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The teacher forced the kid to smell his feet after the child had called them smelly. Police placed him in an emergency seven-day detention and the government said he needs to be fired.
More than a year after Malawian driver Matthew was hit by a car while delivering food on his motorbike in South Africa, he lives with a shooting pain in his foot and fears for his life every time he hits the road.
(Reuters) - Nvidia Corp on Monday said it plans to make a server processor chip based on technology from the United Kingdom's Arm Ltd, putting it in the most direct competition yet with rival Intel Corp and adding a layer of complexity to the antitrust review of Nvidia's $40 billion deal to buy Arm.
American researchers have developed an entirely autonomous robot capable of guiding partially and non-sighted humans around obstacles and in confined spaces. In the future, the new invention could provide a robotic alternative to traditional guide dogs for the blind.
Amazon.com Inc always had the upper hand in its high-profile battle with the US Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union over its fulfillment center in Bessemer, Alabama. It had the deeper pockets, of course, and with mandatory workplace “information sessions”, could slyly proselytise on the shop floor against the union and the financial burdens of membership.
Though technology is key to the digital transformation of a company, it’s the digital leaders within the organisation and their decisions that will ensure success or failure.
An investment bank sees the future of the new normal as back at work, with plans to have all its employees to return to the office.
Research find that certain physical gestures like making eye contact, sitting upright and facing the audience can help make you appear more competent during a Zoom call.
(Reuters) -Efforts to unionize Amazon.com warehouse workers in Alabama were defeated on Friday by a more than 2-to-1 margin in a major win for the online retailer, but the union trying to organize workers was set to challenge the results, assailing the company's methods.
(Reuters) -Amazon.com Inc warehouse employees in Alabama were on track to reject unionization by a 2-1 margin with almost half the votes counted in an election seen as a potential turning point for organized labor.