Hitachi to produce a biometric banking authentication device which scans the vein patterns in customers' finger tips - the VeinID. infra-red lights scans the user's fingers and will allow to access online accounts and make payments without need for a PIN or password. Said more secure.
Both sides in the Ukrainian conflict have agreed to “all to all” prisoners of war exchange, hardware withdrawal and humanitarian aid access to the area. Kiev and rebel troops laid down arms as the main agreement – ceasefire- came into force at 15:00 GMT.
Some companies giving their employees free meals. IRS is questioning whether they should be taxed for the perk. has added company-provided meals to its list of top tax priorities for next year. If the meals are ruled taxable, the cost of the food would be considered income to the employee. Employers would owe payroll tax and the employee would have to pay up as well. IRS had no comment.
Only hours after Russian President Vladmir Putin managed to secure a fragile ceasefire between Kiev and the separatists in Eastern Ukraine, NATO responded by shipping NATO soldiers into Western Ukraine, increasing NATO navy vessels in the Black Sea, and leveling new sanctions against Moscow.
Television is a weapon of mass deception, social and cultural distortion, and mass mind control."Control the manner in which a man interprets his world," "and you have gone a long way toward controlling his behavior." That's exactly what television does. It controls and shapes our perception of the world.
The largest retailer in America (somewhat) recently agreed to pay a $110 million fine to settle a years-long investigation into toxic dumping at stores throughout the country.
The city of Hallendale, Florida is standing up to the biotech bullies, drafting a resolution to institute the first GMO labeling bill in all of Florida as well as a resolution to stop antibiotic overuse. The vote was unanimous!
The first day of NATO’s summit in Wales was dominated by scheming against Russia and preparations for military action in Iraq and Syria. Thursday, NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen announced that member states had agreed to 15 million euros in direct military aid to Ukraine,
Militiamen of DPR and LPR hold more than 1,000 Ukrainian servicemen captive, source in the DPR Defense Ministry told ITAR-TASS. said Ukraine holds 200 militiamen captive. DPR did not confirm if exchange of prisoners of war will start Saturday, said they are ready to do that at any time.
Russian Grids plan to supply around 1,000 diesel generators to Crimea by the end of September, PR Director Dmitry Bobkov said on Friday. The supplies are made in accordance with a government ruling, while up to 2.2 billion rubles of costs will be compensated by the federal budget.
ITAR-TASS Construction of a “residential” district has started on a training ground in Russia’s Volgograd region, where the Russian-Indian Indra-2014 tactical exercises will begin on September 23 with moving vehicles of “the enemy” and mobile targets of “terrorists” to train troops to fight under city conditions.
Just weeks after defaulting (yet again) on its debt (whether technically or not), and shortly after raising the minimum wage by 31% (to $523 a month) amid runaway inflation, Argentina decided to pass legislation (dubbed "the supply law") letting the government regulate private-sector prices, profit margins and production levels. The opposition is up in arms,
A federal judge ruled BP was "grossly negligent" in its actions leading up to the massive 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. "BP could end up paying up to $18 billion in Civil penalties" under the Clean Water Act forthe disaster. BP is already paying billions of dollars in fines.
Heavy fighting between Syrian army forces and al-Qaeda-linked al-Nusra Front militants has broken out on the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights as the Damascus government makes major advances against foreign-backed gunmen, Press TV reports.
Fast food workers from around 150 cities across the United States went on strike early Thursday in an effort to secure higher wages and the right to join a union. At least 19 demonstrators were arrested Thursday morning in New York City’s Times Square
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