Interserve finance chief resigns weeks after rescue deal

Britain's troubled outsourcer Interserve Group Ltd said on Wednesday its finance chief Mark Whiteling had resigned after being in the post since Oct. 2017.
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Gwyneth Paltrow shares her favorite beauty tips and the story behind the vagina-scented candle
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Opinion: Bloomberg, Klobuchar and Biden each had cringe-worthy debate moments
Half of the candidates at Wednesday night's Democratic debate in Las Vegas are probably hoping that voters have little memory of the evening's performances.
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Slugfest in Vegas is the most watched Democratic primary debate ever
The fiery candidate showdown draws nearly 20 million viewers on NBC and MSNBC.
After Nevada Debate, Prediction Site That Values Candidates as Stocks Shows Bernie Sanders Winning Democratic Nomination by a Landslide
PredictIt, a prediction site that values candidates as stocks, has Sanders with a sizable lead over all other candidates to win the nomination.
Stream and save with this deal on Apple TV 4K
Start prepping for your next TV binge: The rarely-on-sale Apple TV 4K is down to the lowest price we've seen in months at B&H Photo and Video.
Trump and Bloomberg exchange Twitter taunts
Michael Bloomberg taunted President Trump on Twitter Thursday minutes after his longtime pal Roger Stone was sentenced to 40 months behind bars in federal prison. “Shouldn’t you be pardoning Roger Stone, you #carnivalbarkingclown?” Bloomberg wrote in response to an earlier tweet from the president. Bloomberg’s nasty tweet came after Trump put up a post on...
No conspiracy this time: Dan Brown writing children’s book
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How to get tickets to ‘West Side Story’ — Broadway’s hottest musical
A brand new take on “West Side Story” opens Thursday at the Broadway Theatre. Even before the critics have had their say about it online late tonight and in print Friday morning, it’s already the most buzzed-about show of the Broadway season. The 1957 musical is one of the best-loved productions of all time: a...
Who is Robert Durst?
Nearly five years after his arrest, 76-year-old billionaire real estate heir Robert Durst will stand trial for the murder of his college best friend Susan Berman – who was found shot execution-style in the back of the head in her Los Angeles home two decades ago.
Nicholas Feliciano’s family sues city, saying Rikers guards stood by during suicide attempt
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Danish brand-of-the-moment Ganni doubles down on Southern California presence
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Where do tornadoes hit the most in the US?
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Apple needs a 5G iPhone now more than ever
Whatever high Apple executives were on in January after the company posted record earnings and strong iPhone sales during the holiday quarter has likely faded. The tech giant is having a rough month.
Lawyers for Julian Assange seeking French asylum
A defense team for Julian Assange said Thursday they will seek asylum in France for the WikiLeaks founder, who is facing extradition to the United States and 175 years in prison for espionage charges.
Katie Hill Says She Has No Regrets About Resigning From Congress, Credits Family and Young Women for Emotional Support
"We knew from the people who had the photos ... that there were hundreds more images and text messages that were out there that I had no idea what they could be, or how they could be taken out of context," Hill said.
Majestic leopard seen ‘posing’ for camera on city streets, pictures reveal
A majestic leopard was captured by a photographer as it seemed to pose for the camera on a city street in India.
Shisha bar attack is the latest sign that Germany has a big far-right problem
A deadly terrorist attack in Germany late on Wednesday has made crystal clear what many have known already: Germany has a growing far-right problem.
Contractors dig up suspected human skull in NJ’s man front yard
Teaneck Police said they were called to the Van Arsdale Place home just before 3 p.m. on Wednesday when the contractors believed they stumbled upon human remains.
How Bernie Sanders could actually be helping the stock market
Few could have predicted this scenario: The American stock market is brushing up against record highs at the same time that Bernie Sanders is the frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination.
Preview: Racial Profiling 2.0
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After The Diamond Princess Cruise, Coming Home To A Life In Isolation
Carl Goldman tested positive for the new coronavirus after leaving the ship and arriving in the U.S. He is recovering in an isolation unit of the University of Nebraska Medical Center.
Review: In 'Premature,' a young New Yorker explores love, language and herself
Zora Howard co-wrote and stars in 'Premature," Rashaad Ernesto Green's absorbing romantic drama.
Mike Bloomberg Says Bernie Sanders 'Appeals to a Small Base' and 'Cannot Win in November'
Following his maligned debate performance, Bloomberg attacked Sanders and Trump at a campaign event in Salt Lake City.
Details of Roger Stone sentence
Former Trump operative Roger Stone was sentenced to more than three years in federal prison on Thursday.
