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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Making the connectionHONG KONG - As economic momentum continues to shift eastward, China is taking a
Making the connection
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 22 minutes ago
HONG KONG - As economic momentum continues to shift eastward, China is taking a greater role in global affairs through ambitious development projects intended to connect the region and strengthen economic cooperation with the rest of the... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
12 scare tactics by President Zumagoing on at Cosatu’s May Day rally, which was officially aimed at celebrating t
12 scare tactics by President Zuma
Mail & Guardian / Posted 22 minutes ago
going on at Cosatu’s May Day rally, which was officially aimed at celebrating the 30th birthday of the labour federation and campaigning for the local government elections in August. Unofficially, it was a platform for President Jacob Zuma to... Read more
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Quartz
If England leaves the EU, it’s the end of the Premier League as we know it — Quartz CRYSTAL BALL He’s one of our own! He’s one of our own! Harry Kane
If England leaves the EU, it’s the end of the Premier League as we know it
Quartz / Posted an hour ago
— Quartz CRYSTAL BALL He’s one of our own! He’s one of our own! Harry Kane, he’s one of our... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Unshackle Workers' Right to OrganizeBeirut — The Egyptian government should legalize independent trade unions, Huma
Unshackle Workers' Right to Organize
AllAfrica.com / Posted an hour ago
Beirut — The Egyptian government should legalize independent trade unions, Human Rights Watch said today, on International Workers' Day. Egypt should also end the decades-old single official union system and allow free and fair elections to union... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Push-ups aim to curb veteran suicideNASHUA - Drop and give me 50! The command to hit the deck and pump out push-up
Push-ups aim to curb veteran suicide
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted an hour ago
NASHUA - Drop and give me 50! The command to hit the deck and pump out push-ups is a familiar one in martial arts and fitness classes. Now it's being used to promote public awareness of the devastating impact of suicide among America's... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Opposition Parties Shun Labour Day Celebrationscelebrations in Lusaka. Among the political parties that participated in the c
Opposition Parties Shun Labour Day Celebrations
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
celebrations in Lusaka. Among the political parties that participated in the celebrations was the ruling Patriotic Front, Movement for Multiparty Democracy (MMD), National Restoration Party (NAREP), UNIP, New Revolution Party (NRP) and the Zambia... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Has May Day Lost Its Relevance?May Day, or Workers Day, is a public holiday in many countries worldwide. It us
Has May Day Lost Its Relevance?
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
May Day, or Workers Day, is a public holiday in many countries worldwide. It usually is observed on May 1; it is a day for the celebration of workers. The 2016 May Day rally took place at the Eagle Square, Abuja and in the capitals of the 36 states... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
MEC Reginah Mhaule - Mpumalanga Education 2016/17 Prov Budget VoteMembers of the Community in the gallery and all our citizens who are following
MEC Reginah Mhaule - Mpumalanga Education 2016/17 Prov Budget Vote
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
Members of the Community in the gallery and all our citizens who are following us from various media platforms, I hereby extend special greetings to you all First and foremost, let me take this opportunity to extend my greatest appreciation and... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Right Amount of Exercise Envigorates WorkersIn the early centuries exercise and sporting programmes were a preserve of the
Right Amount of Exercise Envigorates Workers
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 hours ago
In the early centuries exercise and sporting programmes were a preserve of the affluent employer class. The reason given was that workers would be tired, because they had to work overtime to make more money or they could not afford to join exercise... Read more
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Daily Dispatch
No to ‘big man’ politicsFinance deputy minister Mcebisi Jonas has invoked the spirit of deceased strugg
No to ‘big man’ politics
Daily Dispatch / Posted 3 hours ago
Finance deputy minister Mcebisi Jonas has invoked the spirit of deceased struggle hero Raymond “Oom Ray” Mhlaba to lash out at the personality cults he says have taken over in the ANC. Deputy finance minister Mcebisi Jonas Jonas said Mhlaba worked... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Activism, Racism, Justice and White Crocodile TearsNtokozo Qwabe's Facebook post telling the story of how he and a group of friend
Activism, Racism, Justice and White Crocodile Tears
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 hours ago
Ntokozo Qwabe's Facebook post telling the story of how he and a group of friends refused to tip a white waitress provides us with a moment to reflect on activism, its aims, but also the stubborn obstacles to movement to a more equitable society. LOL... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
State colleges seek to increase graduation ratesSome 23.6 percent of the 15,066 students enrolling for the first time at an Ark
State colleges seek to increase graduation rates
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 3 hours ago
