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Airbus Foresees More Regulatory Scrutiny After Boeing's 737 MAX Crashes
May 21, 2019
The new chief operating officer of Airbus said the European plane maker expects more regulatory scrutiny after two crashes by Boeing’s 737 MAX jets have raised questions about safety oversight.
U.S. Slows Hiring of Chinese Nationals by Chip Makers
May 21, 2019
The U.S. has sharply slowed approvals for the nation’s semiconductor companies to hire Chinese nationals for advanced engineering jobs, limiting access to talent.
U.S. Slows Hiring of Chinese Nationals by Chip Makers
May 21, 2019
The U.S. has sharply slowed approvals for the nation’s semiconductor companies to hire Chinese nationals for advanced engineering jobs, limiting access to talent.
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Massive Instagram data dump by Indian firm exposed records of millions of influencers – report
May 21, 2019
Preview A database containing contact details and records of more than 49 million Instagram users, including popular food bloggers and celebrities, has been leaked online by an Indian marketing company, which somehow obtained the list.
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Europe unlikely to join US crackdown on Huawei after years of joint projects – company’s VP
May 21, 2019
Preview European countries won’t ban Huawei from their markets because they see the firm as a reliable partner, the Chinese tech giant’s vice president has said in response to sweeping restrictions on the company imposed by the US.
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Austria’s Kurz to face no confidence vote after govt resignations - lawmaker
May 21, 2019
Preview Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz is set to face a no confidence vote in parliament after several ministers from former coalition partner, the Freedom Party (FPO), resigned following a corruption scandal.
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