Tuesday, August 14, 2018

USA: Political parties, not voters, choose their presidential nominees.

Political parties, not voters, choose their presidential nominees, a Republican convention rules member told CNBC, a day after GOP front-runner Donald Trump rolled up...

Oil price to fall as market ‘drowns in over-supply’ $22 is the target

PARIS - The oil price is set to fall further this year as supply vastly exceeds demand, with major oil exporter Iran's return to...

TRUMP: Trade wars with Germany?

Newszents: An unverified report from a German Wirtschaftewoches, sent economic messages over Europe that Presiden t Trump is considering 25% tariff increase on German...

China still trying to hack U.S. firms despite Xi’s vow to refrain, analysts say

Washington Post: Chinese government hackers have attempted in the past few weeks to penetrate the networks of U.S. companies to steal their secrets despite...

Hillary Targets Prison Stocks

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton may not be president, but she's moving the markets like she is one. For the second time in three...

European firm invests $6b in Iran’s power sector

TEHRAN- An European firm signed a deal with the Iranian Energy Ministry for making $6 billion investment in Iran’s power sector, Iran’s Government Spokesman...

UK crime agency authorised to seize cash from Nigeria ex-oil minister: court

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's National Crime Agency (NCA) obtained court permission on Monday to temporarily seize 27,000 pounds ($41,000) from a former Nigerian oil...

The fight to get Google to pay for news continues in Europe

Catherine Stupp is a freelance journalist based in Berlin. BERLIN — The European Union’s new commissioner for digital affairs didn’t waste any time. Days before...

China’s richest man sues over false online attribution that was used to attack e-commerce...

NEWSZENTS: WANG Jianlin, chairman of Dalian Wanda Group, has lodged a lawsuit over false attribution under his name on social media, which was used...

The Claim Guys: PPI compensation specialists forced to go elsewhere

THE Claims Guys, one of the country’s largest payment protection insurance compensation firms, is looking to diversify into new markets ahead of a proposed...