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MAJOR stockbrokers have yet to press the force selling button, which may affect as low as 20 companies and the tally may go up to 30 companies.
Facebook on March 5 began taking down ads for the reelection campaign of US President Donald Trump that direct people to a survey labelled a "census”, hours after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said people would confuse it with the once-a-decade head count.
Carolling is a time honoured tradition among Christians, and embody what Christmas is all about.
In New York, a city famous for always being on the go, grocery shopping can be time consuming.
Amazon's cloud computing customers have to decide themselves how best to protect sensitive information online, a senior executive said on Tuesday, following accusations by US lawmakers that the web giant has not done enough to secure data on its servers.
BRASILIA (Reuters) - The election of leftist Alberto Fernandez in Argentina, who Brazil's right-wing President Jair Bolsonaro has called a "red bandit," sets the stage for a run-in between South America's two biggest economies that could derail their Mercosur trade bloc.
Charging elderly clients just 1 yuan (59sen) a day, little-known Lanchuang Network Technology Corp has embarked on one of the most ambitious undertakings in aged care by a private sector firm in China.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Howard Webb has more experience than most of officiating top flight football matches and his stint in North America's Major League Soccer has convinced him that Video Assistant Referees (VAR) will only improve the English Premier League.
It’s a sunny day in March and “Machine Planet” is flying a single-engine Cessna over Northern California. He’s cruising at 1,500 feet toward a massive lot leased by electric-car maker Tesla. His mission: to burst the Tesla bubble. And make some money doing it.