• New human 'organ' that protects vital tissues identified
New human 'organ' that protects vital tissues identified

Co-senior study author Dr. Neil Theise , a professor of pathology at New York University Langone School of Medicine, noted that scientists may have been describing the interstitium in past research papers except that they "didn't know what they were looking at".

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  • Barclays agrees to pay $2bn to settle United States fraud case
Barclays agrees to pay $2bn to settle United States fraud case

The $2 billion is the amount Barclays had previously told Justice was the most it would pay, and it is much less than the $5 billion Justice demanded. Barclays said the settlement resolved "all actual and potential civil claims" by the justice department relating to securitisation, underwriting and sale of mortgage-backed securities in the peri...

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  • Tesla shares tumble on Moody's downgrade and another fatal crash
Tesla shares tumble on Moody's downgrade and another fatal crash

It has underperformed by 8.23% the S&P500.The move comes after 5 months negative chart setup for the $43.71B company. ENEVA SA AMERICAN DEPOSITARY RECEIPTS - (OTCMKTS:ENEVY) had a decrease of 67.21% in short interest. Finally, UBS upped their price objective on Tesla to $365.00 and gave the company a "hold" rating in a research report on Thursd...

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  • Facebook revamps privacy tools as tighter European Union rules draw near
Facebook revamps privacy tools as tighter European Union rules draw near

The updates are explained in a company blog post published on March 28 by chief privacy officer Erin Egan and deputy general counsel Ashlie Beringer. This is partly where the Cambridge Analytica scandal began, as a the developer of a seemingly innocent quiz application with a few hundred thousand users was able to access the information of ev...

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  • Everything you need to know about the Saudi-SoftBank solar power project
Everything you need to know about the Saudi-SoftBank solar power project

The deal is the first major investment by the fund in Saudi Arabia. "This is bold, risky and we hope to be successful", said Prince Mohammad Bin Salman Al Saud. Although the kingdom has been endeavoring to enter the clean energy sector for years, it started working on the first projects only in 2017, gathering offers for a 300-megawatt plant in Oct...

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  • Walmart Partners With Conservative Group To Remove Cosmo From Checkout Lines
Walmart Partners With Conservative Group To Remove Cosmo From Checkout Lines

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation, founded in 1962 to combat pornography and sex trafficking, has also recently pushed back on commercials and media content it has deemed sexually explicit. "I'm embarrassed for Hawkins because she just broadcasted to the entire country that she is a woman who has no idea what #MeToo means ". Victoria Hear...

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  • Twitter To Start Banning Cryptocurrency Ads
Twitter To Start Banning Cryptocurrency Ads

Some of these scams are advertised across social media and it led to these companies to take action. Bitcoin dropped by 5% to record $7,989 while Ethereum lost 10.4% of its value reaching $459 following Twitter's revelation about a ban on cryptocurrency ads.

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  • Arizona orders Uber to stop testing self-driving cars in the state
Arizona orders Uber to stop testing self-driving cars in the state

But in the aftermath of Herzberg's death, Ducey said that safety remains the top priority. The head of Mobileye said on Monday its computer vision system would have detected the pedestrian who was killed in Arizona by a self-driving Uber vehicle, and called for a concerted move to validate the safety of autonomous vehicles.

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  • White House denies adult film actress' alleged affair with Trump
White House denies adult film actress' alleged affair with Trump

First, he insisted that the White House didn't engage in any wrongdoing in dealing with Stormy Daniels-which is definitely true, considering the fact that it was President Obama who lived and worked there at the time . Trump has not spoken publicly about the allegations. "Mr. Cohen paid the 130,000 dollars, but the reason is to protect busines...

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  • Waymo and Jaguar to build a fleet of all-electric self-driving cars
Waymo and Jaguar to build a fleet of all-electric self-driving cars

This morning at Chelsea Piers in NYC, Waymo CEO John Krafcik announced a new model of vehicle powered by Waymo's self-driving technology. "This is a production-ready vehicle". Waymo, a subsidiary of Google's parent company Alphabet, has been busy already this year, with talk of applying its autonomous driving tech to trucks and releasing an im...

