News Headlines - 28 January 2012

▽IMF tells Greece it will lose control of budget in return for bail-out - Telegraph.co.uk
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has signalled that Greece will have to give up autonomy over its budget if it is to receive the full backing of the international community for its second €130bn (£109bn) bail-out.

▽FSA fines two more over Greenlight insider trading - Telegraph.co.uk
Two more individuals connected to US hedge fund Greenlight Capital have been fined over a multi-million pound insider-dealing case.

▽Sun executives arrested over illegal police payments - Telegraph.co.uk
Senior executives at the Sun newspaper who were closely associated with former News International chief executive Rebekah Brooks have been arrested on suspicion of making illegal payments to police officers.

▽James Murdoch to Leave Glaxo Board - Wall Street Journal
As he grapples with the fallout from News Corp.'s phone-hacking scandal, Deputy Chief Operating Officer James Murdoch is resigning from the board of GlaxoSmithKline PLC, the drug maker said Friday.

▽Grand Central trains scores top marks for satisfaction - Halifax Evening Courier
GRAND Central has been judged top for satisfaction in the rail industry’s Passenger Focus survey.
Figures showed a 93 per cent satisfaction rating for the Arriva owned open access operator on the Calderdale to London route.







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