SYDNEY (Reuters) – Australia will force U.S. tech giants Facebook Inc (FB.O) and Alphabet Inc’s (GOOGL.O) Google to pay Australian media outlets for news content in a landmark move to protect independent journalism that will be watched around the world.
The Justice Department is investigating Cohen’s role in paying women to stay silent about their claims of affairs with Trump in the run-up to the 2016 election. If the payments were made to help get him elected, they may be violations of federal campaign finance laws.
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“Test & trace fiasco is timebomb” – the Mirror really ought to have chosen one derogative or the other. “Having virus may earn right to roam” – the i is reviving the immunity passport idea (maybe we’ll call it the “travel bug”). The Express says “Painkillers do more harm than good” and the Times has […]
The closure of schools to most pupils during lockdown and only partial reopening has raised concern among experts about the impact on children’s mental health as well as their education. But the planned reopening of all schools in England in September has also been questioned, amid fears it may not be safe for the move […]
While retail sales records were set for three consecutive months, CommSec chief economist Craig James said the latest retail news was a sign of an economy returning to normal.
“I’m so happy, it’s been so difficult, I love him so much and want to thank you all again for your support and lovely messages.
She said in a YouTube video: “So at the beginning of the week I was unsure of what was happening with Harvey. But he’s still not coming out of hospital.
“Me as a person, whether I coach Bengal or not is immaterial but I will live my life. Don’t expect me that I’m 65 years old, so I will lock myself in a room for the next 30 years. This does not happen like this,” Lal, who successfully underwent treatment for cancer, added.
Jagdishan, currently the head of finance at Mumbai-based HDFC Bank, will replace incumbent CEO Aditya Puri, who has been at the helm of the bank since its inception in 1994. Puri is set to retire in October.