Sen. Schumer calls for increased public WiFi security

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Sen. Charles Schumer on Sunday called on major U.S. web site operators such as Amazon and Twitter to switch to a more secure protocol to prevent identify theft and other security breaches in places like coffee shops.

Gaddafi defiant as Libyan rebels hold western town

ZAWIYAH, Libya (Reuters) – Armed rebels opposed to Muammar Gaddafi were in control of Zawiyah, close to the capital Tripoli, on Sunday as the Libyan leader again vowed to cling on to his 41-year-old rule.


Rising oil prices could stall states’ recoveries

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Rising oil prices could trample prospects for economic recovery in many states, three governors warned on Sunday, as a leading economist said they also threaten the country’s economic comeback.


Libya exodus sparks border crisis

Libya’s western border with Tunisia is being overrun with migrants, many of them from Egypt, fleeing the turmoil in Libya, aid workers say.

Tunisian PM resigns over protests

Tunisian Prime Minister Mohammed Ghannouchi announces he is resigning, a key demand of demonstrators following last month’s uprising.

Li Ka-shing close to buying E.ON’s UK network: report

LONDON (Reuters) – Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing is close to clinching a 3.7 billion pound ($5.97 billion) bid for E.ON’s UK power networks, the Sunday Times reported.

Li Ka-shing close to buying E.ON’s UK network-paper

LONDON, Feb 27 (Reuters) – Hong Kong billionaire Li Ka-shing
is close to clinching a 3.7 billion pound ($5.97 billion) bid
for E.ON’s UK power networks, the Sunday Times
reported.