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17 October 2017 11:04 AM New Microsoft Resource Compares Azure and AWS Cloud Services at a Glance

Microsoft wants to make it easy for developers to be able to compare its cloud services to those available on Amazon Web Services (AWS), launching a cloud service map on Monday that allows users to see equivalent services across the two hyperscale cloud platforms at a glance. Michael Crump, technical product manager for Azure, said that the cloud service 83

17 October 2017 2:40 AM Chipocalypse: Potato Crops Crisis Hits New Zealand Crisps

Two "weather bombs," as well as serious flooding, on both of New Zealand's North and South Island has wiped out 20 percent of the nation's annual potato crop. To further compound this crisis, dubbed "potatogeddon" or "chipocalypse," it is the regions where the varieties used in crisps have taken the biggest hit. Now there are serious fears that New Zealanders 142

16 October 2017 11:26 PM Mondelez pulls pin on finding local manufacturer for Kiwi candy

Mondelez International has given up on finding a local manufacturer for its New Zealand suite of candy and will ship production to Australia, having already decided to close the Dunedin Cadbury factory. The local arm of the multinational processed food maker offered to put local production out to tender for a New Zealand supplier after deciding to wrap up New Zealand 114

15 October 2017 2:45 AM Bob Weinstein Gets Emotional on "Depraved" Harvey, Saving the Company and His "Waking Nightmare" (Exclusive)

The Weinstein Co. exec insists he had no idea about "the type of predator that he was" and is sickened by Harvey’s seeming lack of remorse. "I want him to get the justice that he deserves." For nearly 30 years, Bob Weinstein has lived in the shadow of his older brother Harvey Weinstein. While Harvey, 65, was the very public face of Miramax and then The Weinstein 174

12 October 2017 2:05 AM Donald Trump's scary strategy on North Korea

TOKYO (NYTIMES) - On just the first day of a war between the United States and North Korea, according to a Stanford University assessment, one million people could be killed. Yet, after my five-day visit to North Korea with three New York Times colleagues, such a nuclear war seems terrifyingly imaginable. In the North Korean capital, Pyongyang, it was clear 68

6 October 2017 9:50 PM A casino regular, quiet but prickly, unleashes a rampage

LAS VEGAS — Stephen Paddock usually kept a cigar at hand, even though he didn’t smoke. But he was quick to notice when somebody sat down beside him and lit up. Then Paddock, a denizen of hazy casinos, would take out his cigar, light it and carefully aim its smoke back into the faces of those whose puffing annoyed him. Last week, Stephen Paddock returned 85

6 October 2017 10:26 AM Global Sleep Apnea Devices Market 2017: Fisher & Paykel Healthcare Ltd., BMC Medical Co., ResMed, Ltd., DeVilbiss Healthcare

Global Sleep Apnea Devices Market 2017 Research Report presents a professional and deep analysis on the present state of Sleep Apnea Devices Market 2017 in Medical Devices Industry. High Use of Sleep Apnea Devices in Medical Devices Industry Driving the Market Growth of Sleep Apnea Devices. Sleep Apnea Devices Market 2017 by Type (Therapeutic Devices 132

3 October 2017 11:38 AM The Daily 202: 10 ways politics may — or may not — change after the Las Vegas shooting

THE BIG IDEA: The horror in Las Vegas may not dramatically change the debate about guns. But the response to the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history, which has left at least 59 dead and hundreds more wounded, reveals a great deal about our politics. The National Rifle Association deserves more credit than any other outside group for Donald 74

2 October 2017 4:01 PM A look at what might happen if Catalonia goes it alone

MADRID – The northeastern region of Catalonia, one of Spain's autonomous regions, is threatening to declare its independence from Spain following a disputed referendum that, it says, gave it a mandate to break away. Spain, which declared the referendum illegal and invalid, says it will do all to maintain the country's unity and keep hold of the region 49

1 October 2017 5:54 PM Community mourns death of young rugby star

The Wanganui rugby community is in mourning following the death of one of their bright young prospects. Former Steelform Wanganui representative and Border loose forward Jake Alabaster was found dead on Saturday morning, believed to have passed away in his sleep, age 24. A product of Whanganui High School who played his senior rugby for Marist before 27