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Apple ropes in former Microsoft executive to boost smart home business
Apple has appointed Microsoft’s former Corporate Vice President Sam Jadallah to lead the ‘Home’ products category at Apple, CNBC reported early on Sunday.
Top UK firms to reveal executive-worker pay gap under new rules
Britain’s biggest listed companies will be forced to justify the pay gap between chief executives and their workforce as part of rules that come into force on New Year’s Day.
IMF executive board completes first review under the policy coordination instrument for Serbia
On December 21, 2018, the Executive Board of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) completed the first review under the Policy Coordination Instrument (PCI) for the Republic of Serbia. The Executive Board’s decision was taken without a meeting.
Report: Trump to push executive order to end birthright citizenship
US President Donald Trump plans to push an executive order to end the right of US citizenship to children born in the US to noncitizens and immigrants in the country illegally, he told Axios in an interview published on Tuesday, a move that would prompt a constitutional fight.
Oxfam's deputy chief executive resigns over sex scandal in Haiti
The deputy chief executive of Oxfam, Penny Lawrence, has resigned over the involvement of the British charity group's workers in a prostitution scandal in Haiti after the 2010 devastating earthquake as well as in Chad.
Ex-VW executive gets 7 years in US jail over 'Dieselgate'
A federal court in the United States has sentenced former Volkswagen (VW) executive Oliver Schmidt to jail and fine for his role in the German automaker's emissions cheating scandal or "Dieselgate".
US courts ‘can never try my country,’ says Turkish president
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has rejected the planned trial by a US court of a Turkish bank executive who has been accused of evading Washington’s sanctions against Iran, saying courts in the United States cannot put Turkey on trial.
US judge blocks Trump’s executive order targeting 'sanctuary cities'
A US judge has blocked an executive order by President Donald Trump that could withhold federal funds from “sanctuary cities.”
Trump begins overhaul as first executive orders signed
Donald Trump took his first steps as the US president, signing an executive order which targets the signature health care reforms of his predecessor Barack Obama.
Iran appointed to executive boards of three int'l theater centers
Iran has been elected to serve on the executive boards of three international and specialized theater centers namely: International Theater Institute (ITI), UNIMA (Union Internationale de la Marionnette/International Puppetry Association) and International Association of Theater Critics (IATC).
UNESCO Executive Board unanimous to protect Palmyra
The 199th session of UNESCO Executive Board unanimously adopted a decision regarding UNESCO’s role in safeguarding and preservation Palmyra and other Syrian world heritage sites, decision supported by the Russian Federation, South Africa, Germany, Belarus, Brazil, China, the United States, France, Greece, India, Italy, Lebanon, Nigeria, Republic of Korea, Palau, Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
I will veto Obama’s executive actions on guns, Trump says
Leading US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has vowed to veto President Barack Obama's executive actions on guns if won the White House.
Brazil’s Petrobras chief, managers quit amid scandal
"The chief executive of Petrobras and other executives of the Brazilian state-owned oil giant have stepped down in the wake of a corruption scandal" reported.

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