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Facebook has Still Not Responded to Repeated IRS Tax Summons

Facebook has Still Not Responded to Repeated IRS Tax Summons

In July, the U.S. Department of Justice filed a petition in order to pressurize Facebook Inc. to hand over information to the Internal Revenue Service regarding transfer of assets to social networking companies Ireland based holding company.

Mini launches 2016 Clubman Cooper S in the UAE

Mini launches 2016 Clubman Cooper S in the UAE

BMW's sub-brand Mini has announced the launch of its new 2016 Clubman Cooper S in the UAE market.

The new model comes is a 5-door wagon compared to the previous Clubman that had a rear-hinged rear door on only one side. The model comes with extra wheelbase that allows larger rear legroom and has good space for adults. The width of the vehicle is limited and the armrest is shared even in the front seat but it is described as a great car. The length of the car is comparable to VW Golf GTI.

UAE restricts use of VPN in the country

UAE restricts use of VPN in the country

The president of the United Arab Emirates (UAE)His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyanhas announced changes to federal laws relating to IT crimes that may have made it illegal for anyone in the country to VPN or secure proxy service.

Atlantic City will Receive Loan and Make Debt Repayment on Monday

Atlantic City will Receive Loan and Make Debt Repayment on Monday

Atlantic City is finally getting a loan that will help it sail though the end of this year and avoid a default as well as a possible bankruptcy. While it avails the loan, the city will look for ways to help fix its finances. That also ends the recent spat with Governor Chris Christie who was angered by earlier loan negotiations.

The terms of the loan are however quiet stringent and in case the struggling Jersey gambling town is not able to pay back the loan, its assets could be taken over by the state including its water utility and the earlier- Bader Field airport.

Increasingly Publications are Banking on Digital Ad Revenue

Increasingly Publications are Banking on Digital Ad Revenue

The entire world is undergoing massive changes in every sphere of life and media is no exception. News rooms are shrinking and print revenues are slipping as consumers have plenty of options in hand and new content is just one click away.

Publications, that have seen some glorious decades or may be a century are reshaping, remodeling and considering new ways to ramp up business.

Electricite de France SA Votes to Approve $24 Billion Nuclear Power Plant Project in U.K

Electricite de France SA Votes to Approve $24 Billion Nuclear Power Plant Projec

On Thursday, the board of French utility EDF narrowly voted to approve an 18 billion pound or $24 billion project to build the first nuclear power plant in Britain in two decades. That pushes concerns of financial strains from the construction on the state-run utility at the back seat.

UAE outlaws use of virtual private networks (VPN)

UAE outlaws use of virtual private networks (VPN)

The authorities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have announced changes to its federal laws relating to IT crimes and pointed out that any person found using virtual private networks (VPN) fraudulently will face a fine or even imprisonments.

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