• The Pokemon GO European release is underway
The Pokemon GO European release is underway

Pokémon Go players suffered a bit of a scare earlier this week when it was discovered that the app had "full access" to the Google accounts of those playing the game on iOS . Other safety concerns have also been raised after at least one attempted armed robbery was reported in the United States and a woman discovered a dead body while searchin...

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  • Where Focus Is On As Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) Reports 2Q
Where Focus Is On As Yahoo! Inc. (NASDAQ:YHOO) Reports 2Q

For the full year it expects revenues between $3.4 billion and $3.6 billion, bracketing the $3.51 billion analysts are expecting. Bidders in the sale of Yahoo include Verizon, AT&T, Berkshire Hathaway, and Dan Gilbert of Quicken Loans . Revenue from "Mavens" - a financial metric the company introduced a year ago to track mobile, video, native an...

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  • Oil Prices Little Changed As Market Shrugs Off Turkey Coup Bid
Oil Prices Little Changed As Market Shrugs Off Turkey Coup Bid

On an hourly chart, Brent crude oil prices are seen bouncing from a rising trendline from July 11 lows, and a strong bullish candle has set support at $46.48 for the day. "Run cuts generate a very direct mechanism to hurting crude prices", Vikas Dwivedi, an oil and gas strategist at Macquarie Capital (USA) Inc.in Houston, said by telephone.

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  • Europe Bemoans Boris Johnson's Ascension
Europe Bemoans Boris Johnson's Ascension

Because the United States taxes its citizens on earnings across the world, Johnson owed US taxes on the 2009 sale of his London home, a bill he paid only previous year, according to British media. Johnson was the second appointment in May's new government, after she shifted Philip Hammond from the Foreign Office post to become Britain's new finan...

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  • JPMorgan Earnings Top Estimates on Higher Trading revenue and Loan Growth
JPMorgan Earnings Top Estimates on Higher Trading revenue and Loan Growth

Their rate would rise to $12 or $16.50 an hour over the next three years, depending on where they are located, the company said. Despite top executives who make large sums of money, 30.4 percent of bank workers, or 1 in 3, make less than $15 an hour.

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  • Day 4: Protests continue in Kashmir amid curfew
Day 4: Protests continue in Kashmir amid curfew

A curfew in the region first issued Saturday remains in place, S.J.M. Geelani, Kashmir Zone police chief, told CNN. "A day after the Pakistani government, along with Mumbai attack mastermind Hafiz Saeed condemned the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani, India has retaliated by warning Pakistan to refrain from 'interfering in the interna...

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  • Pokemon GO - Has Nintendo Captured the Casuals Again?
Pokemon GO - Has Nintendo Captured the Casuals Again?

The app's update has made Germany as the fourth country to receive the official application, according to Androidpolice.com, on Thursday, July 14, 2016. It is believed that " Pokemon Go " will soon outpace social sites like Twitter in terms of apps being used every day. Other government ministries did not respond to faxed questions about the game.

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  • Tesoro settles over alleged Clean Air Act violations
Tesoro settles over alleged Clean Air Act violations

Under the settlement, the two oil companies will spend about $403 million to install and operate pollution control equipment. The settlement also requires Tesoro to pay an additional $1 million to fund purchase of natural gas-powered school buses in Northern California.

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  • Herbalife Agrees To $200M Settlement With FTC, Will Stop 'Deceptive' Practices
Herbalife Agrees To $200M Settlement With FTC, Will Stop 'Deceptive' Practices

Ackman made allegations that the company was effectively a fraudulent pyramid scheme, prompting the U.S. Federal Trade Commission to open a probe into Herbalife in 2014. As noted in The Atlantic , Herbalife is not a "direct-selling company", meaning you can't buy its goods from stores. The settlement would represent a significant loss for...

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  • Hawaiian Electric, NextEra walk away from merger plans
Hawaiian Electric, NextEra walk away from merger plans

Fortis' arrangement to provide LNG to the Hawaiian Electric Companies (HECO Companies) to be used for local power generation has run into difficulties following a recent decision by the Hawaiian Public Utilities Commission (PUC). Virtually every party in the PUC proceeding opposed NextEra's proposal, The Alliance for Solar Choice said in a statemen...

