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LONDON: Britain may impose new taxes on tech giants like Google and Facebook unless they do more to combat online extremism by taking down material aimed at radicalising people or helping them to prepare attacks, the country's security minister said.
Washington: Bioelectronic healthcare company electroCore LLC said on Tuesday that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had approved its hand-held device to treat cluster headaches.
SYDNEY: Caution gripped Asian shares on Monday ahead of central bank meetings in the United States and Japan this week, while oil prices bounced on talk of an OPEC deal on output and reports of fighting around Libyan oil ports.
AS I watched the BBC news from my hospital bed in London, I am bemused by the political show that is unraveling in the United Kingdom.
NEW YORK: Disgraced Wall Street titan and philanthropist Rajat Gupta was sentenced to only two years in prison, a much lighter sentence than U.S. prosecutors had demanded, even though the federal judge who imposed it on Wednesday called his insider trading crimes disgusting and a terrible breach of trust.
ASHINI was frustrated with her job. Low pay, long hours and a horrible boss that was pushing her to the brink of collapse. She started wondering if she should quit.
Errol Oh sees the award-winning documentary on dolphin slaugher in Japan as a wake-up call for the palm oil industry.
Subang MP Sivarasa Rasiah fields the 10 questions posed by The Star readers.
NEW YORK: Before 2010, Mark Zuckerberg, the 26-year-old co-founder and CEO of Facebook, was primarily known as a mysterious, sweatshirted figure, a Silicon Valley wunderkind familiar mainly to those in tech circles.
TOKYO: A disgruntled worker drove over people at a Mazda factory on Tuesday, killing one and injuring 10, stunning Japan just two years after an auto worker went on a deadly rampage in central Tokyo.