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Passengers Ready For World's Longest Flight

Eastern that the flight was nearing Alaska before heading southwest to Newark. There are also refreshments throughout the flight and a bed to sleep in. Bathro...


The world's longest non-stop flight takes off today

Once it enters service with Singapore Airlines in October, the A350-900 will embark on the longest continuous flight on record. Compared to most global long...


Parkour-loving Atlas robot can now run and jump over obstacles

The robotics company posted a video to YouTube Thursday of Atlas running around a warehouse, jumping over a log and onto a stacked structure. "Atlas uses c...


James Murdoch tipped to lead Tesla board

The SEC settlement capped months of debate and some investor calls for stronger oversight of Musk, whose recent erratic public behaviour raised concerns about...


Facebook Says Fewer Users Impacted by Recent Cyberattack than First Thought

Ultimately, they stole sensitive personal information from 14 million accounts, including birth dates, recent search history and the last 10 locations where use...


Gundlach: Plunging Global Stocks Signaling 'Something Bad' for US

On Tuesday, 10-year Treasury yields hit a seven-year intraday high of 3.26 per cent, up more than 15 basis points from October 1. The Dow Jones Industrial Aver...


Ikea to launch e-commerce operations in India by March 2019

IKEA India, the Swedish home furnishings retailer, on Thursday laid foundation stone for its third store in Nagasandra, Bengaluru . "There's a lot of peopl...


Paypal hit by additional United Kingdom tax bill after HMRC enquiry

The bill compared with 5.1 million pounds in 2016, Facebook's British division revealed in an official document lodged last week. The extra tax payment was co...


China's September trade surplus with US widens to record $34.13 billion

Trump imposed tariffs on almost $200-billion of Chinese imports last month and then threatened more levies if China retaliated. "Exports continued to defy U.S...


Dutch PM 'cautiously optimistic' about progress on Brexit talks

Trade secretary Liam Fox told friends that her proposal "would make life very hard for me", according to a Mail report , because it would limit the UK's abili...


China defies Trump tariffs, trade surplus soars

She cited a jump in exports of electrical machinery - the biggest export item from China to the USA - as a sign exporters might have pushed out shipments ahead ...


International Monetary Fund chief, Pakistan FM meet as Islamabad seeks bailout

The rupiah has indeed been under strong downward pressure, especially over the last three months, as a result of monetary tightening and stronger economic growt...


Brexit: No deal brings risk of stockpiling says watchdog

It also warned about the risk of grounding of British aircraft not being able to fly, should no agreement be made. Barnier said Brexit would trigger the nee...


Trump says Fed is 'out of control'

While acknowledging that higher rates helped savers, he criticised the Federal Reserve's moves. "I like to stay uninvolved", Trump said. Even the sharp rise i...


MARKET MELTDOWN: Global Markets Reel, But Dow Turns Positive

Some analysts have blamed rising interest rates for the selloff. That will raise the cost of corporate borrowing and could drag on economic growth. Jitters abou...


Trump calls stock selloff 'a correction,' says Federal Reserve is 'crazy'

The Dow Jones Industrial Average plummeted 832 points on Wednesday, recording its largest single-day point drop since February. Trump has often pointed to s...


Google challenges record $5 billion European Union fine in Android antitrust case

The European Commission found that Google illegally forced phone manufacturers who preinstall Google's Android apps to stop selling any phones using non-Google ...


Markets Right Now: Stocks open lower on Wall Street

Amazon skidded 4.8 per cent to $1,781.21 (U.S.). The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 831 points, its worst loss in eight months. The price of the bond wit...


Trump calls stock sell-off a correction, says Fed ‘crazy’

As stocks go down, tech goes down more than the stock market, ' she said. Powell said last week he expects to stick with the current path of gradual interest-ra...


Trump Takes Swipe at Fed as Stocks Tumble

At market close Wednesday, the Dow Jones average was still up more than 5,000 points since President Trump took office. "But I really disagree with what the Fed...


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