News Headlines - 28 March 2011

▽Post-Kadhafi future in focus at London meeting - AFP
More than 35 countries will attend a conference in London on Tuesday to map out a post-Kadhafi future for Libya with France and Britain urging the rebels to lead a push to democracy.

▽Government considers thug crackdown - The Press Association
The Government is considering a crackdown on hooligans who cause trouble at public protests in the wake of the "mindless violence" which marred a huge union-organised demonstration in London.
Home Secretary Theresa May raised the prospect of new powers to ban known hooligans from attending rallies and marches and forcing people to remove face-scarves and balaclavas.

▽Inventories Fall, Worries Grow Over Supplies of Japanese Cars - Wall Street Journal
Plenty of car shoppers dropped by Earl Stewart Toyota in North Palm Beach, Fla., over the weekend to check out the latest Prius hybrids, but not one drove home with a new model.
That's because the store, located in this affluent ocean-side community, is out of Priuses and hasn't had any for about the last 10 days, according to Earl Stewart, one of the largest Toyota dealers in the U.S.

▽Japan hurts computer-driven hedge funds - Financial Times
Several of the world’s biggest computer-driven hedge funds have been hit hard by volatile Asian markets after the Japanese earthquake and tsunami.

▽McAfee: Corporate Data is the New Cybercrime Target - PC Magazine
High-end cybercriminals have shifted from targeting credit cards and other personal data to the intellectual capital of large corporations, according to a new study from McAfee and Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC).
This includes trade secrets and product planning documents, according to the report, which was based on a survey more than 1,000 senior IT decision makers in the U.S., UK, Japan, China, India, Brazil and the Middle East.







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