What Happened on 31 July 2015
The German government has launched a treason probe into a news site that had reported on plans to step up… Read More.
El Salvador’s government has provided police and army escorts for bus drivers after criminal gangs forced them to go on… Read More.
Sony’s quarterly net profit has more than tripled, thanks to a boost in sales of PlayStation games and image sensors.… Read More.
Royal Dutch Shell has slashed 6,500 jobs as part of its cost-cutting strategy to counter the fall in oil prices.… Read More.
The US economy expanded at an annualized rate of 2.3% in the second quarter, according to official data. This follows… Read More.
Reports indicate that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is unenthusiastic about contributing to a third Greek bailout, and is unlikely… Read More.
Steven Finn grabbed five wickets to take England within striking distance of victory on the second day of the third… Read More.
US President Barack Obama has signed an executive order to build the world’s fastest computer within ten years. The American… Read More.
Facebook has built a drone to bring net connectivity to the planet’s remote areas. The drone will operate at a… Read More.
A ruling by France that the “right to be forgotten” needs to be applied across the world and not just… Read More.