Boeing document dump shows ‘disturbing’ picture on 737 MAX: Official

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NEW YORK: Boeing provided a fresh batch of incriminating documents on the 737 MAX to regulators and congressional investigators, only hours after announcing a...

Aramco CEO says Saudi-Kuwaiti accord paves way for resumption of oil...

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DUBAI: Saudi Aramco said on Wednesday a new agreement between Saudi Arabia and Kuwait paves the way for the resumption of oil production in...

Musk, Taleb and business leaders you can trust

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NEW DELHI: Twitter lit up this weekend with Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, posting: “If Tesla & SpaceX go bankrupt, so will...

The abiding, forever-relevant truth that Trump’s trade war exposed

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By Pankaj Mishra As the year ends, a partial and brief ceasefire seems imminent in Donald Trump’s trade war on the world. The United States...

EU chief warns that new Brexit delay might be necessary

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BRUSSELS: The European Union and Britain will struggle to seal an agreement on trade and other aspects of their future ties after Brexit next...

Banks set for biggest job cull since 2015 as Morgan Stanley...

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By Nicholas Comfort Banks around the world are unveiling the biggest round of job cuts in four years as they slash costs to weather a...

Google faces backlash for removing cryptocurrency videos from YouTube

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MUMBAI: US-based technology behemoth Google has faced backlash from the cryptocurrency trading community for removing — and later reinstating — hundreds of cryptocurrency videos...

Dealmakers eye cross-border M&A recovery as mega mergers roll on

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NEW YORK/LONDON: A rise in large mergers and acquisitions (M&A) helped offset a plunge in cross-border deals in 2019, and many dealmakers say they...

China hails India’s decision on Huawei

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New Delhi: China on Tuesday welcomed India’s decision to allow telecom major Huawei for 5G trials and hoped that "Chinese companies continue to enjoy...

Over 2,000 ‘underpaid, overworked’ Google workers unionised

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SAN FRANCISCO: Despite Google's effort to curb internal activism and deter union activities, nearly 2,300 cafeteria workers who serve meals to employees in the...