News Headlines - 25 July 2015

Pearson in Talks to Sell Economist Stake - WSJ

Pearson PLC on Saturday moved to swiftly complete its transformation into an education specialist after confirming it is in talks over the potential sale of its 50% stake in the Economist Group.

SEC Investigating Smirnoff Maker Diageo - WSJ

The Securities and Exchange Commission is investigating whether Diageo PLC has been shipping excess inventory to distributors in an effort to boost the liquor company’s results, according to people familiar with the inquiry.

Diesel prices at pump fall below petrol | The Times

Britain’s ten million drivers of diesel cars have received a boost as prices at some supermarkets have fallen below those for petrol for the first time in almost 15 years.

Cambridge professor claims three climate scientists assassinated | Cambridge News

A Cambridge professor has claimed three scientists investigating the melting of Arctic ice may have been assassinated.
Professor Peter Wadhams, based at Polar Ocean Physics Group at the Centre for Mathematical Sciences in Wilberforce Road, said the trio could have been murdered and hinted the oil industry or government forces might be implicated.
The three scientists he identified all died within the space of a few months in early 2013.

BBC Sport - World Cup 2018: Qualifying draw in full

The Fifa confederations of Africa, Oceania, South America, Concacaf (North, Central America and the Caribbean) and Europe were drawn. Qualifying has already started in Asia.








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