Business Australia pulls Google ads as boycott grows
Author: 0 Australia pulls Google ads as boycott grows

The culling, according to the New York Times , was the work of one unfortunate intern. But overall, the attention is welcome. She said: 'Advertisers could have a potential claim for contractual damages if their content appeared alongside inappropriate content'.

Author: 0 Dow Jones Industrial Average Blasts Higher With Bank Stocks

Biotech issue Vertex Pharmaceuticals Incorporated (NASDAQ:VRTX) - historically among the best performing stocks in the second quarter - is set to open at a fresh annual high, up 16.8% in pre-market trading. Shares in Darden Restaurants Inc .(DRI) rallied 9.3% after the Olive Garden parent reported earnings that topped expectations (

Author: 0 Comfortable win for Merkel's party in state election

A loss for her would have been a worrying signal for the national campaign and for two bigger state elections in May in Schleswig-Holstein and Germany's most populous state, North Rhine-Westphalia, both now led by the Social Democrats. Although Saarland generally leans conservative, it represents one of the many German heartlands Schulz and the SPD will need to win over if he is to become chancellor this September.

Author: 0 Kushner, Ivanka Trump could exceed $700mn in worth

Spicer was asked by media Friday about the contrast between the financial disclosures on White House senior staff and President Trump's continued refusal to release his tax returns. She had a fashion business and was involved in her father's global real estate development business, but stepped aside from managing the businesses when her father entered the White House.

Business European scientists, officials warn against U.S. climate plan
Author: 0 European scientists, officials warn against U.S. climate plan

The executive order , signed by Trump on Tuesday, not only revoked the moratorium on coal mining on United States federal lands in order to increase coal production and consumption but also revoked six previous Presidential Executive Orders on climate change issued by the Obama administration, including one on setting standards for carbon emission from the power sector.

Author: 0 Coach Danny Blind sacked by Holland following defeat to Bulgaria

Following the defeat the team drop to fourth place in qualifying Group A from which only the group winners are guaranteed to qualify for the finals in Russian Federation next year. They already failed to qualify for Euro 2016 and seem very unlikely to make it for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation. "The first half was shocking".

Business Notley to see if Wall violated trade rules
Author: 0 Notley to see if Wall violated trade rules

We have more letters going to more companies from the Minister of Economy next week", said the statement. "That's why Mosaic is here, they moved their regional headquarters from the U.S". This seems to be just the latest escalation in a cross-border budget squabble with Alberta. "This budget makes Saskatchewan more productive". Bilous also said his province has some of the lowest gasoline and diesel taxes in Canada.

Author: 0 Trump Held An Executive Order Signing Ceremony Without Signing Any Executive Orders

The Republican inked the orders on 30 March, giving the go-ahead for an investigation into the reason behind USA trade deficits and violations of trade rules, The Hill reported. The European products are vulnerable to potential measures because of a transatlantic dispute over Europe's ban on beef produced with the aid of hormones that pre-dates Trump coming to power.

Business More EpiPens Are Being Recalled, FDA Says
Author: 0 More EpiPens Are Being Recalled, FDA Says

The lots of EpiPen and EpiPen Jr. that are affected were distributed between December 17, 2015, and July 1, 2016. Mylan said it plans to replace the recalled EpiPens at no cost to patients. Mylan also sells a generic version of EpiPen for $300. EpiPen is used in the emergency treatment of severe allergic reactions. The Mylan company has just issued another recall.

Business White House says real story is about leaking, not Russia
Author: 0 White House says real story is about leaking, not Russia

And the irony is that it now appears that White House officials themselves were leaking intelligence intercepts to the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, Devin Nunes . Former Obama officials contend that intelligence was disseminated to pockets of the government where officials had clearance to see classified reports, not publicly leaked.

Author: 0 3 arrested in Atlanta fire and overpass collapse

ATLANTA (AP ) — A massive fire caused an interstate bridge to collapse during rush hour Thursday in Atlanta, just minutes after witnesses said police halted traffic and turned cars away from the crumbling overpass. Fire department spokesman Sgt. Cortez Stafford says they'll need to bring in heavy equipment to remove the concrete. McMurry said his department stored coils of plastic conduit used in fiber-optic networks beneath the span but insisted they were noncombustible.