New York Times slammed for Taliban leader op-ed: ‘Feels like a leaflet flyover’
The New York Times was criticized by one of its own reporters after publishing an opinion piece by the deputy leader of the Taliban who is wanted by the U.S. government.
Luis Severino with ‘concerning’ arm pain in potential Yankees nightmare
Another spring training, another Luis Severino injury worry. The Yankees right-hander and No. 2 starter is dealing with forearm soreness caused by a “loose body” in his elbow and will be shut down for at least a few days, manager Aaron Boone said on Thursday. Boone said Severino was feeling discomfort when throwing his changeup....
Kanye West gets heat for not helping Kim Kardashian with shopping bags
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Astronomers discover 1,800-degree planet with 18-hour years
A scorching planet where temperatures regularly hit 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit (1,000 degrees Celsius) has been discovered by scientists. The fiery hell-world is around 1,000 light-years from Earth and will likely soon be obliterated when it spirals into its star. Dubbed NGTS-10b, it orbits so close to its star that a year there only lasts 18...
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The 2018 release of the Netflix teen rom-com “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” changed the lives of its stars, Lana Condor and Noah Centineo, by putting them on Hollywood’s radar
Fox News' Martha MacCallum reveals family connection to Iwo Jima on 75th anniversary of battle
Seventy-five years ago this week, 70,000 U.S. Marines invaded a tiny, volcanic island more than 600 miles south of Japan. The ensuing battle became one of the bloodiest of World War II.
Scarlett Johansson and Colin Jost are Disney fanatics
Colin Jost's younger brother Casey revealed that Colin and fiancée Scarlett Johansson are huge fans of Disney theme parks.
New York Attorney General Accuses N.Y.C. of Fraud Over Taxi Crisis
The state’s attorney general is seeking $810 million from the city to compensate financially struggling taxi medallion owners.
Violent right-wing attacks are on the rise in Germany. Experts say the culprit is obvious
Trump leads in Wisconsin, trails Dem rivals in other swing states: poll
President Trump is beating all Democratic presidential hopefuls in head-to-head matchups in the critical state of Wisconsin, but he lags or is locked in a tight fight with the Democratic fields in Pennsylvania and Michigan, according to a new poll released Thursday.
Christ Stirewalt: Dem debate was like ‘reality television’ that failed to stop Sanders
Fox News’ Politics Editor Chris Stirewalt said on Thursday that last night’s Democratic debate in Las Vegas, Nevada was similar to a reality television show that failed to take down frontrunner Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vt.
Bloom and doom
How do you like them apples, mister mayor?
Pittsburgh football and men's basketball guilty of NCAA violations involving practice coaches
Pittsburgh's men's basketball and football programs were punished by the NCAA for rules violations related to excessive coaches in practice.
'The Woman Who Loves Giraffes' documents a surprising tale of groundbreaking research
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Three meowing kittens found frozen to ice
The sounds of their little meows for help make this icy snow rescue all the more urgent.
Injured bald eagle rescued and taken in for care in Loudoun County
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NLRB: Google Workplace Rules on Speech Are 'Unlawfully Broad'
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Office of the General Counsel has concluded that the actions Google employee Kevin Cernekee,  who complained on an internal social networking platform about the company's diversity policies, were protected in the National Labor Relations Act. According to the federal agency, Google's policies were "unlawfully broad."
There is a lot happening in the 'Westworld' Season 3 trailer
Commence malfunctioning: the "Westworld" Season 3 trailer is here.
Buttigieg, Sanders campaigns request partial recount in Iowa
The Iowa Democratic Party said it will examine requests from Sanders and Buttigieg for a recount of a total of 63 precincts.
Ex-Sanders consultant arrested after allegedly planting weapons in jail for 'evil' escape plot
A former consultant for Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign was arrested after he allegedly planted loaded weapons and ammunition inside a Tennessee corrections facility as part of a suspected prison break plot.
Would Bloomberg protect and defend freedom of the press, or would he be another Trump?
Bloomberg reporters are pushing the envelope on breaking news stories they're permitted to write. Their debate headline said their boss was hammered.
Disillusionment among women, youth seen dampening Iran election turnout
Middle-aged men have been plastered on campaign posters and online adverts this week ahead of Iran's parliamentary election, even though women and young people make up the majority of voters.
Kelly Ripa reveals why she gave up alcohol and it has nothing do with Ryan Seacrest
The 49-year-old Emmy winner and the "American Idol" host became show partners in 2017.
Whoa, nelly! Horses pulled from frozen lake
Half a dozen horses fell into a frozen pond in Ulu-Telyak, Russia, as temperatures dropped to a perilous 14°F in the area. Watch as local farmers spring into action, using ropes and a tractor to pull the animals out of freezing waters in this dramatic rescue video.   Subscribe to our YouTube!