|Hackers From China Resume Attacks on U.S. Targets|
The Obama administration had bet that ?naming and shaming? the groups, first in industry reports and then in the Pentagon?s own detailed survey of Chinese military capabilities, might prompt China?s new leadership to crack down on the ...
Apple avoids taxes with ?complex web? of offshore entities, Senate inquiry finds
Between 2009 and 2012, the company shielded at least $74 billion in profits from U.S. tax laws by setting up subsidiaries in Ireland under a special arrangement ... according to the report by the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations.
North Korea sends top official, Kim confidant to China in highest profile visit of year
PYONGYANG, North Korea ? North Korean leader Kim Jong Un dispatched a high-profile official and close confidant to China on Wednesday as Beijing faces pressure to rein in its belligerent neighbor. Choe Ryong Hae, a top Workers? Party ...
China Calls for North Korea to Release Fishing Crew
The Chinese Foreign Ministry revealed on Sunday that the vessel?s owner, Yu Xuejun, had called the Chinese Embassy in Pyongyang on May 10 to seek help after North Korea captured the fishing boat, which operates from Dalian, a northeastern ...
H-1B Models Strut Into U.S. as Programmers Pray for Help
Ravi Shanker makes weekly pilgrimages to Chilkur Balaji temple outside Hyderabad, India, asking for a little help on a visa from an incarnation of Lord Vishnu. Shanker, a graduate of the Indian Institute of Technology, a top engineering school ...
With wary eye on the U.S., China courts India
By Frank Jack Daniel and Rajesh Kumar Singh NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Chinese Premier Li Keqiang, smiling and effusive, was out to smooth ruffled feathers in India this week, promising to ease tensions and increase trade between Asia's fastest growing economies in his first trip overseas since taking office. "China will make your dream come true," Li told a banquet hall filled with Chinese and ...
Peculiar malware trail raises questions about security firm in India
Security firm Norman, investigating cyber-espionage-related to a Norwegian telecom company, the Pakastani government and others, says a lot of its findings lead to the word "Appin," which happens to be the name of a security outfit in India whose website indicates it does work for the Indian military.
Norman Shark Cyber Research Report Uncovers First Large Cyber Espionage Activity Emanating From India
Norman Shark, the global security leader in malware analysis solutions for enterprises, service providers and government, today released a report detailing a large and sophisticated cyber-attack infrastructure that appears to have originated from India.
SAS Regional Director for Southeast Asia to lead Singapore market
SAS Singapore has appointed Sudipta Sen, regional director of Southeast Asia and chief executive officer of SAS Institute India, the leader for the Singapore market.