News Headlines - 25 February 2016

Foxconn deal for Japan's Sharp in doubt after last-minute hitch | Reuters

Taiwan's Foxconn put its takeover of electronics maker Sharp Corp on hold on Thursday after discovering previously undisclosed liabilities, sources said, throwing into doubt what was set to be the biggest takeover by a foreign firm in Japan's technology sector.

Japan considers making bitcoin a legal currency | The Guardian

Japan’s governing Liberal Democratic party is planning to propose legal changes that would define bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies as currencies.
The changes would mean bitcoin could be more tightly regulated and taxed, and are likely to lead to more investment in developing cryptocurrency infrastructure in Japan.

Campaign for 'Brexit' takes six-point drop - YouGov poll for Times | Reuters

The campaign for Britain to leave the European Union has taken a 6-point drop over the rival "in" campaign, according to a YouGov poll taken by the Times... The newspaper said that the fears have contributed to a 6-point drop, to 31 percent, among those who thought leaving the bloc would be a safer option, while 43 percent said it would be safer to stay, which was down 1 percentage point.

Greece withdraws ambassador to Austria - FT.com

Athens withdrew its ambassador to Austria on Thursday in a sign of the mounting acrimony between EU countries over the bloc’s failed refugee policies, a fight that increasingly risks destroying the continent’s passport-free travel zone.

Baby gorilla born at Bristol zoo after rare emergency caesarean | London Evening Standard

A baby western lowland gorilla has been born at a British zoo after a very rare emergency caesarean.








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