Lebanese banks on Friday reopened their doors to customers for the first time in two weeks as the people’s lives start to get back to normal after an unprecedented wave of protests that made Prime Minister Saad Hariri resign.
PG&E Corp. said about 209,000 customers could be hit by potential power cutoffs this week, less than two weeks after its most recent unprecedented shutoffs hit more than 730,000 homes and workplaces in northern California.
The US Commerce Department said on Friday it may soon scale back restrictions on Huawei Technologies after this week’s blacklisting would have made it nearly impossible for the Chinese company to service its existing customers.
Australia and New Zealand Banking Group cut fixed mortgage rates on Friday, the last of the country’s growth-starved big banks to do so in recent weeks as they chase new customers amid lower funding costs.
Bitcoins are worth less than half of what they were in December. Mining them is 60 percent less profitable than it was in 2017. Even retailers of hobbyist mining rigs say they are seeing fewer customers.
The number of males purchasing indoor toys in 2016 rose more than 40 percent from a year ago, industry data showed on Monday, suggesting that more fathers are choosing to play with their children at home.
Volkswagen (VW) will offer generous compensation packages for the roughly 600,000 US owners of diesel vehicles that emit an illegal amount of emissions, the head of its claims fund told a German paper.