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British Airways crew announce new strike over pay: here’s what to do if you’re affected

British Airways cabin crew will stage a three-day strike from Thursday (January 19) in an ongoing dispute over pay. The airline says the vast majority of its flights will be unaffected by the walk-out – the second in just over ...

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Renault: Latest car maker targeted in ‘dieselgate’

  Following Volkswagen and Fiat Chrysler, Renault is being investigated over possible ‘cheating’ in diesel emissions. French prosecutors are investigation Renault over suspected cheating on vehicle exhaust emissions, which caused the car maker’s shares to fall. On Friday, prosecutors said ...

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South Korea scandal: Samsung chief Lee Jae-yong a suspect

Samsung heir-apparent Lee Jae-yong is to be interviewed as a suspect in a corruption scandal surrounding the impeached South Korean president. The firm is accused of giving donations to non-profit foundations operated by Choi Soon-sil, a confidante of President Park ...

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BA cabin crew start two-day strike at Heathrow

A two-day strike by some of BA’s cabin staff may disrupt flights at Heathrow airport on Tuesday and Wednesday. The strike, by 2,900 members of the Unite trade union, is in pursuit of higher pay for members of the so-called ...

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More than 700 Amazon Alexa applications may launch in the next 4 days, CES chief economist says

LAS VEGAS —Alexa, will this be the CES show where your dominance is established in voice computing? Shawn DuBravac, the chief economist for the Consumer Technology Association, thinks it very well could be. Speaking to journalists Tuesday at the giant ...

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Capable Of Developing Businesses and Enterprises Independently

In this modern day and age, women are no longer seen as restricted to being housewives. Nowadays, women are known to have the courage to grab whatever opportunities they can to generate income, either for themselves or their families. This ...

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Dallas is getting a $600 million urban park that’s more than 11 times as large as Central Park

The city of Dallas is building a 10,000-acre nature district — nearly 12 times as large as Manhattan’s Central Park — along the Trinity River. The Trinity River Project will feature plenty of walkways, sports fields, trees, and other flora, ...

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The Best Deals Of Green Monday From Amazon, Dell And more

Think of Green Monday as a 2nd helping of Cyber Monday. It’s a second change for users to get some fantastic deals while still getting it in time for the holidays. It is typically one of the biggest shopping days ...

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GIC acquires P3 Logistic Parks for S$3.69b in biggest European real estate deal this year

SINGAPORE – Singapore’s sovereign wealth fund GIC has signed a definitive agreement to acquire P3 Logistic Parks from TPG Real Estate and its partner Ivanhoé Cambridge for €2.4 billion (S$3.69 billion). This is the largest European real estate transaction in ...

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How is a humble chicken rice recipe worth S$2 million?

Timothy Ho of Dollars and Sense tries to make sense out of the S$2 million valuation of Hong Kong Soya Sauce’s S$2 chicken rice recipe. Can a chicken rice recipe really be worth S$2 million? That’s the question many Singaporeans ...

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