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iPhone X launched

The iPhone X is more than just another iPhone. It’s a top-to-bottom redesign with a bright and colorful edge-to-edge OLED screen, depth-sensing front cameras, wireless charging, and the most powerful Apple-designed processor ever engineered. In other words, it’s the Cadillac of smartphones, and that’s reflected in its price tag: The iPhone X starts at ...

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McDonald’s terminates franchise agreement for 169 outlets in India

McDonald’s, the U.S. fast food chain, terminated its franchise agreement on Monday for 169 outlets in India. The termination will see closure of the company’s restaurants in north and east India. The Indian unit of McDonald’s said on Monday that it has ended the pact with Connaught Plaza Restaurants Private ...

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Uber names Expedia boss

Uber has chosen Expedia boss Dara Khosrowshahi to be its chief executive, ending months of speculation in the firm’s search for a new leader. The decision was made by Uber’s board late on Sunday, a source told the BBC, but the company has made no official announcement. Mr Khosrowshahi would ...

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At only 27 years, Elizabeth Marami is charting the path less travelled and breaking gender barriers that have been in place for so long. Her courage would see her swim away from the waters of comfort to take up a comprehensive and challenging course in navigation and become a marine pilot. Intimidating ...

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Like father, like son

SEOUL (Reuters) – The billionaire head of South Korea’s Samsung Group, Jay Y. Lee, was sentenced to five years in jail for bribery on Friday in a watershed for the country’s decades-long economic order dominated by powerful, family-run conglomerates. After a six-month trial over a scandal that brought down the ...

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Kenya’s first 120kph expressway to kick off

Kenya’s first high-speed expressway connecting Nairobi and Mombasa is set to start following the signing of a financing deal last week. Expressways, a common infrastructural feature in developed countries, are designed for high speed traffic averaging speeds of about 120 kilometres per hour. According to the State agency, design and ...

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Merck CEO resigns

Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier resigned from President Trump’s American Manufacturing Council after Trump drew fire from across the political spectrum for not specifically denouncing the far right after deadly violence in Charlottesville.

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South African Airways ‘is on verge of bankruptcy’

It is thought the national carrier may soon be unable to pay salaries. The cash-flow statement shown to MPs and seen by the BBC paints a picture of an airline haemorrhaging cash. It says that matters may improve by October, but only if it gets a 792m-rand (£45m) bailout from ...

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