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  • Japan's struggling Toshiba logs $436 million loss in first half

    Troubled Japanese conglomerate Toshiba said on Thursday that it logged a net loss of $436 million for the fiscal first half, as it moves to complete the multi-billion-dollar sale of its chip business to restore its balance sheet...

    The result of this was that Toshiba projected an annual net loss of 110 billion yen ($970 million)...

  • Toshiba files results unapproved by auditor; warns 'its survival in doubt'

    Toshiba Corp filed twice-delayed business results on Tuesday without an endorsement from its auditor and warned its very survival was in doubt, deepening a prolonged crisis at the Japanese conglomerate...

    “There are material events and conditions that raise substantial doubt about the company's ability to continue as a going concern,” Toshiba said in announcing bigger than previously estimated losses for the nine months through...

  • Apple to show off new iPhones, Apple TV

    CUPERTINO: Apple is expected to unveil a pair of new handsets at an event in San Francisco on Wednesday (today) analysts say, in addition to showing off a larger iPad and an updated Apple TV...

    When Apple executives take the stage at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, investors will be scrutinising their plans for the next generation of the iPhone, which drove nearly two-thirds of the company's $49...

  • Apple co-founder says Apple Card algorithm gave wife lower credit limit

    Apple Inc co-founder Steve Wozniak joined in the online debate over accusations of gender discrimination by the algorithm behind the iPhone maker's credit card, fuelling scrutiny of the newly launched Apple Card...

    The criticism started on Thursday, after entrepreneur David Heinemeier Hansson railed against the Apple Card in a series of Twitter posts, saying it gave him 20 times the credit limit his wife received...

  • India rejects Apple's plan to import used iPhones

    MUMBAI: India has rejected a plan by Apple Inc to import used iPhones, two telecoms ministry officials said, a blow to the US tech giant that has been seeking to revive waning sales of its flagship smartphones...

    Apple sells what it calls refurbished iPhones at a discount in some countries, including the United States...

  • New approaches being used with Pakistan, India over Afghan issue: US

    WASHINGTON: The United States is working on new approaches with India and Pakistan for promoting stability and reconciliation in Afghanis­tan, says the State Department...

    “Our approach to South Asia, and specifically Afghanistan, means new approaches with India and Pakistan to deny safe havens to terrorist organisations,” says State Department Inspector General Steve A...

  • China says AIIB won't be used for $46 billion Pakistan deal

    BEIJING: China does not plan to use either its new Asian Infrastructure Development Bank (AIIB) or Silk Road fund to finance the $46 billion Pakistan-China Economic Corridor, with money to come from both countries instead, a senior diplomat said on Friday...

    President Xi Jinping's trip to Pakistan next week is expected to focus on the corridor, a planned network of roads, railways and energy projects linking Pakistan's deepwater...

  • Pakistan’s soil must not be used for terrorism, says US envoy

    The acting assistant secretary of United States for South and Central Asian Affairs and acting special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan, Ambassador Alice Wells, stressed that Pakistan’s soil must not be used to plan or conduct terrorist attacks against its neighbours...

    She appreciated Pakistan’s significant sacrifices in the fight against terrorism, read the FO statement...

  • Pakistan may buy used F-16 jets from Jordan

    ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is considering a Jordanian offer to buy sixteen used F-16 jets in lieu of the eight advanced fighters it could not buy from the United States because of a financing row, but officials fear Washington could still throw a spanner in the works...

    The fiasco over procurement of F-16s, which started with Congress blocking the funding of the sale from the US government’s Foreign Military Financing Programme, brought into...

  • Frequent flyer ‘Mansour’ used Pakistan airports

    QUETTA: Afghan Taliban chief Mullah Akhtar Mansour, believed to have been killed in a US air strike in Balochistan on Saturday, was a frequent traveller and over the past nine years used at least two Pakistani airports for his visits abroad...

    “He first went to Iran on Feb 19, 2016, and returned to Pakistan through the Taftan border town on March 10, 2016,” the official said, adding that he again travelled to Iran on April 25 this...

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