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Date: 2013-03-12
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Why it is worth investing in Britain now
US-COLUMN-WASIK-ENGLAND:Why it is worth investing in Britain now
By John Wasik

CHICAGO (Reuters) - Despite all the evidence to the contrary, I am bullish on John Bull. Although Britain's economy is struggling, it may be poised for a decent long-term rebound, but not for the usual reasons.

The struggles are evidenced by recent n...


EA says SimCity server issues improve, not yet 'all-clear'
US-ELECTRONICARTS-SIMCITY:EA says SimCity server issues improve, not yet 'all-clear'
By Malathi Nayak

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Server problems that botched the launch of Electronic Arts Inc's new SimCity title last week and incensed gamers who could not access the game for days have improved but not yet been fully resolved, the company said.

Ab...


Australia central bank says no information lost in cyber attacks
US-AUSTRALIA-CENTRALBANK-HACKING:Australia central bank says no information lost in cyber attacks
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's central bank confirmed on Monday it had been targeted by cyber attacks and that no data had been lost or systems compromised, but would not comment on a media report that a malware virus used in one attack was Chinese in origin.

The Reserve Bank of Austra...


Insight: On Facebook, app makers face a treacherous path
US-FACEBOOK-DEVELOPERS-INSIGHT:Insight: On Facebook, app makers face a treacherous path
By Gerry Shih

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Last spring, the future for Viddy, a video-sharing Facebook app, seemed as sunny as southern California's skies.

Based a block away from Venice Beach, the 30-person startup impressed prospective investors with skyrocketing u...


When tip jars go high-tech, do U.S. workers benefit?
US-RETAIL-SERVICE-DIPJAR:When tip jars go high-tech, do U.S. workers benefit?
By Kathleen Kingsbury

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Latte buyers in select New York City venues may have noticed an addition to coffee shop counters lately: DipJar, a tip jar that takes plastic.

With a quick dip of their credit cards into the sleek machine, grateful customers ...


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