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Investors Given Extra Month to Divest of Russia's Sanctions-hit Rusal

Investors Given Extra Month to Divest of Russia's Sanctions-hit Rusal

Deripaska is the investor who fits the description. Following the release of the ministry's announcement, the shares of Rusal rose against the falling aluminum prices. En+ announced last week that Deripaska would be reducing his stake to less than 50 percent and resigning from its board of directors. The U.S. said on Tuesday that it aims "to address difficulties [which] blocked U.S.


Facebook blames 'bug' for odd hate speech prompt

Facebook blames 'bug' for odd hate speech prompt

It would appear that due to the presence of these seemingly unfinished options as well as the fact that Facebook ended up pulling the option from their site just a few hours ago, this was only a test run for Facebook. The hate speech dialog box even showed up on posts from the creator of Facebook himself, Mark Zuckerberg . No hate speech worse than Japanese food thriving in Austin .


Comm Bank confirms it lost customer information for nearly 20M accounts

Comm Bank confirms it lost customer information for nearly 20M accounts

Customers were not informed of the loss, though it was reported to the Australian Information Commissioner and the Australian Prudential Regulation Authority. The Commonwealth Bank has taken two years to admit it lost 15 years' worth of customer statements which included names, addresses and account numbers.


Mobile reports 8.8 percent rise in quarterly revenue

Mobile reports 8.8 percent rise in quarterly revenue

Sprint's network performance ratings have slowly but surely been improving , and several years of penny pinching have paid dividends. Pedestrians walk past a T-Mobile store in New York City on Friday. Democratic Senator Ed Markey called for a hearing on the proposed combined company that would have more than 120 million subscribers and be 42 percent-owned by Deutsche Telekom.


Black men arrested at Starbucks settle for $1 each and $200000 programme

Black men arrested at Starbucks settle for $1 each and $200000 programme

Additionally, the two men have asked the city to pledge $200,000 to develop programs for young entrepreneurs. Protests after two black men were arrested April 12, 2018 , for sitting at a Starbucks cafe without ordering anything. Robinson and Nelson have also been offered the opportunity to complete their undergraduate degrees through the Starbucks College Achievement Plan, a first-of-its-kind partnership with Arizona State University otherwise available to Starbucks partners to earn their ...



Dating sites Match, IAC fall after Facebook enters match-making

The firm has "Buy" rating given on Friday, March 2 by Piper Jaffray. (NASDAQ:MTCH) to report earnings on May, 1. Match Group had a return on equity of 31.33% and a net margin of 26.31%. Also, President Sharmistha Dubey sold 141,149 shares of the business's stock in a transaction dated Monday, February 12th. The stock was sold at an average price of $40.09, for a total transaction of $227,550.84.