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  1. The corporate flags for the Gannett Co and its flagship newspaper, USA Today, outside headquarters

    New Media to buy USA Today-owner Gannett in US$1.4 billion deal

    New Media Investment Group said on Monday it will buy USA Today-owner Gannett Co , valuing the company at about US$1.4 billion.
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    Majority of Scottish voters reject independence: Poll

    According to new figures published by The Times daily newspaper, 57 per cent of Scottish voters reject independence.
  3. Britain's Daily Mail

    Wikipedia editors ban 'unreliable' Daily Mail as source

    English-language editors of the online encyclopaedia cited the newspaper's 'reputation for poor fact-checking, sensationalism, and flat-out ...
  4. Asia Default Image

    China's biggest illegal online casino turned over nearly US$60b: Report

    Players on the site, games998.net, exchanged real money into game coins to participate in dozens of gambling games from mahjong to poker, the ...
  5. File photo of Mediacorp TV

    More than 85% of Singapore viewers tune in to free-to-air TV: Nielsen survey

    Free-to-air television continues to be the top platform for local audiences to consume news and entertainment. Among Mediacorp’s TV offerings, ...
  6. FAT tribute Bhumibol

    Football: Thai clubs await fate as league cancelled to mourn king

    The Football Association of Thailand on Sunday said it will meet clubs to explain its decision to scrap the season with three matches to go ...
  7. NIP - China

    China to build deepest, largest high-speed rail station at Great Wall

    The station will be at Badaling, the most visited section of the Great Wall which lies about 80 km (50 miles) northwest of Beijing.