News Headlines - 03 April 2013

Unions consider first general strike since 1926 - Telegraph

Unite, Britain's biggest union, is understood to be leading calls for a super-strike in protest against the Government cuts. A document drawn up by the union described a general strike as "desirable", according to the Financial Times.

Leaks reveal secrets of the rich who hide cash offshore | The Guardian

Millions of internal records have leaked from Britain's offshore financial industry, exposing for the first time the identities of thousands of holders of anonymous wealth from around the world, from presidents to plutocrats, the daughter of a notorious dictator and a British millionaire accused of concealing assets from his ex-wife.

Stop your snooping, European regulators tell Google - The Independent

That Google likes to keep things simple is apparent from its spartan home page: a logo, a text box for search queries, two buttons to process queries, and an unobtrusive strip of links to the internet behemoth’s email, maps and other services along the top. Links along the bottom connect you to the company, and up in the top right-hand corner there’s a button to sign in to your Google account.

Tim Cook's Apology Letter to Apple Customers in China - Forbes

Apple CEO Tim Cook earlier this week wrote a note to customers in China, apologizing after the company received complaints on its customer service and warranty policies.

Face Sized Tarantula Discovered in Sri Lanka, 'Quite Rare. They Prefer Well-Established Old Trees' | KpopStarz

The giant spider photo shared on Wire on Tuesday, surprised readers and immediately spread across the internet. It was reported that face-sized tarantulas were found living in the trees as well as inside abandoned buildings.








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