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Spelling errors, video show Huawei rival stole trade secrets, U.S. jury hears

SHERMAN, Texas (Reuters) - A former engineering manager used Huawei Technologies Co Ltd trade secrets and lured away 24 of its employees to improperly build his startup company, a lawyer for the Chinese telecommunications firm told a Texas jury on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: A Huawei company logo is seen at a shopping mall in Shanghai, China June 3, 2019. Picture taken June 3, 2019. REUTERS/Aly Song/File PhotoThe trial to decide a civil lawsuit began with the Huawei lawyer showing jurors that spelling errors in its internal documents were repeated in proposals the former manager, Ronnie Huang, used to start chip-maker CNEX Labs Inc three days after leaving…

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Former officer charged for not responding to Florida school shooting

(Reuters) - A former Florida sheriff’s deputy was arrested on Tuesday on multiple felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from his lack of response during the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 dead, the county sheriff said. Former Broward County sheriff's deputy Scot Peterson, 56, arrested on multiple felony and misdemeanor charges stemming from his response during the 2018 mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas School, in Parkland, Florida is shown in this booking photo in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, U.S, provided June 4, 2019. Broward Sheriff's Office Jail/Handout via REUTERS Scot Peterson, 56, who was taken into custody, faces multiple counts of…

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Exclusive: Promising thousands of U.S. jobs, Foxconn offshored 155 to Mexico

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Foxconn has offshored more than 150 U.S. jobs to Mexico, according to the Labor Department, even as it struggles to meet job-creation targets promised as part of a massive new factory championed by President Donald Trump. FILE PHOTO: Visitors are seen at a Foxconn booth at the World Intelligence Congress in Tianjin, China May 19, 2018. REUTERS/StringerThe Taiwan-based electronics maker said in a filing in Indiana in November 2018 that it would lay off 155 workers at a computer factory outside Indianapolis, citing “changes in our business and production objectives.” The Labor Department in February determined that the jobs were eliminated because the company…

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Top tech executives will be asked to testify in U.S. probe

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Leaders of big tech companies will be asked to testify as part of an investigation into whether the companies misuse their massive market power, the head of the U.S. House Judiciary subcommittee leading the probe said on Tuesday. FILE PHOTO: The logos of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google in a combination photo from Reuters files. REUTERSThe comments came a day after sources said the U.S. executive branch is gearing up for a similar probe of Amazon.com Inc, Apple Inc, Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc’s Google, setting up what could be an unprecedented, wide-ranging investigation of some of the world’s largest companies. The House of…

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Trump says British royal Meghan was ‘nasty’ to him in new interview

LONDON (Reuters) - Donald Trump thinks that Meghan, wife of the British royal Harry, is “very nice” even if she has been “nasty” to him, the U.S. president said in pre-released extracts of a broadcast interview. FILE PHOTO - Prince Harry, The Duke of Sussex with Meghan Markle the Duchess of Sussex meet young people from a number of mental health projects operating in New Zealand, at the Maranui Cafe in Wellington, New Zealand October 29, 2018. Ian Vogler/Pool via REUTERSThe rest of the wide-ranging interview, which ITV said would touch on Iran, climate change and Brexit, will be broadcast on Wednesday. The former Meghan Markle, a…

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Trump defies own party to push ahead with Mexican tariff threat

LONDON/MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - Defying increasing criticism from within his own party, U.S. President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he would likely go ahead with new tariffs on imports from Mexico to pressure it to clamp down on rising numbers of migrants entering the United States. Trump told a news conference in London he expected to impose 5% tariffs on Mexican imports from Monday, citing the high number of mostly Central American immigrants crossing the U.S. southern border with Mexico. In a last-ditch attempt to find a resolution, a Mexican delegation including Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard is set to take part in talks at the White House…

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After backlash, Trump U-turns on UK health service in trade talks

LONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump backtracked on comments that Britain’s public health service should be on the table in future post-Brexit trade talks between the two countries, after Prime Minister Theresa May said some areas might be off-limits. U.S. President Donald Trump and Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May arrive for a joint news conference in London, Britain, June 4, 2019. REUTERS/Carlos BarriaThe National Health Service (NHS) is a cherished institution for many Britons. Created after World War Two, it provides a wide range of services ranging from routine consultations to life-saving operations. “I think everything with a trade deal is on the table,” Trump told…

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Trump says Britain’s health service not on table for trade talks

U.S. President Donald Trump and British Prime Minister Theresa May speak at a dinner hosted by himself and first lady Melania Trump at Winfield House, during their state visit in London, Britain June 4, 2019. Chris Jackson/Pool via REUTERSLONDON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump rowed back comments that Britain’s health service could be involved in any future trade deal on Tuesday, after his remark that everything was on the table in talks sparked controversy in Britain. “I don’t see it being on the table. Somebody asked me a question today and I say everything is up for negotiation, because everything is,” Trump said in an interview…

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UK’s Farage says Trump concerned by Brexit delay after meeting

LONDON (Reuters) - Nigel Farage, leader of the Britain’s Brexit party, said U.S. President Donald Trump told him in a meeting on Tuesday that he was concerned at how long it was taking Britain to leave the European Union. Leader of the Brexit Party Nigel Farage arrives at Winfield House during U.S. President Donald Trump's state visit in London, Britain, June 4, 2019. REUTERS/Henry NichollsTrump has said he considers Farage, who was a major player in the campaign for Britain to leave the EU during the 2016 referendum, a friend and has called him a “smart person”. Farage said he had enjoyed a “good meeting” with the…

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Thousands protest against Trump in London but fewer than last year

By Andrew MacAskill and Andrew R.C. Marshall Demonstrators take part in an anti-Trump protest in Trafalgar Square, London, Britain, June 4, 2019. REUTERS/Clodagh KilcoyneLONDON (Reuters) - Thousands of people protested in central London on Tuesday against U.S. President Donald Trump’s pomp-laden state visit to Britain, but numbers were well down on the tens of thousands who gathered to oppose his visit last year. Protesters shouted, banged drums and waved placards at what organizers called a “Carnival of Resistance” in Trafalgar Square while Prime Minister Theresa May held talks with Trump a short distance away at her Downing Street residence. The leader of Britain’s opposition Labour Party, Jeremy…

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