Web giants to cooperate on removal of extremist content
BRUSSELS Web giants YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Microsoft will step up efforts to remove extremist content from their websites by creating a common database.
LONDON Nokia Siemens Networks has begun cutting 1,500 jobs from the 6,900 staff it acquired with its $1.2 billion acquisition of Motorola's telecoms network unit in April, a spokesman said on Thursday.
The spokesman said the process, which affects staff working in the GSM and Wimax technology divisions in several countries including the United States, had begun in Britain.
Nokia Siemens Networks was formed in 2007 as a joint venture of Finnish cellphone maker Nokia and German engineering group Siemens.
It has struggled for profitability amid tight spending by operators and tough competition from rivals Huawei and Ericsson.
(Reporting by Georgina Prodhan. Editing by Robert MacMillan)
Amazon.com Inc said on Monday it has opened a brick-and-mortar grocery store in Seattle without lines or checkout counters, kicking off new competition with supermarket chains.
WILMINGTON, Del. The Delaware Supreme Court revived a lawsuit against Zynga Inc's controlling shareholder, Mark Pincus, and fellow board members for allegedly allowing leaders of the social gaming company to act on inside information and dump stock before it crashed in 2012.