Author: 0 Iwobi: Why Wenger must stay at Arsenal

Recent reports have suggested that Wenger will tell the board of his plans for next season after the team's massive Premier League match against Manchester City this week. Wenger is also convinced that players join the club to play for Arsenal and not because of him. "I find it interesting". Wenger has also spent the worldwide break picking apart what went wrong against West Brom last time out.

Business USA laptop ban: What does it mean for travelers?
Author: 0 USA laptop ban: What does it mean for travelers?

Passengers can still carry their electronic items along with them but they must put all such devices in their checked-in baggage on the United States and UK-bound flights from airports across the countries, including busy transit hubs like Istanbul, Dubai and Doha in Qatar, according to reports .

Author: 0 Uber Self-Driving Cars Back on Road After Crash

Uber said they are investigating the incident and have pulled their self-driving vehicles off the road in all three states where they are testing the technology - Arizona, Pennsylvania, and California - as a precaution. In December, the DMV in California prohibited Uber from testing its autonomous vehicles in San Francisco after failing to get a permit. Most of the accidents were minor and weren't caused by Waymo's vehicles.

Author: 0 Liverpool beat Everton to boost top-4 chances

It has transformed the significance of the 228th Merseyside derby today into either a chance for Klopp to re-establish the natural order or the realisation of every Liverpool fan's fears: Everton are coming for them. I really see it as an opportunity in the right way, so go into a game like this really positive, we need to be really aggressive but in the way of being positive aggressive.

Business Keystone XL pipeline would only create 35 permanent jobs
Author: 0 Keystone XL pipeline would only create 35 permanent jobs

Trump said the company did drop the lawsuit, adding, "Isn't that easier?" In Canadian regulatory filings , consultants for TransCanada suggested that this will improve downstream profitability and raise prices in the American markets that rely on a captive supply of Canadian oil (primarily the American Midwest).

Business Anti-allergy medicine EpiPen recall expands to US
Author: 0 Anti-allergy medicine EpiPen recall expands to US

In a release the company says they're being recalled due to two reports of the devices failing to activate outside Canada. The recalled products were distributed by Pfizer Canada from January to March 2016. Louis, Missouri. The company said more than 80,000 of the life-saving auto-injectors are covered by the recall worldwide, which was prompted by two reports of device failures.

Author: 0 Venezuela reverses decision to remove National Assembly's power

Critics lambasted the move as a "coup" while protesters blocked roads, unfurled banners and chanted slogans against President Nicolas Maduro's increasingly unpopular government. The opposition argued that national elections should be brought forward due to the country's economic crisis. The move was condemned by Latin American governments, with the Organisation of American States calling it a "self-inflicted coup" by President Nicolas Maduro's regime against congress.

Author: 0 Europe looks ahead to 'damage control' Brexit talks

The 27 European Union leaders are set to agree on common guidelines on April 29, exactly one month after May triggered the Brexit process. It also spells out European Union resistance to Britain scrapping swathes of tax, environmental and labour laws - if it wants to have an eventual free trade pact.

Author: 0 Trump thinks meet with Xi will be 'very difficult'

Chen Mingming, a veteran Chinese diplomat, said Xi's meeting with Trump will be a major diplomatic move taken by Beijing and will "kick off a good start for the ties in the next few years". Following the chronology of China-U.S. rapprochement, Xi and Trump have talked over the telephone twice and they have exchanged letters since the U.S.

Author: 0 Editorial, 3/31: Time to work together on health care

The president blames the House Freedom Caucus for the failure of the health care bill. In an interview with CBS's Norah O'Donnell, which aired earlier in the day, House Speaker Paul Ryan discussed how he didn't like the President's threats to seek aid from Democrats.

Author: 0 Canadian Investors: What You Need to Know About the 2017 Federal Budget

The budget lays out billions in everything from research to green infrastructure to help Canadian companies take advantage of worldwide demand for clean technologies. The non-refundable public transit tax credit - introduced by the previous Conservative government - will be phased out on July 1. Piecemeal bids for money will only hurt us in the long term.

Business Toshiba Nuclear Power Unit Files Chapter 11
Author: 0 Toshiba Nuclear Power Unit Files Chapter 11

How secure are USA infrastructure facilities? "It's not a direct A to B linear thing here - a lot of things have to fall in a bad way - but it's enough of a concern hypothetically that there are conversations between the USA government and the Japanese government".

