER PUBLISHING PARTNERSHIP: PENGUIN AND RANDOM HOUSE TO COMBINE, CREATING THE WORLD'S LEADING TRADE PUBLISHER Pearson and Bertelsmann today announce an agreement to create the world's leading consumer publishing organisation by combining Penguin and Random House. The combination brings together two of the world's leading English language publishers, with highly complementary skills and strengths.
Eurozone crisis live: Greek government meets to agree cuts package
Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the eurozone financial crisis, and other key events in the world economy. Attention is focused on Greece today, where the leaders of the three parties in its coalition government are meeting today in an attempt to finalise the details of its €13.5bn austerity package.
Eurozone crisis: EU summit day two - live
Leaders return to the negotiating table today after a marathon session that dragged into the early hours of the morning, and which saw a compromise deal on banking supervision
Eurozone crisis live: Austerity protests growing ahead of latest jobless data
Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of the eurozone financial crisis, and other key events in the world economy. It's a nervous start to the new month, after thousands of protesters took to the streets of Paris yesterday. Their target: Europe's new fiscal pact, and the austerity measures being imposed on struggling countries across the eurozone.
Eurozone crisis live: Economic slowdown prompts Japan to act
Good morning, and welcome to our rolling coverage of Europe's financial crisis, and other key events in the global economy. Overnight, the big news comes from Japan, whose central bank became the latest to launch a new stimulus package in the face of the global slowdown.
Ernest Borgnine obituary
With his coarsely podgy features, bug eyes, gap-toothed grin and stocky build, Ernest Borgnine, who has died aged 95 of renal failure, seemed destined to remain one of nature's supporting actors in a string of sadistic and menacing parts. Instead he won an Oscar for a role which was the antithesis of all his previous characters.
Afghan women's rights on the brink - Blog - The F-Word
Over ten years since we first entered Afghanistan, it remains true that it is one of the worst places to be a woman. 87% of women in Afghanistan experience some form of domestic violence and women are more fearful of sexual assault than of abduction, kidnapping or being caught in an explosion - combined.
Film review: Margaret
Rewatching Kenneth Lonergan's debut You Can Count on Me (2000) in the wake of his second feature Margaret, what's immediately striking is how similar they are. Both feature Mark Ruffalo, Matthew Broderick, Lonergan's wife J.
How to switch bank accounts
Everything you need to know about changing your bank or building society account to a new provider IT meltdowns and interest rate scandals may mean an end to the old statistic about being more likely to divorce than switch current accounts.
Definition of bankered | New Word Suggestion | Collins Dictionary
Additional Information Verb. "For true accuracy, it should only come in the passive voice. We could call it: to be bankered. "What happened to the British in the early 21st century?", a future historian will ask. "Poor sods," her colleague might reply. "I'm afraid they got totally bankered".