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Logitech quarterly sales fall 22% as slowdown fears bite

(Reuters) -Computer peripherals maker Logitech International said on Tuesday its third-quarter sales fell 22%, confirming its preliminary results which showed that business customers had put the

Logitech quarterly sales fall 22% to $1.27 billion

(Reuters) - Computer peripherals maker Logitech International said on Tuesday its third-quarter sales fell 22%, confirming its earlier preliminary results which showed that business customers had put

FBI says N. Korea-related hacker groups behind U.S. crypto firm heist

(Reuters) - Two hacker groups associated with North Korea, the Lazarus Group and APT38, were responsible for the theft last June of $100 million from U.S. crypto firm Harmony's Horizon bridge, the

DOJ poised to sue Google over digital ad market dominance – Bloomberg News

(Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department is poised to sue Alphabet Inc's Google as soon as Tuesday regarding the company's dominance over the digital advertising market space, Bloomberg News reported

Xylem to buy Evoqua in $7.5 billion deal to tap water demand

By Nathan Gomes, Isla Binnie and David Carnevali (Reuters) -Water technology company Xylem Inc on Monday agreed to buy Evoqua Water Technologies Corp in a $7.5 billion all-stock deal, aiming to tap

Intel Chairman Omar Ishrak steps down

(Reuters) - Intel Corp said on Monday Chairman Omar Ishrak had stepped down and the chipmaker appointed board director Frank Yeary as his replacement. Ishrak, who was named chairman in 2020, played an

Crown Estate sues Twitter over alleged rent arrears for UK HQ

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Crown Estate, an independent commercial business that manages the property portfolio belonging to the monarchy, said on Monday it had begun court proceedings against

Bankrupt crypto lender Genesis optimistic it can resolve creditor disputes

By Dietrich Knauth NEW YORK (Reuters) - A lawyer for the bankrupt Genesis Global Capital said on Monday that the cryptocurrency lender had some confidence it could resolve its disputes with creditors

Apple in talks with Disney, others on VR content for new headset – Bloomberg News

(Reuters) - Apple Inc was in talks with about half a dozen media partners including Walt Disney Co to develop virtual reality (VR) content for its mixed reality headset, Bloomberg News reported on

Gemini is laying off 10% of staff – The Information

(Reuters) - Cryptocurrency exchange Gemini is slashing 10% of its headcount in what is at least the third round of layoffs in eight months, the Information reported on Monday, citing an internal

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Representative image: Authors argue education can improve the integration of intellectually disabled in India | Commons

Young Indians have an intellectual disability crisis. Stigma, lack of reporting...

A team of Indian researchers show how in India, intellectual disability is treated more as a medical than a social issue.
File photo of an employee inspecting an egg in an incubator at an hatchery in Mangaon, south of Mumbai on 2 February, 2015 | Reuters

Malaysia’s egg shortage sets Indian hatcheries on path for record exports

The outbreak of bird flu has curtailed supplies of eggs & chicken in many countries, pressuring already high food prices & triggering trade restrictions from countries that import poultry.


Illustration: Ramandeep Kaur | ThePrint

Why Iran’s drone programme is a ‘triumph’ – Harsh sanctions, western...

Tehran's drone programme can be traced back to 1980s. Iranian drones are cheap, have more range & flight endurance, besides stealth capabilities & counter GPS jamming systems.

Shehbaz Sharif is talking peace. India must keep mum, leave Pak...

Anything that gives breathing space and strategic relevance back to Pakistan is negative for India. It’s worse for Pakistan.