X Factor' star Freddie Combs dead after 'brief illness'
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X Factor' star Freddie Combs dead after 'brief illness'
It is likely to contribute to the global supply chain crisis and inflation, analysts told the BBC.
Bluechiip Limited (ASX:BCT) (FRA:1BL) is pleased to release its Appendix 4C - Quarterly Cashflow report and update for the quarter ended 30 September 2021.
Wednesday's Schedule MLB World Series Houston 7 Atlanta 2 (Series tied 1-1) --- NHL Detroit 3 Washington 2 (OT) Florida 4 Boston 1 Toronto 3 Chicago 2 (OT) Vegas 3 Dallas 2 (OT) Philadelphia 5 Edmonton 3 --- NBA Charlotte 120 Orlando 111 Miami 106 Brooklyn 93 Toronto 118 Indiana 100 Atlanta 102 New Orleans 99 Washington 116 Boston 107 Minnesota 113 Milwaukee 108 Oklahoma City 123 L.A. Lakers 115 Sacramento 110 Phoenix 107 Portland 116 Memphis 96 Cleveland 92 L.A. Clippers 79 --- MLS New England
Nokia reported a stronger-than-expected third-quarter operating profit on Thursday, with more telecom operators switching to 5G services and as the telecom equipment maker's efforts to trim costs took hold. The company, which has been getting back on track following product missteps last year, also followed Nordic rival Ericsson in flagging about global semiconductor shortage starting to hit supply. "The uncertainty around the global semiconductor market limits our visibility into Q4 and 2022," Chief Executive Officer Pekka Lundmark said in a statement.
Citigroup wants to pursue a banking license in Saudi Arabia to further boost its business in the kingdom by expanding into trade finance and treasury solutions, a senior executive said. Citi was awarded a Saudi capital markets licence in 2017, allowing it to return to the kingdom in 2018 after a 13-year absence. It advised Saudi Aramco on its $29.4 billion listing in 2019, in what was the world's biggest initial public offering, as well as on several sovereign and corporate bond deals.
Despite a crackdown on crypto, Beijing is pouring resources on blockchain for government and enterprise.
An Australian regulator said it wants to make Google install a "choice screen" on smartphones so users can pick another search engine if they want, a step toward challenging the Alphabet Inc unit's dominance of the search market. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) also wants to limit Google's ability to pay Apple Inc to have its search engine installed as the default option on the smartphone maker's devices, the regulator said in a report on Thursday. The measures would put Australia roughly in line with Europe, which has forced Google to offer a choice of search engine on phones using its Android operating system.
JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — A monk was made to hop like a frog, in a humiliation tactic. An accountant was shocked with electric probes. An artist was beaten in the head with a baton until he passed out. Since the military took over Myanmar’s government in February, it has tortured detainees held across the country in a methodical and systemic way, an Associated Press investigation has found. The military has also abducted thousands, including young men and boys; used the bodies of the dead and wo
Rise in population base along with increasing demand for food, limited agricultural land, issues such as soil erosion and degradation, and surge in awareness among end-users regarding the benefits of agrochemicals have boosted the growth of the global agrochemicals market. The market across Asia-Pacific held the largest share in 2020, accounting for more than half of the market. The Covid-19 pandemic had a negative impact on the supply chain for several agrochemical products.Portland, OR, Oct. 2
The Chancellor delivered a Budget that increases taxation and spending to levels not seen for decades.
The decision is being seen as part of a larger bid to crackdown on vanity projects.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen will use her third trip to Europe to push a slew of White House global economic priorities on corporate taxes, climate financing, preventing new pandemics and easing inflationary supply chain disruptions. Over the next week, she will make the pitches at Group of 20 meetings in Rome and at the United Nations Climate Change Conference 26 (COP26) in Glasgow, with an interim stop in Ireland to thank the low-tax country for its hard-fought decision to support a deal for a 15% global minimum corporate tax. U.S. President Joe Biden and other G20 leaders at a weekend summit are expected to endorse the tax deal agreed by 136 countries, cementing progress made this year under Yellen's leadership.
OSAKA, Japan, October 28, 2021--Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited (TOKYO:4502/NYSE:TAK) ("Takeda") today announced financial results for the first half of fiscal year 2021 (period ended September 30, 2021). Based on the strong first half results, the company also confirmed its fiscal year 2021 management guidance.
Taiwan’s defense minister says that Taiwan must be prepared to defend itself and could not entirely depend on other countries to help if China were to launch an attack against the island, even as Taiwan’s president says she has faith the US would defend it
The Reds are through to the quarter-finals despite Jurgen Klopp heavily rotating his squad
Stellantis, the world's fourth largest automaker, said on Thursday its revenue fell 14% on a pro-forma basis in the third quarter, mainly due to a loss of 600,000 vehicles or 30% of planned production, following the chip crisis. "The level of chip shortage was probably slightly higher that what we had expected when we last spoke to the market in August," Chief Financial Officer Richard Palmer said, adding the full-year total toll of lost production due to the chip crisis would top a previous forecast of 1.4 million units.
This mobile repair shop is run by Syrian women Location: Idlib, Syria Single mothers and widows opened the shop after an intensive training program on how to dismantle mobile phonesThey can now offer repairs that were previously done only by men(SOUNDBITE) (Arabic) SYRIAN WOMAN, SIBA AWAD, SAYING:"At first it was difficult fixing mobile phones.""But trainers encouraged us, saying women are capable of working. Women generally have more precision when working. That is the reason for our success."The women can now provide a stable living for their familiesThey say the majority of their clientele are other women who feel safer handing them their phones due to privacy concerns
Japanese electronics and entertainment conglomerate, Sony Group saw revenues rise in its music, games and pictures units in the second quarter of its current financial year. But group profits were halved from JPY459 billion to $2.50 billion (JPY283 billion). The company reported its figures for the three months from July to September on Thursday afternoon […]
Youri Tielemans and Timo Werner are also being talked about.
The boss of the UK's forecaster says Brexit will be worse for the economy than Covid.