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Chef Youm Jung-phil plans to close his restaurant in Seoul's affluent Gangnam district this month, worn down by the rising cost of labour and rent as well as declines in the number of customers eating in.
Deep in a Vernon warehouse, barrels of frozen mango puree from Mexico are stacked four stories high. Hams for Christmas are flash-frozen as June temperatures climb outside.
Grab is putting a second batch of 10 startups through a 16-week programme. The startups will be able to test whether there is a market for their services.
New restrictions on Airbnb and similar services in Los Angeles went into effect this week, driven by complaints that an explosion of short-term rentals has turned apartment buildings into hotels and pinched the city’s already tight housing supply.
The perennial issue in the gig economy is whether workers should be classified as employees. Uber Technologies Inc, Lyft Inc and other companies that rely on contract work have dealt with this question in a number of ways: staging PR campaigns, hiring lobbyists and arguing in court that they’re software platforms, not employers.
The residents of Eixample, an elegant, tree-lined district in central Barcelona, are getting used to a new sound: the rattle of suitcases being dragged along paving stones.
Neo Cab explores the delicate and perilous balance of managing our happiness while also analysing how it's affected and shaped by others.
Like something out of Harry Potter, Monopoly has introduced a talking top hat, as a voice assistant that takes on the role of banker and property manager.
Google is pouring US$1bil (RM4.17bil) into easing the high-priced housing headaches that it and its Silicon Valley peers helped give the San Francisco Bay Area.
A small group of fans of exploration game No Man's Sky are renting advertising space near the offices of a videogame studio to thank staff for their dedication.