Dyson will recruit engineers and scientists for UK

Dyson will recruit engineers and scientists for UK

Sir James Dyson, the billionaire businessman and pioneer of vacuum cleaner will double the number of engineers and scientists in its UK-based research and development department.

RBS seeks acceptance of shareholders on its remuneration report

Royal Bank of Scotland will accept the demands of shareholders to toughen the performance targets of executives.

US Airways steps down from merger with United benefited Continental

US Airways steps down from merger with United benefited Continental

US Airways has taken the decision to exit from the merger discussions with United Airlines.

Cathay Pacific and Virgin held in price fixation by OFT

Cathay Pacific and Virgin held in price fixation by OFT

Objections have been imposed against Cathay Pacific Airways and Virgin Atlantic by the U.K.

Ryanair ready to compensate passengers

Ryanair ready to compensate passengers

Ryanair Holdings PLC is ready for the reimbursement of cost that the passengers have to incurred because of six days close of airlines due to ash clouds but the its fight to review the rules relate

Greece appeals its European partners for aid

Greece appeals its European partners for aid

An aid package from the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund for Greece will be available by the beginning of May.

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