News Headlines - 07 April 2017

Twitter forces US to drop demand for Trump critic's details - BBC News

The US government has dropped its request for the identity of an anti-Trump Twitter account, just a day after Twitter went to court over the issue.
@ALT_USCIS anonymously criticised President Trump’s immigration policy, and claimed to be run by employees at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.

The internet poised to dethrone TV as ad king- Nikkei Asian Review

The rise of smartphones provides a tailwind for spending on internet ads, which is expected to grow 13% this year to $205 billion globally and take the top spot for the first time, according to U.K. research firm ZenithOptimedia. The company projects television ad expenditures to grow only 1% to $192 billion.

Sunoco to sell 1,110 U.S. stores to 7-Eleven operator for $3.3 billion | Reuters

Sunoco LP said on Thursday it would sell 1,110 convenience stores to Japan's Seven & i Holdings Co for $3.3 billion as the Texas-based company shifts its focus to its fuel supply business.

Embattled French candidate Fillon pelted with flour at campaign rally - France 24

France's scandal-plagued conservative candidate François Fillon was hit in the face with flour on Thursday by a young man wearing a Fillon T-shirt as he prepared to address supporters in the eastern city of Strasbourg.

MTV Movie and TV awards go gender neutral - BBC Newsbeat

MTV's scrapped the male and female categories for its movie and TV awards show.
The network has announced separate awards for best actor and actress will be replaced by "non-gendered" prizes.








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