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Pahela Baisakh bonanza

Pahela Baisakh bonanza

Gronthee, a Class I student of Bangladesh International Tutorial, was thrilled when her mother, Farhana Haque, a teacher of the same school, bought a…
The ransomware that knows where you live

The ransomware that knows where you live

A widely distributed scam email that quoted people’s postal addresses links to a dangerous form of ransomware, according to a security researcher,…
PIO businessman takes charge of Tatas Scottish plants

PIO businessman takes charge of Tatas Scottish plants

Indian-origin businessman and founder of the Liberty Group Sanjeev Gupta on Friday formally took charge of Tata Steel’s loss making plants in Scotland,…
Higher oil prices lift European, US stocks

Higher oil prices lift European, US stocks

AFP, NEW YORK:  Stock markets rebounded in Europe and on Wall Street Friday behind higher oil prices, although worries about the upcoming earnings…
TGIF? Fridays off, but Venezuelans not exactly happy

TGIF? Fridays off, but Venezuelans not exactly happy

AFP, CARACAS:  Ah, long weekends.Three precious days to catch up on sleep, spend time with family, enjoy a getaway... or, in Venezuela, to stand…
Fund crunch hurts SME sector

Fund crunch hurts SME sector

Ensuring greater availability of funds in the local Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) sector will add pace to the national development process, say stakeholders…

Britain urges China to cut steel production

AFP, HONG KONG: British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond yesterday urged China to reduce its steel production levels as the UK grapples with an industry crisis that could see thousands of jobs lost. Speaking with Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi in Beijing, en route to Hiroshima for the G7 Foreign Ministers’…

Wells Fargo pays $1.2b to settle mortgage claims

AFP, NEW YORK:  Wells Fargo will pay $1.2 billion to refund US agencies for wrongly certifying bad loans for federal home insurance ahead of the 2008 housing bust, the Department of Justice announced Friday. The settlement resolves charges that Wells Fargo, a giant in the US mortgage lending, employed…
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