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Scramble to Rescue Survivors of Indonesia Quake and Tsunami as Death Toll Rises

Scramble to Rescue Survivors of Indonesia Quake and Tsunami as Death Toll Rises

The country’s vice president warned that thousands of people may have died in the disaster. At least 832 people were confirmed dead by officials.

Published 2 months ago

Saudi Arabia Shelves Work on SoftBank’s $200 Billion Solar Project

Saudi Arabia Shelves Work on SoftBank’s $200 Billion Solar Project

Saudi Arabia has put on hold a $200 billion plan with SoftBank to build the world’s biggest solar-power-generation project, setting back another eye-catching transformation project in the kingdom.

Published 2 months ago

Facebook Faces Potential $1.63 Billion Fine in Europe Over Data Breach

Facebook Faces Potential $1.63 Billion Fine in Europe Over Data Breach

A European Union privacy watchdog could fine Facebook as much as $1.63 billion for a data breach in which hackers compromised the accounts of over 50 million users.

Published 2 months ago

US regulator moves to clip Elon Musk’s wings

US regulator moves to clip Elon Musk’s wings

Corporate governance experts say SEC is unlikely to change Tesla chief’s behaviour

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Finance minister insists Italy will reduce public debt

Finance minister insists Italy will reduce public debt

Giovanni Tria expects higher growth to offset increased spending

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Macedonian voters shun referendum on name change

Macedonian voters shun referendum on name change

A yes vote would pave way for Skopje’s entry into both EU and Nato

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White House Questioned on Its Role in Kavanaugh FBI Probe

White House Questioned on Its Role in Kavanaugh FBI Probe

White House officials Sunday faced questions about reports that they want to limit the scope of the FBI probe into sexual-assault allegations against Judge Brett Kavanaugh, as Democratic criticism mounted that President Trump wasn’t letting all of his Supreme Court nominee’s accusers be interviewed.

Published 2 months ago

Elon Musk to Step Down as Tesla Chairman, Remain CEO

Elon Musk to Step Down as Tesla Chairman, Remain CEO

Elon Musk has reached a settlement with the SEC that allows him to stay on as Tesla CEO but requires that he step aside from the chairman role for three years. He has agreed to pay a $20 million fine.

Published 2 months ago

U.S. Stocks Open Fourth Quarter Near Record Highs but Face Hurdles

U.S. Stocks Open Fourth Quarter Near Record Highs but Face Hurdles

Some investors question if stocks will sustain their impressive rally in the face of Fed’s anticipated interest raise, U.S. trade spats and midterm elections.

Published 2 months ago

Big U.S. Banks Face Increase in Attempted Cyberattacks

Big U.S. Banks Face Increase in Attempted Cyberattacks

Some large U.S. banks have seen an uptick in attempted cyberattacks in recent weeks, according to people familiar with the matter, at a time when federal officials are stepping up warnings to banks about cyberthreats.

Published 2 months ago

Saudi Arabia Shelves Work on SoftBank’s $200 Billion Solar Project

Saudi Arabia Shelves Work on SoftBank’s $200 Billion Solar Project

Saudi Arabia has put on hold a $200 billion plan with SoftBank to build the world’s biggest solar-power-generation project, setting back another eye-catching transformation project in the kingdom.

Published 2 months ago

One Year Later, Experts Dig Deeper to Find Vegas Shooter’s Motive

One Year Later, Experts Dig Deeper to Find Vegas Shooter’s Motive

Criminal psychologists and threat-assessment experts are still puzzling over why Stephen Paddock killed 58 Las Vegas concertgoers in the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.

Published 2 months ago

Europe Defeats U.S. to Win Ryder Cup

Europe Defeats U.S. to Win Ryder Cup

Europe defeated the U.S. to win the Ryder Cup, golf’s premier international team competition.

Published 2 months ago

Trump’s trade wars fill US food banks to overflowing

Trump’s trade wars fill US food banks to overflowing

Charities struggle to absorb $1.2bn of farm produce bought by government to aid growers

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US and Canada seek trade deal as deadline looms

US and Canada seek trade deal as deadline looms

Negotiators were in last-ditch talks to include Ottawa in revamped Nafta

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