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American telcos have a middle ground with the aviation industry, delaying part of their 5G network rollout that are closer to airports.
BANGKOK (Bloomberg): Two of Thailand's former ministers who backed coup leader-turned-premier Prayut Chan-O-Cha are set to launch a new political party on Wednesday (Jan 19) that aims to help revive an economy battered by the pandemic.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia threw out an invitation to backpackers on Wednesday, seeking reinforcements for a workforce crippled by an Omicron COVID-19 outbreak as the country's health system creaks under the pandemic's strain with more deaths predicted in weeks ahead.
LONDON (Reuters) - Fulham became the first English side to score six goals or more in three successive matches for 88 years as they thumped Birmingham City 6-2 on Tuesday.
BRIGHTON, England (Reuters) - Hakim Ziyech refused to celebrate his opener for Chelsea in the 1-1 draw at Brighton and Hove Albion and spent much of the first half bickering with team mate Romelu Lukaku on Tuesday.
(Reuters) -Holders Borussia Dortmund suffered a shock exit from the German Cup at the hands of second-tier leaders St Pauli on Tuesday, going down 2-1 in the third round.
BRIGHTON, England (Reuters) - Chelsea's winless run in the Premier League stretched to four matches on Tuesday, as a 1-1 draw away to Brighton and Hove Albion saw their slender titles hopes suffer yet more damage.
NEW YORK: BlackRock Inc chief executive officer Larry Fink (pic) urged companies to engage with all stakeholders to secure long-term profitability, defending his approach to capitalism as the head of the world’s largest asset manager.
(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp is buying "Call of Duty" maker Activision Blizzard for $68.7 billion in the biggest gaming industry deal in history as global technology giants stake their claims to a virtual future.