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Daily Archives: August 12, 2018

UPDATE 1-Box Office: 'The Meg' Bites Off Strong $44.5 Million Debut

© Reuters. UPDATE 1-Box Office: ‘The Meg’ Bites Off Strong $ 44.5 Million Debut (Adds details) By Rebecca Rubin LOS ANGELES, Aug 12, (Variety.com) – “The Meg” devoured the competition at the domestic box office. Warner Bros.’ big-budget shark thriller opened well above expectations, biting off $ 44.5 million when it opened in 4,118 North American locations. That was easily ...

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The Wall Street Journal: Trump says boycott of Harley-Davidson would be ‘great’

President Donald Trump said a planned boycott of iconic American motorcycle manufacturer Harley-Davidson for wanting to move some of its operations outside the United States would be “great.” “Many @harleydavidson owners plan to boycott the company if manufacturing moves overseas. Great!,” Trump wrote on Twitter Sunday. “Most other companies are coming in our direction, including Harley competitors. A really bad ...

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The Wall Street Journal: White supremacists’ D.C. rally fizzles, drowned out by counterprotesters

What was promoted as a “white civil-rights rally” held near the White House on Sunday appeared to be a bust, with fewer than 20 attendees, while thousands of counterprotesters gathered nearby. Jason Kessler, the white nationalist who organized the rally, told the National Park Service he expected 100 to 400 attendees. The rally began about 3:30 p.m. EDT and ended ...

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Check Point Research: How Android allows ‘man-in-the-disk’ cyberattacks

Check Point Research said it has found a design flaw in Android’s Sandbox that allows external storage to be used as an avenue for cyberattacks. Those attacks could result in undesired outcomes, such as silent installation of unrequested, potentially malicious, apps to the user’s phone. They could be used for denial of service for legitimate apps. They could even cause applications to ...

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RPT-GRAPHIC- Rising U.S. natural gas exports to Mexico capped by pipe delays

© Reuters. RPT-GRAPHIC- Rising U.S. natural gas exports to Mexico capped by pipe delays (Repeats with no changes) By Andres Guerra Luz and Scott DiSavino Aug 10 (Reuters) – U.S. exports to Mexico hit all-time highs this month, but a slower-than-expected build out of pipelines inside Mexico has kept increases far below available capacity at the border. The latest uptick ...

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