News Headlines - 11 April 2017

Toshiba posts net loss of $4.81 billion for April-December- Nikkei Asian Review

The earnings report came without its auditor, PricewaterhouseCoopers Aarata, signing off on the numbers as the two sides disagreed over internal governance at Toshiba's nuclear power subsidiary Westinghouse Electric, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection late last month. Earnings reports are usually accompanied by a statement from the company's auditor certifying the results.

Japan gov't approves Osaka's bid to host 2025 World Expo - The Mainichi

The western Japanese city will be pitted against Paris, while Russia is also seen as moving to announce its candidacy to host the world's fair... The host will be decided through a vote by member countries of the expo's governing body, the Bureau International des Expositions, at its general meeting in November 2018.

FBI obtained FISA warrant to monitor Trump adviser Carter Page - The Washington Post

The FBI obtained a secret court order last summer to monitor the communications of an adviser to presidential candidate Donald Trump, part of an investigation into possible links between Russia and the campaign, law enforcement and other U.S. officials said.

Resurrection did not happen, say quarter of Christians - BBC News

A quarter of people who describe themselves as Christians in Great Britain do not believe in the resurrection of Jesus, a survey commissioned by the BBC suggests.

The Masters had its lowest TV rating in 13 years. Why? - Golf Digest

"The weather can be an important factor," said Pilson, who also teaches at Columbia. "Extraordinarily good weather in parts of the country can bring numbers down. Cumulative number watching could be down for all television audiences."








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