• McDonald's to remove artificial ingredients from its burgers
McDonald's to remove artificial ingredients from its burgers

Artificial additives found in bread rolls, cheese and sauces to some of the best burgers McDonald's will no longer be used in the composition of the products of American chain restaurants. As per trusted sources, the changes will be applied to cheeseburgers, double cheeseburgers, hamburgers, McDoubles, Big Macs, Quarter Pounders with Cheese, and Do...

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  • ULA selects Blue Origin's new engine for future Vulcan rocket
ULA selects Blue Origin's new engine for future Vulcan rocket

Blue Origin joins an industry team that includes Aerojet, who will provide the RL10 engine for the rocket's upper stage, Northrop Grumman for solid-fuel strap-on boosters, L-3 Avionics Systems for the rocket's avionics and Ruag for the rocket's payload fairing.

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  • October petrol price increase 'catastrophic for road users', says AA
October petrol price increase 'catastrophic for road users', says AA

Experts in the oil industry have speculated that prices of petrol could hit a "century" (Rs 100 mark) in Mumbai well before Diwali. Illuminating paraffin users are also in for a shock hike with the price predicted to increase by a whopping R1.05.

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  • Trudeau disputes Trump's claims that Canada requested meeting with president
Trudeau disputes Trump's claims that Canada requested meeting with president

In his first public comments since U.S. President Donald Trump's fiery press conference in which cast serious doubt on the fate of NAFTA, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau defended the Canadian negotiators and said a deal is still possible.

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  • Google partially reverses crypto-currency related advertising ban
Google partially reverses crypto-currency related advertising ban

Starting in October, Google plans to loosen its limitations and the search giant promises to allow regulated crypto exchanges to buy ads in Japan and the US crypto businesses that fill the bill will have to apply in each country to have their ads run.

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  • Hacker backpedals on his brazen threat to delete Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook account
Hacker backpedals on his brazen threat to delete Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook account

Chang is a minor celebrity in Taiwan and has appeared on a number of talk shows. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg hosted a conference call with journalists shortly after the news was announced, underscoring the severity of the situation. It is also 6 a.m.in NY and 11 a.m.in the UK. Chang made headlines when he hacked into a local bus operators sy...

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  • Iran oil exports fall before US sanctions: global banking group
Iran oil exports fall before US sanctions: global banking group

They would not be safe for very long without us and yet they continue to push for higher and higher oil prices! If producers like Saudi Arabia and Russian Federation are telling the truth about their intentions to stabilize the market and their ability to access spare capacities, then we have little to worry about in terms of higher oil and gasol...

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  • Elon Musk Rejected Tesla SEC Settlement at Last Minute
Elon Musk Rejected Tesla SEC Settlement at Last Minute

Musk will have to explain to a court why he announced on social media that he had investors who would take Tesla private at a share price of $420. "When he made these statements, Musk knew that he had never discussed a going-private transaction at $420 per share with any potential funding source, had done nothing to investigate whether it would...

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  • President Trump holds solo news conference
President Trump holds solo news conference

Because Trump did not get into any specifics while making his accusation Wednesday, it's unclear if there is any additional evidence to back up his claim. Trump described his brain as "very, very large" after discussing the looming tariff dispute between Washington D.C and Beijing . "These activities have reached an unacceptable level", the ...

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  • Facebook says 50 million accounts affected by ‘security issue’
Facebook says 50 million accounts affected by ‘security issue’

The company says it has fixed the vulnerability and told law enforcement about the issue. " Access tokens are the equivalent of digital keys that keep people logged in to Facebook so they don't need to re-enter their password every time they use the app", Facebook's vice president of product management Guy Rosen wrote in an emailed statement.

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  • Tesla shares drop as analysts divided on Musk’s future with the company
Tesla shares drop as analysts divided on Musk’s future with the company

The complaint alleges that Musk's tweet harmed investors who bought Tesla stock after the tweet but before accurate information about the funding was made public. Gordon Johnson, an analyst at Vertical Group who has been predicting a collapse in Tesla's shares for months, is less optimistic. The SEC said Tesla's head of investor relations respo...

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  • Iran says Trump is why oil prices are now so high
Iran says Trump is why oil prices are now so high

Patterson said . US officials, including President Donald Trump, are trying to reassure consumers and investors that enough supply will remain in the oil market and have pushed OPEC to raise output. in the Middle East and not prevent Iran's production and exports". This puts pressure on other nations to lessen crude imports from Iran as well. ...

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  • Wall Street dips after Federal Reserve raises rates
Wall Street dips after Federal Reserve raises rates

Some economists are urging the Fed to be even more patient with hiking because short-term rates could soon tip over longer-term ones, which are normally higher. Indeed, the Fed's regional banks have reported that some businesses are delaying investments until they see some resolution to the trade hostilities.

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  • SEC Sues Tesla CEO Elon Musk for Fraud
SEC Sues Tesla CEO Elon Musk for Fraud

In its complaint, the regulator says Mr Musk made a series of "false and misleading" tweets and he "knew or was reckless in not knowing" that he was misleading investors. per share. Joseph Grundfest, a professor at Standford Law School and former SEC commissioner, said Musk will likely want to avoid going to trial in the case and opening the door...

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  • Tesla Will Now Make Its Own Car Carriers
Tesla Will Now Make Its Own Car Carriers

As first reported by Electrek , Model 3 reservation holders in the Los Angeles metro area said that Tesla's local delivery manager, Jeremy Pomp, reached out to them via email. But it's said to be only available for referred buyers of an inventory Model S, Model X or the Performance Model 3. Federal prosecutors have opened up a fraud invest...

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  • Fed raises rates, sees at least three more years of economic growth
Fed raises rates, sees at least three more years of economic growth

Also, it would be the eighth time the Federal Open Market Committee raises borrowing costs since it started in late-2015; it held rates near zero after the Great Recession to speed up the economic recovery. Earlier, Powell said during his news conference that such outside criticism would have no effect on the Fed's use of rates to try to maximize...

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  • Trump dumps on Canada, says he rejected NAFTA meeting with Trudeau
Trump dumps on Canada, says he rejected NAFTA meeting with Trudeau

But the U.S. leader criticised Canada's trade negotiators and cast doubt on the chances of reaching an agreement on a rewrite of the North American Free Trade Agreement (Nafta ), again threatening to impose tariffs on all auto imports. Canada is the United States's largest trading partner, but Trump has accused Canadians of ripping off American ...

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  • Rupert Murdoch says goodbye to United Kingdom television with sale of Sky
Rupert Murdoch says goodbye to United Kingdom television with sale of Sky

Fox will get 17.28 pounds a share for Sky, the amount of Comcast's winning bid submitted at an auction on September 22. The current value of 21CF's Sky stake is more than $15 billion. "For almost 30 years we have invested to create a dynamic and exciting business that has produced excellent returns for shareholders and has become one of the most a...

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  • Oil markets take a breather as USA supplies rise once again
Oil markets take a breather as USA supplies rise once again

Trump withdrew the United States from the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and world powers in May, and his administration imposed a round of sanctions on the Islamic republic in August. Saudi Arabia will quietly add extra oil to the market over the next couple of months to offset a drop in Iranian production but is anxious it might need to limit o...

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  • Federal Reserve raises USA central bank's rate to 2.25%
Federal Reserve raises USA central bank's rate to 2.25%

FBN's Edward Lawrence with more. As expected, the US Federal Reserve raised short-term interest rates by a quarter percentage point or 0.25 per cent in its latest policy meet, that concluded Wednesday. In America, the Fed is now forecasting a further rate hike before the year's end and three more in 2019, plus another in 2020. The old Fed st...

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