Author: 0 Chinese President to meet Trump next week in Florida

President Trump's tweet shows how he views China primarily through a US-China trade imbalance lens, linked to American job losses. Xi was invited by Trump to take part in meetings at his Florida club, Mar-a-Lago, on April 6 and April 7, foreign ministry spokesman Lu Kang said Thursday.

Author: 0 Federer Wins Record-Equaling Fifth Indian Wells Title

Wawrinka battled hard in the second, breaking in the opening game, but in the end he couldn't compete with Federer who powered to his fifth win at Indian Wells. This year is going to be great for the 35-year-old. Anyone who saw him fall to World No.116 Evgeny Donskoy in Dubai in Febraury knows that consistency week-in and week-out on the tour won't be a simple task at his elevated age, given the grinding physicality of the tour.

Author: 0 Uber Puts the Brakes on Self-Driving Cars After Arizona Crash

According to Uber, the incident was under investigation and there were no passengers in the back seat of the self-driving vehicle. While the police report indicates that Uber's vehicle may not have been at fault, it's worth noting that it could well have had a civilian passenger in the back, as the company's trials allow some users to ride in its self-driving cabs when they hail an UberX.

Business GST rates will not raise prices of commodities: FM Arun Jaitley
Author: 0 GST rates will not raise prices of commodities: FM Arun Jaitley

With GST rollout looking imminent from July 1 after the Lok Sabha's approval, the Centre and states will on Friday sit together to finalise rules and regulations of the new indirect tax regime. "My compliments to all those who worked hard in the last 10 years to arrive at this historic milestone in economic history of this country", Revenue Secretary Hasmukh Adhia said in a tweet.

Author: 0 President Zuma used 'nonsense' report to sack me

The late night cabinet overhaul, which saw 10 ministers and 10 deputy ministers moved or ousted, packed the government with allies of Mr. Zuma . Zuma's move was also created to shore up his position ahead of a leadership conference in December, when it's expected his successor will be chosen.

Author: 0 SpaceX makes history after landing used Falcon 9 rocket

It was the first time SpaceX founder Elon Musk had tried to fly a booster that had flown before on an orbital mission. While the prospect of being able to relaunch rockets will be tantalizing for companies hoping to launch satellites into space, the Falcon 9's reuse is a step toward one day journeying to Mars.

Author: 0 Watch SpaceX reuse one of its rockets for the first time tonight

The time when only nation states could send rockets into space is over. This means that every rocket can be used only once and will be thrown away after being launched into space. "A lot of hard steps along the way, but I'm just incredibly proud of the SpaceX for being able to achieve this incredible milestone in the history of space".

Author: 0 Oil prices rise on talk that OPEC could extend supply cut

Oil futures have retreated in the past two weeks as a supply overhang driven by rising production from the USA overshadows a deal by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) and other producers to rein in crude output. "2017-19 is likely to see the largest increase in mega projects production in history", Goldman Sachs said in a note to clients on Tuesday. The market will also be watching out for a fifth straight week of declines in US gasoline stocks - forecast to have ...

Author: 0 Vodafone, Idea to form India's largest telecoms firm

The new joint venture comes after a bitter domestic price war that began with the launch of Reliance Jio Infocomm's 4G network in 2016. The deal gives Vodafone India an implied enterprise value of Rs 82,800 crore and Idea an enterprise value of Rs 72,200 crore.

Author: 0 South Africa's new finance minister vows 'radical' change

In a surprise move on Thursday night, President Jacob Zuma ousted Gordhan and other top ministers, inviting economic uncertainty for the country and resulting in the rand slipping four per cent against the USA dollar. President Jacob Zuma at Parliament in Cape Town, South Africa, on March 17. Mkhize, Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa and ANC Secretary General Gwede Mantashe reportedly told President Zuma that they did not agree with his intention to fire Gordhan.

Business House and Senate Republicans seem split on health care future
Author: 0 House and Senate Republicans seem split on health care future

The Trump administration is aware of the conversations and a senior administration official said the White House is nudging them on. "We can't be chasing the flawless all the time", Mr. The health-care sector was one of four in the S&P 500 to close in green territory on Monday, which was also helped by slight gains in large-cap stocks Johnson & Johnson and Pfizer.

Author: 0 SES-10 successfully launched on reusable SpaceX rocket

Although only a modest discount of 10 percent will be applied to the first few relaunches of a Falcon 9 said SpaceX president Gwynne Shotwell, as the company needs to recoup development costs for the reusable first stage, potential customers could see a saving of up to 30 percent for a launch that starts at $60 million.

