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Johnson dodges UK's health woes, wants to talk about Brexit

8 minutes ago   |   Chron   |   2 articles

LONDON - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sought Tuesday to get his campaign back to the issue of Brexit after coming under fire for his lack of empathy for looking away...
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A Boeing whistleblower says he tried to raise concerns about sloppy 737 Max production, but was ignored by the CEO, board, FAA, and NTSB

A Boeing whistleblower says he tried to raise concerns about sloppy 737 Max production, but was ignored by the CEO, board, FAA, and NTSB

20 minutes ago   |   Business Insider

A former Boeing senior manager said he tried to flag the 737 Max's production issues to the company's executives and three government agencies, but was ignored by all of them...
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India proposes new rules to access its citizens' data

52 minutes ago   |   Tech Crunch

India has proposed groundbreaking new rules that would require companies to garner consent from citizens in the country before collecting and processing their personal data...
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This one ingredient will help the mortar in your brick home last for decades not just years

58 minutes ago   |   Washington Post   |   2 articles

ASK THE BUILDER | As crazy as this sounds, it's powdered limestone. You know how durable that is, right? Think of all the national monuments and government buildings made from...
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Johnson dodges UK health woes, seeks to campaign on Brexit

1 hour ago   |   Chron   |   4 articles

LONDON - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson sought Tuesday to get his campaign back to the issue of Brexit after coming under fire for his lack of empathy for looking away...
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Canada goes after Volkswagen over diesel emissions fraud

Canada goes after Volkswagen over diesel emissions fraud

2 hours ago   |   RT

German automaker Volkswagen , which is the target of lawsuits in more than 50 countries around the world, is now being charged by Canada's government for faking emissions...
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China's auto sales sink 5.4% in November

3 hours ago   |   Chron

BEIJING - China's auto sales sank 5.4% in November from a year earlier, putting the industry's biggest global market on track to shrink for a second year. An industry group...
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French pension strikes expand, police gird for new protests

3 hours ago   |   Chron

PARIS - French airport workers, teachers and others joined nationwide strikes Tuesday as unions cranked up pressure on the government to scrap changes to the national...
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Japanese regulators recommend $22 million fine on Nissan

3 hours ago   |   Chron   |   3 articles

TOKYO - Japanese securities regulators are recommending that automaker Nissan be fined 2.4 billion yen over the under-reporting of compensation of its former chairman, Carlos...
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User's Guide to Disrupt Berlin 2019

4 hours ago   |   Tech Crunch   |   2 articles

Heiliger Strohsack - or holy smokes as we say here in the States! We're just hours away from kicking off Disrupt Berlin 2019. We have a stellar event planned with an all-star...
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Martech company Iterable just raised $60 million in what it calls its last...

Martech company Iterable just raised $60 million in what it calls its last funding round, and plans to use it to take on Salesforce and Oracle and get profitable

A growing number of marketing tech companies are trying to help brands make sure the messages they send to customers are relevant. Iterable is a 6-year-old, San Francisco-based... Read more ...

Boris Johnson had a disastrous day on the campaign trail which supporters...

Boris Johnson had a disastrous day on the campaign trail which supporters fear could cost him the election

A disastrous campaign day for the Conservatives has given Labour its last best hope of closing the gap in the polls before the general election on Thursday. Johnson was heavily... Read more ...

Morgan Stanley is cutting 1,500 jobs. Expect more as banks cull before bonus...

Morgan Stanley is cutting 1,500 jobs. Expect more as banks cull before bonus season

Morgan Stanley is cutting 1,500 jobs, or roughly 2% of its workforce. People familiar with the matter told CNBC that the cuts will largely hit technology and operations, while... Read more ...

Student Loans A Lot Like The Subprime Mortgage Debacle, Watchdog Says

Student Loans A Lot Like The Subprime Mortgage Debacle, Watchdog Says

Mike Calhoun rang the alarm bell early on about the subprime mortgage debacle - before reckless lending drove the economy into recession. These days, he's sounding the alarm... Read more ...

Away CEO Steps Down After Bombshell Report Reveals Staff Mistreatment

Away CEO Steps Down After Bombshell Report Reveals Staff Mistreatment

Steph Korey will no longer manage the popular luggage company in the wake of an article detailing a toxic work culture. Read more ...

The NFL is reportedly investigating the Patriots after a Bengals official...

The NFL is reportedly investigating the Patriots after a Bengals official saw them filming in the press box, but New England says the team was just shooting a documentary

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor told reporters on Monday that the NFL is investigating the New England Patriots for an incident that took place in the press box during... Read more ...

A lesson in measuring the federal debt: The many ways to calculate how much...

A lesson in measuring the federal debt:  The many ways to calculate how much the U.S. federal government owes

What's the debt level of the U.S. federal government? The answer isn't as straightforward as it may seem. A quick search on FRED for “federal debt” delivers the graph above... Read more ...

SoftBank is selling back its stake in embattled dog-walking startup Wag...

SoftBank is selling back its stake in embattled dog-walking startup Wag, amid the company's 'painful' layoffs

SoftBank's Vision Fund is giving up its nearly 50% stake in the dog-walking startup Wag, as the company continues to struggle. A memo circulated among Wag employees informed... Read more ...

Amazon thinks its cloud is 'objectively superior' to Microsoft's because it...

Amazon thinks its cloud is 'objectively superior' to Microsoft's because it has a custom chip called Nitro. Here's everything Amazon says the Pentagon missed with JEDI

In its protest over the lucrative JEDI contract, Amazon claims that its cloud is better than Microsoft's cloud. While Amazon has basically argued that the main reason it lost... Read more ...

At least 5 people are dead after a New Zealand volcano erupted. Experts say...

At least 5 people are dead after a New Zealand volcano erupted. Experts say the disaster was not predictable, despite warning signs

At least five people are dead, eight are missing, and more than 30 are injured after one of New Zealand's most active volcanoes erupted on Monday afternoon. Over the last... Read more ...