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Feb 08 2019

Jeff Bezos publishes National Enquirer extortion emails

On Feb. 5, The Post reported that Bezos and de Becker suspected that the source of the text and photo leaks may have been Sanchez's brother, Michael, a California p...

Feb 08 2019

Shaktikanta Das debuts as RBI guv with surprise rate cut

The six-member monetary policy committee voted 4:2 in favour of the rate cut , while the decision to change policy stance was unanimous. The MPC also chose to change...

Feb 08 2019

Oil slips on API report of USA inventory rise

A flotilla loaded with Venezuelan oil has formed in the Gulf of Mexico, some holding cargoes bought ahead of the latest US sanctions on Venezuela and others whose buyers ...

Feb 06 2019

Alphabet 2018 Earnings Report Shows Continued Growth In Wake Of Controversies

Alphabet's "other bets", which encompass non-Google companies such as self-driving auto startup Waymo and smart-home company Nest, lost $1.3 billion compared with just...

Feb 03 2019

Brexit could be delayed, warns Jeremy Hunt

Mr Hunt told BBC Radio 4's Today programme: "It is true that if we ended up approving the deal in the days before the 29 March, then we might need some extra time to pass...

Feb 01 2019

Unemployment Rate Highest In 45 Years, Reveals Stalled Report | Read

India's unemployment rate rose to a 45-year high during 2017-2018, the Business Standard newspaper on Thursday quoted a government survey as showing, in the latest s...

Feb 01 2019

US, China Launch High-Level Trade Talks Amid Deep Differences

Trade talks between the USA and China have been characterized by "good intent and spirit on both sides", President Donald Trump said on Thursday. The core of the US a...

Jan 30 2019

US Sanctions on PDVSA Look Like a De Facto Oil Embargo

Several EU countries have further said that Mr Maduro has eight days to call elections and end the standoff, or else they will back Mr Guaido. Guaidó, 35, is the Na...

Jan 29 2019

Justice Department files charges against tech giant Huawei

The Justice Department also charged that when Huawei became aware of the US investigation in 2017, the company's American affiliate tried to obstruct that work by tryin...

Jan 28 2019

Oil Climbs on Venezuelan Crisis Despite Surging U.S. Supply

Even if the US doesn't proceed with sanctions, Venezuela's production - now about 1.2 million barrels a day - may lose a further 300,000 to 500,000 barrels a day, RBC C...

Jan 28 2019

As U.S. agencies reopen, lawmakers disparage shutdown tactic

This was in no way a concession", Trump said in a tweet , hours after he announced a deal with the Democrats to temporarily open the government till February 15 withou...

Jan 27 2019

Venezuelan Oil Exports to US Still Primary Source of Cash

Record U.S. production would likely offset any short-term disruptions to Venezuelan supply due to possible U.S. sanctions, Britain's Barclays said in a note. The primary ...

Jan 27 2019

Vodafone 'Pauses' Huawei Deployment in Its Core Network

The UK-based Vodafone has already started pausing - and not a replacement - the Huawei equipment in its core networks until Western governments give the Chinese technolog...

Jan 26 2019

FLIGHT DELAYS: Seething Travelers Report 'Utter Hell' At Newark Airport

The FAA also has frozen its hiring and training for new air traffic controllers, which the unions say will create a hiccup in staffing when the government finally reopens...

Jan 22 2019

Opec cuts send oil on its way to third weekly increase

Brent for March settlement advanced 46 cents to $61.64 a barrel on the London-based ICE Futures Europe exchange. Non-OPEC oil production growth is set to slow in 2019, ...

Jan 18 2019

Cadillac Tapped Into The Club Of Electric Vehicle Manufacturers

GM said its gearing up to position Cadillac as a luxury rival to the current segment leader, Tesla . GM's future EV platform, which Cadillac is the first to utiliz...

Jan 18 2019

Brexit: Article 50 ‘could be rescinded’ Hammond tells business leaders

The embattled leader conceded the divorce terms she struck with the European Union had been roundly rejected, after MPs delivered the heaviest government defeat in par...

Jan 18 2019

Democrats were for a wall before they were against it

The longest such shutdown in USA history dragged into its 25th day with neither President Donald Trump nor Democratic congressional leaders showing signs of bending on...

Jan 16 2019

Clemson QB Praises Trump's Fast Food Banquet: 'It Was Awesome'

Republican Rep. Rodney Davis of IL says that "if you don't show up at the table, how are we ever going to come to a solution?" "Lots of hamburgers, lots of pizza", Trump ...

Jan 16 2019

The Hill: Ocasio-Cortez to Join House Financial Services Committee

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez mocked her critics in a Washington Post interview , telling them to "enjoy being exhausted for the next two years while we run train on t...