News Headlines - 21 December 2012

IntercontinentalExchange to Acquire NYSE Euronext - WSJ.com

The New York Stock Exchange, the cornerstone of American capitalism for 220 years, agreed to be sold as part of an $8.2 billion takeover by IntercontinentalExchange Inc.

Margaret Thatcher may have to stay in hospital for Christmas following operation to remove growth on bladder | Mail Online

Margaret Thatcher was recovering last night following an operation to remove a growth from her bladder. She had been admitted to a London hospital suffering from abdominal pains.

Abe scrambles to mend ties with S. Korea - Xinhua

Japan's premier-in-waiting Shinzo Abe is scrambling to mend the country's relations with neighboring South Korea after a victory of Park Heun-hye in South Korea's presidential election. Abe said Friday that he will send the country's former Financial Minister Fukushiru Nukaga on the day to South Korea as an envoy to help improve bilateral relations.

Nokia to get payments in patent deal with BlackBerry maker RIM | guardian.co.uk

The struggling Finnish mobile phone maker Nokia has settled its patent dispute with the BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIM) in return for payments, as it tries to exploit its technology patents to boost its finances.

New spider species? Biologist has discovered a tiny spider with a deadly clever game - thestar.com

A biologist working in the Peruvian rainforest has stumbled upon the first evidence of a tiny spider with a deadly clever game: constructing its own decoy.








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