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More than one out of two motorists who participated in a video conference before driving could suffer from concentration problems. These “Zoom Zombies” are of concern because they can present a danger for other road users.
THE importance of entrepreneurship has magnified in today’s economic landscape. It introduces a crucial element of dynamism, particularly into an economic system. Entrepreneurs are often regarded as national assets mainly because they contribute in terms of innovation and jobs, as well as improve the conditions for a prosperous society.
WHICH part of the US wealth distribution saw its net worth rise the fastest over the past year, five years and decade? No, not the top 1%, according to the distributional financial accounts published last month by the Federal Reserve.
Philippines eases restrictions in Metro Manila despite surge in Covid-19 infections; virus total now goes above 864,000
The Philippines will ease the lockdown restrictions in Metro Manila and four adjacent provinces starting Monday (April 11) despite the surge of Covid-19 infections, a government spokesman said on Sunday.
TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada is shifting its vaccination campaign to target frontline workers, moving away from a largely age-based rollout as the country tries to get a handle on the raging third wave of the pandemic.
Eighty years of pick-up heritage equates to a dominant machine that is not only more rugged, durable and reliable, but also versatile and packed with smarter features.
ROME (Reuters) - DS Techeetah's Jean-Eric Vergne won the first of a Formula E double-header in Rome on Saturday after a late crash on a slippery track took out both the Mercedes cars and left the field following the safety car to the chequered flag.
SINGAPORE Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat dropped a bombshell when he announced his decision to step down as the leading fourth generation leader.
MORE than seven in 10 cabbies and private-hire car (PHC) drivers here have received their first Covid-19 vaccination dose, with almost half of them having completed both doses.
(Reuters) - Facebook users may not be learning about jobs for which they are qualified because the company's tools can disproportionately direct ads to a particular gender "beyond what can be legally justified," university researchers said in a study published on Friday.