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LONDON/BANGKOK/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - By fax, courier or mail, U.S. voters abroad are going to new lengths to ensure their ballots are counted, with the bitterest election in memory taking place amid a global pandemic, postal disruptions and the incumbent railing against mail-in votes.
With Belarus in upheaval, its neighbours are eyeing its tech sector in the hope of attracting the talent behind global successes such as calling app Viber and the game World Of Tanks.
LONDON: KfW, Germany’s third-largest bank by assets, may drop Ernst & Young (EY) as auditor as EY continues to be plagued by its role in the country’s Wirecard accounting scandal.
BANGKOK, Sept 22 (The Nation Thailand/ANN): The top executives of four Thai banks are holding talks on Tuesday on their response to allegations of suspicious transactions revealed by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ).
As Rappi has grown in Latin America, particularly in its home country of Colombia, so too has a shadow market for the all-purpose delivery firm's worker profiles.
US President Donald Trump plans to meet on Sept 23 with a group of Republican state attorneys general about revising a key law that shields social media companies from liability for content posted by their users and allows them to remove lawful but objectionable posts.
NEW YORK: Manhattan's district attorney said on Monday he might have grounds to investigate President Donald Trump and his businesses for tax fraud, as he seeks to persuade a federal appeals court to let him obtain Trump's tax returns.
DETROIT (Reuters) - A federal judge in Nevada has dismissed a lawsuit by President Donald Trump's re-election campaign that sought to block the state from sending mail-in ballots to every registered voter, a legal victory for Democrats ahead of November's election.
BOSTON (Reuters) - An insurance and private equity executive pleaded guilty on Monday to participating in a vast U.S. college admissions fraud and bribery scheme in which he agreed to pay $40,000 to rig his daughter's ACT college entrance exam.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Manhattan's district attorney said on Monday he might have grounds to investigate President Donald Trump and his businesses for tax fraud, as he seeks to persuade a federal appeals court to let him obtain Trump's tax returns.