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LONDON (Reuters) - A group of investors managing $11 trillion in assets has called on banks to set tougher emissions targets ahead of a meeting of world leaders aimed at accelerating efforts to fight climate change.
THE promised digital euro started to take shape last week and signals from Frankfurt may offer some relief to nervy commercial banks worried about being sidelined by the latest disrupter.
It's a Spring Saturday and somewhere deep in Philadelphia, five twentysomethings are huddled in a small apartment, each hunched over a computer. The click-clack of their keyboards is the only sound heard in the room, but via their devices, they're running one of the largest music festivals in the world.
MORTON, Mississippi (Reuters) - The Koch Foods chicken-processing plant dominates the small town of Morton, where even the sides of the roads are dotted with feathers.
SIHANOUKVILLE (The Phnom Penh Post/ANN): A ban on online gaming towards the end of last year followed by the emergence of Covid-19 as a pandemic has not boded well for the real estate market in Sihanoukville, which has gone from boom to bust.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Professional athletes in all sports have been impacted by the global shutdown caused by COVID-19 but women may end up the biggest losers due to ingrained bias and discrimination, Australia's Winter Olympic trailblazer Zali Steggall has said.
(Reuters) - Football’s most famous twins turn 50 on Friday but after successful playing careers together, Frank and Ronald de Boer mark the milestone at a time when their paths have finally diverged.
GOMBAK: Eight people have been arrested in connection with allegations of child abuse and exploitation at a welfare home in Taman Bidara, Selayang.
KUALA LUMPUR: Riza Shahriz Abdul Aziz, the stepson of Datuk Seri Najib Razak, has been given a discharge not amounting to an acquittal by the Sessions Court here over five counts of money laundering charges involving US$248mil (RM1.25bil) linked to 1Malaysia Development Bhd (1MDB).
Almost two months ago, Netflix said it would reduce video bit rates for 30 days in Europe, aiming to reduce bandwidth consumed by customers by 25% during the Covid-19 crisis.