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Technopreneur Center to be built in Dumaguete City in Philippines

Technopreneur Center to be built in Dumaguete City in Philippines

Technopreneur Center to be built in Dumaguete City in Philippines NEGROS ORIENTAL, Feb. 19 (PIA) – Silliman University (SU) and Ubix Corporation inked on Monday a deed of donation and

Sharp drop in coronavirus cases ignites shares in Asia

Sharp drop in coronavirus cases ignites shares in Asia

Sharp drop in coronavirus cases ignites shares in Asia SYDNEY, Australia – Encouraging news on the coronavirus front spurred a strong reaction on Asian stock markets on Thursday. The number

Boeing Finds Another Issue With 737 Max Jets — Debris in Fuel Tanks

Boeing Finds Another Issue With 737 Max Jets — Debris in Fuel Tanks

Boeing Finds Another Issue With 737 Max Jets — Debris in Fuel Tanks Boeing said Tuesday that it found debris contaminating the fuel tanks of some 737 Max jets that

Asian markets trend higher on China stimulus

Asian markets trend higher on China stimulus

Asian markets trend higher on China stimulus SYDNEY, Australia – Stocks were broadly higher in Asia Wednesday, although in mainland China indices remained flat. The Chinese government’s approach to stimulus,

U.S. stocks make good ground, Japanese yen buckles

U.S. stocks make good ground, Japanese yen buckles

U.S. stocks make good ground, Japanese yen buckles NEW YORK, New York – U. S. stocks were solidly higher on Wednesday. The dollar too made good ground, particularly against teh

Hague Court of Appeal orders Russia to pay Yukos shareholders $50bn

Hague Court of Appeal orders Russia to pay Yukos shareholders $50bn

Hague Court of Appeal orders Russia to pay Yukos shareholders $50bn MOSCOW, Russia – An international appeals court in the Netherlands has ordered Russia to pay $50 billion in compensation

Asian markets trend high on China stimulus

Asian markets trend high on China stimulus

Asian markets trend high on China stimulus SYDNEY, Australia – Stocks were broadly higher in Asia Wednesday, although in mainland China indices remained flat. The Chinese government’s approach to stimulus,

Wall Street gets caught up in global meltdown, dollar roars

Wall Street gets caught up in global meltdown, dollar roars

Wall Street gets caught up in global meltdown, dollar roars NEW YORK, New York – Wall Street was sharply weaker on Tuesday, joining a global meltdown in stocks. Only the

China’s Economy Running at Just 40-50% Capacity Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Data Suggests

China’s Economy Running at Just 40-50% Capacity Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Data Suggests

China’s Economy Running at Just 40-50% Capacity Amid Coronavirus Lockdown, Data Suggests The biggest question for the global economy right now is how quickly China can get back to anything

Dramatic overhaul planned by HSBC, tens of thousands of jobs to go

Dramatic overhaul planned by HSBC, tens of thousands of jobs to go

Dramatic overhaul planned by HSBC, tens of thousands of jobs to go HONG KONG – HSBC, the largest of Hong Kong’s three currency-issuing banks, said on Tuesday it plans to

Stocks in Asia plummet as Apple warns on coronavirus impact

Stocks in Asia plummet as Apple warns on coronavirus impact

Stocks in Asia plummet as Apple warns on coronavirus impact SYDNEY, Australia – Sentiment soured on Asian bourses on Tuesday with all the major indices heading south. Apple weighed on

SEBI-registered entities ok to participate in regulatory-sandbox

SEBI-registered entities ok to participate in regulatory-sandbox

SEBI-registered entities ok to participate in regulatory-sandbox MUMBAI, India – Stock market regulator, the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Monday decided to allow live testing of new

European, Chinese and UK stock markets flourish on Monday, U.S. closed

European, Chinese and UK stock markets flourish on Monday, U.S. closed

European, Chinese and UK stock markets flourish on Monday, U.S. closed LONDON, UK – Shares in the UK and Europe were on the rise on Monday, although markets were quiet

Syria a surprise participant in Dubai food expo

Syria a surprise participant in Dubai food expo

Syria a surprise participant in Dubai food expo DUBAI, UAE – The 25th Gulfood, which is considered one of the largest food exhibitions in the world has started and surprisingly

Japan’s economy slows to six year low, stocks fall

Japan’s economy slows to six year low, stocks fall

Japan’s economy slows to six year low, stocks fall SYDNEY, Australia – Shares in Japan sank on Monday as the country’s economy recorded its slowest quarterly growth in six years.

Top Newspaper Publisher McClatchy Co. Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Top Newspaper Publisher McClatchy Co. Files for Bankruptcy Protection

Top Newspaper Publisher McClatchy Co. Files for Bankruptcy Protection The publisher of the Miami Herald, The Kansas City Star and dozens of other newspapers across the country is filing for

New York rules out appealing against T-Mobile/Sprint merger

New York rules out appealing against T-Mobile/Sprint merger

New York rules out appealing against T-Mobile/Sprint merger NEW YORK, New York – The State of New York will not be appealing the case it jointly pursued with twelve other

Wisconsin firm picks up $407.3 million U.S. defense contract

Wisconsin firm picks up $407.3 million U.S. defense contract

Wisconsin firm picks up $407.3 million U.S. defense contract OSHKOSH, Wisconsin – Oshkosh Defense, LLC has been awarded a $407.3 million modification to contract to procure Joint Light Tactical Vehicles

Facebook to Allow Paid Political Messages That Aren’t Ads

Facebook to Allow Paid Political Messages That Aren’t Ads

Facebook to Allow Paid Political Messages That Aren’t Ads (SAN FRANCISCO) — Facebook decided Friday to allow a type of paid political message that had sidestepped many of the social

U.S. government admits it has no case against Andrew McCabe

U.S. government admits it has no case against Andrew McCabe

U.S. government admits it has no case against Andrew McCabe WASHINGTON, DC – Federal prosecutors have declined to charge former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, closing an investigation into whether