France win as Gignac scores hat-trick
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Trump ally Thomas Barrack to be released on $250-million bail
Thomas J. Barrack, the prominent Los Angeles investor and longtime ally of former President Trump, was expected to be released from jail Friday on a $250-million bond while he awaits trial on charges of obstruction of justice and covertly acting as an agent of the United Arab Emirates.
The PBJ's Forty Under 40 2021: Ozgur Yazicigil, Intel Corp. - Portland Business Journal
Name: Ozgur Yazicigil
What the company does: Semiconductor chipmaker; designs and manufactures integrated digital technology platforms.
Title: Account lead - corporate planning group
Three Formula E motors and a DTM engine combine in the Audi RS Q e-tron
Audi's DTM program-think the German equivalent of NASCAR-ended at the end of 2020, and 2021 is the German automaker's final year in Formula E.
VOCHI raises additional $2.4 million for its computer vision-powered video editing app
VOCHI, a Belarus-based startup behind a clever computer vision-based video editing app used by online creators, has raised an additional $2.4 million in a "late-seed" round that follows the company's initial $1.5 million round led by Ukraine-based Genesis Investments last year.
Saudi Aramco confirms data leak after $50 million cyber ransom demand
Saudi Aramco, the world's largest oil producer, confirmed on Wednesday that some of its company files had been leaked via a contractor, after a cyber extortionist claimed to have seized troves of its data last month and demanded a $50 million ransom from the company.
Rouhani says Iran water protesters have right to demonstrate
Iran's president, Hassan Rouhani, said on Thursday that citizens have the right to protest after days of demonstrations against water shortages in Khuzestan province in which three people have been killed.
Crisis-hit South Africa slip to Japan defeat in Olympics opener
Hosts Japan beat crisis-hit South Africa 1-0 in their opening game of the Olympics.
France humbled by Mexico in Olympic games opener
Worst possible start
France began their Olympic campaign with a crushing defeat, losing 4-1 to a free-flowing Mexico side in Tokyo.
Chinese billionaire given green light to build 500million central London palace
Cheung Chung-kiu will convert 28a Rutland Gate in Knightsbridge into a vast 5,782 sq metre mansion, extending the property's basement and adding a glazed dome halo roof.