News Headlines - 20 September 2013

Blair's bunker: leaked emails reveal real story of rows, abuse and threats | The Guardian

Downing Street emails detailing the rearguard battle to prevent Tony Blair being ousted from No 10 in September 2006 have been released that show the then prime minister's allies desperately trying to prevent him having to endorse his rival Gordon Brown. The hundreds of emails, sent to and from Blair's core political team in No 10, reveal that the prime minister appears to have ordered his staff to describe the attempt to oust him as amounting to blackmail.

BBC News - Nintendo visionary Hiroshi Yamauchi dies aged 85

Hiroshi Yamauchi, the Japanese businessman credited with transforming Nintendo into a world-leading video games company, has died aged 85. Mr Yamauchi ran the firm for 53 years, and was its second-largest shareholder at the time of his death.

Sharp to raise $1.7bn in fresh capital - FT.com

Sharp is to raise as much as Y166.4bn ($1.7bn) through a share offering and tie-ups with fellow Japanese manufacturers as the embattled electronics group fights back against two years of multibillion dollar losses.

BIZ BRIEF: Dentsu’s Aegis Media integrates Spain’s Ymedia into Aegis Media Iberia - AJW by The Asahi Shimbun

Advertising and public relations company Dentsu Inc. announced on Sept. 20 the integration of the full-service Spanish communication agency, Ymedia S.L., together with Wink TTD S.L., into Aegis Media Iberia. Aegis Media is one of the two entities under the umbrella of Dentsu’s global operating unit, Dentsu Aegis Network Ltd.

iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c go on sale in the UK - Telegraph

Apple has begun selling its iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c smartphones in the UK, with fans queuing outside Apple's Covent Garden and Regent Street stores overnight to get their hands on one of the first devices.








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