News Headlines - 23 September 2011

▽Government aims to make North East a design centre for new trains - Journal Live
He said: “Once Hitachi establish their assembly plant here, the key to making that a sustained fixture of the UK economy will be eventually persuading them to tap into the UK’s undoubted expertise in train engineering and design to establish a design centre in the UK as well.

▽HP defends Whitman as ‘best choice’ - Financial Times
Ray Lane, executive chairman of Hewlett-Packard, defended his board’s hasty decision to appoint Meg Whitman as chief executive, saying the former Ebay head was the “best choice” for the job.

▽Hacking lawyer begins action against News Corp. in US - AFP
A lawyer acting for victims of phone hacking at the now-closed News of the World newspaper said Friday he has begun moves to take legal proceedings against its US parent company News Corp.

▽Facebook f8: Zuckerberg announces revamp - Telegraph.co.uk
Facebook's founder and CEO, Mark Zuckerberg, has announced a host of changes to the site at the social network's f8 conference in San Francisco.

▽London to bid for own internet domain name - BCS
The UK's capital city could be in line to get its own internet domain name after its official promotional agency revealed it plans to submit an application for one.
London & Partners has announced it will apply for a ten-year license for the the .london suffix.







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