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LON­DON: A fund run by a group 50 per­cent owned by Com­mon­wealth Bank of Aus­tralia has ac­quired the mu­sic pub­lish­ing cat­a­logue of US singer/song­writer Sh­eryl Crow. The deal, by Ire­land-based First State Me­dia Group Ltd. (FSMG), is the lat­est foray by fi­nan­cial and me­dia firms into mu­sic pub­lish­ing rights.

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LOS AN­GE­LES: Jon Cryer first achieved fame in 1984 when he starred op­po­site Demi Moore in No Small Af­fair. He has since built him­self a suc­cess­ful ca­reer in Hol­ly­wood, earn­ing four con­sec­u­tive Emmy nom­i­na­tions for his role as Alan Harper in CBS’s com­edy se­ries Two and a Half Men. NEW YORK: Don He­witt, cre­ator of CBS News’s ground­break­ing 60 Min­utes pro­gramme and one of the most in­flu­en­tial be­hind-thescenes fig­ures in US tele­vi­sion jour­nal­ism, died of pan­cre­atic can­cer on Wed­nes­day, CBS News said. He was 86.

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