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6 Major Banks Slapped with $4.3B Fine in Global ForEx Investigation

Following a global investigation that took one year to finish, regulators imposed fines totaling to $4.3 billion (2.73 pounds) on six major banks for their failure to stop traders from manipulating the foreign exchange market. Foreign Exchange Trading Bank of America Corp, Citigroup Inc., HSBC Holdings Plc, JPMorgan Chase & Co, Royal Bank of Scotland Group Plc, and UBS AG are all facing penalties...

WSJ: US Using Fake Cell Phone Towers on Planes to Spy on Citizens

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The United States is spying on its citizens by gathering data from thousands of cell phones using fake phone towers attached on airplanes, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported Thursday, November 13. Phone...

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Going with the Flow: How Online Stores Can Make the Most of the Holiday Rush

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The holidays are coming up, and for many families across the country, it is time to start putting together lists of who to get gifts for. For some people, however, Christmas shopping will be a much different...

Google Signs 60-year Lease for Silicon Valley Icon: NASA’s Hangar One

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Tech giant Google is taking over a NASA facility in California’s Bay Area for a lease worth $1.16 billion over the next 60 years. Refurbishing a Landmark NASA officials announced Monday, November 10,...

Going with the Flow: How Online Stores Can Make the Most of the Holiday Rush

Online Shopping

The holidays are coming up, and for many families across the country, it is time to start putting together lists of who to get gifts for. For some people, however, Christmas shopping will be a much different...

2 Keys for Better Communication in Transport Businesses

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The transportation industry is becoming more competitive each day. Your customers are expecting more, and even operating costs for fuel and other essentials are creating financial pressures. Whether your...

WSJ: US Using Fake Cell Phone Towers on Planes to Spy on Citizens

The United States is spying on its citizens by gathering data from thousands of cell phones using fake phone towers attached on airplanes, the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported Thursday, November 13. Phone...

AT&T Pauses Fiber Internet Investments Amid ‘Net Neutrality’ Concerns

American multinational telecommunications corporation AT&T on Wednesday, November 12, added to the pressure on US telecom regulators to work on new net neutrality rules saying it would halt all investments...