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target=_blank>Japanese Government To Ban Huawei, ZTE Kit – Report

Japan has reportedly become the latest in the growing number of countries to reject networking equipment made by China’s Huawei Technologies and ZTE. The move comes amid growing concern among intelligence officials that the equipment could be compromised by the Chinese government for spying purposes – a charge that Huawei has always rejected. Earlier this
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target=_blank>How I’ve Avoided Sexual Harassment

With over eight years in the music industry, Annjay believes that she has paid her dues. She spoke about her music, business and love life in a recent encounter with SATURDAY INDEPENDENT’s Lukmon Akintola. You have been in the music industry for a while, how has it been? It has been a mixed journey; a
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target=_blank>Saudis Still Skeptical Of OPEC Coalition Cuts

Saudi Arabia on Friday said it remained skeptical of an agreement to cut oil output as nonmember Russia emerged as the ultimate deal breaker. OPEC deliberated for a second day to end a deadlock that is threatening to crash oil prices. The Saudis—the de facto leaders of OPEC—are trying to convince the Russians to join a significant
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target=_blank>Gold Buying Sets Pattern Last Seen Start-2017

Demand to buy gold among private investors remains cautious despite the metal recovering from 2018’s earlier drop, writes Adrian Ash at BullionVault. With the metal in November reaching its highest monthly price since the summer, private investors as a group chose to buy gold on a rising price for a second month running – the first such
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target=_blank>Turkey’s Erdogan Says There Are Positive Developments On Halkbank Case In U.S.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday there were positive developments on the case of Turkey’s state-owned lender Halkbank, adding that Ankara hoped for a positive outcome on the case. Earlier on Friday, state-owned Anadolu news agency reported that prosecutors in New York had withdrawn an appeal to extend the 32-month sentence of former Halkbank
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target=_blank>IBM Sells Software Assets For $1.8 Billion

IBM (IW 500/11) agreed to sell $1.8 billion in software assets to India’s HCL Technologies Ltd., part of Big Blue’s effort to focus more on cloud computing. HCL, based in New Delhi, is buying seven businesses focused on markets such as e-commerce and human resources, according to a statement Thursday. The transaction is expected to close
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target=_blank>Guinness Sponsors Six Nations Rugby

The six-year deal will “strengthen the brand’s commitment to rugby” and Guinness will work with Six Nations to “champion both the player and fan experience” to encourage the people who watch the matches to drink responsibly.
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target=_blank>India Oil Minister Hopes OPEC Will Remember Consumers When Cutting Output

Indian Oil Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said on Friday he was hopeful that Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) would keep in mind consumers’ interests before deciding to cut crude oil production. OPEC tentatively agreed to an oil output cut on Thursday but was waiting for a commitment from non-OPEC producer Russia before deciding on the exact
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target=_blank>Amazon drops ‘No Rush’ delivery for Prime Members

It appears that Amazon Prime members no longer have the option for ‘No Rush’ delivery in return for a digital credit. One of the key benefits of the Prime programme for many was the option to have their packages sent out slightly later at a presumed reduced cost for Amazon and in return they’d get
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Chris Brown’s Extortion Lawsuit Dismissed

R&B star Chris Brown has lost his bid to sue over an alleged extortion attempt surrounding a 2015 concert in the Philippines. The Loyal hitmaker launched legal action against Los Angeles-based lawyer Jose Victor Los Banos Giongco three years ago, after he was confronted by a group of armed men in his Manila hotel room […]
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