Huawei to Launch 5G Networks in Russia

The Chinese tech giant, Huawei signed a deal with Russia’s largest carrier, MTS, to build 5G networks in the country on Thursday. This deal was signed by the Huawei board chairman, Guo Ping, and the MTS President and CEO, Alexei Kornya on the sideline of a heated talk between the Chinese President, Xi Jinping and […]
  • Monica Harvey
  • June 7, 2019
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Facebook removes Russian-linked accounts

When it rains, it pours Facebook announced on Tuesday that it has removed multiple accounts that they believe are attached to Russians targeting US political elections. Facebook told lawmakers that over 30 accounts were likely linked to Russia, who used the pages to push political agendas. For example, the pages and events featured an anti-“Unite […]
  • Ben Norman
  • August 1, 2018
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Trump Meets With Putin and Bashes the U.S. on Twitter

Today, President Donald Trump met with Russian President Vladimir Putin and discussed many things including the 2016 election interference case. Trump yet again has used the term “Witch Hunt” and Putin seems to agree. The meeting between the two presidents last about 2-hours behind closed doors in Helsinki, the capital of Finland. People are outraged […]
  • Peter Boyer
  • July 17, 2018
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OPEC reaches new deal

OPEC meeting filled with ambiguity OPEC nations met on Friday and agreed to increase crude oil production. Head of OPEC Suhail Mohammed Faraj Al Mazrouei announced that nations would begin producing at the maximum output as allowed by the 2016 agreement. Further, in 2016, OPEC nations voted to limit production to a certain amount so […]
  • Ben Norman
  • June 25, 2018
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What’s happening with oil prices?

The US, Saudi Arabia, and Russia may be coming to an agreement Every automobile driver in the US knows that gas and oil prices are through the roof these days. A gallon of oil costs $67 today, compared to just $30 in 2014. Why is this the case, and what are countries doing to change […]
  • Ben Norman
  • June 15, 2018
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Facebook is changing its advertisement policy

Facebook will collect Social Security numbers for political ads Facebook announced last week that it will require the last four digits of a Social Security number, a US address, and a government-issued ID from anyone who wants to run a political advertisement. After Facebook verifies the submitter’s information, Facebook will send a verification code, which […]
  • Ben Norman
  • May 24, 2018
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Uber-Yandex Ride-Sharing Merger in Russia

Uber and Yandex have agreed to a merger of their ride-sharing businesses in Russia and five eastern European markets with Yandex. This is the second withdrawal on Uber’s global presence since their exit from China a year ago. Yandex, which is essentially the “Google of Russia,” will be the leading partner in this newly established […]
  • Cedric Brenninkmeijer
  • July 15, 2017
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Yahoo User Info Still Up for Sale after System Hack

Back in 2013, Yahoo was hacked and over one billion users account information was stolen and put up for sale on the dark web. The offer stands as $200,000 or best offers. Even though the passwords are available, the dates of birth, telephone numbers and even security questions could be extremely useful if put in […]
  • Sharnita Sanders
  • March 21, 2017
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Deutsche Racks Up $630 million Over Russian Money-Laundering Scheme

It wasn’t too long ago that Deutsche Bank settled with U.S. Department of Justice for $7.2 billion under certain allegations of selling faulty mortgage securities. Now, the bank agreed to pay the United states and the UK $630 million for its failure to stop fraudulent trades made from Russia totaling an estimated $10 billion. According […]
  • Sharnita Sanders
  • February 2, 2017
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