Economia

First-quarter growth was in fact the fastest since the third quarter of 2015, with March data showing investment, retail sales, factory output and exports all grew faster than expected. Real estate investment remained robust, expanding 9.1 percent, while new construction quickened despite intensifying government measures to cool soaring home prices.
  • Trump signs order targeting visa program

    Economia

    Companies that specialize in applying for H-1B visas on behalf of foreign workers, then connecting those workers with US employers, include Tata Consultancy Services Ltd, Cognizant Tech Solutions Corp and Infosys Ltd. He called these reforms that put more emphasis on bringing in highly skilled workers an "elegant way of solving very systemic problems" with the H-1B program.
  • Samsung delays launch of Bixby voice assistant on Galaxy S8

    Samsung delays launch of Bixby voice assistant on Galaxy S8

    Economia

    Apart from the Edge-to-Edge display, the only feature which the Samsung Galaxy S8 brings to the table is the new Bixby assistant. The Bixby digital assistant, which was announced by Samsung last month along with its newest flagship smartphones, is Samsung's answer to Siri and Google Assistant.
  • Australia scraps visa for skilled foreign workers

    Australia scraps visa for skilled foreign workers

    Economia

    The move to abolish the popular work visa used by over 95,000 foreign workers, majority of them Indians, is aimed to ensure that Australian workers are given the absolute first priority for jobs. The Government will deny their tough talk on immigration & plan to ban 457 visas is because of One Nation but we all know the truth! "The new system will be manifestly, rigorously, resolutely conducted in the national interest", Mr Turnbull said on Tuesday.
  • Chicago Bulls: Takeaways From Game 1 Win Over Boston Celtics

    Economia

    Game 3 in the series isn't until 9am on Saturday (AEST) in Chicago. "Playoff Rondo", the guy who put up games where he suddenly turned into a 3-point marksman and triple-double machine, certainly looks to be real this time around, as he's averaging 11 points, 10 assists and 8.5 rebounds in the first two games this series .
  • Over 21000 expected at Trump's first Easter Egg Roll

    Economia

    A total of some 18,000 Easter eggs were made available to the kids, however, by the White House. Today, Donald Trump and Melania Trump welcomed about 21,000 guests for the 139th Easter Egg Roll at the White House. "We will be stronger and bigger and better as a nation than ever before", said Trump, before wishing the crowd a happy Easter under overcast skies in Washington .
  • My comments were misconstrued: Sonu Nigam

    My comments were misconstrued: Sonu Nigam

    Economia

    The whole controversy started on Monday when Sonu Nigam chose to share his distress over loudspeakers on religious places. The remark outraged a Muslim organisation and a cleric announced an award on the singer. "I don't believe in any temple or gurudwara using electricity to wake up people who don't follow the religion". In his latest tweets, Sonu stood by his statements and stated that loudspeakers should not be allowed in mosques and temples.
  • BP working to control damaged oil in Alaska

    Economia

    The Alaska Department of Conservation said on Monday that a team of workers had successfully stopped the leak. To view the full article, register now. However, the incident didn't cause any sorts of injuries to the workers, and they also been taken to a safe location in a nearby Alaskan village which is located dozens of miles away from the oil well site; also there were no damages reported to the presence wildlife.
  • Christie Halts NJ Transit Payments To Amtrak As Derailment Delays Drag On

    Christie Halts NJ Transit Payments To Amtrak As Derailment Delays Drag On

    Economia

    The governor said NJ Transit would cease the payments until an independent examination of Amtrak's equipment along the corridor has been conducted that demonstrates it is in good condition. Penn Station handles more than 600,000 passengers and 1,200 trains a day on 21 tracks. The derailment this week was traced to rotted wooden timbers that support the track.