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Visa transactions hit by service outage

Visa transactions hit by service outage

Long lines were reported at train stations on Friday and businesses lost sales because customers' cards were declined, MarketWatch reported . For around six hours, customers across Europe were affected by the disruption, with some supermarkets reportedly facing angry customers after shoppers were unable to pay for their shopping.


Dog found dead in carrier during Delta Air Lines layover

Dog found dead in carrier during Delta Air Lines layover

That's exactly what happened, and somebody has to be responsible for it. The owners, Michael Dellegrazie and his girlfriend, were traveling from Phoenix to NY and chose to put their 8-year-old Pomeranian, Alejandro, on a plane so they could pick the dog up at the Newark airport.



Google Project Maven AI contract won’t be renewed in 2019

The New York Times and tech news website Gizmodo cited unnamed sources as saying that a Google's cloud team executive announced told employees on Friday that the company would not seek to renew the controversial contract after it expires next year.


Amazon to block Australians from global websites

Amazon to block Australians from global websites

Amazon shares closed higher in the US Wednesday, ahead of news the global tech and etailer giant plans to block Australian users from its US site from July. One of Australia's leading retailers, Mr Gerry Harvey, the executive chairman of Harvey Norman, welcomed the government's decision and criticised Amazon for its attitude.


Deutsche Bank on United States 'troubled' list

Deutsche Bank on United States 'troubled' list

Currently, Deutsche Bank AG (NYSE:DB) has an average volume of 4.44 Million. The company's stock is now moving with a -ve distance from the 200 day SMA of approximately -29.92%, and has a solid year to date (YTD) performance of -39.2% which means that the stock is constantly adding to its value from the previous fiscal year end price .


United States oil inventories decreased in week ending May 25

United States oil inventories decreased in week ending May 25

Commodities were slightly weaker at the end of the week, with traders pushing West Texas Intermediate crude oil futures lower on the back of a stronger U.S. During the said week, Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC)'s basket price stood at $76.41 per barrel with 65 cents increase compared to the preceding week.