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business Simon Weston: 'The MoD offered me 30,000 at 21 to give up a lifelong pension'

Fame & Fortune: The Falklands hero on youthful parking scams and how finding himself on the scrap-heap aged just 25 inspired him to campaign for others

49 minutes ago // The Telegraph

business Older British Airways staff face pension drop of up to 15pc

Those looking to transfer their final salary pensions into cash face drastic cuts from April

50 minutes ago // The Guardian

business Breaking up is hard to do but what if its the dating website who wont let go?

Members of Match.com have inundated us with tales of cancelled subscriptions that are auto-renewing, leaving them out of pocket. Anna Tims reports on trouble in paradiseSindy Riley is sure she cancelled her subscription to Match.com last September, and expected an amicable split with the dating website. But the online agency refused to accept the relationship was over .Id already had to fork out £77.94 for a further six months membership back in June 2015, which was my

50 minutes ago // The Guardian

business Being Good doesnt pay with Warm Home Discount scheme

I was told I could claim 140 but because I chose a green energy provider, I cantIn October last year I received a letter from the government telling me not to miss out on £140 help with my energy costs through the Warm Home Discount scheme. I qualified as I receive the guarantee credit element of pension credit. However, I have since learned that this only applied to customers of the bigger electricity suppliers.I am with Good Energy, which I

50 minutes ago // The Guardian

business Breaking up is hard to do but what if its the dating website who wont let go?

Members of Match.com have inundated us with tales of cancelled subscriptions that are auto-renewing, leaving them out of pocket. Anna Tims reports on trouble in paradiseSindy Riley is sure she cancelled her subscription to Match.com last September, and expected an amicable split with the dating website. But the online agency refused to accept the relationship was over .Id already had to fork out £77.94 for a further six months membership back in June 2015, which was my

1 hour ago // The Telegraph

business 'Lloyds made me bank online'

A customer of the bank, seeking paper copies of his statements, is mistakenly registered for internet banking

1 hour ago // Reuters

business Global slowdown fears overshadow Singapore aviation show

SINGAPORE Reuters - Aerospace leaders gathering for this week's Singapore Airshow face conflicting pressures as they juggle growing concerns over jetliner demand while keeping record production plans on track.

1 hour ago // The Telegraph

business How to turn your bedroom into a super-suite sanctuary

The trend for 'super-suites' - turning a bedroom into your very own palace - is taking inspiration from hotels

1 hour ago // Reuters

business UPDATE 1-AIRSHOW-Philippine Air nears deal to acquire Airbus A350s -sources

MANILA/SINGAPORE, Feb 14 Reuters - Philippine Airlines Inc PAL is close to announcing a deal to secure about half a dozen wide-body Airbus jets to serve U.S. and Europe long-haul flights, several people familiar with the matter said.

2 hours ago // USA Today

business Looking to splurge? How's this $100K Valentine's Day package?

Some people go over the top for Valentines Day. But do you know anyone who would go $100,000 worth of crazy for the holiday?

2 hours ago // Reuters

business AIRSHOW-Philippine Air nears deal to acquire Airbus A350s -sources

MANILA/SINGAPORE, Feb 14 Reuters - Philippine Airlines Inc PAL is close to announcing a deal to secure about half a dozen wide-body Airbus jets to serve U.S. and Europe long-haul flights, several people familiar with the matter said.

2 hours ago // Reuters

business AIRSHOW-Global slowdown fears overshadow Singapore aviation show

SINGAPORE, Feb 14 Reuters - Aerospace leaders gathering for this week's Singapore Airshow face conflicting pressures as they juggle growing concerns over jetliner demand while keeping record production plans on track.

2 hours ago // Wall Street Journal

business GOP Hopefuls Take Gloves Off at South Carolina Debate

In a South Carolina GOP debate rife with personal attacks, Donald Trump made his biggest gamble yet in his campaign: trying to win the Republican nomination by attacking the last GOP president.

2 hours ago // Wall Street Journal

business Supreme Court Justice Scalia Dies at 79

Justice Antonin Scalia, who invigorated conservative jurisprudence and revived a focus on the Constitutions original meaning, was found dead Saturday morning in Texas.

2 hours ago // Wall Street Journal

business Kaesong Wages Used to Fund North Korean Weapons

South Korea said hundreds of millions of dollars paid to North Korea as wages for workers at a recently closed industrial complex were used to develop weapons and pay for luxury goods for the Pyongyang leadership.

3 hours ago // Wall Street Journal

business Lake Tahoe Ski Resorts Bouncing Back After Years of Drought

Lake Tahoeis again a winter wonderland, creating a positive ripple effect throughout the picturesque California region that has suffered economically due to the dry weather.

4 hours ago // Wall Street Journal

business In China, Factories Hunt for Growth Markets

In Chinas industrial south, manufacturers are turning out 3-D printers, drones and hoverboards to help pull the country through a painful economic transition from infrastructure investment to a consumer-led model.

4 hours ago // The Washington Post

business Wonkblog: What happens when a Supreme Court justice dies in an election year? Nobody really knows.

Conservative lawmakers are unlikely to allow President Obama to replace Justice Antonin Scalia, who died Saturday.During theRepublican debate Saturday evening, Sen. Ted Cruz R-Tex. said, "We have 80 years of precedent of not confirming Supreme Court justices in an election year."

5 hours ago // The Province

business Hong Kong hosts Valentine's Day with 25,000 LED roses

HONG KONG - It's like a romantic scene out of one of South Korea's sappy soap dramas — tens of thousands of illuminated roses forming an impressive backdrop for the lead actor and actress to declare their love for each other.

5 hours ago // Wall Street Journal

business Russian Premier Warns of a 'New Cold War'

Russias prime minister said the world was fighting a new Cold War, warning of grave consequences for the West if it didnt cooperate with Russia in Syria and elsewhere.

