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Restoring Competition in the Digital Economy

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Restoring Competition in the Digital Economy Por Dalia Marin MUNICH – The digital economy is carving out new divides between capital and labor, by allowing one firm, or a small number of firms, to capture an...

This artist brings Turkish streets to life with his cartoons

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This artist brings Turkish streets to life with his cartoons   Hakan Keles, 31, draws enormous characters on the photos he takes of Turkey's streets. For him, the illustrations make the places "readable." Artist Hakan Keles, 31,...

Forget Coffins! Artful Ashes Will Swirl You Into Beautiful Glass Creations When You Die

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Forget Coffins! Artful Ashes Will Swirl You Into Beautiful Glass Creations When You Die   Seattle- based company Artful Ashes is helping loved ones during the grieving process by creating unique ashes glass art memorials for those...

Jordan’s king replaces prime minister to defuse protests

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Jordan's king replaces prime minister to defuse protests   King Abdullah has asked Education Minister Omar al Razzaz to form a new government after Hani Mulki resigned as prime minister. However, the change in administration has...

How Link Building Can Help Grow Adult Website Traffic

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How Link Building Can Help Grow Adult Website Traffic by Dale Harris   The art of link building is not learned overnight. It takes multiple tries to see results from mastering your content. We’ve established our own...

US Army discharging immigrant recruits and reservists

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US Army discharging immigrant recruits and reservists   Spokespeople for the Pentagon and the Army said that, due to the pending litigation, they were unable to explain the discharges or respond to questions about whether there...

The Last Bastion of a Profitable Press

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The Last Bastion of a Profitable Press Shashi Tharoor Twitter: @shashitharoor NEW DELHI – Around the world, newspapers seem to be facing imminent extinction, as a mass exodus to the Internet causes their circulation to slump and...

Samsung heir sentenced to five years in jail after corruption conviction

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Samsung heir sentenced to five years in jail after corruption conviction Justin McCurry in Tokyo and agencies in Seoul   South Korean court sentences Lee Jae-yong over role in scandal that led to impeachment of former president...

Venezuela’s presidential election candidates

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Venezuela's presidential election candidates   Venezuela's mainstream opposition is boycotting the election and two of their most popular leaders are barred from standing. Here's a look at the three candidates that are running in Sunday's vote. leading...

The rainbow’s not over – it’s the style symbol of the season

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The rainbow’s not over – it’s the style symbol of the season   Lauren Cochrane   From phone cases to Gucci flatforms and cakes to Vans sweatshirts, this multi-coloured shot of magic and LGBT freedom is a visual...

Recipe: Greek Nachos

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Recipe: Greek Nachos By Marla Meridith  Mediterranean, Mexican  Baking   These Greek Nachos are a fun flavor twist & should definitely make it to your next party or family table. Prep: 15 mins Cook: 15 mins Yields: 6-8 servings Ingredients 1...

Protests erupt in Greece and Macedonia after name change pact signed

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Protests erupt in Greece and Macedonia after name change pact signed   The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia has agreed to change its name to the Republic of North Macedonia to end a decades-long dispute with...

Staring at the Screen: 5 Ways to Beat Writer’s Block for Good

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Staring at the Screen: 5 Ways to Beat Writer’s Block for Good   It’s a writer’s’ worst nightmare when the inevitable writer’s block kicks in and keeps the words from flowing. If you’re dealing with writer’s block,...

Australia’s Great Barrier Reef valued at $42B

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Australia's Great Barrier Reef valued at $42B   A study conducted by Deloitte Access Economics found that the Great Barrier Reef is worth $42 billion and underpins 64,000 jobs. Australia's beleagured Great Barrier Reef is an asset worth...

5 Common Myths Regarding Liposuction Surgery

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5 Common Myths Regarding Liposuction Surgery   If you’re considering liposuction, you need the facts. Americans spend more than $15 billion on cosmetic procedures each year. Liposuction continues to be the #1 surgical aesthetic procedure in the...

Facebook takes aim at TV with launch of new video platform Watch

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Facebook takes aim at TV with launch of new video platform Watch By Luján Scarpinelli Social media giant Facebook has launched a new video service in a bid to conquer the growing digital video industry. The launch...

Facebook, Google and more unite to let you transfer data between apps – Josh...

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Facebook, Google and more unite to let you transfer data between apps Josh Constine   The Data Transfer Project is a new team-up between tech giants to let you move your content, contacts, and more...

Venezuela political prisoners ‘revolt’ at Caracas jail

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Venezuela political prisoners 'revolt' at Caracas jail   Relatives gathered outside the headquarters of the secret service, where inmates have staged an uprising Relatives of political prisoners held in one of Venezuela's most notorious prisons say...

Boko Haram releases 101 schoolgirls abducted from Nigeria’s Dapchi

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Boko Haram releases 101 schoolgirls abducted from Nigeria's Dapchi   Nigeria's government says Boko Haram militants have returned 101 of the 110 girls who were abducted from their school in Dapchi a month ago. Hauwa (L) and...

HRT and vaginal moisturisers? Here’s what really helps menopausal women

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HRT and vaginal moisturisers? Here's what really helps menopausal women Ann Robinson   Products claiming to ‘fix’ the menopause are now a multibillion-dollar global industry. We asked the experts for their advice on what works and what...

EU wage growth hits two-year high

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EU wage growth hits two-year high Author: Luján Scarpinelli   The European Central Bank could be set to phase out its emergency stimulus programme as wages in the eurozone grow at their quickest rate for two years. On...

New York-bound, a ballet star rises in Bollywood’s heartland

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New York-bound, a ballet star rises in Bollywood's heartland   The 16-year-old son of an Indian metal welder has received an invitation from the American Ballet Theatre's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis School in New York City for...

How to manage the transition from parent to city life

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How to manage the transition from parent to city life Author: Ruth Gamble, Partner at BDBF   Ruth Gamble on the top tips to help parents return to professional life. As a working mum, I know how challenging...

Cuban heritage runs like DNA in these musicians

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Cuban heritage runs like DNA in these musicians   Pianist Omar Sosa and violinist and singer Yilian Canizares have gone through similar experiences growing up in Cuba, and they understand what it means to endure all...

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