(Reuters) – International Business Machines Corp’s full-year profit forecast fell short of Wall Street targets on Tuesday, sending the technology company’s shares down as much as 6 percent.
Australia’s aged care system overhaul merges agencies for ‘responsive one-stop shop’
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The federal government will set up a powerful new watchdog as part of a massive overhaul of Australia’s aged care system.
Following a string of scandals at nursing homes around the country, the minister for aged care, Ken Wyatt, will unveil a plan to merge a number of agencies into a new Aged Care Quality and Safety Commission on Wednesday.
Men who abuse women online are driven by misogyny, fear and the desire to assert their dominance, writes Bianca Fileborn.
Mobile apps leak personal data via insecure ads that transmit ad-targeting data insecurely.
Wall Street sentiment is high as a solid earnings season kicks on, with the biggest boost coming from technology stocks by far.
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One woman says she is stuck in the sub-standard Margate flat she rents with her two young children.
The state’s attorney general said his office had evidence of a probable felony that he is turning over to the St. Louis circuit attorney.
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Chicago Cubs first baseman Anthony Rizzo believes that baseball’s 162-game schedule is too long.
The three-time All-Star said Tuesday in a radio interview on Chicago’s WMVP-AM that he thinks the season should be shorter even if it means a smaller paycheck for players.