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Daily Archives: February 1, 2018

European tech gets second wind after record-breaking 2017

LONDON (Reuters) – When German semiconductor maker Infineon slashed its revenue guidance on Wednesday because of a weakening dollar, its shares tumbled to the bottom of the benchmark DAX index. But as the impact of the announcement wore off, investors bid the stock higher and it closed the day down just 1 percent, leaving it up 37 percent in the ...

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Common Sense: Trump Tax Cuts and the Economy: Time Will Tell, Maybe

Advertisement Most presidents will at some point benefit from a surging economy and stock market, but none has claimed more credit for them than Donald J. Trump, as he did again during this week’s State of the Union address. Among the highlights: <p class="Paragraph-paragraph–2eXNE elementStyles-paragraph–3EIcW e… NYT > Business Day

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How to block SSH access for specific IP addresses

Image: Jack Wallen If you work with Linux, chances are secure shell (SSH) is a part of your daily routine. In fact, remotely administering a Linux server can be a challenge without this often vaunted tool. And although SSH, by design, is quite secure, it’s not perfect. If you have a… Articles on TechRepublic

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Portugal property investment hits new record

Lisbon INVESTMENT in Portugal’s real estate sector is set to reach a fresh record of up to three billion euros (S$ 4.9 billion) this year, boosted by foreign buyers, up from 1.9 billion euros in 2017, a leading consultancy in the sector said. The real estate sector has been surging Let’s block ads! (Why?) … The Business Times

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Personal Finance Daily: Overeaters and overspenders have this one thing in common and don’t make these 3 big mistakes when filing your taxes early

The weekend is just around the corner. Here are some of the day’s top stories to round out your Thursday. Personal Finance Here’s what Super Bowl LII players can teach you about not blowing a salary bonus Follow these rules to handle a financial windfall wisely, writes Andy Frye.  Here’s why Chicago, Porto and Melbourne apparently ‘have it all’ With ...

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The alleged conspiracy to fix the price of chicken meat, explained

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