Japanese yen trade mystifies and could penalize  

CNBC By : Patti Domm

The yen's rapid rise against the dollar has been so mysterious that the experts are having a hard time predicting its next move.

Since the Fed's March meeting, where the central bank signaled a slow road to higher interest rates, the dollar has fallen more than 5 percent against the yen. - Referenced Article


Mossack Fonseca Blames Panama Papers Leak on Hackers  

US News & World Report By : Tom Risen

Panama law firm Mossack Fonseca, the victim of the biggest data leak in history, said Tuesday a hacker stole more than 11.5 million documents that have caused worldwide controversy by linking political leaders with offshore tax evasion.

The law firm's founding partner Ramon Fonseca filed a complaint with the office of Panama's attorney general alleging the 2.6 TB of data that German newspaper Sueddeutsche Zeitung used to publish the so-called "Panama Papers" was stolen by a hacking attack from abroad, Reuters reports. - Referenced Article


Ehmer Kirmani: Great Stories Need Great Visions...  

LinkedIn By : Ehmer Kirmani

MI films worldwide has been in film productions for over 10 years. We have become a world-class global film productions company and have served world’s best brands. MI films has offices and ventures around the world with presence in UK, Thailand, India, Pakistan, UAE and USA.

Now in partnership with digital magic effect house co. ltd. Thailand and taking with some of the best international directors and DOPs in world on board, allows me to give you world class execution of every project which make brands larger than life through visual effects, productions and animations for tv commercials & feature films that has been presented in our showreel. - Referenced Article


Ex-Chesapeake Energy CEO Aubrey McClendon dies in car crash after indictment  

USA Today By : Roger Yu and Nathan Bomey

Aubrey McClendon, considered a maverick in the energy industry, died in a fiery single-car crash Wednesday, less than 24 hours after he was indicted by a federal grand jury for conspiring to rig bids for oil and natural gas leases.

The controversial former CEO of Chesapeake Energy, who was forced to relinquish his position as chairman of that company in 2012... - Referenced Article


Lazy Workers Seen as Key to Survival  

Wall Street Journal By : JUN HONGO

A reservoir of lazy workers may be the key to an organization’s survival. That was the conclusion of Japanese researchers who studied eight colonies of 150 ants each.

They found that 20% to 30% of the ants in each colony remained inactive while others performed tasks including egg cleaning and larval care. - - Referenced Article


America has near record 5.6 million job openings  

CNN Money By : Patrick Gillespie

There were 5.6 million job openings in December, just shy of the all-time record of about 5.7 million set in July, according to Labor Department data published Tuesday.

Good news: American companies are hiring, despite all the concern surrounding the U.S. economy.- Referenced Article


Daimler recalls 840,000 cars with Takata airbags  

CNN Money By : Ivana Kottasova and Chris Liakos

The recall affects about 705,000 Mercedes-Benz cars and around 136,000 Daimler vans in the United States, the German automaker said Wednesday. It is the latest is a series of recalls prompted by concerns about Takata airbags. - Referenced Article


Peyton Manning gets in some final plugs for his biggest sponsors  

NESN By : Pat Bradley

So this was weird. If Super Bowl 50 was indeed Peyton Manning’s last game, he was sure to get in some final plugs for several of his biggest sponsors. Manning was seen before the Denver Broncos’ 24-10 victory... - Referenced Article


Apple now accepting your banged-up iPhone  

ABC News By : Staff Reporting

Apple for the first time is accepting banged up iPhones as a trade-in from those wanting to upgrade. Until now, Apple offered credit to iPhone owners only if the device had an intact screen and working buttons.

Apple hopes that with more leeway, applicable only to iPhone 5 and later models, more people will upgrade to new iPhones. - Referenced Article


Alphabet Grows Briskly to Close In on Apple  

NY Times By : CONOR DOUGHERTY

Wall Street got its first glimpse of the financial details of a new conglomerate called Alphabet on Monday. Investors liked what they saw so much that the outfit formerly known as Google is poised to become the world’s most valuable company.

Despite spending $3.6 billion a year on projects like self-driving cars that don’t make much money... - Referenced Article


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