News Headlines - 14 May 2012

▽Greece euro exit fears rattle stock markets - The Guardian
Traders rushed to sell shares ahead of talks in Athens and Brussels. In London the FTSE 100 suffered a triple-digit loss, falling 102 points or 1.7% to 5472, while the Spanish stock market fell by 2.4%. In Athens, bank shares tumbled by as much as 10% on concerns of a disorderly Greek exit from the single currency.

▽Pivotal Greek party leader predicts failure of coalition talks - Telegraph.co.uk
The head of a moderate Left-wing party seen as the last hope for a coalition has said that a government cannot be formed without the radical Leftist Syriza party.

▽Sea Shepherd’s Paul Watson arrested in Germany - Globe and Mail
The Sea Shepherd Conservation Society says Paul Watson was arrested in Frankfurt over the weekend and will be extradited to Costa Rica on an outstanding arrest warrant.
The Sea Shepherd says in a statement that the arrest warrant stems from a 2002 incident involving a Costa Rican vessel illegally hunting for shark fins in Guatemalan waters.

▽Yahoo CEO Scott Thompson to stand down after faking computer science degree on his resume - Daily Mail
Yahoo Inc Chief Executive Scott Thompson is stepping down from his role at the Silicon Valley internet giant.
It is thought to be the final stage in a controversy over a fake computer science college degree on his biography, although the company if expected to claim he is leaving for 'personal reasons'.

▽Japan's Tokyo Electric Power reports full-year loss - BBC
Tokyo Electric Power Company (Tepco) has reported a full-year net loss as it struggles with trillions of yen in costs related to the nuclear crisis at its power plant in Fukushima.







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