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Netflix stock lifts on China rumors
Netflix stock lifts on China rumors

Netflix shares surged after news reports that the streaming television giant was in talks to begin operations in China.

Netflix stock lifts on China rumors
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Samruk Kazyna may waive services of foreign experts

Chief Human Resources Officer at Sovereign Wealth Fund of Kazakhstan Samruk Kazyna says that the fund may reduce the number of its foreign experts in the near future.

Samruk Kazyna may waive services of foreign experts
Askar Zhumagaliev. Photo © tengrinews.kz
Askar Zhumagaliev appointed Chairman of KazAtomProm

Askar Zhumagaliev has been appointed the Chairman of the Board of KazAtomProm national nuclear company of Kazakhstan.

Askar Zhumagaliev appointed Chairman of KazAtomProm
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Google's home campus dreams dashed by local officials

Google was stinging from a decision by local officials to reject the bulk of a proposed plan for a grand expansion of its Silicon Valley home campus.

Google's home campus dreams dashed by local officials
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Facebook not an information bubble: researchers

Social media networks like Facebook are not putting users in an ideological information bubble, despite fears to the contrary.

Facebook not an information bubble: researchers
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Pregnant oil company employee threatens to jump out of window for non-paid salary

A 5-month pregnant employee of Aktobe-based oil company Lines Jump LLP threatens to jump out of a window because she has not been paid any salary for months.

Pregnant oil company employee threatens to jump out of window for non-paid salary
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Microsoft courts app makers with dive into Windows 10

Microsoft made a new pitch to app makers, promising an audience of more than a billion people if they develop services for the upcoming Windows 10 operating system.

Microsoft courts app makers with dive into Windows 10
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Google pairs with European media to boost online journalism

US tech giant Google unveiled a 150 million euro ($163 million) project with eight European publishers to support online journalism.

Google pairs with European media to boost online journalism
Apple profit soars on iPhone, China sales
Apple profit soars on iPhone, China sales

Apple reported a sharp rise in its quarterly profit, lifted by robust sales of its iPhones and a jump in revenue from China.

Apple profit soars on iPhone, China sales
Brazil's Rousseff says Petrobras can 'turn page' on scandal
Brazil's Rousseff says Petrobras can 'turn page' on scandal

President Dilma Rousseff said that the release of financial results which showed Petrobras would allow the state oil giant to "turn a page" in Brazilian history.

Brazil's Rousseff says Petrobras can 'turn page' on scandal
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Starbucks 'gives away' drinks after US system outage

There may be no such thing as a free lunch, but fear not because there was free coffee supposedly going at Starbucks in North America.

Starbucks 'gives away' drinks after US system outage
Goodyear to build $500 million tire factory in Mexico
Goodyear to build $500 million tire factory in Mexico

US tire maker Goodyear will build a half-billion-dollar factory in central Mexico that will produce six million tires a year for customers across the Americas.

Goodyear to build $500 million tire factory in Mexico
Brazil's Petrobras reveals graft cost $2.1 bn
Brazil's Petrobras reveals graft cost $2.1 bn

Petrobras lost $2.1 billion to the largest corruption scheme in Brazilian history.

Brazil's Petrobras reveals graft cost $2.1 bn
©Reuters/Francois Lenoir
Google launches its own mobile telephone service

Google said it was launching its own US mobile wireless service, with considerable potential savings for customers using their devices.

Google launches its own mobile telephone service
Twitter expands privacy on direct messages
Twitter expands privacy on direct messages

Twitter said it was making it easier to take direct messages private, carving out a bigger space for targeted exchanges on the popular microblogging service.

Twitter expands privacy on direct messages
EU to announce anti-trust charges against Gazprom: sources
EU to announce anti-trust charges against Gazprom: sources

EU regulators will announce on Wednesday anti-trust charges against Russia energy giant Gazprom, sources close to the matter told AFP.

EU to announce anti-trust charges against Gazprom: sources
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Samsung removes logo on smartphones in Japan

Samsung has removed its corporate logo from its new smartphones sold in Japan.

Samsung removes logo on smartphones in Japan
Bigger risk of Finnish job cuts in Nokia-Alcatel deal: minister
Bigger risk of Finnish job cuts in Nokia-Alcatel deal: minister

Finnish Finance Minister said that Finnish telecom equipment maker Nokia's takeover of rival Alcatel-Lucent will put more jobs at risk in Finland than in France.

Bigger risk of Finnish job cuts in Nokia-Alcatel deal: minister
Nestle posts higher-than-expected first quarter growth
Nestle posts higher-than-expected first quarter growth

The world's top packaged food maker Nestle posted better-than-expected growth in the first quarter despite currency exchange rates that hampered sales.

Nestle posts higher-than-expected first quarter growth
EU eager to finalize probe into Google 'market abuse'
EU eager to finalize probe into Google 'market abuse'

The European Union said Thursday it had filed anti-trust charges against Google to speedily resolve allegations that the tech titan abuses its search engine's market dominance.

EU eager to finalize probe into Google 'market abuse'

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