2017.06.12

News Headlines - 12 June 2017

Who are the DUP and will they demand a soft Brexit to prop up the Tories?

Theresa May is understood to be in talks with the Democratic Unionist Party in Northern Ireland about forming a minority Government in a move that makes a "hard Brexit" significantly less likely.

Queen's Speech faces delay as DUP talks continue - BBC News

Ministers say they do not know if the Queen's Speech can be delivered on time because of post-election talks between the Conservatives and the Democratic Unionist Party.
The set-piece event is scheduled to take place on Monday 19 June.

Fujifilm finds accounting irregularities at Australian unit - The Mainichi

Fujifilm Holdings Corp. said Monday a third-party panel investigating accounting of its overseas operations found irregularities at an Australian subsidiary in addition to those already found at a New Zealand unit.

Russian malware 'likely' to blame for Ukrainian power grid attack | ZDNet

Researchers are now saying that the Industroyer malware was "likely" behind that cyberattack in Ukraine, which left more than 225,000 customers in the dark two days before Christmas.
But the security researchers have warned that the attack may have been a "large-scale test," and could be easily "refitted to target other types of critical infrastructure."

Jaguar Land Rover invests $25 million in ride-share operator Lyft

Jaguar Land Rover, owned by India's Tata Motors, is the latest automaker to take a stake Lyft, as the ride-share operator continues to expand Irma partnerships with automakers and tech firms.


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