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New Zealand could actually be too good at rugby, and that's a problem

Another year, and another painful, crushing defeat for Australia at the hands of New Zealand's rugby team. But in this sport, being too good has become something of a worry. SEE ALSO: Fiji's rugby sevens coach given land and chief'sShow More Summary

Kasich back in New Hampshire with nostalgia, eye on future

The former presidential candidate and chief Donald Trump critic is the first of 2016's failed GOP hopefuls to return to the state since the February primary. Kasich is in New Hampshire this time on behalf of Republican gubernatorialShow More Summary

Shell disposes of Gulf of Mexico oil assets

Oil producer Royal Dutch Shell agrees to sell its Brutus-Glider operation in the Gulf of Mexico for $425m. ||| Chicago - Royal Dutch Shell agreed to sell its Brutus-Glider operation in the Gulf of Mexico for $425 million as Chief Executive Officer Ben Van Beurden seeks to resuscitate an explorer dinged by the lowest profits in more than a decade. Show More Summary

77,000 people are petitioning against one of Europe’s most powerful men taking a job at Goldman Sachs

More than 77,000 people signed a petition calling for "exemplary measures" against former European Commission Chief Jose Manuel Barroso for joining Goldman Sachs. Barroso served as president of the European Commission for 10 years up to 2014. Show More Summary

AI will transform the security game: Citrix

The potential of artificial intelligence has yet to be realised, with Kurt Roemer, chief security strategist at Citrix, believing it will change the role of a security expert.

KartRocket Appoints Gaurav Gupta as Their Chief Technical Officer

KartRocket, which offers an end to end eCommerce solution to help SME’s setup their online presence, has announced the appointment of its Chief Technical Officer, Gaurav Gupta. Prior to this, he was with the Free Culture Apparels PvShow More Summary

10 things you need to know before European markets open

Good morning! Here's what you need to know on Tuesday. The Bank of England's chief economist says owning property is better investment for retirement than paying in to a pension. In an interview with the Sunday Times, Haldane said: “It...Show More Summary

Padded New York Times Opinion Piece Equates Trump With Hitler

Mark Thompson, chief executive of the New York Times, has written a highly padded opinion piece that boils down to one important thing he wants to get across to you rubes: Trump = Hitler. Oh yeah, he includes one very slight caveat so you don't think of him as your usual leftwing loon. Show More Summary

Japan top spokesman: Senkaku islands historically Japan's territories

TOKYO (Reuters) - The group of islands in the East China Sea, called the Senkaku in Japan and Diaoyu in China, are historically Japan's territories, Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told Reuters on Tuesday in an interview.

Oakland begins national search for police chief

After years of cycling through police chief after police chief, Oakland officials have begun a national search for a leader who will bring much-needed stability and imaginative reforms to the city’s battered department, Mayor Libby Schaaf...Show More Summary

Mexico's top police chief out after execution allegations

7 hours agoNews : NY Daily News

Two weeks after the country's human rights commission released a scathing report alleging federal police "executed arbitrarily" at least 22 suspected drug cartel members during a raid on a ranch.

Facebook chief Mark Zuckerberg: ‘We are a tech company, not a media company’

7 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Facebook Inc. will not become a media company, its founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Monday, telling students the firm would remain a technology platform. An increasing number of users are turning to social media networks, such as Facebook and Twitter, to find their news, but Zuckerberg said...

Chief of Naval Operations Richardson: US Aircraft Carriers Can Fight Inside A2/AD Zones

Dave Majumdar Security, Good news for America's Navy—and its mighty flattops.  The United States Navy is absolutely confident in the ability of its aircraft carriers and carrier air wings to fly and fight within zones defended by so-called anti-access/area denial (A2/AD) weapons. Show More Summary

Cardinal Burke stands firmly behind Cardinal Sarah’s call for ‘ad orientem’ worship

The American prelate says the Vatican's chief liturgist is right to recommend that the focus be on the Lord.

Charming Charlie founder buys in Bel-Air

Fashion entrepreneur Charlie Chanaratsopon has a new accessory: a multimillion-dollar home on the Westside. The founder and chief executive of Houston-based accessories retailer Charming Charlie recently paid $3.13 million for a home in Bel-Air. Built in 1966 and recently remodeled, the multi-level...

Knile Davis Trade Rumors: Latest News and Speculation Around Chiefs RB

With a healthy Jamaal Charles back in the fold, the Kansas City Chiefs have a loaded backfield, and offloading Knile Davis may help alleviate the congestion. NFL Media's Mike Garafolo reported Monday the team is open to trading Davis ahead of the 2016 regular season. More to follow. Read more NFL news on BleacherReport.com

American Airlines president jumps to a top spot at rival United

United Airlines hired its chief competitor American Airlines’ No. 2 executive Monday. Scott Kirby, 49, will fill a newly created role as president of United Continental Holdings Inc., responsible for operations, marketing, sales, alliances, network planning and revenue management, the Chicago-based...

Trump campaign chief reaches out to former Carter adviser

Stephen K. Bannon, Donald Trump’s newly installed campaign chief executive, met over the weekend with Patrick H. Caddell, the longtime Democratic pollster who rose to fame as an adviser to President Jimmy Carter. The meeting, which took place Saturday night at a hotel bar in New York, is the latest example of how Bannon is […]

Senate hopeful won't say if OK with Trump having nuke codes

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — The Republican candidate for U.S. Senate in Indiana declined Monday to say whether he's comfortable with Donald Trump serving as commander in chief and possessing the nation's nuclear launch codes. Unlike in other...Show More Summary

Young won't say if he's comfortable with Trump as commander

The Republican U.S. Senate candidate in Indiana is declining to say whether he's comfortable with Donald Trump serving as commander in chief and possessing the nation's nuclear launch codes. … Click to Continue »

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