Durham prosecution faces hurdles in DC court

It took less than five hours for the jury to acquit Craig after a two-and-a-half-week trial, with some jurors saying they suspected politics were at work in the decision to go after the Democratic lawyer for long time. Sussmann’s case could produce similar sentiments. Prosecutors argue that Perkins Coie’s former …

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Ukrainian lawmakers pass bill to legalize crypto

Ukraine Latest Country To Prepare For Cryptocurrencies As It Seeks To Grant Freedom To Crypto-Oriented Business And Exchanges For some time, ambiguity has reigned over the legality of digital assets in Ukraine. Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are in a gray area with no apparent law to define their status. However, as …

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“Rising” demand for internal investments

DBS’s private banking arm is seeing strong client demand for internally managed investment products, with assets under management of these products reaching S $ 10 billion ($ 7.43 billion). The bank has more than doubled the assets under management of its line of managed investment products in the past year …

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What happened to the Lebanese economy?

A gas-free service station available. (Sabri Ben Achour) Drive down any main road in Beirut these days, and you’re bound to come across a line of cars, barely moving, taking up an entire lane of traffic, winding a block or even a mile. These are gas pipes. “I’ve been here …

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The 8 most notorious malware attacks of all time

The first known computer virus, Brain, in 1986, developed by brothers Amjad and Basit Farooq Alvi of Pakistan, originated as an anti-hacking tool. However, not all malware since then has had ethical motives. Some have become important parts of history due to the sophistication of their codes, which continue to …

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