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May 5, 2013

The Telegraph Front Page Selected Articles May,5, 2013.


The Telegraph
Sunday, May 05, 2013
   
Frontpage

Finance

Multinational firms rush to relocate headquarters in low-tax Britain

Sport   More than 40 multinational companies have inquired about relocating their headquarters to the UK because of the cuts in corporation tax.

'Worst is over' claims Greece

HP board sued over Autonomy deal

Lord Grade rejects attack on Ocado pay plan

J Sainsbury's to reveal new sales record
 
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Janet Daley: Have the Tories learnt from Ukip?

Norman Tebbit : Tory leadership is paying for its arrogance

Jenny McCartney : A decade that hushed up horror
 
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Culture: The Voice UK, final blind auditions, BBC One, review

Technology: Graphene paint could power homes of the future

Fashion: 10 Best: Celebrity beauty secrets
 
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Forgotten aviation pioneer’s aircraft to take to the air once more

Baby giraffe born at Los Angeles Zoo

Solar plane begins journey across US
 
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Sport   F-35 Strike Fighter 'almost flies itself'

Budapest witnesses anti-semitic rally

This is a message to Iran and the US

Rolling Stones kick off latest tour in LA

The New York Times: ALERT FGC BOLSA - FGC FINANCIAL MARKETS May 5, 2013.

The New York Times


Alert Name: FGC BOLSA- FGC FIN
May 5, 2013 Compiled: 12:38 AM

How long can investment portfolios continue to swell if wages, employment and corporate revenue remain constrained?

The United States has gone from having the highest share of employed 25- to 34-year-olds among large, wealthy economies to having among the lowest.

There are probably better ways to improve people’s lives.

Who has the better ideas: Larry Summers, who helped design U.S. economic policy under two Democratic presidents, or Glenn Hubbard, George W. Bush’s tax-cutting guru?

An outbreak of avian flu in Asia raises questions about national preparedness for pandemics. A reward system for medical innovators would be a step in the right direction, an economist says.