News Headlines - 26 November 2014

UK lawmakers cancel visit to China after visa ban - Yahoo News UK

A group of British lawmakers cancelled a visit to China on Tuesday after one MP who defended Hong Kong's autonomy was not granted a visa, the Guardian newspaper and British and Chinese officials said.

BBC News - Sony Pictures computer system hacked in online attack

Sony Pictures Entertainment has been targeted by computer hackers in an attack which reports say forced it shut down its systems on Monday.

Twitter CFO Anthony Noto fuels speculation about new acquisition after tweeting plans to 'buy them' by mistake - The Independent

Twitter's chief financial officer fuelled speculation about a potential acquisition last night after he accidentally tweeted a message about buying another company... “I still think we should buy them,” Noto wrote. “He is on your schedule for Dec. 15 or 16 — we will need to sell him. I have a plan."

Apple’s market value hits $700bn on iPhone 6 sales - FT.com

Apple’s market capitalisation touched a record-breaking $700bn on Tuesday, as strong iPhone sales and anticipation of new products pushed its shares to more than double the point at which Tim Cook took over as chief executive.

James Watson, co-discoverer of DNA puts his Nobel Prize up for sale | Daily Mail Online

A Nobel Prize gold medal awarded to American scientist Dr. James Watson, a co-discoverer of DNA, is expected to sell for up to $3.5 million at auction next month in New York, Christie's said on Monday... Watson, 86, will donate part of the proceeds from the auction to charities and to support scientific research.








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