News Headlines - 21 October 2016

Apple Approached Time Warner About Possible Merger Before AT&T Talks - WSJ

Apple Inc. approached Time Warner Inc. about pursuing a combination a few months ago, and though the discussions didn’t progress beyond a preliminary stage, Apple is now monitoring the media giant’s talks with AT&T Inc., people familiar with the matter said Friday.
AT&T is now in advanced talks to purchase Time Warner, The Wall Street Journal has reported, and a deal could come together within days.

Cyber attacks briefly knock out top sites - BBC News

Twitter, Spotify, Reddit, SoundCloud, PayPal and several other sites have been affected by three web attacks.
All the firms are customers of a company called Dyn, which they use to help users find their sites online.

France to start dismantling 'Jungle' migrant camp on Monday | Reuters

France will start removing migrants on Monday from a squalid north-coast camp known as the Jungle and expects to dismantle it in the space of a week, an interior ministry official said on Friday.

Bob Dylan removes mention of Nobel prize from website | The Guardian

The simple words “winner of the Nobel prize in literature”, which appeared on the page for The Lyrics: 1961-2012, have now been removed. Bob Dylan, Nobel laureate, is once again plain Bob Dylan.

Chelsea v Man Utd: Jose Mourinho promises no 'crazy kid' celebrations - BBC Sport

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he will not "celebrate like a crazy kid" if his new team score against his former club Chelsea... He won there with Inter Milan in 2010, before his second spell with the Blues in which he added a third league title to his trophy haul in west London.








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