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Etisalat Nigeria changes name; now 9Mobile telecom

Etisalat Nigeria changes name; now 9Mobile telecom

Two other investors - Mubadala Development Company which holds a 40 per cent stake in Etisalat Nigeria and EMTS, representing the Nigerian shareholders, with 15 per cent stake - have remained committed to the Nigerian telco despite its debt crisis.



(INTC) Now Covered by Analysts at Hilliard Lyons

It has outperformed by 2.77% the S&P500. The stock, after opening at $34.28, closed at $34.25 by scoring 0.97%. Hartford reported 1.22M shares. About shares traded. On October 19 UBS kept the stock rating at "Buy" and lowered the price expectation from $43.00 to $40.00. RBC Capital Markets maintained the shares of INTC in report on Friday, July 8 with "Sector Perform" rating.



Martinez proving her worth as Muguruza marches on

In the three of her first eight Wimbledon finals which Williams did not win, the conqueror was always Serena Williams , whose victory over Venus Williams at the Australian Open brought a 23rd Grand Slam title. "I miss her so much", Venus said. It's been a very tumultuous couple of months for Williams and her family. Her selective aggressiveness pays dividends on short balls, and she will have to hope that Williams does not find her groove in hitting through the court.


Trump says he was unaware of son's meeting with Russian lawyer

Trump says he was unaware of son's meeting with Russian lawyer

Trump has praised his son for transparency and openness in dealing with the situation. The emails between Goldstone and Trump Jr . suggested the publicist would be able to broker a meeting with Natalia Veselnitskaya , a Russian lawyer with ties to the Kremlin, in order to furnish information harmful to Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential campaign.


United Kingdom spookhaüs GCHQ can crack end-to-end encryption says Australian AG

United Kingdom spookhaüs GCHQ can crack end-to-end encryption says Australian AG

These new laws are modeled on the UK's current strategy. Apple were very against similar laws being implemented in the USA, but Turnbull said he doesn't think we'll have the same problem in Australia. "The rule of law must prevail online as it does offline", he told Sunrise , "and we expect the big internet companies to ensure that their platforms - wonderful and magnificent and ingenious as they are - can not be used by people to hide their plots, to commit acts of terrorism or criminal ...