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DETROIT (Reuters) - For David Green, head of the Detroit chapter of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), Donald Trump's victory in November was both distressing and cause for optimism in his quest to pull the Democratic Party to the left.
JAKARTA (Reuters) - A former education minister in Muslim-majority Indonesia facing a run-off vote against a Christian to be Jakarta governor, on Tuesday denied pandering to Islamists to win support and said he could unite the capital after a divisive election.
As President Donald Trump warns of a crackdown on US government leaks to media, interest is growing in technology tools that allow sources to share information anonymously.
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BERLIN (Reuters) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democrats (CDU) and their Christian Social Union (CSU) sister party moved back in front of the centre-left Social Democrats (SPD) in an INSA poll for Bild newspaper published on Monday.
Growing optimism about the next iPhone has propelled Apple Inc to record highs. Halfway around the globe, a lesser-known Taiwanese company is riding that same wave of euphoria.
Hong Kong: HSBC Holdings reported a 62% slump in annual pre-tax profit to US$7.1 billion from US$18.87 billion a year earlier - way short of analysts’ estimates - due to one-time charges related to some businesses. It also announced a new US$1 billion share buyback.
TOKYO: The likelihood of more monetary stimulus in Japan is diminishing, according to a Reuters poll of economists who were largely split on the central bank's next policy move, signalling a possible turning point in expectations for its easing cycle.
PETALING JAYA: Although Malayan Banking Bhd (Maybank) and CIMB Group Holdings Bhd’s earnings via their subsidiaries improved in Indonesia last year there is still a concern that asset quality in the republic may impact earnings this year.
Potpot Pinili, a Philippine travel blogger, is paying less to access the Internet on the go – almost half as much as three years ago, thanks to a price war.