Captain Robert Mayne stands at the wheel as he guides the steel-hulled Aqua Quest from the docks in the Florida Keys, pointing the vessel toward what he’s been assured is a gold-laden shipwreck that may be worth tens of millions of dollars.
Nokia Oyj, the Finish company selling its handset business to Microsoft Corp, told a London court that Taiwanese phone maker HTC Corp. was copying its technology designed to help transmit voice and text messages.
The United Arab Emirates agreed to buy K11 rifles from South Korea, becoming the first export customer for the weapon, United Press International reported, citing the U.A.E.’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration.
Sun Myung Moon, the Korean-born founder of the Unification Church and self-proclaimed messiah who built a secretive global business empire that sells cars, guns, newspapers and sushi, has died. He was 92.