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The blue-chip FTSE 100 index was flat at 0714 GMT, with miners Rio Tinto, Glencore and Anglo American among the worst performers on lower metal prices. Inflation rose 3.1% in annual terms in September, slowing unexpectedly from 3.2% in August.
Facebook is planning to rebrand itself with a new name, according to a report from tech site The Verge on Tuesday.It cited a source with direct knowledge of the matter.The report says Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is set to discuss the rebranding at an annual conference next week, and comes as the company faces intensifying scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers over its business practices.Facebook said in response that it does not comment on quote "rumor or speculation."The rebranding would position Facebook as one of many products under a parent company, which will also oversee apps like Instagram and Whatsapp.Similarly, Google established Alphabet as a holding company back in 2015 to expand beyond its search engine and advertising businesses.The move also reflects Facebook's heavy investment in virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality as it builds its so-called metaverse, where it aims to connect over 3 billion users through several devices and apps.On Tuesday, it announced plans to create 10,000 jobs in the European Union over the next five years to help bolster this effort.The Verge report says a possible name for the company could have something to do with the word Horizon.Facebook recently renamed its in-development VR gaming platform 'Horizon Worlds'.
The Olympic flame arrived in Beijing on Wednesday, on the day that several activists were reportedly due in court in Greece after being arrested for disrupting the lighting ceremony to accuse China of human rights abuses. Beijing 2022 officials transported the flame on a flight from Athens, Xinhua reported, before a welcome ceremony featuring a performance from Hong Kong singer Nicholas Tse, held in the Beijing Olympic Tower on the main site of the 2008 Summer Olympics. The cauldron was lit and
Hong Kong police have arrested a man suspected of being part of a fraud syndicate that duped 17 people out of HK$350,000 (US$45,000) in low-interest loan scams over the past 11 months. The jobless man, 37, was detained on Monday afternoon when he collected HK$15,000 from the 17th victim in Mong Kok. Senior Inspector Cheung Man-tik, of the New Territories South regional crime unit, said the victim, 31, was told he had to pay the money as a “surety” to secure his loan.Do you have questions about t
THE ARQ Builders-Cebu bounced back from their opening game loss by downing Quezon City, 21-11, in the Chooks-to-Go Pilipinas 3x3 Invitational on Wednesday, October 20, 2021, at the Laus Group Events Centre
FOR the whole month of October, Ayala Malls Central Bloc is dedicating a line-up of events and promos to raise awareness on mental health and well-being as part of its feel-good “Padayon” campaign.“Padayon”
An early morning commuter train in Australia derailed on Wednesday after hitting an abandoned vehicle, trapping the driver and wounding several others.Authorities said the four-car train hit the car in Wollongong, just 56 miles south of Sydney, at 4:15am local time, knocking the first carriage over and tilting the second.Firefighters rescued the train driver, who was taken to hospital along with a guard and two of the train's nine passengers.New South Wales police superintendent Craig Ireland told reporters the investigation is still ongoing."It doesn't appear to be a case of a simple breakdown, and the fact that someone's run from the scene prior to it indicates that it's either deliberate or some sort of misadventure driving the car in that area on the tracks."Police set up a crime scene after a person was reported running away from the site of the incident.It was not known how long the van had been parked on the tracks.Wednesday's derailment further adds to commuter problems in Sydney.Train drivers had already planned a strike against privatisation plans on Wednesday which was expected to shut down 70% of trains.
The poor people are also going out because they also feel trapped being put on a lockdown, and they also miss going out with their families and friends. They're no different from rich people going out for "self-care".
FULLY vaccinated individuals as well as minors who are unvaccinated against coronavirus disease (Covid-19) may now have access to indoor facilities in some establishments in Lapu-Lapu City, according to
Another COVID lockdown would be completely wrong right now as Britain is learning to live with the novel coronavirus, Business Secretary Kwasi Kwarteng said on Wednesday. "I absolutely think that it would be completely wrong for us to go back into a lockdown," he told Times Radio. He said the critical indicators were hospitalisations and death rates - and that those were much lower.