• United States expels 15 Cuban diplomats

    United States expels 15 Cuban diplomats

    Economy

    The state department said the USA was cooperating with that investigation while conducting its own. The US State Department was expected to announce the decision as soon as Tuesday, said US media citing the anonymous officials who were familiar with the plan.
  • Uber CEO meets with TfL after licence withdrawal

    Uber CEO meets with TfL after licence withdrawal

    Economy

    Uber's drivers can continue to operate in the capital while the firm pursues an appeal against the decision from the regulator, Transport for London (TfL). London Mayor Sadiq Khan, a Labour politician, supports the regulator's decision, while UK Prime Minister and Conservative Party leader Theresa May said in a BBC interview on Thursday that the city's plan threatened jobs and is "disproportionate".
  • Alexander Hleb makes prediction about Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal

    Alexander Hleb makes prediction about Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal

    Economy

    Sanchez will be expecting to feature for Arsenal when the Gunners take on Brighton at The Emirates in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon. According to Don Balon , Arsenal can possibly make a huge profit in the January transfer window as newly financed AC Milan are looking to bring in the Chilean star for a reported fee of £75m.
  • The UK's manufacturing sector was weaker than expected in September

    The UK's manufacturing sector was weaker than expected in September

    Economy

    Currency weakness was reportedly the main reason leading to higher input costs (the rupiah being under pressure - like other emerging market currencies - amid renewed United States dollar strength). "The weak peso continued to pose a problem for manufacturers". Atul Kariya, manufacturing sector head at accountancy firm MHA MacIntyre Hudson, said: "While it is great to see continued growth in the United Kingdom manufacturing sector, it is likely that these inflationary pressures will go up ...
  • As Puerto Rico awaits Hurricane Maria relief, Donald Trump takes to Twitter

    As Puerto Rico awaits Hurricane Maria relief, Donald Trump takes to Twitter

    Economy

    Trump also lashed out Saturday at media coverage of disaster response, saying "fake news CNN and NBC are going out of their way to disparage our great First Responders as a way to 'get Trump, '" and other networks are "working overtime in Puerto Rico doing their best to take the spirit away from our soldiers and first R's".
  • Air France flight from Paris to LA makes emergency landing in Canada

    Air France flight from Paris to LA makes emergency landing in Canada

    Economy

    Air France flight AF66 from Paris to Los Angeles declared a mayday while flying over the Atlantic, and landed safely at Goose Bay Airport in Labrador a short while ago. Air France has immediately sent personnel from Montreal and NY on site to take care of the passengers. Fortunately the plane was able to land safely.
  • American Ambassador Falsely Claims Israel Occupies Only 2% Of West Bank

    American Ambassador Falsely Claims Israel Occupies Only 2% Of West Bank

    Economy

    The full interview is set to air Thursday night. Americans for Peace Now called on Trump to recall Friedman for making statements that "blatantly contradict long-held United States policy". But Revivi, who is vying to be the next chairman of the Yesha Council, reinforced Friedman's comments. Spokesperson Heather Nauert said on Thursday that Mr Friedman's comments should "not be read as a shift in USA policy".
  • Blackmailer 'who poisoned baby food in supermarkets' arrested

    Blackmailer 'who poisoned baby food in supermarkets' arrested

    Economy

    German authorities have arrested a 55-year-old man suspected of making threats to poison supermarket food unless a large payment was made. Police released a photo of a man, who was suspected of putting jars that included a poisonous substance to the shelves of a supermarket in Friedrichshafen, and appealed to the public to help law enforcements officials find him.
  • Hackers target Whole Foods' credit card data

    Hackers target Whole Foods' credit card data

    Economy

    In recent years Whole Foods has made an effort to open locations in underserved urban areas . Others are in Charlotte, Greensboro, Winston Salem, Burlington and Asheville. It's unclear how many restaurants Whole Foods has. "The company's investigation is ongoing and it will provide additional updates as it learns more", the company said in a bulletin.
  • Where to Get Free Coffee on National Coffee Day

    Where to Get Free Coffee on National Coffee Day

    Economy

    Lyft has you covered. Flavors include the signature Mexican Vanilla and Double Espresso! This Friday is National Coffee Day (following quickly on the heels of National Drink A Beer Day , coincidentally) and the big chains and other notable shops are doing their best to inject caffeine into your bloodstream; get it while you still can .