Some 23.6 percent of the 15,066 students enrolling for the first time at an Arkansas four-year institution in fall 2009 graduated in four years, while 39.7 percent of those students graduated in six, according to data from the state Department of... Read more
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The Financial Express
Over the barrel: Environmental hard truthsIndia cannot read from the same script as the US or China. Our developmental mo
Over the barrel: Environmental hard truths
The Financial Express / Posted 3 hours ago
India cannot read from the same script as the US or China. Our developmental model is different. Niti Aayog has placed on the internet a 25-slide presentation entitled “Creating a movement for change”. It has set out a thematic roadmap for... Read more
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The Economic Times
How IGI Airport moved from 101 rank to world's bestNEW DELHI: In four years, the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport is expe
How IGI Airport moved from 101 rank to world's best
The Economic Times / Posted 5 hours ago
NEW DELHI: In four years, the Indira Gandhi International (IGI) Airport is expected to contribute 22.2% to Delhi's GDP. Also on cards by 2020 are an expanded Terminal 1D and a brand-new swanky Terminal 4 as it looks to cement its place among the... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
West Augustine advocate narrows focus and looks to the futureAfter 14 years with the West Augustine Community Redevelopment Agency, Greg Whi
West Augustine advocate narrows focus and looks to the future
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 8 hours ago
After 14 years with the West Augustine Community Redevelopment Agency, Greg White announced recently he was stepping down as the chair of its steering committee. It was a decision, he says, that will free him up to pursue his work on economic... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
Rubin: Diminishing faith in democracy threatens US and the globeThe greatest threat to American security is something most Americans never thin
Rubin: Diminishing faith in democracy threatens US and the globe
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 9 hours ago
The greatest threat to American security is something most Americans never think of. President Barack Obama touched on it in his speech to the European people last week in Germany. I’m not referring to the Islamic State, although Obama called the... Read more
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New York Magazine
America Has Never Been So Ripe for TyrannyDemocracies end when they are too democratic. Illustration: Zohar Lazar And ri
America Has Never Been So Ripe for Tyranny
New York Magazine / Posted 10 hours ago
Democracies end when they are too democratic. Illustration: Zohar Lazar And right now, America is a breeding ground for tyranny. As this dystopian election campaign has unfolded, my mind keeps being tugged by a passage in Plato’s Republic. It has... Read more
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The Advocate
Mental health groups combining efforts in LafayetteAbout 60 people from the legal system, law enforcement and social service agenc
Mental health groups combining efforts in Lafayette
The Advocate / Posted 10 hours ago
About 60 people from the legal system, law enforcement and social service agencies in Lafayette who deal with the mentally ill are meeting to try to come up with better ways to address challenges posed by those who suffer from mental illness. As is... Read more
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Slate
He Wasn’t at Berkeley or in Vietnam, but Trump Is a True Product of the Boomer GenerationDonald Trump, Baby BoomerHe wasn’t at Berkeley or Woodstock—and he definitely w
He Wasn’t at Berkeley or in Vietnam, but Trump Is a True Product of the Boomer Generation
Slate / Posted 11 hours ago
Donald Trump, Baby BoomerHe wasn’t at Berkeley or Woodstock—and he definitely wasn’t in Vietnam—but Trump can only be understood as a terrifying product of his generation. It turns out the knack for selling “luxury” to people with no concept of... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
IAG/State Insurance Wins 2015 Roger Award• WestpacThe criteria for judging are by assessing the transnational (a corpora
IAG/State Insurance Wins 2015 Roger Award
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 12 hours ago
• WestpacThe criteria for judging are by assessing the transnational (a corporation with 25% or more foreign ownership) that has the most negative impact in each or all of the following categories: economic dominance - monopoly, profiteering, tax... Read more
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The Economic Times
Wearable revolution arrives on Brooklyn Bridge firstThe show features 150 garments made between the 1880s and last February by name
Wearable revolution arrives on Brooklyn Bridge first
The Economic Times / Posted 12 hours ago
The show features 150 garments made between the 1880s and last February by names like Chanel, Iris van Herpen, Lanvin and Hussein Chalayan, and is meant to draw attention to the increasingly meaningless standoff between hand and machine. Why do we... Read more
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Philly.com
At May Day rally, childcare becomes a radical actFor a hundred or so activists who crowded into tents to escape the rain Sunday
At May Day rally, childcare becomes a radical act
Philly.com / Posted 14 hours ago
For a hundred or so activists who crowded into tents to escape the rain Sunday afternoon, the May Day USA March, Rally and Family Celebration at Clark Park in West Philadelphia was a chance to speak out on issues from the Verizon workers' strike to... Read more
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Daily Maverick
TRAINSPOTTER: Mani-EFF-esto – Malema and Co prove third time is a charmIt was an hour past noon when the spaceship finally descended from the heavens.
