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Ghanaian pilot Eric Acquah started a drone company in 2017 to spray crops with pesticides, but when coronavirus hit the West African country he found a new mission – saving lives.
How did you learn about money when you were a kid? Maybe your parents handed you a few dollars to swing by the grocery store for milk. After getting through the checkout line and carefully counting out the change, perhaps you stuffed the rest back into your pocket and headed back home.
Like health officials facing outbreaks of disease, Internet companies are trying to contain bad information about vaccines.
Models testing fashion brands like Adidas, Benetton and Gap are finding that almost a third of the shoes and clothes they try on are bigger or smaller than the size on the label indicates, explaining why many clothes bought online are sent back.
Amazon.com Inc’s “double role” as Germany’s largest retailer and biggest online host for smaller stores is the target of an antitrust probe into the terms the company sets for other sellers, the German Federal Cartel Office said.
“Pics or it doesn't count” takes on a new meaning during music festival season.
People with hay fever hate dust. That was the premise of a marketing drive launched by British vacuum cleaner maker Dyson with US retailer Target Corp.
Amazon.com Inc’s fourth annual Prime Day event lured shoppers from around the world, highlighting the promotion’s evolution from a rummage sale of obscure products to 36 hours of discounts on major brands such as Samsonite luggage, Callaway golf clubs and General Mills cereals.
Cord-cutting is not just for millennials anymore. Fed up with high prices and bloated packages, millions of Americans cut the cord on cable TV in 2017, finding refuge with a growing number of streaming services, which deliver lower prices and a competitive channel lineup over the internet.