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As the 20 shortlisted cities vying to host Amazon.com’s second North American headquarters hone their bids to attract thousands of high-paid jobs, they should also plan for rising housing costs and strains on infrastructure, experts said.
It's no secret that Google's colourful employee bicycles often go missing – but until now the scope of the problem was largely unknown outside the Mountain View tech giant.
Amazon.com's extraordinary growth has turned Seattle into the biggest company town in America.
The potential downsides to Google's planned campus in the heart of downtown check all the boxes on the list of Bay Area horrors: escalating traffic, overburdened transit systems, skyrocketing housing costs, displacement of lower-income people.
Amazon.com Inc's billionaire founder Jeff Bezos turned to an unusual source of inspiration for how to donate part of his wealth: Twitter.
A growing number of Swedish parishes have started taking donations via mobile apps. Uppsala’s 13th-century cathedral also accepts credit cards.
Miko from Berlin may only be five, but he already has €1,000 (RM4,682) per month to live on – not from hard graft, but as part of an experiment into universal basic income.
If appetites are not quenched by most recent release, March 21's Mass Effect: Andromeda, consider these five fiction-heavy ventures: Cloud Chamber, Event, The Solus Project, Consortium and Opus: The Day We Left Earth.
Jordan Snider, 31, is a bit player in the kaleidoscope of Portland start-ups that have helped turn this city into one of the nation's hottest urban economies, with a job-growth rate second only to Miami from 2013 to 2015.
Facebook Inc won dismissal of a lawsuit involving a picture of German Chancellor Angela Merkel and a Syrian refugee that raised questions about the social network’s duty to remove racist comments by its users.