UltraTech calls off Rs 5,400-crore deal to buy Jaiprakash Associates' cement units after Bombay HC rejects arrangement
Facebooks Mark Zuckerberg said that he understood the need to stamp out hate speech against migrants on the worlds biggest social network, and that the networks privacy policies would be changed. The move follows a charm offensive in Germany, where the company he co-founded has faced criticism for months from politicians and regulators over its privacy practices and a slow response to anti-immigrant postings by neo-Nazi sympathisers.
Feb 26, 2016
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