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Florida police officer helps homeless man shave for McDonald's interview

Florida police officer helps homeless man shave for McDonald's interview

According to a post on the Tallahassee Police Department's Facebook page, a witness captured the deed on camera over the weekend. Noticing Phil with his struggles, Officer Tony Carlson walked over to talk with him. The man, though, was having a hard time with the razor working and he did not have a mirror. 'One of his comments was that I should be a barber'. Carlson said he immediately knew he had to help the man. Consulte Mais Informação

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Federal aid for farmers is nothing new, but Trump's bailout is

Federal aid for farmers is nothing new, but Trump's bailout is

A joint statement said the result of the meeting was the "launch of a new phase in the relationship between the United States and the European Union ". And he'll do everything he can to protect them, ' Gidley said. Prices of steel have been buoyed by a 25% tariff on the metal. This comes after farmers, especially soybean growers were impacted by tariffs from China and other nations.a retaliation to President Trump's tariffs on Chinese goods. Consulte Mais Informação

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Qualcomm Surges 7% as It Gives Up on NXP, Boosts Buybacks

Qualcomm Surges 7% as It Gives Up on NXP, Boosts Buybacks

Qualcomm needed China's approval because it accounted for almost two-thirds of its revenue a year ago, according to Reuters. The deal fell apart after Chinese regulators let the deadline for approval pass without signing off . "We obviously got caught up in something that was above us", Qualcomm Chief Executive Steve Mollenkopf said in an interview after the announcement on Wednesday. Consulte Mais Informação

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United States trade chief eyes deals on NAFTA, Philippines, sub-Saharan Africa

United States trade chief eyes deals on NAFTA, Philippines, sub-Saharan Africa

But the Trump administration has irked Canada, who along with Mexico and U.S.is party to NAFTA, by invoking national security reasons to impose tariffs on Canadian steel and aluminum. He said a number of sub-Saharan African countries also would make good candidates for bilateral trade deals. Visiting Canadian Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland "Canada very much believes in NAFTA as a trilateral agreement". Consulte Mais Informação

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Oil prices fall on trade worries

Oil prices fall on trade worries

This caused Jim Krane , fellow for energy studies at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy, to remark, "The U.S.is turning into a stable supplier of light, sweet crude that can go to market when others can't". Reuters reported last month that India had asked refiners to prepare for drastic reductions or even zero Iranian oil imports. More recently, however, officials such as Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin have suggested a more flexible ... Consulte Mais Informação

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United States vehicle tariffs still aren't off the table, warns German industry group

United States vehicle tariffs still aren't off the table, warns German industry group

Speaking on the results of the meeting with Trump, Juncker explained the symbolism of his gift, a photo of a military cemetery in Luxembourg, to the United States president. "I urge the Administration to focus on ensuring that American agricultural products produced in the Sixth District and across the country remain competitive in our global market". Consulte Mais Informação

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Qualcomm confirms that Intel will provide all modems in future iPhones

Qualcomm confirms that Intel will provide all modems in future iPhones

Ahead of the 2018 iPhone launch from Apple in September, the company's key supplier - Foxconn - has started hiring more workers for its iPhone assembly plants in China. He added that the dynamic nature of the industry could see Qualcomm back to producing modems for Apple soon. But Infineon quickly lost the business when Intel bought its communications chip business in 2010, and Qualcomm became the provider of iPhone modems. Consulte Mais Informação

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SEC to Announce Decision On Five Bitcoin ETFs on September 21st

SEC to Announce Decision On Five Bitcoin ETFs on September 21st

Bitcoin's rebound continued on Tuesday, carrying the largest crypto currency above $8,000 for the first time in two months and leading a revival among digital currencies that have been under pressure for much of the year. 10, Aug. 15, Aug. 16 or "by September". At least three other requests from exchanges that want to list Bitcoin ETFs have been pending since January. Consulte Mais Informação

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After being banned for years, Facebook enters China amid tight censorship

After being banned for years, Facebook enters China amid tight censorship

The new Facebook subsidiary, registered in the eastern city of Hangzhou, will engage in the development of network IT, technology services and consulting, among other services, the corporate filing showed. Facebook has been banned in China for years with no hope of overcoming what has been called the Great Firewall of China. The social media giant has setup similar hubs in India, France, Brazil and South Korea. Consulte Mais Informação

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Trump re-election flags may get burned by his tariffs — Made in China

Trump re-election flags may get burned by his tariffs — Made in China

The row has been taken as further evidence that Britain will be better off outside the European Union with Mr Trump and the United Kingdom already scoping out a free trade deal beyond Brexit. "If tariffs punish farmers, the answer is not welfare for farmers - the answer is remove the tariffs", Sen. "The consensus is that this is catastrophic for Hollywood, for its major source of funding and major overseas market", Rob Cain, partner at Pacific Bridge Pictures and founder of ... Consulte Mais Informação

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Asus, Philips and others face a combined €111 million for price fixing

Asus, Philips and others face a combined €111 million for price fixing

The logo of Philips is seen at the company's entrance in Brussels September 11, 2012. The European Commission found Pioneer operated illegally in 12 countries, with the remaining three brands breaching laws in one or two nations. Above you can see the four separate rulings and the fines imposed on the companies concerned. Philips did not respond immediately to requests for comment. Consulte Mais Informação

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