Chess BHP needs to strike balance on Potash price

Three weeks after its initially secret $39bn approach to PotashCorp, the Anglo-Australian miner faces conflicting pressures over the price it might have to pay to secure its target


Chess Compromise boosts energy groups

Agreement to extend the life of Germany's 17 nuclear plants is true to the power companies' original proposal to the government


Chess Brazil stakes future on $75bn Petrobras offer

The mere fact Brazil is attempting this now, and on the eve of a presidential election, is a sign of brazen confidence


Chess US to unveil $50bn building plan

US infrastructure has been roundly criticised President Barack Obama is expected to call for a new infrastructure plan on Monday as he bids to find ways to jump-start the spluttering US economy. The plan will invest about $50bn (£32.5bn) in roads, railways


Chess Man dies in Philippines stabbing

A 27-year-old Aberdeen man is stabbed and killed two days after flying to the Philippines.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet sites. Source


Chess Paris Summit Omits Roma Issue, France Insists ‘There’s No Expulsion’

The much expected immigration summit of several EU countries and Canada in Paris has made no mention of the recent campaign of the French government to crack down on Roma immigrants from Bulgaria and Romania. The Roma issue, including the deportation of Roma squat


Chess Extra police drafted in for case

Extra police are drafted into Airdrie Sheriff Court when a teenager appears in private charged with assault to severe injury.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external inter


Chess Labour MPs call for hacking probe

Labour MPs have put pressure on the police to reopen the investigation into alleged phone-hacking of prominent figures by News of the World reporters. But Home Secretary Theresa May told a heated urgent session in Parliament it was up to the police to decide the be


Chess Financial Appraisal Deal Brings Nabucco Closer to Securing Funding

The shareholders and project company of Nabucco have singed a mandate letter with three international financial institutions for the appraisal of the future pipeline, which has been hailed as a key step forward. The signing of the mandate letter of the shareholder


Chess Striker Kuyt suffers injury blow

Liverpool striker Dirk Kuyt injures shoulder during training with the Netherlands, according to Dutch boss Bert van MarwijkThis article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external interne


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