News Headlines - 29 March 2015

British Airways frequent flier accounts hacked - Telegraph

Hackers have accessed tens of thousands of British Airways frequent flier accounts.
The airline said no personal information has been viewed or stolen, and it has frozen affected accounts for the next day or so while it resolves the issue.

Plea over Richard III Order of Service eBay sales - BBC News

The sale of Orders of Service from Richard III's reinterment on the internet has prompted an appeal from church authorities.

Amanda Knox acquitted: Meredith Kercher's family 'bitter' about Italian court's verdict - The Independent

The lawyer representing the family of the murdered 21-year-old Meredith Kercher said yesterday that there was a “great sense of bitterness” over the decision of an Italian court to absolve definitively Amanda Knox and Raffaele Sollecito of a role in the killing.

Fertility treatment: Why British women are travelling abroad - Telegraph

With claims of better success rates, pioneering treatments and cheaper IVF, foreign fertility clinics are cleaning up. So are 'fertility tourists' really getting a better deal? Anna Magee investigates

Ellen Pao Loses Silicon Valley Bias Case Against Kleiner Perkins - NYTimes.com

The plaintiff, Ellen Pao, had accused the firm, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, of discriminating against her in the course of her employment and eventual dismissal.
The decision handed Kleiner a sweeping victory in a case that had mesmerized Silicon Valley with its salacious details while simultaneously amplifying concerns about the lack of diversity in the technology industry.








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