Coffee and tea farmers in eastern Africa will see a sharp reduction in earnings, following a drop in world prices of the two commodities. Kenya's coffee prices fell to a low of $2.73 per kilogram in May from $3.96 in January
More than 2,400 bankers in the United Kingdom were paid in excess of 1 million euros (870,000 pounds) in 2011, according to EU regulator. More bankers in the UK were paid more than 1 million euros than in any other nation in the EU.
The number of accidents in the U.S. caused by cellphone use has tripled over the past seven years. In New York State alone there was a 143% increase in cellphone-related accidents between 2005 and 2011.
Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the global regulator of web addresses, entered into a contract with dotShabaka Registry to become the world's first Arabic new Top-Level Domain (TLD).