Hotel valet parks Porsche underneath car

 (AP) A hotel valet had a lucky escape — but the luxury sports car he was trying to park did not. Australian media say the valet drove the soft-top Porsche Carrera under another vehicle Thursday outside the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Sydney.  (Porsche) Emergency workers cut the driver out from…

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Google under fire for listing ‘Nazism’ as the ideology of the California Republican Party

File photo – Silhouettes of laptop and mobile device users are seen next to a screen projection of Google logo in this picture illustration taken March 28, 2018. (REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration) Google came under fire on Thursday after an error in its Knowledge Panel listed “Nazism” as the ideology of the…

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Chinese women’s newest accessory: six-pack abs

(CNN)Along the streets of Beijing, flyers advertising newly built gyms are passed into everyone’s hands. Exercise isn’t traditionally part of Chinese culture, barring some aunties square-dancing in the park and a few tai chi practitioners on the sidelines. But that’s changing now, with the hashtag #MajiaXian going viral on Weibo,…

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Latin Americas Movile is quietly building a mobile empire

Nathan Lustig By 2020, Brazilian mobile giant, , wants to improve the lives of more than one billion people through its apps. The company began its mission in 1998 selling gaming, news and SMS messaging services to mobile operators in Brazil. After receiving its first investment from South African-based global…

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House Leader McCarthy slams Google over ‘Nazism’ error, claims bias against conservatives

House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., has spoken out about what he views as political bias in the tech industry. House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., was quick to slam Google on Thursday after reports surfaced that an error in the Internet search giant’s Knowledge Panel listed “Nazism” as a tenet…

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How convenience stores are surviving the retail storm

Image caption Aris sets up his stall on Camberwell Church Street in London The fruit and vegetables lining the front of the grocers, Cruson, in Camberwell Church Street in London are tempting – but not massively consequential. Yet this is just a tiny tip of a multi-billion pound sector comparable…

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The trouble with charitable billionaires

The long read: More and more wealthy CEOs are pledging to give away parts of their fortunes often to help fix problems their companies caused. Some call this philanthrocapitalism, but is it just corporate hypocrisy? In February 2017, Facebooks founder and CEO Warren Buffett announces a $30bn donation to the…

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