5 hours ago // The Washington Post

business On Leadership: The long, amazing history of quitting jobs in epic fashion

After years of staying put in jobs that may have beenuninspiring, unrewarding or even flat-outsoul-crushing, more Americans are choosing to saysayonara to their current place of work. The Labor Department reported last week that3.1 million people voluntarily quit their jobs in December, the highest in nine years.

5 hours ago // The Washington Post

business No one knows how to use Twitters new timeline

If you don't live in or around London, the Transport for London TfL blog is probably not one of your go-to online destinations. But TfL, which manages most of the transit systems in the greater London area, found itself thrown into the debate over Twitter's recent timeline changes.

5 hours ago // VOA

business N. Korea Government Reportedly Took 70% of Money Paid for Kaesong Workers

South Korea said on Sunday that 70 percent of the U.S. dollars paid as wages and other fees for the now-suspended Kaesong industrial project run jointly with the North had been diverted for use in Pyongyang's weapons program and luxury goods for its leader. It is the first formal acknowledgement by the South that the 54,000 North Korean workers at the Kaesong complex saw little of the $160 they were paid on average a month. South Korea on Wednesday suspended the project as punishment for the N

6 hours ago // The Washington Post

business Wonkblog: Why its time to get serious about Supreme Court term limits

With Justice Antonin Scalia's death this weekend, and its nearly instantaneous politicization, it's worth asking why we don't subject our high courtjustices to limited terms or mandatory retirement ages -- like nearly every other country in the world.

6 hours ago // The Washington Post

business Wonkblog: Could President Obama one day join the Supreme Court?

Until the news of Justice Antonin Scalia's death on Saturday, most people thought the next debate over a Supreme Courtnomination process wouldn't come until 2017 or later. If aDemocrat was elected president, many speculatedone of the justices nominated by a Democratic president would retire. And some speculated that a former constitutional law professor, whowould have just stepped down from the presidency, might be interested.

6 hours ago // The Times of India

business India's moved to bright spot from policy paralysis: FM

Strongly rebutting former PM Manmohan Singh's criticism that the economy is not moving fast enough, finance minister Arun Jaitley said India has shed the policy paralysis of the UPA era and become a global bright spot.

6 hours ago // The Times of India

business Bank of Baroda faces Rs 3,342 crore loss in Q3

The cumulative losses the eight public sector banks that were in the red for the third quarter has crossed Rs 10,000 crore - the highest ever in absolute terms.

7 hours ago // The Washington Post

business Wonkblog: The most significant Supreme Court case that could be immediately affected by Scalias death

Justice Antonin Scalia died at a very high-stakes time inthe Supreme Court's docket.The court had already heard a caseconcerning the constitutionality of affirmative action in higher education, and was scheduled to hear others on abortion restrictions, President Obama's executive orders on immigration, and religious objections to contraception coverage.

7 hours ago // The Washington Post

business Wonkblog: Who will be Obamas nominee to replace Scalia on the Supreme Court?

Nobody but President Obama and perhaps his closest advisers know who he will nominate to replace Justice Antonin Scalia after his unexpected death Saturday. And it seems likely that Republicans will do all they can to prevent a nomination process before 2017. But Jeffrey Toobin, CNN legal analyst and New Yorker writer, speculated on Twitter it would be Sri Srinivasan, a former senior Justice Department official who Obama fought to confirmfor a seat on theU.S. Court of Appeals in the Distri

7 hours ago // Reuters

business UPDATE 1-Citgo, Aruba working to restart refinery under lease -sources

HOUSTON, Feb 13 Reuters - Venezuelan PDVSA's unit in the United States, Citgo Petroleum, is working to restart some processing units at the Aruba refinery under a 25-year lease contract with the government of the Caribbean island, sources at the facility and firms involved told Reuters on Saturday.

8 hours ago // Reuters

business Citgo, Aruba working to restart 235,000-bpd refinery under lease -sources

HOUSTON, Feb 13 Reuters - Venezuelan PDVSA's unit in the United States, Citgo Petroleum, is working to restart some processing units at the Aruba refinery under a 25-year lease contract with the government of the Caribbean island, sources at the facility and firms involved told Reuters on Saturday.

8 hours ago // The Washington Post

business Wonkblog: The sarcastic lines that made Justice Scalia the king of Supreme Court sarcasm

In hisobituary of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, Washington Post Supreme Court correspondentRobert Barnes quotes Erwin Chemerinsky, now dean of the University of California, as writing that No justice in Supreme Court history has consistently written with the sarcasm of Justice Scalia. So while Antonin Scalia, who was found deadSaturday, maybe primarily remembered as one of the giants of conservative legal thought, he will also be known as someone who made sarcasm a linchpin

8 hours ago // Reuters

business UPDATE 1-U.S. recovers Hellfire air-to-ground missile from Cuba

WASHINGTON/HAVANA, Feb 13 Reuters - The United States has recovered an inert Hellfire air-to-ground missile that had mistakenly ended up in Cuba, U.S. and Cuban officials said on Saturday.

8 hours ago // Wall Street Journal

business Russian Premier Calls Entanglements a 'New Cold War'

Russias prime minister said the world was fighting a new Cold War, warning of grave consequences for the West if it didnt cooperate with Russia in Syria and elsewhere.

8 hours ago // The Telegraph

business National Lottery results: did you get the winning numbers in tonight's Lotto draw and how much is the jackpot?

There was no outright winner on Wednesday so the jackpot this Saturday will be 32.8m

8 hours ago // Boston Herald

business Nitrogen-filled tires are no hoax, but offer stable pressure

As a follow-up to my column regarding nitrogen use in tires, this from John MacBain, Ph.D: