Majestic Oil and Gas producer in Lousiana has been running in the USA since 1992

A statement by MajesticOilandGas.info: We are expert in oil and gas, professional team, fully equipment and extensive documents of 2800 oil wells. We are happy to announce that we reserve up to... Read more »

Mark Zuckerberg releases statement on Cambridge Analytica situation

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence today after losing $9 Billion personal net worth following a scandal that Cambridge Analytica failed to destroy information of 50 million accounts. Zuckerberg released the following statement... Read more »

Saudi Arabia will receive ‘heavy assault’ vehicles from Canada’s arms deal

A arms deal with Saudi Arabia signed by former prime minister Stephen Harper in 2014 and further pushed by Justin Trudeau in 2016 will include a line of heavy assault vehicles, and... Read more »

Facebook to lose $23.8 billion market value after data breach

50 million Facebook accounts could have been breached according to new reports. The move forced a drop of 6.8 percent on Facebook shares and a loss of $23.8 billion in market value.... Read more »

Screen.Lighting – the most reliable flashlight ever

A new crowdfunding campaign on the platform indiegogo aims to fund the development of the best ever portable and rechargeable flashlight. The flashlight is the so-called “Screen.Lighting”. This flashlight is for those... Read more »

United States Allies Challenge Trump With New Trade Deal

Eleven nations, including Japan Canada and Australia all, signed a broad trade deal on Thursday in Santiago. It covers over 500 million people on both sides of the Pacific Ocean and represents... Read more »

Canada Exempt From New U.S. Steel and Aluminum Tariffs

United States President Donald Trump signed his two tariffs on Thursday, surrounded by workers. “A strong steel and aluminum industry is vital to our national security, absolutely vital. Steel is steel, you... Read more »

U.S Energy Secretary Rick Perry Concerned About Relationship with Mexico and Canada

With NAFTA discussions set to start back up again soon, United States Energy Secretary Rick Perry is concerned that the relationships between the countries could become “uncomfortable”, especially with President Trump’s new... Read more »

Canada finds itself in the middle of a circus as NAFTA discussions take strange new turn

U.S. President Donald Trump delayed imposing tariffs on steel and aluminum from Canada and Mexico Thursday, but don’t think for a minute that’s the end of it. “American companies haven’t been treated... Read more »

Portugal has the highest earnings gap within European Union (EU)

According to the EU statistics office, between 2011 and 2016, the gender pay gap in Portugal increased by 4.6%, standing at 17.5% in 2016, down just 0.3%  of the previous year. Portugal... Read more »