Month: February 2018

Vinnyd February 19, 2018

Antonio Conte may have hit the headlines lately, following his outburst at speculation linking Carlo Ancelotti to his job – but let’s take a look at an older Chelsea era. Let’s look at the Blues side which made their Champions League bow in September 1999, drawing 0-0 with AC Milan. LOVE FOOTBALL? HIT THE SUBSCRIBE […]

Tess Torelli February 19, 2018

The Russian “troll” factory in St. Petersburg, Russia — which is at the center of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s indictment of 13 Russians who allegedly interfered with the U.S. election — is just that: A factory. In a new interview with the Washington Post, former troll Marat Mindiyarov described the factory as Orwellian, complete with […]

Tess Torelli February 19, 2018

For all the talk in Silicon Valley about the potential of blockchain technology, most of it is just that — talk. Aside from cryptocurrencies like bitcoin and ethereum, there aren’t many real-world applications of blockchain, a distributed ledger that allows data to be cryptographically tracked and secured. One exception is a San Francisco-based money transfer […]

Tess Torelli February 19, 2018

Japan’s exports grew in January for a 14th straight month led by brisk shipments of China-bound hybrid cars and electronics parts, a sign solid global demand for Japanese goods continued to underpin growth in the world’s third largest economy. Ministry of Finance (MOF) data showed on Monday that exports grew 12.2 percent in January from […]

Vinnyd February 19, 2018

The Power of Sport,” a CNN World Sport special presented by Don Riddell, featuring former NBA player and psychologist John Amaechi. Produced by Will Edmonds

Tess Torelli February 19, 2018

But other news this week reveals that Zuckerberg’s pledge to reform Facebook is more than a work in progress. It’s also a voluntary effort. His latest securities filing shows that even after selling $942 million worth of stock last year, Zuckerberg still controlled 87.5 percent of the company’s Class B shares as of Dec. 31. […]

Tess Torelli February 19, 2018

Two-thirds of Australian voters want Deputy Prime Minister Barnaby Joyce to resign following his extramarital affair with his former press secretary, a poll showed on Monday, adding pressure on a government already fractured by the scandal. Joyce, a Catholic who campaigned on “family values” and who has been married for 24 years, refused to resign […]

Vinnyd February 19, 2018

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Tess Torelli February 19, 2018

Special counsel Robert Mueller may be about to get a guilty plea from another former Trump staffer. The individual in question: Rick Gates. According to a report from the Los Angeles Times on Sunday, Gates, Paul Manafort’s longtime junior business partner, will plead guilty to fraud-related charges in the coming days. He has also made […]

Tess Torelli February 19, 2018

Four countries — the U.S., Japan, India and Australia — could join forces to set up an alternative to China’s Belt and Road Initiative in an attempt to counter Beijing’s growing influence, the Australian Financial Review reported Sunday. The plan was on the agenda of Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull’s meeting with President Donald Trump […]