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Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan said Friday a disciplinary panel has dismissed a charge against him alleging he made a racially aggravated remark toward a group of Yorkshire teammates of Asian ethnicity in 2009. The verdict marks the latest stage of a scandal that erupted when Azeem Rafiq, a former player at Yorkshire, went public in 2020 saying he had been the victim of racial harassment and bullying across two spells at English cricket’s most successful club between 2008-18. Among Rafiq’s allegations was one where he accused Vaughan of saying to Rafiq and other teammates of Asian ethnicity on the sidelines of a Twenty20 match that there were “too many of you lot, we need to do something about it.”
Alibaba's six-way breakup plan has raised questions about the long-term shape of its profitable cloud unit, given that it will have to tackle heavy regulatory scrutiny at a time when competition is intensifying both in China and abroad. While a split into a standalone unit will give investors a chance to make focused bets on a business estimated by analysts to be worth between $41 billion and $60 billion, the step could put Alibaba's cloud unit even more in the cross-hairs of Chinese and overseas regulators, likely slowing its growth. Some analysts said external investment and separation from Alibaba's core ecommerce business could help it grow overseas, where it is far behind rivals such as Amazon Web Services.
With accurate analyses based on digital tools and extensive data from Axel Johnson's large truck fleet, Scania supports the company in its transition to battery-electric and sustainable transport.
The home is expected to be fully repaired in around three weeks.
Huawei on Friday reported a nearly 70% decline in profit last year amid sanctions and pandemic challenges, but its enterprise sales rose as the Chinese technology giant sought to pivot into digital industries and reduce its vulnerabilities to U.S. sanctions. “While it’s true that we have considerable pressures ahead of us, we still see opportunities to grow a resilient business portfolio, a unique competitive edge, the trust of our customers and partners and have the courage to invest heavily in R&D," Eric Xu, the outgoing rotating chairman of Huawei, said during a news conference Friday. Huawei said Friday that its annual revenue for 2022 reached 642.3 billion yuan ($93.5 billion), a 0.9% gain from the year before.
A new bill working its way through the Idaho legislature could make the simple act of driving a child to the post office illegal
"Even at that time, as a kid, I remember thinking, That sucks for him."
According to Fortune Business Insights, the global Edge Computing Market size is projected to reach USD 139.58 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 36.3% during the forecast period, 2023-2030Pune, India, March 31, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The global edge computing market size was valued at USD 11.99 billion in 2022 The market is projected to grow from USD 15.96 billion in 2023 to USD 139.58 billion by 2030, exhibiting a CAGR of 36.3% during the forecast period. Growing Deployment of Edge Infrastructure
Former Kosovo president Hashim Thaci, considered a hero by compatriots for leading the 1998-99 insurgency against Serbian rule that led to independence, will go on trial on Monday for alleged war crimes during the conflict. A special Kosovo court set up in The Hague indicted Thaci in November 2020 on 10 counts of war crimes and crimes against humanity including persecution, murder, torture and enforced disappearance of people among other things during the uprising. Thaci, 54, resigned as president shortly afterward and was transferred to detention in The Hague.
Earnings guidance got steadily worse in each quarter of 2022, and the company may only break even in 2023.
DBS Group, Singapore's largest bank, has benefited from inflows amounting to a "few hundred millions" in the aftermath of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank, its chief executive said on Friday. Piyush Gupta, speaking to shareholders at an annual general meeting (AGM), did not specify a currency for the inflows. He added DBS had generally been benefiting from safe-haven inflows into Singapore since last year, which had been boosted by the recent banking crisis in the West.
Formula 1 results and reaction as Fernando Alonso and Max Verstappen top the timesheets in Friday practice
Several members of the 16-man crew on a Liberia-flagged tanker are being held hostage by pirates who boarded the ship in West Africa’s Gulf of Guinea last week, the Danish shipper that owns the vessel said Friday. Pirates boarded the Monjasa Reformer southwest of Port Pointe-Noire, Congo, on March 25 and five days later, the French Navy that was patrolling the area, found the ship off the small island nation of Sao Tomé and Principe north of where it had been attacked. In a statement, company spokesman Thorstein Andreasen said that “the pirates had abandoned the vessel and brought a part of the crew members with them.”
The former England captain was alleged to have used the term “you lot” towards a group of four Yorkshire players of Asian ethnicity.
Hungary had been due to pass legislation designed to address concerns over the rule of law by the end of March, which is needed to unlock up to 15.4 billion euros ($16.76 billion) in COVID-19 recovery funds. "In practice there is no deadline at all, it was just an agreement that they will try to find a solution by the end of the first quarter... but some of the market players have a sense that it is some kind of hard deadline," said Peter Virovacz, senior economist at ING in Budapest. Zoltan Varga, an economist at brokerage Equilor, also pointed to the issue of suspended EU funds, as well as an upward revision in Hungary's January trade deficit.
John Hardie's review of the BBC's guidelines comes in the wake of a row over Gary Lineker's tweets.
Transportation Infrastructure Market Transportation Infrastructure Market Dublin, March 31, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "Global Transportation Infrastructure Market by Type, Application, Construction Type: Global Opportunity Analysis and Industry Forecast, 2021-2031" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.The transportation infrastructure market size was valued at $1,770 billion in 2021 and is projected to reach $3,606.8 billion by 2031, registering a CAGR of 7.2% from 2022
Helsinki entering the alliance will provide a major presence on Russia’s borders and more tools to defend Baltic states formerly under the Kremlin’s dominion
Members of the right-wing Freedom Party of Austria (FPO) left the parliament in Vienna on Thursday, March 30, ahead of an address by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky marking the 400th day of the war in Ukraine.Footage from the party shows placards in their seats reading “Room for Neutrality” and “Room for Peace”.Zelensky praised the Austrian cities of Vienna, Linz, and Graz for their help in treating the injured from Brovary, near Kyiv, following a helicopter crash in January. The president also thanked the Austrian government for its support in the war against Russia.Following Zelensky’s address and a short debate, speaker Wolfgang Sobotka thanked the Ukrainian president for joining MPs at the parliament session “even though not all of them were here”.The FPO published a video of their protest on YouTube, saying that their action was a call for neutrality, and arguing that the Austrian parliament should not be a “stage for war”. Credit: FPO via Storyful