The IMF is looking for a fireman, Mr. Brown's annus horribulus, and China says the US is behaving unreasonably, some of the items of note for Friday.
Globe and Mail-- Fed must reveal bailout records
Globe and Mail-- Europe's bruised economies seek way forward
Globe and Mail-- Royal Dutch Shell defends Alberta oil sands investments
National Post-- EU calls for swift agreement on Greek aid
National Post-- German tax evasion probe shakes another Swiss banker
National Post-- Joint venture fixes Rio Tinto-China relationship
Vancouver Sun-- Carl Icahn offers to buy Lions Gate as MGM bid looms
Vancouver Sun-- Victoria business leader makes $10-million gift to UVic business faculty
New York Times-- I.M.F. Chief Calls for ‘Fire Brigade’ to Aid European Banks
New York Times-- Dodd Seeks U.S. Inquiry Into Lehman’s Accounting
New York Times-- Why We Reform
USA Today-- Lehman accounting tricks possibly illegal
USA Today-- FDIC chief: Financial reform bill must completely end 'too big to fail'
Guardian UK online-- BA strike to go ahead after talks collapse
Guardian UK online-- Budget 2010: You the chancellor
Guardian UK online-- Lehman Brothers' golden girl, Erin Callan: through the glass ceiling – and off the glass cliff
Times online UK-- Strikes will plague the run-up to the general election
Times online UK-- We may raise taxes, says Lord Mandelson
Telegraph UK online-- Air and rail strikes threaten travel plans and Labour hopes
Telegraph UK online-- Alistair Darling may have some surprises up his sleeve
Melbourne Herald-- Employers want pay rise delayed until 2011
Melbourne Herald-- Energy Resources of Australia tips stronger uranium prices
Sydney Daily Telegraph-- FOOD giant Heinz has been canned for falsely claiming its Golden Circle subsidiary is Australian-owned.
People's Daily-- U.S. currency demands unreasonable
People's Daily-- Rio Tinto case should not be politicized, Beijing says
China Daily-- China calls on Washington to cool yuan pressure
China Daily-- Job fairs gear up for influx of grads
Times of India-- World Bank to give soft loan of $1.05bn for education
Times of India-- 'More state roads to be highways'