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Uber: UberX controversial facility closed in South Korea


Uber, Inc: Uber has closed its controversial service uberX in South Korea on Friday. Ealier Government authorities said this service as illegal back in January. Anyone with a car can act like a taxi driver through uberX. No commercial license is required. It’s Uber’s least expensive service. Government officials in …

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Dollar picks up to 11 years high, Euro struggles


U.S. Economy: The dollar index jump to 11 years high on Friday, Thanks to unexpected strong U.S. jobs data. On other-side Euro has taken a wild ride in Thursday trading, hitting an 11-year low. Dollar made a significant jump on Friday to an 11 year high against a basket of currencies as news …

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U.S. Factory Business Down 0.2% in January


US Factory – Business to American manufacturers dropped again in January, but a significant investment class demonstrated an increase. Business order placed to manufacturers down 0.2% in January, the Commerce Department stated on Thursday. They dropped 3.5% in December along with 1.7 % in November. Within an promising sign, orders in a …

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Software maker SAP to layoff 3% global workforce


SAP SE:  The Enterprise Software Corporation will layoff around 3 percent of its overall staff and will create same number of jobs for expanding parts of the company. SAP SE will cut about 2,250 posts, or around 3 percent of its global workforce, while creating a similar number to focus on expanding parts of the company, as …

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CRE superbug infection detected at Cedars Sinai


Latest indication that another superbug outbreak. This is the second case of a hospital reporting the same. As per the reports, some patients were exhibiting resistance to normal antibiotics. The medical center at Cedars Sinai stated that around four patients were exhibiting these symptoms. Further tests revealed the presence of the …

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