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Kobe Steel's boss resigns after the data-mining scandal

Kana Inagaki in Tokyo 6. March 2018 Kobe Steel's CEO has announced his resignation over a data-mining scandal that further degraded the company's reputation for quality in Japan. The departure of Hiroya Kawasaki as head of the country's third largest steel producer came five months after the company confessed to manipulating data on metals in aircraft, cars and trains worldwide …

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Kobe Steel CEO to stop data fraud, doubts remain over culture, fines

TOKYO (Reuters) – Kobe Steel Ltd said Tuesday its CEO will resign to take responsibility for a widespread data scam scandal, although there are doubts about corporate culture and possible fines. Hiroya Kawasaki, President and CEO of Kobe Steel, attends a press conference in Tokyo, Japan, on March 6, 2018. REUTERS / Toru Hanai Japan's third-largest steel producer, supplying steel …

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Washington becomes the first state to pass net neutrality laws

Washington State has a new law designed to protect net neutrality at a time when federal authorities are getting rid of it. In a bipartisan effort, state legislators voted Bill 2282 to be signed into law by Governor Jay Inslee on Monday. "Washington will become the first state in the nation to receive the open internet," Inslee said in the …

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Oil up on strong demand forecasts, OPEC-led output cuts

SEOUL (Reuters) – Oil futures rose for a third session on Tuesday, supported by robust demand forecasts, and OPEC ministers propagated the strength of their agreement to curb production to raise prices. An employee pumps fuel into a customer's motorcycle at the first gas station of the French oil giant Total on January 25, 2018 in Mexico City, Mexico. REUTERS …

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Kobe Steel CEO to stop data fraud, doubts remain over culture, fines

TOKYO (Reuters) – Kobe Steel Ltd said Tuesday its CEO will resign to take responsibility for a widespread data scam scandal, although there are doubts about corporate culture and possible fines. Hiroya Kawasaki, President and CEO of Kobe Steel, attends a press conference in Tokyo, Japan, on March 6, 2018. REUTERS / Toru Hanai Japan's third-largest steel producer, supplying steel …

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Washington becomes the first state to endorse the rules of net neutrality

Rachel La Corte, Associated Press Updated at 12:13, Tuesday, March 6, 2018 Washington Governor Jay Inslee, after signing a bill on March 5, 2018 in Olympia, Washington, is the first state to enable Washington to establish its own net neutrality requirements in response to the recent suspension of the Federal Communications Commission the Obama era rules. The FCC voted in …

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The 20-year-old sued Dicks, Walmart over new weapons policy

PORTLAND, Ore. – An Oregon man filed lawsuits on Monday claiming that Dick's sporting goods and Walmart discriminated against the 20-year-old when they refused to sell him a rifle. Dicks and Walmart limited arms sales to adults 21 and older in the aftermath of the Florida high school massacre. The 19-year-old defendant at school killing bought the AR-15 used in …

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Boise police arrest aircraft passenger trying to open cabin door

A woman accused of having opened an aircraft door while the plane was on its way from San Francisco to Boise on Monday morning was detained by police at Boise Airport Gate – and handed over to the custody of state health authorities police – and Airline Officers "They did not act properly or normally from the beginning [of the …

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Oil extends profits to IEA growth forecasts and OPEC announces that it is cutting production of Pact

SEOUL (Reuters) – Oil prices rose for a third consecutive session on Tuesday, supported by robust demand forecasts, and OPEC ministers touted the strength of their agreement with global producers to curb production to bolster the market. An employee pumps fuel into a customer's motorcycle at the first gas station of the French oil giant Total on January 25, 2018 …

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