News Headlines - 03 June 2011

▽Japan’s Bonds Decline on Political Divisions After Quake, Moody’s Warning - BusinessWeek
Japan’s 10-year bonds declined as widening political divisions dimmed prospects Prime Minister Naoto Kan will be able to carry out planned fiscal changes... The Ministry of Finance will sell 700 billion yen ($8.7 billion) in 30-year bonds on June 7.

▽Lloyds chief says recovery could take 5 yrs -report - Reuters
The new chief executive of Lloyds Banking Group (LLOY.L) suggested it could take up to five years to turn around the part-nationalised bank, the Financial Times said on Friday.

▽Scientists race to find source of deadly E.coli bug - Mirror.co.uk
Experts are in a desperate race against time to find the source of the most lethal E.coli outbreak in history.

▽Google to abandon older browsers - BBC
Those using IE7, Safari 3, Firefox 3.5 and their predecessors to view Gmail, Google Calendar, Talk, Docs and Sites will then lose some functions.

▽Roland Bunce leads Next model competition - The Guardian
When Roland Bunce entered Next's model competition, he may not have had the highest hopes... At 9am on Friday, Bunce – who according to his Facebook profile enjoys partying and drinking (his interests are listed as WrestleMania, Wrestling and WWE Wrestling) – was in first position, and his page on Next's site had been liked on Facebook over 26,000 times. In contrast the page for the person in second place had been liked 97 times.







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