News Headlines - 18 October 2012

Google panic over results bungle - FT.com

Disappointing third-quarter earnings from Google were accidentally published several hours earlier than planned, sparking a panicked sell-off of the internet company’s shares until trading was halted for more than two hours.

Apple ordered to open its books on iPhone, iPad profits • The Register

The judge in the ongoing Apple versus Samsung patent trial has ruled that Cupertino must disclose financial information on the profitability of its iPad and iPhone lines so that proper damages can be assessed.

BBC News - Twitter blocks neo-Nazi account to users in Germany

Twitter has blocked access to a neo-Nazi account at the request of the German government. The tweets will no longer be visible to users in Germany although the rest of the world will be able to view them.

MPs' expenses scandal: Independent regulator blocks expenses publication - Telegraph

The independent expenses regulator is refusing to disclose the identity of four MPs who are renting out properties from fellow MPs, and claiming the rent from the taxpayer.

Winning wildlife photos 2012 revealed | History Museum

The winners of the Veolia Environnement Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2012 competition were announced at a gala awards ceremony at the Natural History Museum tonight.









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