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Экс-генсек НАТО Расмуссен стал советником Goldman Sachs

Ему поручили решение публичного спора по покупке Goldman Sachs доли датского производителя электроэнергии Dong<p>Американский банк Goldman Sachs нанял в …

Russia mulls new selective sanctions against Western nations

MOSCOW (AP) — Russia will consider new selective retaliatory measures against some specific Western countries, the nation's security chief said …

Feds make it even harder for telemarketers to annoy you

Federal regulators just made it harder for telemarketers to interrupt your family dinners and jam your mobile phone with unwanted text messages by passing strict new rules that will give consumers more ways to opt out and block unwanted messages and prerecorded, automated robocalls.<p>The Federal …

Vladimir Putin's tough new data law could cost Russia billions

What’s the price a country is willing to pay to keep its citizens safe from hackers? For Russia, that price may be $5.7 billion, according to a …

Metro: Челябинский «Человек-паук» потерпел фиаско в любви

Житель Челябинской области, поддавшись романтическому порыву, решил произвести впечатление на свою возлюбленную, но выбрал для этого весьма странный способ, пишет Metro. Он спустился по веревке с крыши многоэтажного дома до уровня ее окна в надежде появиться перед ней наподобие Человека-паука. Увы, …

12.2-Inch 'iPad Air Plus' May Launch Between April and June 2015 With A9 Processor

Japanese magazine <i>Mac Fan</i> has published some possible schematics depicting the design of the larger-screened "iPad Pro" or "iPad Air Plus" in its January issue, which have been shared by <i>Mac Otakara</i> [Google Translate] along with some information about the upcoming device.<p>The schematics suggest the …

Europe's Laser-Powered Space Data Highway Passes Early Test

A European satellite beamed images to Earth on Friday using new laser-based communications technology, opening the way for uninterrupted and near-instantaneous viewing of natural disasters being sent to governments and relief agencies. The images were a test of a 450 million euro ($562 million) …