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Oct 15, 2013

Apple bets on Burberry chief to burnish retail shine

SAN FRANCISCO/LONDON, Oct 15 (Reuters) – Burberry CEO Angela
Ahrendts rebuilt the British luxury brand after excessive
exposure of its trademark checkered pattern alienated wealthy
clientele. Her approach was to embrace digital innovation, build
a strong online business, and tap Chinese and Latin American
markets.

Now Apple Inc is hoping she can do the same at the
world’s most valuable technology company.

Oct 15, 2013

Tim Cook brings in Burberry boss to restore Apple’s shine

LONDON (Reuters) – Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts rebuilt the brand after over-exposure of its trademark pattern alienated wealthy clientele. Her approach: to embrace digital innovation, build a strong online business and tap Chinese and Latin American markets.

Now Apple Inc is hoping she can do the same at the world’s most valuable technology company.

Oct 8, 2013

MI5 chief warns Snowden data is a ‘gift’ for terrorists

LONDON (Reuters) – Revelations by Edward Snowden about British eavesdropping are a gift to terrorists because they weaken the ability of the security services to stop those plotting deadly attacks against the West, the head of the MI5 Security Service said on Tuesday.

In an unusually frank public intervention in the debate over the powers of U.S. and British spy agencies, MI5 Director General Andrew Parker warned that his agents needed to read and listen to suspect communications to foil major attacks.

Oct 8, 2013

British spy chief warns Snowden data is a ‘gift’ for terrorists

LONDON (Reuters) – Revelations by Edward Snowden about British eavesdropping are a gift to terrorists because they weaken the ability of the security services to stop those plotting deadly attacks against the West, the head of the MI5 Security Service said on Tuesday.

In an unusually frank public intervention in the debate over the powers of U.S. and British spy agencies, MI5 Director General Andrew Parker warned that his agents needed to read and listen to suspect communications to foil major attacks.

Oct 2, 2013

UK’s Cameron puts economy center-stage in re-election bid

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – British Prime Minister David Cameron cast a national election in 2015 as a choice between his “pro-business” ruling Conservative party and what he called the anti-business opposition Labour party.

In a speech to his party’s annual conference in the northern English city of Manchester on Wednesday that was heavy on party political rhetoric, Cameron placed Britain’s economic recovery at the heart of his bid for re-election.

Oct 2, 2013

Cameron casts election as battle over free markets

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday will cast a national election in 2015 as a choice between his “pro-business” ruling Conservative party and what he calls its anti-business socialist rivals.

In a speech to his party’s annual conference in the northern English city of Manchester, Cameron will place Britain’s economic recovery at the heart of his bid for re-election.

Oct 2, 2013

Britain’s Cameron casts election as battle over free markets

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – British Prime Minister David Cameron on Wednesday will cast a national election in 2015 as a choice between his “pro-business” ruling Conservative party and what he calls its anti-business socialist rivals.

In a speech to his party’s annual conference in the northern English city of Manchester, Cameron will place Britain’s economic recovery at the heart of his bid for re-election.

Oct 1, 2013

Osborne seeks political capital from recovery before 2015 election

MANCHESTER (Reuters) – Chancellor George Osborne on Monday placed the government’s economic record at the heart of his Conservative party’s campaign for re-election in 2015, offering the promise of welfare reform, tax cuts and a new wave of home ownership.

Contrasting his party’s success in delivering a recovery with what he called the Labour party’s “catastrophic failure of economic policy” when in power, Osborne used the Conservatives’ penultimate conference before the election to urge voters to let his party complete its economic plans.

Sep 30, 2013

UK’s Osborne seeks political capital from recovery before 2015 vote

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – British finance minister George Osborne on Monday placed the government’s economic record at the heart of his Conservative party’s campaign for re-election in 2015, offering the promise of welfare reform, tax cuts and a new wave of home ownership.

Contrasting his party’s success in delivering a recovery with what he called the opposition Labour party’s “catastrophic failure of economic policy” when in power, Osborne used the Conservatives’ penultimate conference before the election to urge voters to let his party complete its economic plans.

Sep 30, 2013

UK Cameron’s party pledges budget surplus if it wins election

MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) – Finance minister George Osborne promised he would continue to cut spending to wipe out Britain’s budget deficit if the Conservatives won the 2015 election, but signaled there could be more money for infrastructure investment.

At an annual conference where the Conservatives are setting out policy ideas before the election, Osborne said he would return Britain to a budget surplus during the next parliament, as long as the country’s economy continued to mend.