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Toshiba Memory sees ‘good chance’ of M&A in push for data center business

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TOKYO (Reuters) – Japan’s Toshiba Memory said there was a “good chance” of acquisitions as it pushes to increase its share of the market for advanced storage products used in data centers. FILE PHOTO: Toshiba’s flash memory factory is pictured during a media tour in Yokkaichi, western Japan September 9, 2014. REUTERS/Reiji Murai/File Photo Toshiba Read More

Iran oil stacking up in Chinese ports adds to market uncertainty

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7/22/2019 BEIJING -Tankers are offloading millions of barrels of Iranian oil into storage tanks at Chinese ports, creating a hoard of crude sitting on the doorstep of the world’s biggest buyer. Two and a half months after the White House banned the purchase of Iran’s oil, the nation’s crude is continuing to be sent to Read More

Missing Moscow link? Anonymous MI6 sources blame Russia for Iran seizing BRITISH ship

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For anyone wondering how an international incident happened that didn’t have a link to Russia, no need to worry because those ubiquitous ‘MI6 sources’ are back to accuse Moscow of involvement in tensions between Britain and Iran. Iran seized a British oil tanker in the Gulf over the weekend, saying it was “violating international maritime Read More

In 2018, foreign-sourced uranium accounted for 90% of U.S. nuclear operators’ purchases

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July 22, 2019 Most uranium purchased by U.S. civilian nuclear power reactor operators every year comes from foreign countries. In 2018, 90% of the 40 million pounds of uranium purchased was from foreign countries, led by Canada (24% of total), Kazakhstan (20%), Australia (18%), and Russia (13%). U.S.-origin uranium accounted for 10% of purchases, or Read More

Portuguese fires under partial control, weather raises concerns

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Trees are seen after a forest fire near the village of Cardigos, Portugal July 22, 2019. REUTERS/Rafael Marchante VILA DE REI/MACAO, Portugal (Reuters) – Fires that swept across central Portugal for nearly 48 hours were under partial control on Monday, but adverse weather conditions are raising concern they will flare up again. The last of Read More

Bayer could benefit from home advantage in St. Louis Roundup cancer trial: experts

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ST. LOUIS (Reuters) – Bayer AG (BAYGn.DE), facing an upcoming trial in St. Louis over allegations that its Roundup weed killer causes cancer, has recruited Missouri-based expert witnesses to make its case in a place where it has century-old roots but where juries often hit companies with huge damages. FILE PHOTO: The logo of Bayer Read More

India successfully launches Chandrayaan 2 rover mission to Moon’s South Pole

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India’s space agency has successfully launched a lunar mission after the first was rescheduled due to a technical glitch. It is set to land on the Moon’s South Pole in the hope of making some groundbreaking discoveries. Chandrayaan-2 lifted off on Monday at the Satish Dhawan Space Center, located several miles inland from the Bay Read More

Iranian media releases 1st PHOTOS of ‘captured CIA-linked spies’

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Photos purporting to show several of the 17 alleged captured CIA-linked operatives have begun circulating in the Iranian media. “The identified spies were employed in sensitive and vital private sector centers in the economic, nuclear, infrastructure, military and cyber areas… where they collected classified information,” Iran’s Ministry of Intelligence said in a statement broadcast on state Read More

France asks EU for early farm aid to help drought-hit farmers

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FILE PHOTO: A corn field affected by drought is pictured in Montbert near Nantes, France July 16, 2019. REUTERS/Stephane Mahe/File Photo PARIS (Reuters) – France will ask the European Commission to bring forward the payment of 1 billion euros ($1.12 billion) of subsidies to help farmers cope with a hot spell that hurt crops and Read More