News Headlines - 28 September 2011

▽How did the BBC mistake day-trader who lives in a pebbledash semi for a Master of the Universe? - Daily Mail
And despite his brash demeanour, there is precious little evidence that the 34-year-old has ever been employed in a senior post for a bank or stockbroking firm.

▽Trader was not a hoaxer, says BBC - BBC
After Twitter speculation that he was a member of hoaxers The Yes Men, the BBC press office made enquiries and concluded: "He is an independent market trader and one of a range of voices we've had on air to talk about the recession."

▽Michael Jackson Dead Photo Shown As Trial Begins In Los Angeles - Gigwise
A photo of Michael Jackson lying dead on a hospital trolley was shown as the trial of his doctor Conrad Murray began in Los Angeles yesterday (September 27).

▽US Warns Israel Over Settlement Expansion - Sky News
The United States has warned that Israel risks damaging the prospects of peace with the Palestinians by approving the expansion of a Jewish settlement in the occupied West Bank.

▽On Wednesday, Amazon Will Unveil The “Kindle Fire” - TechCrunch
Last Friday, Amazon sent out invites to a press conference being held this coming Wednesday. They didn’t give away any details in the invite, but given our scoop earlier this month, everyone assumed it was to unveil the new Kindle tablet. We can now confirm this is correct. And we know a bit more.







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