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  • Global merchants dominate debut trade of Shanghai crude futures
Global merchants dominate debut trade of Shanghai crude futures

The long-heralded trading debut of the crude oil futures - the first commodity futures contract that allows foreign traders to participate - comes after China surpassed the United States to become the world's largest crude importer in 2017.

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  • JD Sports crosses Finish Line in the race to become global player
JD Sports crosses Finish Line in the race to become global player

The takeover, which offers JD an opportunity to expand its footprint into the world's largest sportswear market, is expected to make a "small incremental positive" contribution to its results and earnings per share in the year to February 2, 2019, according to a statement issued by the company.

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  • United Kingdom judge approves warrant to search Cambridge Analytica offices
United Kingdom judge approves warrant to search Cambridge Analytica offices

The ads signed by Mark Zuckerberg said a quiz app built by a Cambridge University researcher leaked Facebook data of millions of people four years ago. Late on Friday, a High Court judge granted an application by the UK Information Commissioner's Office for a warrant to search Cambridge Analytica's offices.

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  • US Joins Global Reprimand Of Putin With Diplomatic Expulsions
US Joins Global Reprimand Of Putin With Diplomatic Expulsions

The strong U.S. move comes after the United Kingdom alleged that on March 4, Russian Federation used a military-grade nerve agent to attempt to murder a British citizen and his daughter in Salisbury. Re-elected to a fourth term on March 18, Putin calls the British accusations "drivel, rubbish". Moscow has denied any involvement in the incid...

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  • Grab acquires Uber's operations in PH, SEA
Grab acquires Uber's operations in PH, SEA

The sale of Uber's regional business marks the first major consolidation efforts among ride-hailing companies in Southeast Asia. When asked if Uber was planning any further deals to unload global operations and hold stakes in competitors, Khosrowshahi said in a note to employees: "It is fair to ask whether consolidation is now the strateg...

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  • Gun Manufacturer Remington Declares Bankruptcy Amid Low Sales and Sandy Hook Lawsuits
Gun Manufacturer Remington Declares Bankruptcy Amid Low Sales and Sandy Hook Lawsuits

It's not clear whether the bankruptcy will affect a major class action settlement. In addition to manufacturing the AR-15, it also makes the Bushmaster-style rifle used in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. The bankruptcy filing comes as the industry faces pressure over school shootings; thousands of students, educators ...

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  • China extends its influence on the crude oil market to pricing
China extends its influence on the crude oil market to pricing

Denominating oil contracts in yuan would promote the use of China's currency in global trade, one of the country's key long-term goals. Yuan-denominated trading and a blend of new rules and regulatory burdens will also likely hamper initial take-up on the Shanghai International Energy Exchange (INE), executives at a dozen banks and brokers an...

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  • Trump to Host France's Macron at Mount Vernon
Trump to Host France's Macron at Mount Vernon

Mayor Eric Menassi of Trebes, a town of 6,000, said people there were forever marked. The gunman then shot at four National Police officers who were jogging in Carcassonne. Col. Beltrame. The excitement marks the beginning of planned strikes and stops work in the coming months. According to a source close to the investigation, Lakdim had hint...

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  • Ok, You've Deleted Facebook, But is Your Data Still Out There?
Ok, You've Deleted Facebook, But is Your Data Still Out There?

I'm really sorry this happened. Mozilla's moves come after revelations about how Cambridge Analytica was able to siphon data about millions of us on Facebook then feed that profile information into USA and United Kingdom political campaigns.

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  • Madison Bumgarner pitching hand broken after being hit by line drive
Madison Bumgarner pitching hand broken after being hit by line drive

But I can handle it", Bumgarner said . He finished the season with a 4-9 record in 17 starts and a 3.32 ERA (his first 3.00+ ERA since 2012), 1.6 BB/9 and 8.2 SO/9 over 111 innings. While he missed significant time following the off-field accident, he has been durable on the field in previous seasons and entered the 2017 campaign having made more ...

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