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A logo of Twitter is pictured next to the logo of Facebook in this September 23, 2014 illustration photo in Sarajevo.  REUTERS/Dado Ruvic (BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA  - Tags: BUSINESS TELECOMS)   - RTR47HW4
A farmer sprays his rapeseed field with insecticide and fungicide in Blecourt, near Cambrai, France, May 10, 2015. REUTERS/Pascal Rossignol - RTX1CD21
An advertisement for Verizon is seen at Times Square in New York, May 12, 2015. Verizon Communications Inc said on Tuesday it will buy AOL Inc for $4.4 billion, turning the biggest U.S. wireless carrier into a leading provider of content and video for the web and mobile phones.  REUTERS/Shannon Stapleton - RTX1CNBT
The Offshore LNG regasification terminal, the FSRU Toscana, is towed into Valletta's Grand Harbour July 1, 2013. The FSRU Toscana, a converted ship and the first offshore-moored floating regasification plant in the world, is on its way from Dubai to Livorno, Italy, where it will be permanently moored and used as a gas terminal and export point, according to local media. 
A Palestinian farmer sprays pesticide in a tomato field in the West bank village of Beit Ummar, north of Hebron September 9, 2012. Once the mainstay of the local economy, Palestinian agriculture in the rocky West Bank is in decline, with farmers struggling to protect both their livelihoods and their lands. Deprived of water and cut off from key markets, farmers across the occupied territory can only look on with a mix of anger and envy as Israeli settlers copiously irrigate their own plantations and export at will. Picture taken September 9, 2012. To match Feature PALESTINIAN-ISRAEL/FARMING  REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (WEST BANK - Tags: POLITICS AGRICULTURE BUSINESS FOOD) - RTR37VRE
A sign advertising gas prices is seen at a Chevron station in Los Angeles, California March 4, 2015. Labor leaders and oil company representatives will resume face-to-face talks on Monday in Houston in a bid to agree on a new contract that would end the biggest U.S. refinery strike in 35 years, the United Steelworkers union said on Wednesday. The strike, now in its second month after starting Feb. 1, has dragged on as both sides fail to reach agreements over wage increases and how to curb worker fatigue, which is tied to accidents. About 6,550 workers are on strike at 15 plants, including 12 refineries that account for a fifth of U.S. capacity. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES ENERGY CIVIL UNREST) - RTR4S4CJ
A gamer plays "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare" on an Xbox One console during the Xbox Play Day 2014, before the Gamescom 2014 fair in Cologne August 12, 2014. The Gamescom convention, Europe's largest video games trade fair, is opened to the public from August 14 to 17. REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT) - RTR4259P
A mascot of tripadvisor is seen at its stand at the International Tourism Trade Fair (ITB) in Berlin March 4, 2015.
 The fair has over 10,000 exhibitors from around 190 countries. REUTERS/Axel Schmidt (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS TRAVEL) - RTR4S28V
An American Airlines Boeing 767 lands at San Francisco International Airport, San Francisco, California, February 15, 2015. REUTERS/Louis Nastro - RTR4XN61
A pharmacist counts pills in a pharmacy in Toronto in this January 31, 2008 file photo. Pressured by an aging population and the need to rein in budget deficits, Canada's provinces are taking tough measures to curb healthcare costs, a trend that could erode the principles of the popular state-funded system. To match ANALYSIS CANADA-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Mark Blinch/Files  (CANADA - Tags: HEALTH POLITICS BUSINESS) - RTR2ELV1
A large cloud gathers over the skyline of San Francisco
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