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Feb 20 2019

United Kingdom security chiefs: Huawei risk in 5G can be contained

Canadian officials will be "cheering from the sidelines" over fresh signals that Britain believes it can manage any security risks posed by Huawei Technologies' involve...

Feb 19 2019

Venezuela denies European Union lawmakers entry given 'conspiratorial motives'

Last month, the USA and more than 30 other countries recognized Venezuela's National Assembly leader Juan Guaido as the interim president of the country. Garrett Marqui...

Feb 15 2019

Tesla's "Dog Mode" Keeps Pets Cool When Unattended In Cars

Setting "Keep Climate On" to "DOG", with the option to adjust temperature limits, allows users to " then leave knowing your pet will stay comfortable ", Tesla said. Tes...

Feb 15 2019

Amazon cancels plans for $2.5bn NY headquarters

For now, Amazon said they aren't reopening the HQ2 bidding process. Stewart-Cousins nominated Gianaris to serve on the state Public Authorities Control Board, whi...

Feb 13 2019

Ethics commissioner to probe Prime Minister's Office over SNC-Lavalin scandal

Wilson-Raybould quit on Tuesdau amid news reports that she was pressured to go easy on a major firm past year. When Wilson-Raybould refused to ask federal prosecutors...

Feb 11 2019

Amazon May Be Reconsidering Long Island City Headquarters

Reports claim that company officials are determining whether or not to "reassess" the current plans to operate out of NYC; given that the company has yet to purchase or ...

Feb 09 2019

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos Accuses 'National Enquirer' Of Extortion Over Personal Photos

The inquiry has been led by Gavin de Becker , who is the billionaire's long-term head of security. The National Enquirer's parent company, American Media , Inc., resp...

Feb 08 2019

India's central bank rate cut is likely to please Modi

RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das cut the interest rate by 0.25 percent to 6.25 percent, a move that will lead to reduction of lending rate by banks leading to lower EMI for h...

Feb 08 2019

USA oil prices dip on rising crude inventories, record output

Guaido's team is planning for a post-Maduro government with an emergency scheme to supply fuel domestically, given widespread shortages across Venezuela, Goicoechea said....

Feb 07 2019

Italy blocks EU's bid to get tough on Venezuela

Desperate Venezuelans asked on Wednesday how they would gain access to US food and medicine aid due to arrive via the Colombia border after President Nicolas Maduro's g...

Feb 06 2019

Trump Sends Out Another Tweet on Border Wall

That's not to make light of the bullying Joshua has experienced, but it does emphasize where the Trumps' real concerns lie: squarely with themselves. Now, in his annual a...

Feb 03 2019

EU's Jean-Claude Juncker rebuffs UK's plan to change Brexit deal

An amendment, which was aimed at enabling the House of Commons to vote on blocking a no-deal Brexit, was rejected . " The backstop is part of the withdrawal agreement ...

Feb 01 2019

Foxconn might scale back or drop planned factory in Wisconsin

Foxconn may be reconsidering its plans for a massive Wisconsin factory. Foxconn CEO Terry Gou, centre, and special assistant Louis Woo, right, celebrate a signing agree...

Feb 01 2019

Political war breaks out over ‘leaked’ job data

Two non-official members of the National Statistical Commission (NSC), including the acting chairman of the apex statistical body P.C. Mohanan, resigned on Tuesday, c...

Feb 01 2019

AOC Slams Facebook, Google, Microsoft 'Implicit' Climate Change Denial

At least one House Democrat is privately urging members of the NY delegation to recruit a primary challenger. The call to fight climate change through a massive job...

Feb 01 2019

World stocks surge on Fed pledge to pause, dollar slips

By removing references to further rate hikes, the central bank indicated that it's not going to move prematurely on raising interest rates. The Dow Jones Industrial A...

Jan 31 2019

Venezuela: President Maduro ready for talks with opposition, says Russian agency

The Trump administration continued to apply pressure on Maduro's government, imposing sanctions on Venezuela's state-owned oil and natural gas company that have effective...

Jan 31 2019

Apple sees sales largely below expectations as weak iPhone demand continues

Cook attributed the downward slide in iPhone sales to customers not upgrading to new devices every year. Speaking after publishing the company's latest financial res...

Jan 31 2019

Venezuela: Moscow offers to broker talks between Maduro and Guaidó

Juan Guaido, Venezuelan opposition leader and parliament speaker, whose appointment to that position had been cancelled by the country's Supreme Court, declared himself...

Jan 30 2019

Kremlin slams United States sanctions against PDVSA as meddling in Venezuela's affairs

Venezuela has been embroiled in political power tug-of-war since opposition leader Juan Guaido declared himself interim president last week as part of a campaign to r...