News Headlines - 09 October 2015

Big rise in German attacks on migrant homes in 2015 - BBC News

The German government says there have been almost 500 attacks on homes intended for asylum seekers this year - three times more than in 2014.

Twitter is reportedly planning layoffs next week - Fortune

After finally naming co-founder Jack Dorsey as permanent CEO this week, Twitter is reportedly preparing for layoffs.
The microblogging giant will make cuts across most, if not all departments next week, according to a report by tech news site Re/code, citing anonymous sources. It’s unclear, however, how many employees will be let go.

‘Incredibles 2,’ ‘Cars 3’ Release Dates Set; ‘Toy Story 4’ Pushed Back | Variety

Disney has announced the release dates for 19 movies through the year 2020, including the summer 2017 opening of Pixar’s “Cars 3” and the 2019 bow of “The Incredibles 2.”
Disney has also moved “Toy Story 4” back by a year, from June 16, 2017, to June 15, 2018.

Journalist wins award for Jimmy Savile book - BBC News

A journalist who interviewed Jimmy Savile extensively over the last six years of his life has won an award for his book about the fallen celebrity.
Dan Davies won the Gordon Burn Prize for his book, In Plain Sight: The Life and Lies of Jimmy Savile.

West Ham won't pay for ticket checkers, medical staff or cleaners at Olympic Stadium | Sky Sports

Taxpayers will foot the bill for ticket checkers, medical staff and cleaners at games when West Ham move to the Olympic Stadium, Sky Sport News HQ can reveal.
The club also will not have to pay for turnstile operators, much of the security and steward personnel and catering staff on match days.
West Ham have agreed to rent the £700m Olympic Stadium for 99 years from the start of the 2016/17 season.








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