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Facebook is changing its terms of service so that 1.5 billion users are not protected by tough new EU privacy laws, according to Reuters. [Read More]
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An obscure accounting change added billions to Alphabet's bottom line during the first quarter of 2018. On Monday, the web giant posted (pdf) earnings of…... [Read More]
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The reviews are in for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts I and II on Broadway, which opens this week. According to critics, the…... [Read More]
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Bitcoin may be a bubble, but bubbles often accompany new, transformative technologies. (Think of Pets.com or MySpace in the early days of online retail and…... [Read More]
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Sergio Marchionne, the CEO of Ferrari and Fiat Chrysler, has been famously skeptical, even scathing, about electric cars in the past. But it looks like…... [Read More]
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After the birth of her younger brother earlier today, Princess Charlotte is now officially a middle child. And if she wants to be Queen, she's…... [Read More]
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Successful teams in an "agile" workplace share a common trait: They don't just fail fast, they fail forward. This means no one points fingers when…... [Read More]
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Fresh analysis of America's legal marijuana market predicts the industry—currently valued at just over $8 billion—could be worth roughly $25 billion by 2025. [Read More]
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Exorcism is again in the news, as the Vatican announces a new training course will be held to meet increased demand for deliverance ministry. So…... [Read More]
Britain has a new prince, and bookmakers are now taking final bets from the public before the duke and duchess of Cambridge announce the name…... [Read More]
Some of the ocean's tiniest creatures may be creating powerful jets of water that profoundly alter the Earth's environment. By studying brine shrimp that measure…... [Read More]
Afghanistan, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and North Korea all have something in common with the Mexican state of Guerrero: They've all been given a level four…... [Read More]
The head of South Africa's Market Photo Workshop, Lekgetho Makola, is very particular about how the historic Johannesburg photography school describes its teaching model. "We…... [Read More]
Cryptocurrency traders don't need—or even want—to be protected from market manipulation, according to the chief executive of the Kraken crypto exchange. That is one of…... [Read More]
There are certain classes of technology that, by their nature, put those who possess their secrets in danger: Nuclear weapons. Ballistic missiles. Advanced encryption software.…... [Read More]
The long-held dream of economic integration in Africa is becoming more of a reality—thanks a crop of companies defying high odds. Despite the obvious difficulties…... [Read More]
Significant cracks have started to form in Emmanuel Macron's new political party. The divide is, perhaps unsurprisingly, about Europe's thorniest issue—immigration. The French National Assembly…... [Read More]
Britain's capital is predominantly owned by just two aristocrats—the Duke of Westminster (paywall) and the Earl Cadogan. But in London's richest neighborhood, Mayfair, extremely wealthy…... [Read More]
As he's prone to do, Donald Trump yesterday (April 22) tweeted angrily in response to something he saw on TV. What enraged him this time…... [Read More]
A review of nearly 40,000 job ads posted in the last five years shows how blatant sexism can be when it comes to hiring in…... [Read More]
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