Internacionales inglés

Target jumps on the Pokemon Go train, putting giant Pokeballs outside

Yahoo Business - 4 horas 25 mins ago

The big-box retailer has painted the bollards outside of select stores.


College football coach admits using Facebook, Twitter to spy on players

Yahoo Business - 4 horas 33 mins ago

Technically Incorrect: Get a friend request from a lovely-looking girl? It could be one of Texas Tech's less lovely coaches.


For one Syrian refugee, close, but no asylum

Yahoo Business - 8 horas 3 mins ago

Commentary: For Road Trip 2016, I met asylum seekers in Sweden and Finland on the doorstep of a dream. But for some, the door is closed.


China's BYD forecasts up to 91 percent profit rise for first nine months

Yahoo Business - 8 horas 6 mins ago

Chinese automaker BYD Co Ltd , backed by Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway Inc , on Sunday predicted an up to 91-percent profit increase in the first nine months of the year, as government policies drive green car sales. The Shenzhen-based company forecast an 83 percent to 91 percent rise in net profit for the first nine months, between 3.6 billion yuan ($539.8 million) to 3.7 billion yuan, according to a stock exchange filing. For the first half of 2016, BYD reported 2.3 billion yuan in profit, a 384 percent increase year-on-year, on the low end of the company's predicted increase of 382 percent to 425 percent.


Germany's economy minister: U.S.-EU free trade talks have failed

Yahoo Business - 8 horas 32 mins ago

Germany's Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel said on Sunday that talks on the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), a free trade deal being negotiated by the United States and the European Union, had essentially failed. "Things are not moving on that front," said Gabriel, who is also Germany's vice chancellor. The U.S. and the EU have been negotiating the TTIP for three years and both sides had sought to conclude talks in 2016 but they have differences over various issues, including agriculture.


Are AT&T's and Verizon's no-overage policies really a good deal?

Yahoo Business - 8 horas 33 mins ago

In this edition of Ask Maggie, CNET's Marguerite Reardon explains why Verizon's Safe Mode feature may not be all it's cracked up to be.


​Un artista hace calaveras del Día de Muertos con piezas de Lego

Yahoo Business - 8 horas 33 mins ago

Estas originales esculturas son un colorido tributo para la fiesta mexicana del Día de los Muertos.


How to set up quick and easy file sharing with Samba

Yahoo Business - 13 horas 51 mins ago

If you want to use a Linux desktop or server to share files, see how simple it can be with the help of Samba.


Ransomware: The smart person's guide

Yahoo Business - 14 horas 51 mins ago

This guide covers the history of ransomware, the systems being targeted in ransomware attacks, and what you can do to avoid paying a ransom in the event of an attack.


As Fed nears rate hikes, policymakers plan for 'brave new world'

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 19:51

By Jason Lange and Ann Saphir JACKSON HOLE, Wyo. (Reuters) - Federal Reserve policymakers are signaling they could raise U.S. interest rates soon but they are already weighing new tools they may need to fight the next recession. A solid U.S. labor market "has strengthened" the case for the first rate increase since last December, Fed Chair Janet Yellen told a central banking conference in Jackson Hole, Wyoming.


Social media's echo chamber fuels migrant backlash in Sweden, Finland

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 19:14

Refugees and migrants came to these Nordic countries in record numbers in 2015. Some Swedes and Finns are using Facebook and Twitter to voice opinions that would have seemed unthinkable a few years ago.


Man climbs into toilet to retrieve phone, gets completely stuck

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 19:09

Technically Incorrect: A Norwegian man drops his phone down a public toilet. His slim friend volunteers to retrieve it. Cue the rescue squad.


Social media's echo chamber fuels migrant backlash in Sweden, Finland

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 16:04

From Facebook to the streets, isolationist ideas have gained traction in Nordic countries that have taken in high numbers of asylum seekers.


This robot is a lousy sandwich chef

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 14:53

In her latest clip, robotics video-blogger Simone Giertz proves that a robot is no match for a stubborn jar of peanut butter.


Trump tweets: Fatal shooting of NBA star's cousin is reason African-Americans will vote for me

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 14:20

Technically Incorrect: On Saturday, the Republican candidate offers another of his instant musings on America. Not everyone is moved.


Thrill-seeking unicyclist rides on edge of 840-foot-high chimney in Romania

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 13:53

It takes someone with superhuman balance and nerves of steel to unicycle and juggle on top of a tall, crumbling structure. Meet Flaviu Cernescu.


Social media's echo chamber fuels migrant backlash in Sweden, Finland

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 13:16

From Facebook to the streets, isolationist ideas have gained traction in Nordic countries that have taken in high numbers of asylum seekers.


Facebook changes Trending Topics after criticism

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 12:27

The social network adds a more automated design that strips human-written descriptions from its list of popular topics, following months of criticism over how it displayed news stories.


When tech firms judge on skills alone, women land more job interviews

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 12:10

An experiment with removing gender from job applications makes the case that bias influences hiring.


Fed could use reserves payments to stimulate U.S. economy: paper

Yahoo Business - Sáb, 27/08/2016 - 10:02

The Federal Reserve could push banks to lend more by paying Wall Street smaller returns on money stashed at the U.S. central bank when inflation is low, according to an academic paper presented on Saturday. The proposal was one of several discussed at an international gathering of central bankers who are looking for ways to stimulate economies even after they have cut interest rates to near zero and flooded banks with money. In his paper, economist Ricardo Reis put forward a new way for the Fed to pay banks returns on the money they keep at the central bank, a tool that could potentially put the Fed's goal of keeping inflation at 2 percent on autopilot.