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2020: A Space Station odyssey

Financial times technológia

Start-ups head for launch pad in race to establish commercial living quarters in space

Planned Back-Channel Talks Between U.S., North Korea Scuttled

WSJ világhírek

The talks, which would have been the first between the two sides on U.S. soil in nearly six years, were contingent on visa approvals for Pyongyang’s top envoy on American relations, according to people familiar with the matter.

Week in Review, February 25

Financial times céges hírek

PSA lays out vision for Opel; Walmart, ABB, global miners, and Apple in the news

Week in Review, February 25

Financial times technológia

PSA lays out vision for Opel; Walmart, ABB, global miners, and Apple in the news

Iraq Takes the Fight Against ISIS to Syria

WSJ világhírek

Iraq’s air force carried out its first-ever strikes against Islamic State in neighboring Syria, the country’s Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi said, marking a dramatic escalation in its effort to fight the terrorist group.

Peru's President Talks Growth, Trade and 'Bridges' With Trump

WSJ világhírek

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday held his first sit-down meeting with a Latin American leader since taking office, and was told by visiting President Pedro Pablo Kuczynski of Peru that Peruvians “prefer bridges to walls.”

Gusztustalan szendvicsekkel is akarták etetni a határvédő rendőröket

HVG gazdaság

Penészes sajt, fekete foltos kenyér – ilyen szendvicseket is kaptak a határon szolgáló rendőrök. A hideg élelmet egy olyan orosházi cég készíti, amelyet korábban az élelmiszerlánc-biztonsági hivatal bezáratott, arra hivatkozva, hogy nincs engedélyük. Ezt a cég vezetője korábban közleményben tagadta, a mostani problémákról viszont nem akart nyilatkozni – tudósított az RTL Híradó pénteken.

Record-setting stock rally faces test in Trump speech

Reuters gazdaság

NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's planned economic agenda has fanned the flames for Wall Street's record-setting run, but some investors worry that his first major address to Congress next week risks dousing it if his plans look slow to execute or are overly vague.