Articles By Vittorio Hernandez

Two Qantas passenger jets are seen on the tarmac at Melbourne's Tullamarine Airport

From Companies Sep 05

Qantas Chief Executive Alan Joyce’s Pay Cut 40%

Because of the financial losses suffered by Australian flag carrier Qantas, the officials of the company, led by Chief Executive Alan Joyce, suffered hefty pay cuts during the last financial year.

Manny Pacquiao

From Tech Sep 05

Manny Pacquiao’s Video Singing Tribute to NFL Goes Viral, Gets More Than 50,000 Hits In 2 Days

Although eight-division title holder and Filipino congressman Manny Pacquiao is known for his boxing skills, the past few days had the 35-year-old boxer dabble in other sports.

French President Francois Hollande (Reuters)

From Books Sep 05

Former French First Lady Airs Dirty Linen in Public Via New Book, Disses Husband Francois Hollande

Former French First Lady Valerie Trierweiler just released on Thursday her 320-page book titled Thank You for this Moment, and her ex-husband, President Francois Hollande, is surely not thankful for the release of her tell-all memoirs.

Jennifer Lawrence (Reuters)

From Tech Sep 05

Bryan Hamade, Suspected Hacker Of Nude Jennifer Lawrence Photos, Scared To Turn Phone On

The suspect in the hacking of the nude selfies of Hunger Games actress Jennifer Lawrence has been named. An Australian newspaper identified the suspected hacker as Bryan Hamade who, according to his brother Andrew, is now scared to turn on his mobile phone.

May 9, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Floyd Mayweather Jr. takes a selfie during game three of the second round of the 2014 NBA Playoffs at Staples Center.

From Sports Sep 04

Boxing News 2014: Mayweather Says God Will Let Him In Heaven Even If He Doesn’t Read Like A News Anchor

Filled up with criticisms from 50 Cent to Manny Pacquiao that he lacks education, unbeaten American boxer Floyd Mayweather insisted on Wednesday that he is literate.

Manny Pacquiao Ruled The MGM Grand Arena

From Sports Sep 04

Boxing News 2014: Money May’s Condition For The Dream Match Is Pacquiao Must Sign Up With Mayweather Promotions

Despite the disclosure last week by Top Rank Promotions chief Bob Arum that Showtime/CBS and HBO are discussing the possibility of having two Manny Pacquiao-Floyd Mayweather bouts in 2015, Money May doused cold water on the fight.

Fighters of the Islamic State stand guard at a checkpoint in the Northern Iraq City of Mosul

From Law Sep 04

A Tale of 2 Jihadists: One Learns Proper Technique of Beheading, Another Opts To Become A Scholar

An Egyptian who has undergone training with the Islamic State (IS) revealed that among the things he has learned from the militant organization is how to behead properly. The disclosure came a day after the IS released a video on Wednesday indicating that it had beheaded American journalist Steven Sotloff.

A truck drives past piles of iron ore at the dump site of a port in Rizhao, Shandong province in this October 3, 2013 file photo.

From Global Markets Sep 04

Price Of Iron Ore Tumbles Down To 5-Year Low Of $85.70/Tonne, Could Dip Further To $75

Australia's mid-tier miners suffered another blow as the price of iron ore in the international market dipped 1.2 per cent on Thursday and went down to a five-year low of $85.70 per tonne.


From Companies Sep 04

Coles Cuts 400 Jobs, But To Open More Stores

Australian grocery giant Coles said on Wednesday that it would axe more than 400 jobs from its head office in Melbourne. At the same time, it would open more outlets.

Still image from video of Sotloff kneeling next to a masked Islamic State fighter

From Law Sep 04

Britain Considers Operation to Rescue British Hostage from Islamic State

Britain had tried in the past but was not successful in rescuing a Briton who was threatened by members of the Islamic State to be next on their chopping block, after it beheaded within two weeks apart two American journalists.