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Box just announced a huge partnership deal with IBM

Box just announced a huge partnership deal with IBM

  Box has been focused on going beyond its core file storage business over the past few years, providing more workflow and industry-focused services. And… Read More ›

China could prove to be a honey trap for US investors

China could prove to be a honey trap for US investors

Investors looking for an alternative to the staid and slow growth in the US increasingly seem to be turning to international equities in hopes that… Read More ›

Detroit – Ford Joins Rivals In Ramping Up Pace Of Self-Driving Car Tech

Detroit – Ford Joins Rivals In Ramping Up Pace Of Self-Driving Car Tech

  Detroit – Ford Motor Co is joining other global automakers in stepping up efforts to roll out self-driving cars, company executives said on Tuesday.… Read More ›

Balcony in fatal Berkeley collapse had severe dry rot, report finds

Balcony in fatal Berkeley collapse had severe dry rot, report finds

  A residential balcony that collapsed and killed six students in Berkeley, California, had decayed to the point of severe dry rot, according to a… Read More ›

N.Y. prison break: Mitchell used baked goods to help killers, source says

N.Y. prison break: Mitchell used baked goods to help killers, source says

Cadyville, New York – For months before a pair of convicted murderers made their brazen escape from the Clinton Correctional Facility, prison tailor Joyce Mitchell used… Read More ›

Australian terrorists killed fighting for ISIS, teen wife says

Australian terrorists killed fighting for ISIS, teen wife says

Two of Australia’s most infamous terrorists who left Australia to fight for ISIS have been killed, a close relative said. Khaled Sharrouf and Mohamed Elomar… Read More ›

Iran passes bill to protect nuclear program from deal

Iran passes bill to protect nuclear program from deal

Legislation intensifies confrontation between parliament and President Rouhani, could stymie deal with West   TEHRAN — IRAN’S PARLIAMENT APPROVED A BILL TUESDAY THAT LAWMAKERS SAID… Read More ›

Report: American, Iranian soldiers sharing base in Iraq

Report: American, Iranian soldiers sharing base in Iraq

BloombergView says US troops and Iran-backed Shiite militias are sharing the Taqqadum military base in Iraq; US officials reportedly concerned for their soldiers’ safety. The… Read More ›

Khamenei appears to reject key aspect of Lausanne framework

Khamenei appears to reject key aspect of Lausanne framework

Iran’s supreme leader specifically rejects limits on Tehran’s research and development into nuclear technology that would last a decade or more.   WASHINGTON – Iran’s… Read More ›

Corporate defaults are here

Corporate defaults are here

First things first: Investor desperation for yield, any discernible yield no matter what the risks, and blind confidence that all this will work out somehow… Read More ›

There are several possible reasons for Twitter’s weird CEO shuffle — and they’re all bad

There are several possible reasons for Twitter’s weird CEO shuffle — and they’re all bad

  This morning, Twitter sent a not-very-coded message to shareholders that it would not allow Jack Dorsey to be its permanent CEO unless he stepped down… Read More ›

Oscar-winning composer James Horner feared dead after his plane crashed and burned

Oscar-winning composer James Horner feared dead after his plane crashed and burned

  The Oscar-winning composer behind Titanic hit “My Heart Will Go On”, James Horner, is missing, feared dead, after a plane registered in his name was found crashed… Read More ›

Washington – US Says IS Suspect In Benghazi Attack Killed In Airstrike

Washington – US Says IS Suspect In Benghazi Attack Killed In Airstrike

  Washington – The Pentagon says an Islamic State operative suspected of involvement in the 2012 attack on the U.S. diplomatic outpost in Benghazi, Libya,… Read More ›

New York – NYC To Hire 1,300 Police Officers As Part Of $78.5B Budget

New York – NYC To Hire 1,300 Police Officers As Part Of $78.5B Budget

  New York –  The city is set to hire nearly 1,300 new police officers as part of its $78.5 billion budget agreement, honoring a… Read More ›

Pakistan heat wave claims as many as 140 lives in Karachi

Pakistan heat wave claims as many as 140 lives in Karachi

Islamabad, Pakistan – A record-breaking heat wave baked Pakistan’s largest city, Karachi, over the weekend, killing as many as 140 people. Saturday’s temperature reached 44.8 degrees… Read More ›

Europe gives new Greek plan a cautious welcome

Europe gives new Greek plan a cautious welcome

Europe gave a cautious welcome Monday to new Greek proposals aimed at ending a damaging credit crisis that threatens the country’s future in the euro.… Read More ›

Toxic moonshine kills 99 in Mumbai slum

Toxic moonshine kills 99 in Mumbai slum

Mumbai – Toxic moonshine has killed 99 people and seriously sickened scores of others of drinkers from a Mumbai slum, Indian police say. Forty-six others have… Read More ›

Why Russia’s state oil company is helping Venezuela

Why Russia’s state oil company is helping Venezuela

  Russia’s state-owned oil company may provide its Venezuelan counterpart a much needed loan of $5 billion. Venezuela’s oil company, PDVSA, is in desperate need… Read More ›

Global markets are ‘extremely nervous’ ahead of Greece’s next move

Global markets are ‘extremely nervous’ ahead of Greece’s next move

  TOKYO (Reuters) – US stock futures jumped in early Asian trade on Monday after Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras offered a new package of… Read More ›

New York – Gallup Poll: U.S. Confidence In Police At 22-Year Low

New York – Gallup Poll: U.S. Confidence In Police At 22-Year Low

  New York – Confidence in police in the United States has dropped to the lowest level in more than two decades, with just 52… Read More ›