Author: 0 South Africa's new finance minister notes 'mutual suspicion'

The reshuffle of 10 of the country's 35 ministers was announced after midnight in a move that likely was created to soften negative impact on markets but also deepened intrigue and shock in South Africa, whose pride in its democratic credentials, forged in the struggle against apartheid, has been diminished over the years by scandals around Zuma.

Author: 0 United Kingdom home secretary urges access to London attacker's WhatsApp

One competitor of WhatsApp , Telegram , also encrypt their messages but have written their software to enable police and security services to access messages when needed for criminal investigations. In 2016, the similar issue came up between Federal Bureau of Investigation and Apple where Apple denied providing any information to Federal Bureau of Investigation related to Syed Rizwan Farook's account who was a terrorist involved in December 2015 attack in San Bernardino, California.

Business Apex Court bans sale of BS-III vehicles
Author: 0 Apex Court bans sale of BS-III vehicles

SC has held the health of citizens to be more important than commercial interests. After two-wheeler companies have announced massive discounts on BS-III models, showrooms have witnessed huge rush and stocks were sold off before Friday noon in most of the places.

Author: 0 Republican muddle is an opening for Democrats

Trump initially faulted Democrats for rejecting the bill , but on several occasions since then, including Thursday morning, he lashed out at the hardline conservatives of the House Freedom Caucus . Trump's public approval rating hit a new low this week, just 10 weeks into his young presidency. "They weren't going to give us a single vote, so it's a very hard thing to do".

Business Republicans not yet ready to abandon health care
Author: 0 Republicans not yet ready to abandon health care

But Democrats insist they stand open to bipartisan work to improve Obama's law. Is he lagging behind the mood on the Hill , or will he steer the debate in his own direction - toward minority leaders Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer? John Kennedy (R-LA) put it succinctly.

Author: 0 The Admiral Group plc (ADM) Receives Sell Rating from Citigroup Inc

The number of shares Wolseley now has in issue is 250,614,000, which have a value of 5140 per share calculating Wolseley's market capitalisation to 12.88B GBP. Peel Hunt today set a target price of 225 on the company's stock. ESV was included in 54 notes of analysts from August 3, 2015. The company was initiated on Wednesday, January 11 by Wells Fargo.

Author: 0 Research stays frozen in Canadian budget

Leaks before the document was officially tabled all pointed towards higher taxes. That talk translates into spending $1.8 billion on skills and innovation training. Last year, stakeholders urged the government to make agreements more flexible to employers and workers as they attempt to keep up with the rapid pace of change.

Author: 0 Wealthy White House staffers' finances detailed in new disclosures

The New York Times reported that the couple's real estate and investment empire was worth as much as $741 million. Bannon "earned at least $1.4 million in the past year and held assets valued between $10.7 million and $48.6 million when he joined the administration", according to a tally by The Wall Street Journal .

Business One country, one tax has become reality: Centre on GST
Author: 0 One country, one tax has become reality: Centre on GST

Four Bills related to GST were passed yesterday after the Centre did not approve amendments moved by the opposition parties. "The Prime Minister said", it is a new year, new law and new India". The Integrated GST or IGST will be a tax to be levied by the Center on inter-state movement of goods and services. BJD's Bhartruhari Mahtab raised the issue that the definition of agriculturists who were exempt from paying GST had not been widened to include poultry and dairy farmers, fishermen and ...

Business Trump associates may have coordinated with Russians during election campaign
Author: 0 Trump associates may have coordinated with Russians during election campaign

But it's significant that he said that the case was not a criminal investigation but was being conducted as part of FBI's "counterintelligence mission", aimed at preventing Russian Federation intelligence operations against the U.S. The second revelation was that President Trump's claims that Obama had wiretapped Trump Tower during the campaign were entirely fabricated. The comments were part of a steady White House effort to make clear that no such evidence has turned up, after Comey ...

Business Railways to provide fresh food cooked after every 2 hours
Author: 0 Railways to provide fresh food cooked after every 2 hours

Railways has also separated cooking and distribution of food under the recently launched new catering policy. Disgruntled passengers have taken to several grievance portals, including Twitter, to lodge their complaints about the quality of food provided by private vendors, picked by IRCTC.