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Hastings: Possible Net Neutrality Changes 'Unfortunate'

According to him the e-commerce giant is now spending almost $4 billion on content. "We saw higher subscription rates to Netflix from Amazon Prime than regular customers". At the same time, Hastings believes that even if Netflix was very outspoken about the issue, there's no changing the mind of incoming FCC chair Ajit V.



White House official: Trump plans to pull United States from Paris deal

Supporters of the deal say it's not an either-or choice. A United States withdrawal could deepen a rift with U.S. allies. But the corporate world has by and large come out in favour of staying in the accord . will implement the agreement ", a senior European Union official told reporters on Wednesday, on condition of anonymity. Several US media including CNN, CBS , ABC and Politico also reported that the White House was expected to announce a withdrawal from the 2015 accord ...



S. Korea's new leader orders probe of United States missile launchers

South Korean military officials deliberately withheld information from the president about the arrival of new launchers for a controversial USA anti-missile system, his office said on Wednesday. Documents submitted to Moon Jae-In shortly after he came to office this month were redacted to remove mention of four new rocket launchers for the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense (THAAD) system.


Restored credibility of economy in 3 years of Modi government: Arun Jaitley

Restored credibility of economy in 3 years of Modi government: Arun Jaitley

Arun Jaitley on three years of Modi govt: Saying that India was nowhere on the global radar three years ago, Arun Jaitley claimed the Modi government inherited corruption and indecision. The finance minister said the administration was in a state of preparedness to roll out the programme on the scheduled date of July 1. Referring to the challenges, Jaitley noted the issue of bad loans in the banking sector and kick-starting private sector investment.



Oracle Team USA's quest for a 'three-peat' begins on Saturday

Race two proved an enthralling encounter as Artemis Racing came from behind to complete a spectacular turnaround to beat SoftBank Team Japan. In boats built for pure speed, the Japanese had drawn level with the BAR team, who set about getting back the lead.