Malta's Prime Minister Joseph
Muscat said on Friday he was ready to resign if implicated by
official inquiries into a mystery Dubai firm and its links to
companies set up in Panama by his chief of staff and former
United Nations food chief
David Beasley spotted a tiny foot sticking out from under a
blanket in a hospital in Yemen that has been overwhelmed with
malnourished children, so he tried to bring a smile to the face
of the small patient.
Airbnb Inc said on Friday it had "substantially more" than $1
billion in revenue for the third quarter, marking its strongest
quarter yet ahead of a widely anticipated initial public
offering next year.
Investors on Friday welcomed
the appointment of Santander executive Roberto Campos to head
Brazil's central bank as a sign President-elect Jair Bolsonaro
will entrust economic and monetary policy to a market-friendly
team of economists.