Pakistan High Court Orders Government To Restore X Within 1 Week

Representational Image Islamabad: A Pakistan High Court said on Wednesday the government must restore social media platform X within one week, a lawyer said, after more than two months of disruption ordered by the interior ministry. The platform, formerly known as Twitter, has been rarely accessible since February 17, when …

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Will Gallic grouchiness snuff out the Olympics flame?

Unlock the Editor’s Digest for free Roula Khalaf, Editor of the FT, selects her favourite stories in this weekly newsletter. French diver Alexis Jandard committed an Olympics-sized gaffe recently at the inauguration of the new aquatic centre built for the Paris summer games. He spectacularly wiped out during a synchronised …

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Does size matter any more?

A truism of finance is that risk and returns are correlated. The stocks of smaller companies therefore do better than bigger ones in the long run. This is a foundation stone of both investment theory and practice. Sure, they are more volatile and they can suffer long stretches of dismal …

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Boeing’s mid-air blowout no surprise considering company’s safety culture, says FAA panelist and aerospace engineer whose brother died in 737 Max crash

The mid-flight blowout that plunged Boeing Co. into a crisis of confidence was not a surprise, considering shortcomings in the company’s safety culture, an aerospace expert plans to tell lawmakers on Wednesday. Javier de Luis, an aerospace engineer and lecturer at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, plans to tell the …

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United Airlines jumps after results beat ‘dramatically low’ expectations

(Reuters) – United Airlines shares rose about 5.3% premarket on Wednesday, driven by an upbeat profit forecast for the second quarter and strong first-quarter results despite a $200 million hit over planemaker Boeing (NYSE:)’s safety crisis. The carrier’s forecast signaled strength in travel demand as corporate spending improved, lifting shares …

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