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Ford offers 2018 F-150 Police Responder cop truck

Ford has unveiled a new flavor of the top-selling F-150 truck that is aimed specifically at police departments around the US. Capable of speeds up to 160km/h, the all-new F-150 Police Responder features a powerful and efficient 3.5-litre tubocharged petrol V6 under the bonnet.

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Call of Duty: WWII Nazi Zombies Reveal Trailer Is Creepy

We're killin' Zombie Hitler, aren't we? And as much to prevent you right away, the new Zombies mode of Call of Duty WW2 is particularly gore. The wave-after-wave horde mode is such a staple of Call of Duty that Activision doesn't dare cut it.

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Reliance Industries to invest Rs 413 crore in Balaji Telefilms

Consolidated net profit for the three months through June rose to 91.08 billion rupees ($1.4 billion), up from 71.13 billion rupees a year earlier, said the Mumbai-based firm which is owned by India's richest man Mukesh Ambani . "Over the past four years, we made significant investments in new plants, thus creating organic growth platforms for our energy and materials businesses".

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European Central Bank will look afresh at policy this autumn - Draghi

Spot gold prices were down 0.2 per cent at $1,238.04 an ounce at 1048 GMT, while USA gold futures for August delivery were 0.4 percent lower to $1,237.40 an ounce. Nordea Bank sank 5.15 percent in Stockholm after reporting a 26 percent fall in second-quarter net profit. The current account surplus increased to Euro 30.1 billion in May from 23.5 billion in April.

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IBM misses on revenue estimates

Currently, IBM is a Zacks Rank #4 (Sell), and is down 1.82% to $151 per share in after-hours trading shortly after its earnings report was released. That was a less negative reaction than the 5 percent drop after the first-quarter announcement on April 18.

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Facebook may add pay wall for certain news content

Campbell Brown, Facebook's head of news partnerships, told attendees at the Digital Publishing Innovation Summit in NY on Tuesday that the company is launching the subscription-based news service, according to The Street . The recent development comes in a week after almost 2,000 publishers in the U.S. formed the News Media Alliance to get an anti-trust exemption from the Congress to negotiate over advertising revenue with digital platforms.