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    Story of the day-Retirement letter from Google’s CFO Patrick Pichette


    Posted by Richard on 12 Mar 2015 / 0 Comment



    Retirement letter from Google’s CFO Patrick Pichette After nearly 7 years as CFO, I will be retiring from Google to spend more time with my family. Yeah, I know you’ve heard that line before. We give a lot to our jobs. I certainly did. And while I am not looking for sympathy, I want to […]

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    Story of the Day-Chinese Parents take son to court to force him to get a job


    Posted by Richard on 01 Sep 2014 / 0 Comment



    London Express: Despairing parents take son to COURT to force him to get a job Summary: by trueHUEnews staff 09/01/14 Chinese parents  have gone to court in an attempt to have their son evicted from their residence where he and his girlfriend have been freeloading and refusing to get a job with the claim that […]

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    Story of the Day-Toshiba unveils disease-detecting breathalyser


    Posted by Richard on 21 Mar 2014 / 0 Comment



    Toshiba unveils disease-detecting breathalyser March 18, 2014 09:57 AM (Last updated: March 18, 2014 11:36 AM) Japan’s electronics giant Toshiba unveils the prototype model of a breath analyzer which can detect gases in exhaled breath to monitor health and diagnosis of disease at the company’s headquarters in Tokyo on March 18, 2014. AFP PHOTO / […]

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    Story of the Day-French ‘less educated than other Europeans’


    Posted by Richard on 13 Mar 2014 / 0 Comment



    French ‘less educated than other Europeans’ Just 72.5 percent of French adults aged 25 to 64 have completed high school, the study by France’s national statistics body Insee found, compared to an average of 74.2 percent across the European Union. And the country lags far behind some of the best European performers. In Lithuania, some […]

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    Story of the Day-Why Russians Aren’t Smiling at You in Sochi


    Posted by Richard on 10 Feb 2014 / 0 Comment



    Why Russians Aren’t Smiling at You in Sochi The first rule about smiling at Russians is you do not smile at Russians. By Marina Koren When Ed Leigh arrived in Sochi to cover the Winter Olympics, something struck him as odd: None of the Russians there returned his smiles. When Leigh asked a native why […]

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    Story of the Day-Dutch bus drivers to test fatigue warning technology


    Posted by Richard on 28 Dec 2013 / 0 Comment



    Dutch bus drivers to test fatigue warning tech December 12, 2013 12:07 AM AMSTERDAM: A Dutch bus company is testing technology that monitors whether a driver is becoming drowsy. Royal Beuk BV said Tuesday it is outfitting 20 vehicles from six different charter vacation bus lines with a system designed by Australian company Seeing Machines. […]

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    Story of the Day-Can Wang Jianlin, China’s richest man, become a true movie mogul


    Posted by Richard on 01 Oct 2013 / 0 Comment



    China’s film business Wang Jianlin, China’s richest man, wants to be a movie mogul Sep 28th 2013 IT IS not exactly the most glamorous place to build a film studio. Qingdao, a sooty industrial port along China’s north-eastern coast that was once colonised by the Germans, is better known as the home of Haier, the […]

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    Story of the Day- Annual NYC inmate cost exceeds four years at Harvard


    Posted by Richard on 30 Sep 2013 / 0 Comment



    Report: Annual NYC inmate cost exceeds four years at Harvard September 30, 2013 1:45PM ET Average cost per inmate — $167,731 a year — is more than four years of Ivy League tuition A recent report found that jailing an inmate in New York City for one year costs about as much four years of […]

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    Story of the Day-A View Valued at 1.5 Billion Dollars


    Posted by Richard on 29 Sep 2013 / 0 Comment



    Golden Empire: The $1.5 Billion View By CHRISTOPHER C. WILLIAMS SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2013 As Empire State Realty Trust, owner of the iconic skyscraper, prepares to go public, Green Street Advisors has put a value of $1.45 billion on the observatory, more than half of the tower’s total value. Waiting on line for the Empire […]

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    Story of the Day-‘War is great businesses!’ Syria gun sellers cash in on conflict


    Posted by Richard on 25 Sep 2013 / 0 Comment



    ‘War is great businesses!’ Syria gun sellers cash in on conflict Wednesday, 25 September 2013 AFP, Damascus While most Syrians get poorer with every day of war, Aleppo’s main gun seller Abu Mohammad is doing just fine by selling firearms, including rocket-propelled grenades, ammunition and even swords. “War is great business,” said the northern city’s […]

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