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Daily Archives: February 23, 2019

As tech giants grow ever more powerful, Canada and others are under pressure to act

Practically it’s about tech giants collecting and selling our data to third parties without our consent, she adds. This has been exposed in a slate of recent scandals, from the discovery of a microphone built into Google’s Nest Secure home security system, to <a href="https://www.thestar.com/business/technology/2018/08/13/google-tracks-your-movements-like-it-or-not…. Technology News

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Blockchain could ensure the integrity of scientific research trials

Scientific misconduct is more than just a problem for academia. The falsifying of results can lead to incorrect information spreading out into the world and can have real-world consequences as well as undermining the credibility of science among the general public. Now a group of researchers have proposed a way to make research data mor… Blockchain Search Results

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United States : Mondelez International to Transfer Listing of Debt Securities to Nasdaq

United States : Mondelez International to Transfer Listing of Debt Securities to Nasdaq Feb 23, 2019 (Euclid Infotech Ltd via COMTEX) — Mondelez International, Inc. announced its intention to transfer the securities exchange listing for its notes listed below from the New York Stock Exchange to the Nasdaq Bond Exchange effective February 25, 2019 after market close. The debt securities ...

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Credit extended by banks reaches OMR25.1bn

Muscat: The banking sector in the Sultanate continued to witness reasonable growth and support economic diversification initiatives, including providing adequate credit to the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector. The combined balance sheet of conventional and Islamic banks (other depository corporations) taken together provides a complete overview of the financial intermediation taking place in the banking system in the Sultanate. ...

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Dems seek to halt business tax cuts to ease property taxes

Alex LaCasse @Nomad_Reports CONCORD&#2013266080;&#2013266071; The state Senate is weighing a bill that aims to re-institute municipal revenue sharing for the first time since the Great Recession for the purposes of easing the burden of local property taxes by suspending further reductions of state business taxes. Senate Bill 301, sponsored by Democratic Sens. Dan Feltes of Concord, and Donna Soucy of ...

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Credit extended by banks reaches OMR25.1bn

Muscat: The banking sector in the Sultanate continued to witness reasonable growth and support economic diversification initiatives, including providing adequate credit to the small and medium enterprise (SME) sector. The combined balance sheet of conventional and Islamic banks (other depository corporations) taken together provides a complete overview of the financial intermediation taking place in the banking system in the Sultanate. ...

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