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G20 countries face calls for action to boost growth (AFP)
Chengdu (China) (AFP) - The International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the US urged G20 countries gathering on Saturday to do more to boost the slowing global economy, with Britain's vote to leave the European Union (EU) threatening to further derail growth.
Donuts in flight in first US-approved drone delivery (AFP)
Washington (AFP) - With a chicken sandwich, hot coffee and donuts, aviation history was made Friday.
Tech Comics: Finally Agile
We've worked on Agile practices -- and we think we've succeeded. Kind of.
US stocks hit new records; weak British data hits pound (AFP)
New York (AFP) - US stocks resumed their upwards push Friday, while the British pound retreated after weak economic data revived talk of monetary stimulus.
Farmers warn Brexit labour shortage could hit crops (AFP)
London (AFP) - British farming leaders warned Friday that post-Brexit curbs on EU immigration could be "devastating" for their sector and suggested a visa system to allow in seasonal workers to pick British crops.
Van Gogh, Monet paintings seized in Malaysia graft probe (AFP)
Geneva (AFP) - Switzerland has seized a painting by Vincent Van Gogh and two others by Claude Monet as part of the global investigation into Malaysia's scandal-tainted sovereign wealth fund, an official said Friday.
Chromebooks continuam em alta, mas não substituem PCs Windows
Segundo Gartner, computadores com sistema conectado do Google devem registrar aumento de 18% nos números em 2016.
Verizon está perto de comprar o Yahoo por US$ 5 bilhões, afirma Recode
A operadora, que é dona da AOL, quase dobrou a sua última oferta, segundo o site Recode. Em Junho, o lance estava na casa de US$ 3 bilhões
,Acne therapy brings Botanix home (The West Australian)
For Botanix executive director Matt Callahan, business has come full circle.
Bunge logs $2.1m loss on port terminal (The West Australian)
The WA-arm of global agribusiness giant Bunge reported a loss of $2.1 million in the second year of operations at its Bunbury Port grain terminal and two receival sites in the Wheatbelt.
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