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No Sponsor For New College Football Playoffs – ESPN

No Sponsor For New College Football Playoffs – ESPN

No Sponsor For New College Football Playoffs NEXT VIDEO No Sponsor For New College Football Playoffs No Sponsor For New College Football Playoffs UK Using SEC Tournament To Prepare UK Using SEC Tournament To Prepare Uncertain Sunday Ahead For VCU Uncertain Sunday Ahead For VCU L.A. Daily Download L.A. Daily Download Michele Steele recaps the […]

ADR Shares End Lower Amid UK Economic Concerns – Fox Business

International companies trading in New York closed lower Tuesday as data fanned concerns that the U.K. economy is slipping back toward recession, weighing on stocks despite an upbeat view from Germany. The Bank of New York index of ADRs slid 0.5% to 136.92. Manufacturing output in the U.K. fell 1.5% in January, much worse than […]

UK rejects call for EU countries to vote on same day – The Guardian

The UK government has rejected calls for a common voting day for European parliament elections – insisting Britain will stick to its tradition of polling on Thursdays. The European commission recommended a single voting day as a gesture of EU solidarity, and to boost embarrassingly low voter turnout in the euro-elections. If adopted, the odds […]

EURO GOVT-Bunds rise on UK data, break key technical levels – Reuters

Tue Mar 12, 2013 1:24pm EDT * German Bunds follow UK gilts higher after weak data * Break through resistance levels fuels Bund rally * Investors prepare for Italian auction By Ana Nicolaci da Costa and Emelia Sithole-Matarise LONDON, March 12 (Reuters) – German Bunds rallied on Tuesday after breaking key technical resistance as a […]

Eurozone crisis as it happened: UK manufacturing slump raises risk of triple-dip – The Guardian

“In Greece, [Buchheit] says, there is more to do. Yes, it has slashed its debts but much of it has simply been transferred into loans from public institutions. “To be made presentable again to the markets, you are going to have to do something with that debt stock, otherwise it hangs like a miasmic cloud […]

US and Europe Seek Backing for Landmark Trade Pact – New York Times

BRUSSELS — President Barack Obama and the top trade official for the European Union sought to rally support Tuesday for a landmark trans-Atlantic free trade deal, saying it would benefit a wide variety of exporters and offer a significant boost to growth. Karel De Gucht, the E.U. trade commissioner, said one of the biggest beneficiaries […]

Samsung Teases Galaxy S IV On Twitter Amid Rumors and Leaks – Wired (blog)

Samsung Teases Galaxy S IV On Twitter Amid Rumors and Leaks – Wired (blog)

Samsung’s Galaxy S IV — in the shadows until Thursday. Image: Samsung Samsung shared a shadowy image of its forthcoming Galaxy S IV handset on Twitter today. It looks a helluva lot like the Galaxy S III. The official sneak peek comes amid a bunch of photos and videos from China showing off what purportedly […]

Google Pays $7M Fine to Settle Wi-Fi Privacy Case – ABC News

Google Pays $7M Fine to Settle Wi-Fi Privacy Case – ABC News

Google will pay a $7 million fine to settle a multistate investigation into a snoopy software program that enabled the Internet search leader to intercept emails, passwords and other sensitive information sent several years ago over unprotected wireless networks in neighborhoods across the world. The agreement announced Tuesday covers 38 states and the District of […]

ADR REPORT-Drops in Asia drag foreign shares lower – Reuters

NEW YORK, March 12 | Tue Mar 12, 2013 2:38pm EDT NEW YORK, March 12 (Reuters) – U.S.-listed shares of foreign companies fell on Tuesday, dragged lower by Asian companies as traders cashed in after a recent rally in Japan, while China stocks extended a negative streak. Japanese shares retreated after Tokyo’s Nikkei snapped an […]

GOP lawmakers grill consumer finance chief – Washington Times

GOP lawmakers grill consumer finance chief – Washington Times

Follow @timdevaney Enlarge Photo Richard Cordray and Mary Jo White are sworn in March 12, 2013, … more > Facebook Follow @washtimes Senate Republicans used the confirmation hearing for the head of President Obama’s new Consumer Financial Protection Board to air their continued unhappiness with the agency’s funding and what they said was its lack of […]