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Falling energy prices sees slowdown in United Kingdom inflation

MMTC will make the imported onions available for distribution in the country from 15 November to 15 December and NAFED has been entrusted with the responsibilit...


Alibaba Wins Exchange’s Approval for Mega Hong Kong Listing

The deal - the world's biggest cross-border secondary listing - will be seen as a boost for Hong Kong, which recently entered its first recession in a decade as...


Saudi Aramco to launch giant stock offering November 17

The prospectus said up to 0.5% of the company would be set aside for retail savers, but Aramco had not yet decided on the percentage for larger institutional bu...


No. 1 Producer of Milk in US Declares Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

Dean Foods is operating in the ordinary course of business and remains focused on providing its customers with wholesome, great-tasting dairy products and the...


Tesla chooses Berlin for European gigafactory

Techcrunch's Kirsten Korosec reports that Musk made the comments during an on-stage conversation with Volkswagen CEO Herbert Diess at the Golden Steering Whee...


Industrial output shrinks by 4.3 per cent in September

Industrial output had turned negative in August, crashing to an 81-month low, with across the board contractions reducing output by 1.4 per cent. In September...


Apple Card being investigated for alleged gender discrimination after viral tweet

Apple redirected all questions about how the credit limit of an individual is calculated for Apple Card to Goldman Sachs. Many other users voiced similar expe...


WeWork courts T-Mobile's John Legere for CEO spot

The talks come weeks after SoftBank Group spent more than $10 billion to take over WeWork, including a $1.7-billion payoff to its co-founder Adam Neumann to r...


Chicago & Denver flights canceled at Hector International Airport

A passenger has filmed the moment a jetliner slid off a runway after landing in icy conditions at a major airport in the United States. Weather conditions...


Asian Stocks Look Set for Gains; Dollar Slips

Stocks in Asia looked set to claw back some of Monday's losses as investors awaited further developments on a trade deal and kept an eye on the volatile situati...


Rescue of British Steel by China’s Jingye confirmed

Unite said that they are seeking urgent meetings with the Chinese steel company Jingye after it was announced that it intends to invest £1.2 billion into Britis...


Uber CEO calls journalist Jamal Khashoggi’s murder a ‘mistake,’ then backtracks

Asked about the CIA's assessment of the crown prince's involvement, Khosrowshahi said: "I didn't read that part of the Central Intelligence Agency report....


United Kingdom growth slowest in nearly a decade, says ONS

A month before an early election, finance minister Sajid Javid hailed what he called "solid" growth figures, a view challenged by the opposition Labour Party. L...


Trump pushes back on reports U.S. will remove China tariffs

A deal with China - nearly no matter how superficial in the first instance - is also key to Trump's ability to maintain his Republican support in the Senate tha...


Police officer shoots protester in Hong Kong

Police confirmed an officer had shot two protesters on Monday, saying they were conscious as they were taken to the hospital. At least two more gunshots were ...


Apple's new credit card faces sexism investigation

The thread, which was started on Thursday, has gone viral since then, gaining more than 5,000 retweets. The Apple Card is a joint venture between Apple ...


Turkey Begins Deporting Captured Islamic State Terrorists to U.S., Germany, France

Turkey says it has sent back to the USA an American belonging to the Islamic State (IS) group, as part of a drive to repatriate captured jihadist fighters. Las...


Chinese consumers spend billions in 'Singles' Day' shopping spree

It's "11/11", also known as "Singles' Day" or "Double 11", a 24-hour shopping frenzy hosted by the Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba . It was the 11th edition...


China's Singles' Day sales on course for new record

A year ago on Singles' Day NZ Post delivered nearly three parcels a second, but despite the commercial success of the shopping day, here and around the world, m...


Unemployment rate increases in Windsor

Canada lost 1,800 jobs in October after robust job growth over the previous two months, data from Statistics Canada showed. The province created 15,300 jobs, mo...


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