News An image released by the Freeland Police Department of Anthony Lescowitch, in Freeland, Pennsylvania. He was arrested by police shortly after he shared a wanted photo posted by the Freeland Police Department of himself on his Facebook page

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American Times Washington, DC: Comings and goings on a mystery tour

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GEC deal faces $1bn US law suit

GEC's pounds 2.8bn takeover of the US telecoms equipment supplier, Fore Systems, ran into trouble last night after a group of shareholders in the American company launched a $1bn class action.

Flat Earth: No hiding place

It is logical to assume that if you are going to commit a robbery you should don some sort of disguise to conceal your identity. But a robber in Allentown, Pennsylvania, thought he'd be less obtrusive sans clothes.

ICI surprises with pounds 425m sale of vehicle coatings arm

ICI, the former stock market bellwether, took another step towards reducing its multi-billion pound debts yesterday when it announced the pounds 425m sale of its vehicle coatings business to PPG, the US paints giant.
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