STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Swedish prosecutors on Wednesday appealed a court ruling earlier in October that an employee at Canadian aircraft and train maker Bombardier (BBDb.TO) was innocent of bribery, the Prosecution Authority said in a statement. A logo of jet manufacturer Bombardier is pictured on their booth during the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Tensions among Republicans about President Donald Trump boiled over on Tuesday as two senators accused Trump of debasing U.S. politics and the country’s standing abroad, a rebellion that could portend trouble for his legislative agenda. The extraordinary public criticism of the president from Jeff Flake and Bob Corker further strained what had
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SINGAPORE (Reuters) – Apple, which recently said it was including wireless charging in its latest iPhone X and iPhone 8 smartphones, has acquired New Zealand firm PowerbyProxi that designs wireless power products for consumers and industry.  A broken iPhone is seen in this illustration picture, October 21, 2017. REUTERS/Kacper Pempel An Apple spokesman confirmed the
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(Reuters) – U.S. Open winner Sloane Stephens, compatriot CoCo Vandeweghe and double grand slam champion Angelique Kerber will headline the field at the WTA Elite Trophy, which will be played from Oct. 31 to Nov. 5 in Zhuhai. Sept 9, 2017; New York, NY, USA; Sloane Stephens of the USA with the US Open Trophy
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DENVER – The National Park Service proposed peak-season entrance fee increases on Tuesday at 17 of its most popular attractions, including Yellowstone, Grand Canyon and Yosemite national parks, to help finance a backlog of maintenance and improvements. FILE PHOTO: People use phones and tablets to photograph Old Faithful geyser erupting in Yellowstone National Park in
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TOKYO (Reuters) – Toyota Motor Corp’s solid-state battery technology under development could be a “game changer” for pure electric vehicles, but that does not mean the automaker is moving away from hydrogen-powered fuel cell vehicles, a company executive said. Toyota Motor Corp. Executive Vice President Didier Leroy presents the company’s Concept-i series as a screen
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WASHINGTON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – The Trump administration will temporarily delay processing of most refugees from 11 countries identified as high-risk, while resuming refugee admissions for other countries, government officials said on Tuesday. Most of the affected countries are in the Middle East and Africa, according to documents seen by Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A woman who
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NEW YORK (Reuters) – Lawyers defending the former head of New York City’s correction officers’ union and a co-founder of defunct hedge fund Platinum Partners in a federal bribery trial told jurors on Tuesday that prosecutors’ star witness was a liar. Norman Seabrook (C) exits the Manhattan District court house in New York, U.S., July
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WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand First party leader Winston Peters has been appointed deputy prime minister and foreign minister, elevating the veteran protectionist politician into two of the country’s most powerful positions. New Zealand’s Prime Minister-designate Jacinda Ardern speaks as she stands next to New Zealand First party leader Winston Peters after their meeting in
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