Huawei Demands Verizon Pay $1 Billion For Using 230 Patents

Huawei Demands Verizon Pay $1 Billion For Using 230 Patents

Huawei has hit upon a new strategy for fighting back against the US: leveraging its massive suite of technology patents to try and force American competitors to fork over billions of dollars. And its first target is Verizon, one of its biggest American...
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Venezuela’s Inflation Finally Drops Below 1 Million Percent

Venezuela’s Inflation Finally Drops Below 1 Million Percent

  Annual inflation in the country has dropped below one million percent in May for the first time since 2018, Reuters reports. And how did the country magically start to rope in inflation? The central bank restricted the domestic money supply &#8211...
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United Technologies, Raytheon Combine Into Aerospace, Defense Giant

United Technologies, Raytheon Combine Into Aerospace, Defense Giant

United Technologies and Raytheon agree to all-stock merger that would create aerospace behemoth. Raytheon and United Technologies on Sunday announced they would merge in an all-stock deal, a tie-up that would create a behemoth in the fast-growing defense and a...
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Trump as Stocks Analysts: “Stocks Would Be 10,000 Points Higher If Fed Kept Rates Lower”

Trump as Stocks Analysts: “Stocks Would Be 10,000 Points Higher If Fed Kept Rates Lower”

Barclays is currently forecasting three rate cuts before the end of the year. Now, strategists at the big banks are scrambling to adjust their forecasts fast enough: The team at the biggest American bank by assets in the US now...
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How the Fiat Chrysler and Renault Merger Deal Vaporized

How the Fiat Chrysler and Renault Merger Deal Vaporized

France government wanted a commitment from Renault partner Nissan Motor Co. to back the merger. Abstention, as signaled earlier by the Japanese management — wasn’t good enough. French side fearing that Nissan might begin torpedoing the alliance. It qui...
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Global Economy Cools Faster Than Expected as Trade Tensions Rise, World Bank Says

Global Economy Cools Faster Than Expected as Trade Tensions Rise, World Bank Says

The global economy has stumbled sharply in the first half of the year with trade and investment flows between countries falling faster than expected, according to semiannual forecasts released by the World Bank on Tuesday. With nearly half a year...
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Russia Tested Modernised Missile of the Anti-Ballistic Missile System

Russia Tested Modernised Missile of the Anti-Ballistic Missile System

A new video released Tuesday by the defence ministry shows the test firing of an unnamed modernised missile of the Russian ABM [Anti-Ballistic Missile] system. The defence ministry has remained mum on the nature and specifications of the new weapon, only co...
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Boeing reports faulty parts on 737 wings, including MAX

Boeing reports faulty parts on 737 wings, including MAX

The FAA published a notice warning of defective parts on the wings of around 300 Boeing 737 MAX and 737 NG. The manufacturer requests operators to change the parts. An undisclosed subcontractor has informed Boeing that a batch of leading-edge slat...
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China Unveils 600 km/h Maglev Train

China Unveils 600 km/h Maglev Train

Maglev is train levitating on magnetic field created by electromagnets in rail and China’s state train maker recently unveiled the first prototype of a new maglev train capable of speed 600 kilometers per hour. China Railway Rolling Stock Corporation (CRRC)...
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IndiGo, the low-cost conqueror, is coming for Emirates

IndiGo, the low-cost conqueror, is coming for Emirates

The world’s largest airline by international passengers hit an air pocket in the 12 months through April, with net income falling by more than two-thirds to its lowest level since 2002. On the far side of the Arabian Sea, meanwhile,...
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New Delivery Drones from DHL and Ford

New Delivery Drones from DHL and Ford

DHL Launches First Fully-Automated Drone Delivery Service In China. DHL Express, an international courier, and Ehang, a Chinese company focused on producing intelligent autonomous aerial vehicles, have entered into a partnership to solve the last-mile delivery...
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IMF: Importing US firms and consumers paying for Trump’s trade war

IMF: Importing US firms and consumers paying for Trump’s trade war

IMF experts findings contradict President Trump’s claim that China is footing the trade-war bill. Companies in the U.S. are paying almost all the costs from Donald Trump’s tariffs on Chinese imports, IMF researchers said in findings that dispute th...
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Huawei CEO: Company’s own OS will run Android apps

Huawei CEO: Company’s own OS will run Android apps

Richard Yu – Huawei CEO, has reportedly said that his firm will roll out its own operating system that will support Android apps, potentially blunting the effect of the US’ recent blacklisting of the Chinese company. According to reports from...
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Global Trade Collapsing To Depression Levels

Global Trade Collapsing To Depression Levels

With the trade war between the US and China re-escalating once more, investors are again casting frightened glances at declining global trade volumes, which as Bloomberg writes today, “threaten to upend the global economy’s much-anticipated rebound and...
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Alibaba Blasts Q4 Earnings Estimates

Alibaba Blasts Q4 Earnings Estimates

Sales of Alibaba Group Holding, China’s largest e-shop platform, exceeded analysts’ expectations and increased 51%. The operator of the well-known AliExpress site announced that its sales in the fourth financial quarter ended March 31 were up 51% y...
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