Is the Colts QB a legit MVP candidate? Has Joe Flacco taken his last snap with the Ravens? We take on the biggest questions.
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Handmade by female artisans and refugees in Rwanda and Ghana, Indego Africa’s designs are both a celebration of traditional craft techniques using locally-sourced, natural materials, and a direct collaboration with artisans who benefit from Indego’s market-driven approach to women’s empowerment. …
It wasn’t long ago that a wearing a fur coat was an emblem of conspicuous consumption, a wealth signifier and status symbol that many regarded as distinguished, rather than distasteful. In 2017 and 2018, several luxury brands (as well as retailers, magazines, fashion weeks and …
In an interview with Axios on HBO, Apple CEO Tim Cook explained the decision to use Google as the default search engine on Apple products. This decision has baffled some, considering Google’s business model of making money off of users’ data—something Apple has spoken out against numerous times.
“I think their search engine is the best,” Cook said in the interview. He followed up by diving into privacy features Apple has implemented in its Safari browser.
“Look at what we’ve done with the controls we’ve built in,” Cook stated. “We have private Web browsing. We have an intelligent tracker prevention. What we’ve tried to do is come up with ways to help our users through their course of the day. It’s not a perfect thing. I’d be the very first person to say that. But it goes a long way to helping.”
Google has begun looking beyond India to Southeast Asia for its "next billion" users. And its annual report on the region's internet economy gives us an insight as to why it's so crucial to the web giant. Home to 650 million people, Google projects S…
Nearly two years have passed since the Federal Communications Commission reported on whether broadband customers are getting the Internet speeds they pay for.
In 2011, the Obama-era FCC began measuring broadband speeds in nearly 7,000 consumer homes as part of the then-new Measuring Broadband America program. Each year from 2011 to 2016, the FCC released an annual report comparing the actual speeds customers received to the advertised speeds customers were promised by Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Verizon, AT&T, and other large ISPs.
But the FCC hasn’t released any new Measuring Broadband America reports since Republican Ajit Pai became the commission chairman in January 2017. Pai’s first year as chair was the first time the FCC failed to issue a new Measuring Broadband America report since the program started—though the FCC could release a new report before his second year as chair is complete.
fragment design is known for its collaborations and the latest one focuses on the accessories side of things. Joining forces with TAG Heuer, the two brands have reworked the Carrera watch in two formats. One is an all-black model with glow-in-the-dark hands and fixings, while the other has a black face and silver bezel, completed with a canvas striped strap.
Hiroshi Fujiwara revealed the models on his Instagram page, with one watch having the caption “soon @tagheuer #dotcrackunderpressure #Carrera_Fragment” while the other just tagged the watch brand. There’s no confirmed release date as of yet, but we will keep you updated when further information arises.
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The referee banned for using rock/paper/scissors to decide a kickoff has been backed after hundreds of fellow officials got in on the act.
Nissan Motor Co Ltd said it planned to oust Chairman Carlos Ghosn after alleging he had used company money for personal use and committed other serious acts of misconduct.
The holiday spending spree officially starts Friday, but it spills over into the weekend and gets even better on Monday. Prices on plush outerwear are cut further in half, great beauty buys come in even bigger bundles and some e-tailers who opted out of Black Friday elect to throw major Cyber …
Daniel Rigmaiden wants the world to know that, while CNBC’s American Greed television show may have portrayed him over two years ago as a “hacker,” a “recluse,” and more, he is none of those things.
Earlier this year, Rigmaiden sued NBCUniversal, CNBC’s parent company, and an Arizona Republic journalist shown in that episode, accusing them all of defamation.
Rigmaiden wants unspecified damages and also a permanent injunction that would stop further distribution of the episode, which is currently available on Amazon Video for $2.99.
Olympic powerbroker Sheikh Ahmad of Kuwait has stepped aside from IOC work while facing a criminal trial in Switzerland
In his 40 years in the auto industry, the praise Carlos Ghosn has won for turning around businesses has regularly been matched by criticism over the amount he has been paid to do it.
Carlos Ghosn, chairman of Japanese automaker Nissan, under-reported nearly 10 billion yen ($88.70 million) in compensation as nearly 5 billion yen, Jiji news agency reported on Monday.
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The whistleblower who helped reveal suspected money laundering involving Danske Bank told Denmark’s parliament on Monday that the bank had not heeded his warnings and had later offered him money to keep quiet.
Nissan Motor Co Ltd said on Monday it was moving to terminate Carlos Ghosn from his chairman’s post after finding that he had used company money for personal use and committed several other serious acts of misconduct.
The whistleblower who helped to reveal suspected money laundering involving Danske Bank told the Danish parliament on Monday that the bank had not taken his warnings seriously and had offered him money to keep quiet.
Nissan Motor Co Ltd’s chairman, Carlos Ghosn, has been arrested, the Yomiuri daily said on its website on Monday.