According to the latest Chinese media report, the government of China has taken action to evacuate some 3,000 or more of its nationals from Vietnam after a series of anti-Chinese riots that were staged in the nation.
A news agency run by the State informed that Beijing is arranging for charter flights as well as ships to arrange for more people to leave Vietnam.
In a recently-released joint statement, Apple and Google have announced that both the companies have agreed to drop several patent-infringement lawsuits and counter lawsuits, against each other.
In addition to the deal to dismiss patent litigation against each other, the two companies have also said that they will team up to make joint efforts for reforming patent law.
TrueCar Inc., the Santa Monica based company, is determined to expand its dealership network. It is adding a platform which competitively prices used vehicles now after it has launched its initial public offering. TrueCar shares at the end of the day were up by almost 12 percent and it closed the day at $10.06.
On Friday, the state employment officials reported that the unemployment rate of San Joaquin County has declined in April. It fell to an approximate 11.7 percent from an adjusted 13.1 percent in March. It is now well below what was seen in April 2013, when the jobless rate was 13 percent.
The battle for getting hemp seed still continues in Kentucky.
On Friday a federal judge will carry out an initial conference regarding the Kentucky Department of Agriculture's lawsuit in order to force the federal representatives to liberate hemp seed that will be used for pilot growing projects.
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