November 03, 2010
News Briefs: November 3, 2010
SAN DIEGO: "Pitcher] Jon Garland declined his $6.75 mutual option with the Padres for 2011 and will test the free agent waters."
KAMPALA: "The [Uganda] ministry of Trade has finally suspended the pre-inspection of [imported] goods and used motor vehicle schemes that were instituted earlier this year."
SAN FRANCISCO: "SAP would pay Oracle $120 million for "past and future reasonable attorneys fees and costs" under the terms of a joint stipulation filed Monday in connection with the companies' ongoing intellectual-property lawsuit."
BRUSSELS: "Hoteliers in Portugal, Spain, Greece and other popular holiday destinations are furious over Thomas Cook taking 5% from payments for hotel bookings."
GODFREY (Ill.): "A Missouri corporation claims it owes a union nearly $300,000 in dues after it provided laborers for a construction project that it believed to be non-union."
TORONTO: "Court of Appeal comes to the fork in the road—and takes it."
KANIFING (Gambia): "Abdel Karim Arrar, an Algerian national, has sued the Africa Muslim Agency at the Kanifing Magistrates' Court claiming D500,000 for unlawful dismissal."
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