News Headlines - 24 October 2011

▽EU referendum: Rebels lose vote in Commons - BBC
The prime minister has comfortably defeated attempts to bring about a referendum on Europe, despite a sizeable rebellion by Conservative MPs...
In all, 483 fell in line, while 111 defied party whips, a majority of 372.

▽U.S. Firms Involved in Olympus Deal - Wall Street Journal
Mr. Sagawa has met with the Federal Bureau of Investigation in New York about the matter in recent days, people familiar with the situation said. The FBI probe was reported earlier by the New York Times.

▽News Corp. Votes Show Ire Toward Murdochs - Wall Street Journal
The re-elections of Rupert Murdoch's sons, James and Lachlan, to the board of News Corp. drew heavy opposition at the company's annual meeting last Friday, with about one-third of voting shares that were cast going against the pair, according to a securities filing on Monday.

▽Jobs book reveals Apple’s recipe for success - Financial Times
Steve Jobs believed his greatest legacy would be Apple the company, rather than the breakthrough products such as the Mac and the iPad with which he is most associated, according to an authorised biography published on Monday.

▽Gaddafi to be buried in secret desert grave: NTC - Reuters
Ousted Libyan leader Muammar Gaddafi will be buried on Tuesday in a secret desert grave, a National Transitional Council official said, ending a wrangle over his rotting corpse that led many to fear for Libya's governability.







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