Charleston Lim

Charleston Lim
Charleston is a business news writer in Business Times. "A web developer and SEO expert by profession, but an aspiring writer and journalist at heart. My field of interest generally ranges from science, tech, gadgets, games, and software. I am always open to changing my perspective and am eternally hungry for knowledge. I like the fact that I still don't know a lot about how the world works, and I'm fine with that."

The Latest

  • Lace Cocaine Kills At Least 16 People In Buenos Aires
    Cocaine cut with toxic chemicals resulted in the deaths of at least 16 people and sent at least 50 others to hospitals.
  • Militant Groups Brutally Attacks Camp For Displaced In Eastern Congo
    A militia group called the Cooperative for Development of Congo attacked a camp for the displaced and hacked and shot at least 60 people.
  • U.S. To Deploy 3,000 Troops To Reinforce NATO's Eastern Flank
    Biden approved an order for the deployment of around 3,000 troops to support NATO's eastern flank in Europe.
  • Landslide In Ecuador's Capital Of Quito Kills At Least 24 People
    The side of a hill collapsed onto a residential area in Ecuador's capital city of Quito, killing at least 24 people.
  • Swedish Startup Using Crows To Clean Streets Of Used Cigarettes
    Cigarette butt
    A startup company in Sweden has launched a pilot program in Södertälje, which teaches crows to pick up discarded cigarettes butts in exchange for food.
  • AT&T Decides To Spin Off WarnerMedia And Merge It With Discovery
    AT&T, Discovery merger
    AT&T shareholders will own 71% of the new company called Warner Bros. Discovery while existing Discovery shareholders will own 29%.
  • Starbucks Reports Slightly Lower Holiday Profits Amid Inflation
    Starbucks said it may be forced to increase prices once again due to the surge in prices of materials and labor.
  • Cedar Fair' Carefully Reviewing' SeaWorld's $3.4 Billion Takeover Offer
    Cedar Fair
    Cedar Fair is reviewing SeaWorld's offer of $60 per share, which values the company at around $3.4 billion.
  • Australian School Moving To Expel Gay Students, Sparks Public Outrage
    Citipointe Christian College required parents to sign an enrollment contract that prohibited homosexuality and homosexual activity in the school.
  • UBS Q4 Earnings Beat Expectations, Upgrades Financial Targets
    UBS posted profits of $1.35 billion for its fourth quarter, beating average analyst estimates of $853 million.
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