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Faced with closures because of coronavirus measures and fierce competition from retail giant Amazon, 250 independent UK bookshops have banded together on a new online platform.
BEIJING (China Daily/ANN): Residents from lower-tier cities and rural areas have shown huge consumption potential and are expected to inject more impetus into China's online retail market during this year's Nov 11 Singles Day shopping extravaganza.
JAKARTA (The Jakarta Post/ANN): Indonesian multi-service app company Gojek announced on Monday (Nov 9) the launch of a digital out of home (DOOH) advertising platform called GoScreen.
LONDON, (Reuters) - Eight rounds into a Premier League season is usually a sufficient period for the big guns to start gathering near the top of the table and for the surprise early pace-setters to be on their inevitable slide.
(Reuters) - Primoz Roglic tightened his grip on the overall lead of the Vuelta a Espana as he claimed some precious seconds when finishing runner-up on stage 16 on Friday.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - An estimated 22.8 million people watched U.S. election returns on television on Tuesday night, according to preliminary ratings cited by Hollywood outlets The Wrap and the Hollywood Reporter, suggesting viewership may be down from election night in 2016.
(Reuters) - If U.S. President Donald Trump secures a second term in the White House, look for an auto emissions battle with California, a bid to downsize Big Tech and more strong audience ratings for cable news.
LONDON (Reuters) - The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating financial impact on rugby around the world but has given the sport a convenient opportunity to once again focus on the perennial challenge of a global calendar, World Rugby head Brett Gosper said on Monday.
Daimler AG’s commercial truck unit and Alphabet Inc’s Waymo on Oct 27 said they will collaborate on development of self-driving Class 8 semi trucks, applying Waymo’s automated system to Daimler’s Freightliner Cascadia.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - A second debate between Republican U.S. President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden attracted roughly 63 million television viewers, according to Nielsen data released on Friday, a drop from the candidates' first face-off in September.