News Headlines - 18 November 2015

Japan regulators set to slap Toshiba with record $57 million fine: source | Reuters

Japan's securities watchdog is likely to recommend Toshiba Corp be fined about 7 billion yen ($57 million), a source familiar with the matter said on Wednesday, in what would be a record in the country for accounting-related violations.

Obama says TPP a good deal but getting it to fly is 'not easy' | Reuters

U.S. President Barack Obama said on Wednesday work towards the final stage of getting a Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) deal off the ground was not easy, even as he reiterated the pact was a good deal economically."Execution is critical after we arrived at the text," Obama said in Manila at a meeting with leaders of 11 other TPP member countries on the sidelines of the annual summit of Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation.

Greece agrees deal to unlock €12bn in bail-out cash - Telegraph

Greece has reached an agreement to unlock the first major tranche of rescue money owed to the country under its €86bn international bail-out programme.
Athens has successfully passed the 48 "milestones" demanded by its EU creditors, freeing up €12bn in bail-out funds for the beleaguered debtor.

Ken Livingstone facing calls to resign after 'gravely offensive' mental health comment - Telegraph

Ken Livingstone is facing immediate calls to resign from his new role co-chairing Labour’s defence review after he said a critical shadow minister who has depression “might need some psychiatric help”.

Charlie Sheen Says He Has H.I.V. and Has Paid Millions to Keep It Secret - The New York Times

The troubled television star Charlie Sheen revealed his H.I.V.-positive status on Tuesday, saying that he had paid people upward of $10 million to keep quiet about his condition and that he wanted to put a stop “to this onslaught, this barrage of attacks and of subtruths and very harmful and mercurial stories that are about me.”








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