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Netanyahu, Visiting U.S., Is Stalked by Legal Troubles at Home

He signed a deal with the authorities, the police said Monday, that is likely to yield damning evidence in at least one bribery case in which Mr. Netanyahu and his wife, Sara, are suspects, and possibly others. Mr. Hefetz joins Shlomo Filber, a former director-general of the Communications Ministry, in …

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Apple’s glass walls result in 911 calls

Apple should definitely avoid throwing stones as its glass houses have been causing some problems of late. Employees at Apple Park have been walking into glass doors at the new campus, and SF Chronicle has obtained transcripts of the 911 calls. In each of the three calls, Apple security expresses …

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4 Reasons Hexcel Corporation Stock Could Rise

Hexcel Corporation (NYSE: HXL) is one of the most interesting stocks in the aerospace sector. The advanced composite technology company is not only a play on growth in aircraft production, but also a secular play on the increasing use of advanced materials within aircraft. The company has a lot going …

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Fiorentina captain died of 'cardiac arrest'

The captain of Italy’s Fiorentina football team, Davide Astori, died of cardiac arrest by natural causes, a prosecutor has said. The 31-year-old was found dead in a hotel room in Udine, where Fiorentina had been due to face Udinese later on Sunday. His body was taken to hospital for a …

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Google is selling off Zagat

Seven years after picking up Zagat for $151 million, Google is selling off the perennial restaurant recommendation service. The New York Times is reporting this morning that the technology giant is selling off the company to The Infatuation, a review site founded nine years back by former music execs. The …

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Schools may not be obliged to make up storm days

Schools are unlikely to be obliged to make up the days lost as a result of Storm Emma. All schools and colleges were closed on Thursday and Friday last week, but many were also unable to open last Wednesday. Many were still unable to reopen today as a result of the the …

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