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A journalist for the Irish Times compared Vice President Mike Pence's recent visit to Ireland and strong declaration of support for Brexit to a house guest who was discovered to have "shat on the new carpet in the spare...
Apple Loop is here to remind you of a few of the very many discussions that have happened around Apple over the last seven days Get Ready To Hear Every Surprise You Already Know Tuesday will see Tim Cook take to...
The parent agency of the National Weather Service said late Friday that President Trump was correct when he claimed earlier this week that Hurricane Dorian had threatened the state of Alabama. The surprise announcement in an unsigned statement by the...
Carbonite Inc., a provider of data protection services, is exploring a sale after receiving takeover interest, according to people familiar with the matter. Its shares rose. The Boston-based company is working with a financial adviser, said the people, who asked...
Islamic banks are less risky and more resilient than their counter parts in terms of bank capital requirement and mobilisation of deposits. Somewhat perversely, the global financial crisis presented a big opportunity to the Islamic banking and finance industry. In...
China’s economic growth is sputtering. The official forecast of 6% to 6.5% is the slowest on record, and the 6.2% growth actually reported in the second quarter is the weakest since the government began releasing quarterly data in 1992....
A lot of discussion and ethical thought about self-driving cars have focused on tragic dilemmas, like hypotheticals in which a car has to decide whether to run over a group of schoolchildren or plunge off a cliff, killing its own occupants. But those sorts of...
In April, Ford announced that it will be phasing out nearly all of its passenger cars in the United States. If all goes according to plan, 90 percent of Ford’s portfolio in North America will be trucks, SUVs and commercial vehicles. Its F-150 –...
From retail goods to medical implants and even food, 3D printing technology promises to change the way we think about everyday things. It’s difficult to predict what impact it will have on manufacturing but, whatever the precise effects, they are likely to be deep...
SAN FRANCISCO — For years, big tech companies have used huge salaries, bonuses and stock packages to lure artificial intelligence experts out of academia. Now, a study released on Friday says that migration has hurt the post-college prospects of...

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