TRAINSPOTTER: Mani-EFF-esto – Malema and Co prove third time is a charm
Daily Maverick / Posted 15 hours ago
It was an hour past noon when the spaceship finally descended from the heavens. It spewed huge plumes of purple smoke, and from its bowels emerged Commander-in-Chief Julius Sello Malema of the Galactic Order, wearing nothing but a bedazzled... Read more
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The Hindu
From the Archives — dated May 2, 1966Value of co-operative farming Mr. C. Subramaniam, Food Minister, to-day [May 1
From the Archives — dated May 2, 1966
The Hindu / Posted 15 hours ago
Value of co-operative farming Mr. C. Subramaniam, Food Minister, to-day [May 1, New Delhi] strongly defended co-operative farming and said that it could “be an element in the strategy of modernisation” of Indian agriculture. Inaugurating the Food... Read more
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LLRX.com
Evolutions in DNA ForensicsThe human body is our vessel for life's journey.1 In the laboratory, its bluepr
Evolutions in DNA Forensics
LLRX.com / Posted 16 hours ago
The human body is our vessel for life's journey.1 In the laboratory, its blueprint becomes the prosecutor of crimes and the liberator of innocents. Since its inception as a forensic tool,2 DNA has had a dual nature: (1) scientifically girded evidence... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
EFF Statement On Worker's DayThe EFF marks the International Workers' Day as an important reminder that work
EFF Statement On Worker's Day
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 hours ago
The EFF marks the International Workers' Day as an important reminder that workers will only be free when the phenomenon of wage labour and class is eradicated. Only when production and distribution is for people and not for profit, will the worker... Read more
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guardian-series
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
guardian-series / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Harrow Times
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Harrow Times / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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This is West Country
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
This is West Country / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Gazette News
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Gazette News / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Business Insider
Canada's oil and gas industry could be 'lower for a long time, possibly forever'But it’s not all bad, oil prices are gradually rising because of market physics
Canada's oil and gas industry could be 'lower for a long time, possibly forever'
Business Insider / Posted 22 hours ago
But it’s not all bad, oil prices are gradually rising because of market physics and investor sentiment. Federal and provincial politicians are softening their opposition to, and have even publicly declared support for, pipelines to tidewater. The... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Croydon Guardian / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Northern Echo
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Northern Echo / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Kingston Guardian / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Rise of radical right-wing parties in Europe are a reflection of the diminishing faith in democracyThe greatest threat to American security is something most Americans never thin
Rise of radical right-wing parties in Europe are a reflection of the diminishing faith in democracy
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 22 hours ago
The greatest threat to American security is something most Americans never think of. President Barack Obama touched on it in his speech to the European people last week in Germany. I’m not referring to the Islamic State, although Obama called the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Oxford Mail / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Streatham Guardian / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
16 related stories
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Bury Times
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Bury Times / Posted 22 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
16 related stories
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Gazette
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of
Australia 'would welcome UK staying in the EU'
Gazette / Posted 23 hours ago
collapsed in the wake of the refugee crisis we are facing. Such is the scale of the exodus, even Theresa May has upped the ante on her rhetoric, seemingly jumping on the Eurosceptic bandwagon to criticise the way migration is handled in the EU. At... Read more
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Wired News
In the New Wireless Universe, You’re Finally at the Centerago, on Boxing Day 2012. At the time, Nick Fox was looking for something new a
In the New Wireless Universe, You’re Finally at the Center
Wired News / Posted yesterday
ago, on Boxing Day 2012. At the time, Nick Fox was looking for something new after 10 years working on search ads—the economic engine that drives the entire Google empire. His boss, Susan Wojcicki, suggested he talk to Andy Rubin, who led the... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Labour Movement to do more to boost workers' productivity: Chan Chun SingSINGAPORE: The Labour Movement will ramp up efforts to help workers upgrade the
Labour Movement to do more to boost workers' productivity: Chan Chun Sing
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
SINGAPORE: The Labour Movement will ramp up efforts to help workers upgrade their skills so they can boost productivity and earn better wages, said Mr Chan Chun Sing on Sunday (May 1). In his first May Day Rally speech as labour chief, Mr Chan said... Read more
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Salon.com
The Obama economy on May Day: “It could have been worse” isn’t nearly enoughIt’s the weekend of May Day, a holiday with ancient roots and a modern history
The Obama economy on May Day: “It could have been worse” isn’t nearly enough
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
It’s the weekend of May Day, a holiday with ancient roots and a modern history that is celebrated around the globe to honor both the international labor movement and the annual rebirth of the natural world. Or rather, a holiday celebrated around the... Read more
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Salon.com
Bernie is the hero of 2016: Just because he’s losing the nomination doesn’t mean he’s failedSince Hillary Clinton’s triumphant Tuesday, in which she won four out of the f
Bernie is the hero of 2016: Just because he’s losing the nomination doesn’t mean he’s failed
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
Since Hillary Clinton’s triumphant Tuesday, in which she won four out of the five state primaries and padded her delegate lead — almost ensuring her the Democratic nomination for president — the Bernie Sanders campaign has noticeably adjusted its... Read more
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CBC.ca
'Open data': Why advocates are calling on governments to open their databases"Open data" is already shaping Canadians' lives, and open data advocates — incl
'Open data': Why advocates are calling on governments to open their databases
CBC.ca / Posted yesterday
"Open data" is already shaping Canadians' lives, and open data advocates — including academics, businesspeople and policymakers — say opening up government databases for members of the public to analyze is leading to positive social outcomes for... Read more
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