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Op-Ed: Bitcoin price recovers to break through $13,000 briefly Jan. 20

The price of bitcoin recovered to breach the $13,000 level briefly today and has risen more than ten percent over the last 24 hours. Many cryptocurrencies are staging a recovery from the recent downturn.

Review: Taylor Swift Tribute never goes out of 'style' at Mulcahy's Special

Wantagh - On January 20, Elizabeth Scarborough performed her national Taylor Swift tribute act at Mulcahy's Pub and Concert Hall in Wantagh.

Some Indian banks clampdown on accounts linked to cryptoexchanges

Many top Indian banks have either suspended or at least curtailed the functionality of accounts linked to cryptocoin exchanges. The banks justified their actions by citing the risk of dubious transactions.

Reasons, risks and consequences of Turkey's Syria operation

Ankara - The Turkish military has started an air and ground operation against Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) militia whom Ankara views as "terrorists" linked to outlawed militants.

South Korea in a swoon as megastar from the North visits

Seoul - South Korea went into swoon mode Sunday -- at the feet of a party apparatchik from the North.Hyon Song-Wol is, however, no dourly-dressed, suit-wearing bureaucrat from the nuclear-armed nation, but the leader of Pyongyang's most popular girl band.

Review: Luke Bryan incredible on new single 'Most People Are Good' Special

Country superstar Luke Bryan is back with his latest radio single "Most People Are Good." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Billy Joel to perform 100th career Madison Square Garden concert

New York - On July 18, 2018, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Billy Joel will be performing his 100th lifetime show at the World's Most Famous Arena, Madison Square Garden.

Rocket Lab makes history with 1st successful commercial launch

On Sunday, California-based startup Rocket Lab made history again, launching its Electron Rocket from its launch facility on the Māhia Peninsula in New Zealand, carrying a payload of commercial satellites that were successfully put into Earth orbit.

Predicting consumer behavior is key to business success

Customer serving businesses can grow and remain competitive if they can predict what consumers are most interested in and how consumers might react to certain offers or incentives.

Project to bring cellular data into IoT platforms

A new collaboration has been announced with the aim of bringing together two leading services in location technology. This is with a view to providing new platform solutions to public spaces, including sports venues.

Review: Bad Wolves haunting on new version of The Cranberries' 'Zombie' Special

Hard rock group Bad Wolves have released their version of The Cranberries' "Zombie," and the proceeds will go to the children of the late singer Dolores O'Riordan.

SuperMeat startup could disrupt the poultry market

Tel Aviv - SuperMeat, an Israeli biotech and food-tech startup that is developing lab-made chicken meat, has raised $3 million in seed funding, as it becomes the latest of a crop of so-called ‘clean meat’ companies to get off the ground.

US Christian tourists see deep meaning in Trump's Jerusalem move

Jerusalem - Near the olive grove where Christians believe Jesus agonised before his crucifixion, an American visitor spoke of a decision by US President Donald Trump some believe also holds spiritual importance.

Start-up nation: Macron's France lures US, UK tech

Paris - France was an unlikely choice of location for Mark Heath's new start-up, given that the American's mastery of the French language is, by his own cheerful admission, "atrocious".

Women's rights protestors slam harassment, violence

London - Women's rights protesters took to the streets in European cities on Sunday to voice their frustration at sexual harassment, violence and discrimination against women.Hundreds of people gathered in London chanting "Time's up! Time's up!

Elon Musk's top eight areas of interest revealed

Elon Musk was be most publicly associated with SpaceX and Tesla, by the technology entrepreneur is involved in a variety of projects crossing eight major industrial sectors, according to a new report.

Brains of jazz and classical pianists work differently

Whether jazz or classic is the preference, the brains of musicians who excel in different music forms differ according to a neuroscience study.

Review: Big Shot performs at The Paramount with actor Gary Valentine Special

Huntington - Billy Joel tribute band Big Shot headlined The Paramount in Huntington with actor Gary Valentine ("The King of Queens") as their special guest. Singer-songwriter Alex Shillo warmed up the stage for Big Shot.

Alex Shillo talks new music, digital transformation of industry Special

Connecticut singer-songwriter Alex Shillo sat down and chatted with Digital Journal prior to his concert at The Paramount, where he opened for Big Shot.

Richest one percent made 82% of wealth created last year: Oxfam

Paris - The world's richest one percent raked in 82 percent of the wealth created last year while the poorest half of the population received none, Oxfam said Monday, as the world's elite prepared to mingle at the World Economic Forum in Davos.
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