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Iraq Power Contract Might Be Shared By Siemens And GE

After President Donald Trump’s intervention, Siemens may have to share a multi- billion dollar deal with General Electric, its U.S. rival to improve Iraq’s...

With $1 Billion Payment To Creditors; Arcelormittal Gears Up To Bid...

In order to meet the requirements of placing an acquisition offer for the debt- ridden Indian steel firm, Essar Steel, on Wednesday, ArcelorMittal SA...

India’s Payments Data Storage Norms; Whatsapp Builds a System

In accordance with a central bank directive which states that all payment- related data is required to be stored locally, the Facebook owned messenger,...

Microsoft works on an Investment deal with Southeast Asian ride- hailing...

With the objective of collaborating on technology projects, including big data and artificial intelligence, Microsoft is investing as a part of partnership in Grab,...

User Information Exposed: Google Plus to Shut Down

Having found a security vulnerability on Google Plus that exposed sensitive personal data of almost 500,000 users; Google announced on Monday that it will...

Google’s Chinese Strategy Backfires

From 1998, when Google was founded the company has proudly held itself as a developer of innovative products for the corporate world. The founders of...

Dozens Of Google & Youtube Accounts Were Shut Down By Iran...

Google has expelled many YouTube channels as they are connected to an influence operation runby Iran's state telecaster. The divulgence comes days after Facebook,...

Radical Policies By Donald Trump May Crash The Us Markets

How truly should individuals take Donald Trump's claim that stocks would crash if he were kicked out of office? As you think about an...

Lab-on-a-Chip Technology with Nanotweezers to Trap Viruses, DNA, Biomolecules

Researchers at Purdue University have invented new class of optical nanotweezers that can grab and detect viruses, biomolecules and DNA more quickly. This technique can...

Jobless in US Claims Up Slightly; Growth in Factory Orders

The number of unemployed Americans was less, leading to constant power in labor market in spite of tensions in trade. The data collected on...