Tim Cook has an idea of who’s sending Trump’s 3 AM tweets

June 11, 2017

It's *obviously* college kids.Image: AP/REX/Shutterstock UPDATED (4:00 p.m. ET) to include a few more quotes from Cook President Donald Trump’s tweets are finding their way into everything nowadays … even Tim Cook’s commencement speech at MIT. SEE ALSO: Trump Twitter bot reminds us that all his tweets are coming from the White House The Apple CEO took a swipe at Trump’s infamous Twitter habits Friday, just a few hours after…

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URGENT: The Latest: 3 Australians Among Injured in London Attacks

June 6, 2017

London (AP) — The latest on the attacks in the London Bridge area (all times local): 12:18 a.m. Australia's foreign minister says three Australians have been injured in the knife attacks at London Bridge and in London's Borough Market. Foreign Minister Julie Bishop says Candice Hedge is recovering in St. Thomas' Hospital and Andrew Morrison had received stitches for a wound and was on his way home to Australia. Both…

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Run, Hide, Tell? London Attack Response Likely Saved Lives

June 5, 2017

( AP) — College student Vashu Tyagi was leaving his dorm and heading to a nearby bar to celebrate the end of class Saturday night in London when he saw parties flowing furiously down the street. As three adults with massive bayonets moved through the locality, jabbing anyone in their itinerary, police screamed at Tyagi and others to get back inside — an say he ascribes with saving his life….

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BMW to Seek Compensation From Bosch for Car-Production Stoppage

May 31, 2017

Robert Bosch GmbH after missing parts for models including the bestselling 3-Series sedan caused production stoppages in Germany, China and South Africa. A lack of steering gears supplied by Bosch, the world’s largest car parts supplier, means there’s only limited vehicle production at various German plants, while factories in Tiexi, China, and Rosslyn, South Africa, have moved up or extended planned interruptions, BMW purchasing chief Markus Duesmann said Monday in…

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Japan’s BITPoint to Add Bitcoin Payments to 100,000s of Outlets

May 29, 2017

BITPoint Japan Co., the company behind pay for tickets, is planning to give hundreds of thousands of Japanese retail outlets the ability to accept the digital currency. “We’re holding discussions with a retail-related company,” Genki Oda, BITPoint’s president, said in a recent interview. “By going through a company providing payment terminal services to shops, we have the possibility of increasing its use at one stroke. It’s easier than talking to lots of…

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How to Earn Millions in China’s App Economy

May 29, 2017

Subscribe to  on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to  on Pocket Casts  In the U.S., free content — whether that's cooking tutorials on YouTube or the latest news on Twitter — is supported by advertising. In China, however, companies have succeeded in getting people to directly pay for what they consume, opening up a new source of revenue for the booming app industry and lucrative opportunities for content creators. This week, Bloomberg Technology's Selina…

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Warning Signs Flash in South Korea as Investors Dump Stock ETFs

May 24, 2017

Cracks are emerging in South Korea’s stock market, which has been showing remarkable resilience to a range of pressures, not least tension with the North. Global investors have pulled $2.17 billion from equity exchange-traded funds focused on South Korea this year, even as those securities have returned 12 percent on average, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. ETF, which aims to closely track the Kospi 200 Index. Net outflows from…

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Move Over Tesla, Europe’s Building Its Own Battery Gigafactories

May 24, 2017

Battery-making gigafactories are about to arrive in Europe, objection a lead Daimler AG, which produces Mercedes-Benz and Maybach luxury cars. The facility 130 kilometers (8 1 miles) south of Berlin foregrounds a pushing by both major automakers and power companies into exertion storage. The engineering is crucial to drive the next generation of dark-green motor vehicles and to regarded electricity from wind and solar farms for when it’s needed most….

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Madoff Fund Paid Millions to Breeden Firm, Zero to Victims

May 24, 2017

A firm hired by the U.S. to distribute $4 billion to victims of Bernard Madoff’s Ponzi scheme has racked up $38.8 million in billings over four years. The investors are still waiting for their first checks, though. The Justice Department disclosed its payments to Richard Breeden, the Madoff Victim Fund administrator, in response to a Freedom of Information Act request from Bloomberg News. Breeden’s fees, which are being paid from cash in the…

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