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  • France mourns Nice attack victims in one-minute silence
France mourns Nice attack victims in one-minute silence

Among those at the ceremony in Nice was French Prime Minister Manuel Valls, and people fell silent across the nation to remember the victims. The French government has come under pressure for failing to thwart the third major attack on French soil in the past 18 months.

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  • Bangladesh indicts 41 on murder charges in 2013 factory fall
Bangladesh indicts 41 on murder charges in 2013 factory fall

Another seven who absconded will be tried in absentia , said Mizanur Rahman, a public prosecutor. Another Dhaka court on April 28 took the charges into cognizance against the 41 people. Duty-free access to western markets and low wages for its workers helped turn Bangladesh's garment exports into a $28bn-a-year industry that is the economic life...

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  • SoftBank to Buy Smartphone Chip Designer ARM for Around $31 Bn
SoftBank to Buy Smartphone Chip Designer ARM for Around $31 Bn

ARM is known as an innovator in the Internet of Things field, with its technology implemented in a majority of smartphones and digital cameras. History: SoftBank was the first company to offer the iPhone in Japan. May's official spokeswoman said the swoop "was a clear vote of confidence in Britain" and showed that the country could make a succes...

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  • Turkey's main opposition urges respect for rule of law in coup response
Turkey's main opposition urges respect for rule of law in coup response

At least 265 people were killed in clashes when parts of the Turkish military attempted to seize power. It is not clear how the post-coup purge will affect the judiciary, how the government will move to replace the dismissed judges and prosecutors, or where the trials for those detained would be held.

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  • Japan's SoftBank to buy British chipmaker ARM
Japan's SoftBank to buy British chipmaker ARM

ARM Holdings, which started life as a small lab in a converted barn, has now grown into a company whose designs are found in 95 per cent of smartphones and which gets royalties every time clients such as Apple , Samsung and Qualcomm adopts one of its designs, which are known for their power-saving and efficiency.

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  • Baltimore officer acquitted in police custody death of Freddie Gray
Baltimore officer acquitted in police custody death of Freddie Gray

Rice had faced charges of involuntary manslaughter, reckless endangerment and misconduct in office. Legal experts have said Goodson's acquittal last month could set the tone for officers still awaiting trial. Tensions were heightened further after police officers were killed in Dallas and Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Officer William Porter's December tr...

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  • The Trump show rolls into Cleveland convention
The Trump show rolls into Cleveland convention

That's what we're here to support", said Tim Schneider, chairman of the IL delegation. The abstain maneuver failed as well. Marco Rubio, New Mexico Gov. There is no motive for the shooting yet, which took place almost two weeks after the deadly officer-involved shooting of Alton Sterling outside of a Baton Rouge convenience store.

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  • Fiat Chrysler under investigation for fraud
Fiat Chrysler under investigation for fraud

Details are scarce, but Automotive News reported early Monday afternoon that Federal Bureau of Investigation and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) investigators have visited U.S. The group alleges that an FCA executive offered Napleton $20,000 to falsely report sales of 40 new vehicles. Fiat acquired Chrysler in 2014 after Chrysler ...

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  • NewsAlert:Investigation confirms Russian doping
NewsAlert:Investigation confirms Russian doping

There have been calls for a blanket ban for Russian athletes at the Olympic Games in Rio next month should Russia be found guilty of wrongdoing in the investigation into Sochi 2014. Furthermore, it showed the Sports Ministry "directed, controlled and oversaw" a "unique" method of sample manipulation at the Winter Olympic Games two years' ago, invol...

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  • Warwick Davis Returns For Star Wars: Rogue One
Warwick Davis Returns For Star Wars: Rogue One

Edwards also introduced behind-the-scenes footage from the film during the Rogue One panel at the ExCel exhibition centre. Numerous actors from the film, speaking at the Rogue One panel event, commented on how gritty the film felt, which perhaps sets it apart from other Star Wars films.

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