Kanye West, one of Donald Trump’s biggest celebrity supporters, appears to have deleted his tweets about his meeting last year with the then U.S. president-elect.
Top technology giants, including Apple, Google, and Microsoft are banding together and have filed a legal brief opposing U.S. President Donald Trump’s immigration ban. Linda So reports. Continue reading
European stocks and bond yields tumble and the dollar hits a six-week low after U.S. President Donald Trump began his term in office with a protectionist speech that pushed a nervous market into safe-haven assets. Ciara Lee reports Continue reading
Trump advisor say White House presented ‘alternative facts’ about inauguration turnout
Counselor to U.S. President Donald Trump, Kellyanne Conway downplays White House claims about the turnout for the inauguration.
Just eight individuals, all men, own as much wealth as the poorest half of the world’s population, Oxfam said on Monday (January 16) in a report calling for action to curtail rewards for those at the top. Jacob Greaves reports. Continue reading
Zambia’s economy has been growing at a sluggish rate averaging three percent per annum since copper prices dipped two years ago. The cost of living and doing business has been soaring in the process as the country faces economic challenges after the government cut fuel subsides last year causing a 39 percent price hike in petrol, analysts say.
President-elect Donald Trump says U.S. intelligence agencies might have leaked a dossier of what he called “fake news” about how Russia had tried to sway his actions, and slams two news organizations for reporting unsubstantiated claims about his ties to Moscow.
The Silicon Valley pioneer also said CEO Marissa Mayer and some other directors will leave the board after it closes its deal with Verizon. Fred Katayama reports. Continue reading
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CEO Sergio Marchionne says he has not met with Donald Trump and that the company’s plans to expand in Michigan and Ohio have been years in the making, hours after the U.S. President-elect tweeted his thanks to Fiat.