BA calls for financial assistance due to ash

British Airways chief Willie Walsh

British Airways chief Willie Walsh demands financial compensation from EU and national governments because of closure of airlines due to volcanic ash cloud.

$16.4 million fine to be paid by Toyota

$16.4 million fine to be paid by Toyota

Toyota Motor Corp has agreed to pay a $16.4 million fine to government for delaying for at least four months in making recall of the vehicles with sticky pedal defect.

Fine of £225m imposed by OFT for price fixation

Fine of £225m imposed by OFT for price fixation

12 companies were fined £225m by the Office of Fair Trading after the end of a two-year investigation, supposed to be involved in cigarette price fixing.

India’s largest gaming company acquires 50% stake in Codemasters

Rod Cousens, CEO of Codemasters

Reliance ADAG, owned by Anil Ambani, has taken 50% stake in Codemasters, the British computer games company.

Guidant LLC pleads guilty

Implantable cardioverter defibrillator

Boston Scientific Corp unit Guidant LLC pleaded guilty to criminal charges of short-circuiting failures in three models of its implantable heart defibrillators on Monday.

Regular pap smear screening is necessary to avoid cancer

Regular pap smear screening is necessary to avoid cancer

According to Dr See Hui Ti, Senior Consultant, Parkway Cancer Centre, Cervical cancer is induced by a strain of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) and regular tests are needed.

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