What The Sunday Papers Said
Monday 10 September 2012
The Independent on Sunday: Anglo American fights sick miners' legal action
Anglo American is facing a High Court claim that could run into billions. Some 3,000 African gold miners say that the company's poor health and safety conditions have led to debilitating lung diseases.
The Sunday Times: Virgin Atlantic chief is to quit the business
Steve Ridgeway is ending his 11-year reign at the airline owned by Sir Richard Branson. Commercial officer Julie Southern is joint favourite to replace him, along with Rob Fyfe of Air New Zealand.
The Mail on Sunday: Store price wars close a petrol station every day
Supermarket petrol price wars are devastating Britain's small petrol station owners, with claims that one a day is going out of business, according to the Retail Motor Industry Federation.
The Sunday Telegraph: Xstrata CEO in line for £38m Glencore payout
Mick Davis, Xstrata chief executive, could receive a payoff of at least £8m and cash in company shares worth up to £30m if Glencore succeeds in its aggressive takeover bid for the miner launched on Friday. words, such [50 words] as 'procrastination', and short words, such as 'short'. There is no pretend Latin because.
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'He was always smiling': Lee Rigby named as Woolwich victim
Heathrow airport reopens runways after British Airways plane 'on fire over London' makes emergency landing
Two bailed after arrest over Woolwich attack Twitter comments
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