News Headlines - 05 October 2012

Drop in Jobless Figure Gives Jolt to Race for President - NYTimes.com

The jobless rate abruptly dropped in September to its lowest level since the month President Obama took office, indicating a steadier recovery than previously thought and delivering another jolt to the presidential campaign.

Lloyds says crash fixed after millions left without access to cash - Telegraph

Millions of bank customers were left with no access to their money on Friday afternoon after systems issues at two separate banking groups led to cards being declined at check outs and cash points, and the banks’ online systems freezing up.

BBC News - Abu Hamza to be extradited to US

Five suspected terrorists including Abu Hamza al-Masri can be extradited to the US, ending a long legal battle, UK High Court judges have decided.

Greece's National Bank, Eurobank in Merger Talks - WSJ.com

Greece's largest lender, National Bank of Greece SA, announced late Friday a friendly, all-share takeover bid for crosstown rival Eurobank Ergasias SA aimed at forming a bank that would dominate Greece's domestic market and rank among the largest in southeast Europe.

Graphic: How Apple has performed in the year since Steve Jobs' death - Telegraph

All those analysts and commentators who assumed Steve Jobs death would mark the end of Apple’s high point were wrong. In the year since he died, the Cupertino-based technology business has soared in value, becoming not just the public biggest company in the world but the biggest public company there has ever been.









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