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Twilio buys SendGrid for $ 2 billion to expand its automated e-mail services

Twilio Inc., a software vendor, will purchase SendGrid Inc. for $ 2 billion in an all-stock transaction to expand its suite of communications tools. Twilio (Twlo) will offer .485 shares for every share of SendGrid (Submit) stock, which estimates it at $ 36.92 a share, companies said Monday in a statement. That's a 19% premium on SendGrid's Monday closing price …

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Why not just expand social security?

<div _ngcontent-c15 = "" innerhtml = " The New School – Retirement Equity Lab Schwartz Center for Economic Policy Analysis Indeed, social security must be supported to solve the impending retirement crises If we do nothing, the number of poor or almost poor people over 62 years will increase by 25% from 17.5 million to 21.8 million between 2018 and …

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New Texas Supercomputer to expand the frontiers of science

Image of a global simulation of mantle convection made possible by the NSF-funded Stampede supercomputer. The Frontera system will allow researchers to incorporate more observations in simulations, leading to new insights into the main drivers of plate movement. Credit: Johann Rudi, ICES, the University of Texas at Austin The National Science Foundation (NSF) announced today that it has provided $ …

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Will the US attack Syria again? Russia thinks so and it gets ready for action [196591] Russia has warned the US and could prepare for a new round of military action against Syria, where the Washington-led strike against the Moscow-backed government has traditionally followed reports of the use of chemical weapons. The Russian The Defense Ministry issued a new warning on Monday stating that the Pentagon would expand its naval capabilities in the Middle East in anticipation of chemical weapons attacks, followed by US-led rocket attacks on pro-Syrian government forces preparing for it The final to storm the rebels held the bastion of Idlib in northwestern Syria. The US has accused Syrian President Bashar al-Assad of committing internationally-limited poison gas attacks and other war crimes against opposition fighters and civilians, but his Russian and Iranian allies have supported the Syrian leader by rejecting the claims and at times accusing his local leaders and international critics for conducting such events. "The United States is building the group of cruise missile carriers in the Middle East as part of the preparations for another provocation in Idlib province to be presented as alleged use of chemical weapons." Russian According to Igor Konashenkov, spokesman for the Ministry of Defense, according to the state news agency Tass. [1659002] Konashenkov pointed his finger at alleged support from the jihadist coalition that dominated Idlib, saying, "These preparations confirm US intentions as an excuse to use a likely simulation of chemical attacks by government forces, the Hayat T Ahrir Al-Sham fighters are planning with the active support of British intelligence agencies. " US Navy Arleigh Burke Class Steering Gun Destroyer USS The Sullivans and the Military Sealift Command connect USNS Choctaw County Transit high-speed ship through the Strait of Hormuz 8th August. Russia said the presence of the ship in the Middle East, along with other military assets, are signs of impending action against Syria. Lieutenant Daphne White / U.S. Marine / Reuters The US was a supporter of Syrian insurgents who attempted to overthrow Assad after a 2011 uprising, but withdrew support as the opposition became increasingly dependent on Islamists and Islamists were influenced by jihad forces. In 2014, the US formed a coalition to start the bombing of the militant group of the Islamic State (ISIS), which conquered about half of Iraq and Syria. The following year, Russia entered into conflict to overthrow the government of Syria against both the IS and other forces While their leaders have attempted to achieve some degree of cooperation over the conflict, they blame themselves the US and Russia are war crimes against each other, spreading misinformation about their rival missions. Russian Defense Ministry comments came on Monday, just two days after similar results were released by its Russian Center for Reconciliation against opposing sides in Syria, which also noted that "Western countries are increasing the grouping of cruise missile carriers in the Middle East." , 19659010] Keep up with this story and more "USS Sullivan's destroyer USS Sullivans has boarded the Persian Gulf with 56 cruise missiles on board and Al-Udeid Air Bases in Qatar The US Air Force strategic bomber B-1B was repatriated with 24 JASSM air-to-surface missiles, with which the West is ready to back terrorists and commit an act of aggression against a sovereign state in violation of all international norms, which inevitably In its daily report Under President Donald Trump, the US has twice returned Syria to Syria in response to the crisis in the Middle East region and in the collapse of the peaceful settlement process of the Syrian conflict alleged use of chemical weapons attacked. Russia and Iran condemned both attacks and called for the US's withdrawal unless it cooperated with the Syrian government, which has regained most of the country with the help of its international allies, to find a solution that would end the seven-year-old would be war Russia also threatened to take measures to protect its armed forces in Syria. On Saturday, the Russian Defense Ministry said that the Admiral Grigorovich and the Admiral Essen Kalib Cruise Black Sea Fleet missile-armed ships would find their way to the Mediterranean to "reinforce the Navy's task force," Tass said.

A map shows areas since the beginning of the In the last Islamic-controlled province of Idlib, the US and Russia have violated the anti-Jewish military offensive against the possible use of chemical weapons. Institute for War Research / Reuters "According to press reports, Russia is already shifting additional naval activity into the region, allegedly in preparation for a US attack …

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5 ways in which Trump could expand the strong dollar trend, say the ING strategists

President Donald Trump's recent rhetoric has been focused on the dollar's strength over rivals. The US commander-in-chief has traditionally not bucked the dollar, but Trump has renounced the convention and stepped up his attack on currencies and central banks, and strategists are now speculating on all the ways he might try to influence the dollar. [196592002] "Can President Trump instruct …

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Alternative to Lidar? Startup Light launches $ 121M from SoftBank, Leica to expand self-driving cars

<div _ngcontent-c16 = "" innerhtml = "[196591001] Co-founder and CEO of Lightning, Dave Grannan, raised $ 121 million for his imaging platform to add value to robotics, drones, and especially self-driving vehicles Courtesy of Light In February, Dave Grannan, co-founder and CEO of imaging startup Light flew to Tokyo for the first time since talks began with the venture capital …

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Octopath Traveler platforms could expand beyond Nintendo Switch

The Octopat Traveler hype is very real. Developed by Square Enix in partnership with Acquire, this turn-based RPG is fast becoming a cult classic among Nintendo Switch owners. Anyone who has recorded it has raved that it plays like a classic JRPG, which raises the question: Why is not this game on PS4 / PS Vita? Every console has its …

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Asian stocks expand but trade wars caps gain

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – Asian equities rallied on Friday as investors focused on rising expectations for Wall Street earnings and a weaker yen helped Japanese equities, although tensions in the trade had curbed excessively. A visitor sees market prices reflected in a glass window on the Tokyo Stock Exchange (TSE) in Tokyo, Japan, on February 6, 2018. REUTERS / Toru Hanai …

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