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GlaxoSmithKline to pay $3billion fine after pleading guilty to healthcare ...
The previous biggest fine paid by a healthcare company was in 2009 by American drugmaker Pfizer, the inventors of Viagra, which paid out $2.2 billion for illegally promoting four drugs for unapproved uses.
Wellingborough carnival cancelled due to rain
Wellingborough Council says that the carnival parade, due to start at 1pm on Saturday afternoon at Broad Green, as well as the afternoon activities at Croyland Park and the live music event on Sunday, also at Croyland Park, have all been cancelled.
Man jailed for murder after stabbing man to death
A man, found guilty of murder after stabbing a man to death inthe Forest of Dean earlier this year, has been sentenced to 17 years in jail.
Find your sea legs: How to get a job on the water
When I finished the course, I went straight out again with the Jubilee Fishing Company, which offered me a job.” But he admits that, to start with, he was scared of what lay ahead, saying: “It's a big leap from school to being out at sea but I just got ...
Yorkshire Regiment parade at the Great Yorkshire Show
The Yorkshire Regiment (1st Battalion) will exercise its Freedom of Harrogate at 2012 Great Yorkshire Show. Having recently returned from Afghanistan, 185 soldiers will parade around the show's Main Ring wearing combat dress, with Colours flying and ...
Jury out in Rico Gordon murder trial
The jury in the trial of two men charged with a murder in Bristol is expected back in court to continue its deliberations. 21-year-old Rico Gordon died on Stapleton Road in Easton during a gun battle between two rival groups.
BBC broadcaster John Simpson said he used to be a tax avoider (until he ...
The BBC's world affairs editor, 67, revealed that he had placed his London townhouse in the trust of a Bahamas-based company overseen by his South African wife Dee Kruger. The plan was to avoid inheritance tax or stamp duty in the event of a future ...
Hit by Delays, Airbus Tries New Way of Building Planes
"I didn't want to sign up because it was quite a big investment and I already had a tool kit," says Phil Swash, chief executive for Europe at the aerospace unit of GKN PLC in Britain, a major A350 partner. "Didier and his team were relentless, and that ...
Man dies after driving wrong way on M4
The incident happened on the M4 near the Second Severn Crossing. Credit: Barry Batchelor/PA Archive/Press Association Images. An 83-year old man has died after driving his car the wrong way along the M4 near the Second Severn Crossing.
ThaiBev Makes Push for Growth in Singapore
The Fraser & Neave deal highlights ThaiBev's ambitions to expand both within Thailand and abroad, particularly through the company's nonalcoholic-beverage business as it attempts to diversify its revenue stream, which is still mainly from alcoholic drinks.