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Oil Stockpiles Fell 4.4 Million Barrels: EIA By Investing.com

Oil Stockpiles Fell 4.4 Million Barrels: EIA By Investing.com

© Reuters. Investing.com — U.S. oil stockpiles declined last week, confounding expectations, according to the Energy Information Administration. fell by 4.4 million barrels last week after a 2 million-barrel increase the week before. Analysts tracked by…

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proposed bill would spur open data sharing between agencies

proposed bill would spur open data sharing between agencies

The federal government has announced a plan to increase the sharing of citizen data across the public sector. This would include data sitting with agencies such as Centrelink, the Australian Tax Office, the Department of…

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To be a great innovator, learn to embrace and thrive in uncertainty

To be a great innovator, learn to embrace and thrive in uncertainty

Madam C.J. Walker, born Sarah Breedlove, was America’s first female self-made millionaire. She pioneered a line of hair care and beauty products for people of color early in the 20th century, and the recent Netflix…

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Exclusive: Winson Oil wins favourable ICC decisions in claims against banks

Exclusive: Winson Oil wins favourable ICC decisions in claims against banks

© Reuters. By Anshuman Daga SINGAPORE (Reuters) – A Singapore oil trader has won favourable decisions from the Paris-based International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) against two banks in trade-finance disputes related to troubled Hin Leong…

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A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

A computer can guess more than 100,000,000,000 passwords per second. Still think yours is secure?

Passwords have been used for thousands of years, as a means of identifying ourselves to others and in more recent times, to computers. It’s a simple concept – a shared piece of information, kept secret…

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Advertising campaigns: what you don’t see

Advertising campaigns: what you don’t see

The advertising and media industry, like many, have taken a hit from the Covid-19 pandemic. But, unlike a host of others, it’s been fragile for a number of years. Global advertising spend is forecasted to…

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Sally rumbles toward U.S. Gulf Coast, historic flooding possible By Reuters

Sally rumbles toward U.S. Gulf Coast, historic flooding possible By Reuters

2/2 © Reuters. A US maritime flag indicating a hurricane warning flies as Hurricane Sally approaches Gulfport 2/2 By Jonathan Bachman and Jennifer Hiller GULF SHORES, ALABAMA (Reuters) – Hurricane Sally drew closer to the…

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How Nigeria’s new competition law will benefit the economy

How Nigeria’s new competition law will benefit the economy

Competition laws protect consumers and create confidence in an economy. It’s a signal to investors and entrepreneurs that a market is fair and open. And the reward for countries that regulate competition is that on…

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Oil Edges Up Ahead of OPEC+ Meeting, But Oversupply Fears Cap Gains By Investing.com

Oil Edges Up Ahead of OPEC+ Meeting, But Oversupply Fears Cap Gains By Investing.com

© Reuters. By Gina Lee Investing.com – Oil was up on Tuesday morning in Asia, with investor short-covering ahead of an OPEC+ meeting later in the week. But gains were capped by the bleak outlook…

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Life on Venus? Traces of phosphine may be a sign of biological activity

Life on Venus? Traces of phosphine may be a sign of biological activity

The discovery that the atmosphere of Venus absorbs a precise frequency of microwave radiation has just turned planetary science on its head. An international team of scientists used radio telescopes in Hawaii and Chile to…

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