News Headlines - 19 August 2011

▽Economy 'teetering' on edge of recession - BBC
Stocks in Europe have started the day with more losses, after Asian stocks had fallen overnight on continued fears about a global economic slowdown.

▽Phone hacking: Met police detective arrested - The Guardian
A police detective has been arrested on suspicion of leaking details about Scotland Yard's phone-hacking investigation.
The man has not been charged but he has been suspended by the Metropolitan police.

▽Murdoch tabloid private eye to reveal hacking orders - Reuters
A private detective jailed for illegally intercepting voicemail messages on behalf of a journalist at one of Rupert Murdoch's British newspapers has been ordered to reveal who asked him to carry out the phone-hacking.

▽Big fall in Government borrowing - The Press Association
Government borrowing fell drastically last month, figures have revealed, but economists still fear it will miss deficit reduction targets for the year.

▽Search specialist Autonomy to sell for £7.1bn in HP software move - Scotsman
SHARES in Autonomy soared by more than 71 per cent yesterday after the Cambridge-based software company recommended a £7.1 billion offer from Hewlett-Packard that will net its founder more than £500 million.
The US tech giant has agreed to buy the FTSE 100 company in a strategy change that will also see it spin off its personal computer business to reinvent itself as a higher-margin, software- focused company.







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