Chess Mumbai hotel reopens after attack

The Oberoi hotel, one of the best-known landmarks in Mumbai, is due to re-open - 18 months after being badly damaged when militants stormed the Indian city.Nearly 170 people died in the attack, more than 30 of them Oberoi staff and guests of the luxury hotel. Every

Chess Volunteers asked to miss flights

UK airlines are seeking volunteers to change flights so people stranded since the ash cloud disruption can return home.This article is from the BBC News website. © British Broadcasting Corporation, The BBC is not responsible for the content of external internet si

Chess Small Business News: How Social Is Your Company?

How social is your business? No, we aren’t talking only about the new array of social media tools available to you. In the Small Business Trends roundup for this last day of the week April 23, 2010, we look at how you listen, really listen, to the customers a

Chess US man ‘aided suicides via web’

A former US nurse has been charged with two counts of aiding suicides on the internet, US officials say.William Melchert-Dinkel, 47, is accused of encouraging the suicides of Mark Drybrough from Coventry, UK in 2005 and Canada's Nadia Kajouji in 2008. Mr Melchert-D

Chess G20 hopeful on economic recovery

The global economy is emerging faster than expected from the deep recession, finance ministers from the world's leading economies, the G20, have said.After talks in Washington, they said the pace of the recovery was largely due to the huge amounts of government mon

Chess Hidden debts ‘amount to millions’

People in the UK owe £55bn in hidden debts, according to a survey.Nearly a third of people (31%) hide the true extent of debt from family members, research by OnePoll for the Post Office found. One in six women (16%) and more than a quarter of men (28%) do no

Chess Climate bill gives polluter and nuclear breaks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. climate change bill expected to be unveiled on Monday contains incentives to spur the building of a dozen nuclear power plants, but delays emissions caps on plants that emit large amounts of greenhouse gases, industry sources said on

Chess Essar Energy sets IPO price range

The power, oil and gas company being spun out of India's Essar Group conglomerate has set the range for a planned $2.5bn London stock market flotation between 450p and 550p a share

Chess Duke of Edinburgh injures ankle

The Duke of Edinburgh has suffered a "minor injury" to his ankle during an accident at the Royal's Windsor estate, Buckingham Palace has said.Prince Philip was hurt when the ponies attached to his carriage ran away. His injury comes a few weeks after his

Chess Climate bill calls for 12 nuclear plants

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The draft U.S. climate bill expected to be unveiled on Monday contains incentives to help build a dozen nuclear power plants, but delays emissions caps on plants that pollute large amounts of greenhouse gases, an industry source said on Frida

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