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Governments Should Help To Control Internet Content, Says Mark Zuckerberg

More active role in controlling internet content should be played by regulators and governments, says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg.   The responsibility for monitoring harmful content on the internet is too huge for companies alone, said the Facebook founder in an op-ed published in the...

Boeing 737 Max Is Still On Lufthansa’s Purchase Options

Lufthansa has not lost “trust in Boeing”. The chief executive of Deutsche Lufthansa AG, Carsten Spohr, revealed about the company’s purchase plans, whereby the company is looking into “a triple-digit number” option of either “Boeing 737 MAX or Airbus A320neo jetliners” which will be used to replace...

Lyft’s US IPO Values It At $24.3 Billion

While deciding to purchase shares of the US based ride hailing firm Lyft Inc, investors apparently ignored the troubles that it would potentially face in in its strive to become profitable which helped the company to be valued at $24.3 billion in the first IPO by a ride hailing company.  ...

DHL Partners With Austrian Group For Efficient Parcel Delivery

The partnership between Austrian Post and DHL could materialise within a few months’ time. In attempt to make the Austrian parcel delivery services “more efficient”, two companies, namely “Deutsche Post DHL Group and Austrian Post”, have together in a “long-term” partnership.   The Austrian...

ZTE Corp. shares jump 14% up after profit forecast

Shares of the Chinese manufacturer of telecommunications equipment ZTE Corp. jumped 14% after the company predicted a profit of up to 1.2 billion yuan ($ 178.18 million) in the first quarter, Reuters reports. The company said it expects a net profit of 800 million to 1.2 billion yuan in the first...

Uber signs the largest deal in its history

Uber taxi service is buying its competitor for $ 3.1 billion. This is the most expensive transaction of the company and the first purchase of a regional competitor. Uber announced that it is buying Careem Networks FZ taxi service, which operates in the Middle East. The transaction amounts to $ 3.1...

Lufthansa’s European Catering Biz Is Sought O Be Merged With Peers: Reuters

The pressure put on Lufthansa low margins in a competitive market of Europe is pushing the company to merge the European operations of its catering business LSG with a peer, according to a report published by news agency Reuters citing sources with knowledge of the matter.    According...

Samsung warns about profits below forecasts

South Korean Samsung Electronics Co. shares declined on Tuesday after the company issued a profit warning before trading, reports The Wall Street Journal. The technology giant said its Q1 results would be worse than expected due to weaker sales of displays and memory chips. Signals of weak sales,...

Apple Launches Video Streaming Challenging Netflix And Amazon

Apple Inc has launched a new television and movie streaming service which can be accessed by owners of its more than 1.4 billion gadgets globally for streaming and viewing of television shows and films. The content would comprise of both original shows by Apple as well as those from other sources....

EU Will Not Name Huawei As A Threat To 5G Risks: Reuters

While making a call for all of its members to share more information in relation to efforts at tackling cybersecurity risks for new 5G networks, the European Commission would however disregard calls by the United States to ban Huawei Technologies in a communication next week, according to a report...
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