November 14, 2019
  • 7:39 am Google awards a bug bounty of over Rs 24 lakh for finding security flaw
  • 7:24 am Denmark moves up on list of world’s most competitive business nations
  • 7:11 am Changing business matrix makes old foes NSE, MCX to talk alliance
  • 6:33 am Samiron Ghoshal is IBM’s new global business head in India
  • 5:37 am New Zealand’s Five Eyes membership called into question over ‘China links’

Google awarded an Uruguayan teenager about Rs 24.7 lakh as bug bounty for finding a serious security flaw which could give access to an attacker to its internal system. read more

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Denmark has moved one place up and now ranks sixth on an annual list of the world’s most competitive nations for businesses.Denmark’s strengths include good institutional and societal framework, with a high rule of law index, absence of corruption and great equality. read more

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NEW DELHI: It seems changing market dynamics are bringing old foes closer. For much of the past decade, India’s largest equity exchange NSE and commodity bourse MCXNSE -0.80 % were seen to be at loggerheads, primarily because the latter often insinuated the former for the problems it was facing in getting clearances from the market […]

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IBM has appointed Samiron Ghoshal, former technology partner at consulting firms KPMG and EY, as its head for global business services in India, as the IT giant looks at expanding in the domestic market. Read more

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The New Zealand government’s relationship with China has come under the spotlight after a former CIA analyst in the US said the nation’s participation in the Five Eyes intelligence alliance needs to be reconsidered. read more

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Aspirational India will reject the “anarchist” formation of “disparate political parties” which are promising to come together to fight the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the next general elections, Union Minister Arun Jaitley said today. read more

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NEW DELHI: External affairs minister Sushma Swaraj on Monday indicated that India will continue to purchase oil from Iran as Delhi only follows sanctions by the United Nations and not by any specific country. US President Donald Trump recently withdrew from the Iranian nuclear deal and threatened to reimpose US sanctions against Iran that were […]

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A top aide to the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-un, was on his way to the US on Tuesday, Donald Trump said in a tweet. read more

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PARIS — Denis Shapovalov is off to the second round of the French Open in his main draw debut at Roland Garros. The Canadian teen, seeded 24th, defeated John Millman of Australia 7-5, 6-4, 6-2 in a first-round match on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Vasek Pospisil of Vancouver lost 6-3, 6-3, 7-6 (7-5) to Marton Fucsovics of […]

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Roger Federer was in Paris over the weekend, not for the French Open, but to launch a US$23,220 (€19,998) limited-edition champagne bottle with his name on it. To help mark the tennis champion’s illustrious 20-year-career, Moet & Chandon has released 20 numbered magnums that will be sold in Europe for an eye-watering €19,998, with proceeds […]

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My colleague Kim Iskyan has been warning of the potential for a trade war between the U.S. and China for 18 months now (you can read his previous alerts here and here… and subscribers to The Churchouse Letter will know that his investment recommendation to take advantage of this escalating mercantilist skirmish is up nearly 100 percent. But this is […]

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Editor’s note: Today’s Asia Wealth Investment Daily is written by Brian Tycangco, who recently joined us here at Stansberry Churchouse Research. Brian has more than two decades of experience analysing Asian companies and stocks – and he’s incredibly good at it. From his base in Manila, in the Philippines, Brian has wandered all over the continent in search […]

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MUMBAI: Rashid Khan was easily one of the best performers in the Indian Premier League that concluded on Sunday. As brilliant and consistent as the 19-year-old Afghan was for Sunrisers Hyderabad during the tournament, there was a moment late last week when he developed cold feet. read more

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Star batsman AB de Villiers has apologised for a disappointing season for Royal Challengers Bangalore at the 2018 Indian Premier League. RCB finished sixth with 12 points in their kitty failing to qualify for the play-offs for the second year in a row. They have reached the final of the IPL three times but have […]

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LUCKNOW:  BSP chief Mayawati today announced changes in the party constitution, which bar her brother from continuing as its vice president while letting her remain the national president till she is too old for that responsibility. Mayawati said she will continue to lead the Bahujan Samaj Party for the next 20 to 22 years, bluntly telling […]

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