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Microsoft drops Nokia name from smartphones
25/10/2014 1:45
Microsoft drops Nokia name from smartphonesMicrosoft said Friday it was dropping the Nokia name from its Lumia smartphones, rebranding following the acquisition earlier this year of the Finnish group's handset division.
French unemployment hits new record
25/10/2014 12:59
French unemployment hits new recordUnemployment in France hit a new record in September, with official statistics published Friday showing 3.43 million people claimed jobless benefits.
Momentum building on pacific trade deal: Australia, US
25/10/2014 5:29
Momentum is building towards a pan-Pacific trade agreement, representatives of Australia and the United States said Saturday as talks between trade ministers began in Sydney.
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Momentum building on pacific trade deal: Australia, USMomentum building on pacific trade deal: Australia, US
25/10/2014 5:29
Momentum is building towards a pan-Pacific trade agreement, representatives of Australia and the United States said Saturday as talks between trade ministers began in Sydney.
 
Microsoft drops Nokia name from smartphonesMicrosoft drops Nokia name from smartphones
25/10/2014 1:45
Microsoft said Friday it was dropping the Nokia name from its Lumia smartphones, rebranding following the acquisition earlier this year of the Finnish group's handset division.
 
French unemployment hits new recordFrench unemployment hits new record
25/10/2014 12:59
Unemployment in France hit a new record in September, with official statistics published Friday showing 3.43 million people claimed jobless benefits.
 
US stocks push higher despite big Amazon dropUS stocks push higher despite big Amazon drop
25/10/2014 12:32
US stocks Friday capped a strong week on a high note as good earnings from Microsoft and others overshadowed a poor report from Amazon.
 
$100 mn Ebola pledge from Microsoft co-founder Allen$100 mn Ebola pledge from Microsoft co-founder Allen
23/10/2014 23:24
Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Paul Allen said Thursday he was boosting his donations to combat the Ebola outbreak in West Africa to $100 million.
 
Islamic State wins ground from Syrian government in east monitorIslamic State wins ground from Syrian government in east monitor
21/10/2014 14:52
Islamic State won territory from Syrian government forces in the eastern city of Deir al-Zor on Tuesday, its first gain there in about two months, a group that tracks the civil war reported.
 
Egg freezing: controversial new benefit in the US workplaceEgg freezing: controversial new benefit in the US workplace
19/10/2014 4:29
Free meals, four months of maternity leave and now egg-freezing: Facebook's latest gift to its employees has rekindled debate on the role of women in the company.
 
India frees diesel prices, easing state grip on economyIndia frees diesel prices, easing state grip on economy
19/10/2014 12:12
India said Saturday it was freeing diesel prices from government control, marking another step to ease the state's grip on the economy and propel reforms by the new pro-business government.
 
Twitter spices timelines with unasked-for tweetsTwitter spices timelines with unasked-for tweets
18/10/2014 1:25
Twitter said Friday it would start reconfiguring users' timelines with "relevant" messages from people they haven't bothered to follow at the service.
 
General Electric and other US giants see growth aheadGeneral Electric and other US giants see growth ahead
18/10/2014 12:58
US industrial giant General Electric reported higher earnings for the third quarter Friday and said global economic growth remains solid, if uneven, with the US especially strong.
 
Gulf stocks dive over global growth fears, oil pricesGulf stocks dive over global growth fears, oil prices
12/10/2014 14:37
Share prices in the energy-rich Gulf states nosedived on Sunday with investors spooked over global growth fears, declining oil prices and conflicts, analysts and traders said.
 
Porsche car part workers forget Bosnia 's ethnic riftsPorsche car part workers forget Bosnia 's ethnic rifts
12/10/2014 12:04
Far removed from the nationalist rhetoric in the run up to Bosnia's general election on Sunday, Muslim and Serb workers at the Bekto Precisa factory are focussed only on how to improve products for clients like Porsche, Ferrari and Lamborghini.
 
It's good to talk: app aims to spur voice renaissanceIt's good to talk: app aims to spur voice renaissance
12/10/2014 3:40
Two former Google employees are hoping an innovative new phone application will trigger a renaissance in an increasingly unfashionable method of human communication: talking.
 
Ebola impact an 'economic embargo' on W AfricaEbola impact an 'economic embargo' on W Africa
12/10/2014 2:47
The Ebola epidemic is isolating affected countries from the global economy and freezing economic activity with devastating effect, Sierra Leone's finance minister said Saturday.
 
Dollar climbs as global growth worries mountDollar climbs as global growth worries mount
11/10/2014 1:40
The dollar gained against other major currencies except the yen Friday, amid rising worries about global growth, particularly the eurozone's stuttering economy.
 




 

 




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