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RPT-'Fortnite' app removal threatens social lifeline for young gamers

17 Aug 2020

NEW YORK/BENGALURU, Aug 15 A YouTube alert interrupted Jack Erricker’s schoolwork on Friday morning as he and kids all over the world woke up to the news that their favorite game, Fortnite, had been taken down from Apple’s Store and Google Play store.

'Fortnite' app removal threatens social lifeline for young gamers

17 Aug 2020

NEW YORK/BENGALURU A YouTube alert interrupted Jack Erricker’s schoolwork on Friday morning as he and kids all over the world woke up to the news that their favorite game, Fortnite, had been taken down from Apple’s Store and Google Play store.

India reports record rise in coronavirus cases; Delhi cancels all medical staff leave

20 Jun 2020

NEW DELHI/BENGALURU India reported a record jump in coronavirus infections on Saturday, a day after the government in the capital New Delhi ordered hospitals to cancel any leave and have workers return to duty immediately.

Goldman pushes ahead with 1,460 India hires, internships

15 May 2020

BENGALURU Goldman Sachs Group Inc will honor job and internship offers to 1,460 Indian graduates and students this summer, the equivalent of a quarter of its workforce in the country, forging ahead with expansion plans despite uncertainties due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

CORRECTED-INTERVIEW-Goldman pushes ahead with 1,460 India hires, internships

15 May 2020

BENGALURU, May 15 Goldman Sachs Group Inc will honor job and internship offers to 1,460 Indian graduates and students this summer, the equivalent of a quarter of its workforce in the country, forging ahead with expansion plans despite uncertainties due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

First UK-listed firms edge towards BoE loan scheme

25 Mar 2020

A handful of large British companies had emerged on Wednesday as likely candidates for the government's emergency lending scheme aimed at helping them tide over the coronavirus shutdowns afflicting many of the world's biggest economies.

British companies turn to government's virus-related stimulus

25 Mar 2020

March 25 A handful of large British companies had emerged on Wednesday as likely candidates for the government's emergency lending scheme aimed at helping them tide over the coronavirus shutdowns afflicting many of the world's biggest economies.

UK's retail property owners and tenants work together to defer rent payments

24 Mar 2020

British retail property owners and tenants are working together to defer rent payments and find other solutions that allow shops, businesses and landlords to ride out the coronavirus shutdown.

Capita shares plunge 35% as turnaround drags on

05 Mar 2020

British outsourcer Capita shed more than a third of its market value on Thursday after saying it would have to spend an additional 170 million pounds to rebuild its business, hitting its 2020 cash forecast and debt pile.

Global Markets: Apple takes shine off stocks rally

13 Sep 2017

LONDON Disappointment over the timing of Apple’s iPhone X release hampered further gains for world stock markets on Wednesday after an easing of concerns about North Korea sent indices to record highs.

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