Euro scales heights - Daily News South Africa ... s DAX, France's CAC 40 and Britain's FTSE 100 ... Slightly weaker-than-expected French industrial ... MONEY'S TIGHT One factor driving the ... 12/10/2013 - 11:56 am | View Link
Euro scales heights, stocks lose grip ... - Daily News South Africa ... s DAX, France's CAC 40 and Britain's FTSE 100 ... Slightly weaker-than-expected French industrial ... MONEY'S TIGHT One factor driving the ... 12/10/2013 - 9:50 am | View Link
GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro scales heights, stocks lose grip on gains - Reuters UK ... s DAX, France's CAC 40 and Britain's FTSE 100 ... Slightly weaker-than-expected French industrial ... Fed or Bank of England." MONEY'S TIGHT ... 12/10/2013 - 8:54 am | View Link
Euro scales heights, stocks lose grip on gains - Reuters Canada ... and France's CAC 40 .FCHI and Britain's FTSE ... Slightly weaker-than-expected French industrial ... watching closely to see exactly how ... 12/10/2013 - 8:48 am | View Link
Global stocks lose grip on gains, euro scales heights - Yahoo! Finance ... and France's CAC 40 (.FCHI) and Britain's FTSE ... Slightly weaker-than-expected French industrial ... watching closely to see exactly how ... 12/10/2013 - 7:10 am | View Link
Euro scales heights, stocks lose grip on gains The euro reached a five-year peak against the yen and a six-week high against the dollar on Tuesday, as focus grew on the dwindling spare cash in euro zone banks and the ECB's apparent lack of concern. Stocks consolidated some of their gains of the past two days as caution took over before the Federal Reserve's meeting next week, amid talk of by some of its policymakers of scaling back its ... 12/10/2013 - 8:35 am | View Link
GLOBAL MARKETS-Euro scales heights, stocks lose grip on gains * Investors cautious as Fed policymakers talk tapering as caution took over before the Federal Reserve's meeting next 12/10/2013 - 8:33 am | View Link
Hollande goes Rambo Under siege at home, the French president gets tough on the world stage. 12/3/2013 - 7:51 am | View Link
French and British foreign ministers head to Geneva for Iran talks PARIS (Reuters) - The foreign ministers of France and Britain were heading to Geneva on Friday night to join talks on Iran's nuclear program, as Tehran and six world powers appeared closer to clinching an elusive breakthrough. 11/22/2013 - 6:08 pm | View Link
No UAE decision on Typhoon, Rafale: Report No UAE decision on Typhoon, Rafale: Report 11/17/2013 - 10:09 am | View Link
In Britain, a Tight French Election French bankers in London, who may dine at the Michelin two-star Connaught restaurant in Mayfair and swim at the nearby Royal Automobile Club on Pall Mall, could soon have a Socialist representing them at the National Assembly in Paris. 06/7/2012 - 11:06 am | View Link
France and Britain to use attack helicopters in Libya Britain was also sending helicopters, French Defense Minister Gerard Longuet said, but no other nation planned to follow suit. London was tight-lipped. "We are not in the habit of talking about any new missions we undertake until they are in ... 05/23/2011 - 9:07 am | View Link
French Open 2011: Anne Keothavong bid to overturn Britain's 17-year first round hoodoo ended by Vesna Dolonts All the games were very tight, though, and, after saving two break points in the next game, Dolonts fought back to lead 5-3. Twice the Russian served for the set but twice Keothavong, who also received treatment to her feet, broke back to force ... 05/23/2011 - 2:01 am | View Link
Britain and France to share nuclear secrets as Cameron and Sarkozy sign historic 50-year military agreement David Cameron and French President Nicolas Sarzoky will sign two treaties ... That makes perfect sense in a world where resources are tight but our interests are increasingly common.' Dr Fox said the deal was not the same as allowing the ... 11/2/2010 - 10:39 am | View Link
David Cameron hails 'new chapter' in Britain-France military co-operation The Prime Minister and the French president signed agreements for greater military ... "we can expand our sovereign capability even at a time when resources are tight". He said that Britain and France were "natural partners" and went on ... 11/2/2010 - 3:37 am | View Link
The carrier M&A rumor mill is again spinning at full speed. This time, according to the Wall Street Journal, Sprint is revisiting the idea of acquiring of T-Mobile,, something Sprint wasn’t in position to do before SoftBank took control of the company.
The Journal’s unnamed sources say Sprint is only weighing a bid and hasn’t decided whether the deal would meet the regulatory test.
For those who want to switch email providers — we're looking at you, Yahoo Mail users affected by this week's massive outage — there hasn't been a seamless way to do so
Now, as a part of an effort to lure more users to its platform, Microsoft introduced a tool that easily imports your Gmail account to Outlook.com, previously known as Hotmail.
SEE ALSO: Gmail Will Never Ask You to 'Display Images Below' Again
In an official Microsoft blog post, the company outlined a few steps to connect Gmail accounts (using OAuth) to Outlook.com accounts.
Even after 40 years of service, X-ray computed tomography (better known as CT scans) can be a challenge to capture. If the patient moves even a nudge, the image will come out blurry. But with GE's new Revolution CT, doctors will be able to image the entirety of your innards in the span of a single heartbeat.
Valley venture capital firm Kleiner Perkins’ aggressive bet on cleantech has turned out to be a major driving force behind its struggles and recent shakeup. We’ve covered the topic many times (see the dangers of righteous investing) but Pandodaily nicely captured this week the essence of what’s at stake for Kleiner’s leader John Doerr — the guy who ushered Kleiner into its internet investing heights of the 90′s and led the decision to go whole hog into cleantech in recent years — if he can’t right the ship.
However, underlying Kleiner’s cleantech missteps is the reality of the short comings of traditional venture capital itself.
Verizon is close to inking a deal with Intel to buy the chip maker’s yet-to-be launched online TV service OnCue, according to a Bloomberg report. Intel originally planned to launch the service by the end of the year, but the company’s new CEO Brian Krzanich decided that Intel shouldn’t be in the TV business, after all.
First it was rumors of Google building ARM-based servers, and now a post on the blog dedicated to Facebook’s HipHop Virtual Machine for PHP
code notes how its translation engine plays a “crucial in our efforts to get hhvm running on ARM processors.” Indeed if Facebook wants to implement ARM-based cores it will have to ensure its hhvm code runs on top of them.