Category: Finance

How Facebook is fighting back against propaganda

How Facebook is fighting back against propaganda

How the Russians use fake news

During the U.S. election, hackers used Facebook to spread bad information. These weren’t the stereotypical hackers after your passwords or credit cards — these hackers wanted to control your opinion.

In a new paper …

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This is how you make an entrance: Watch as Aston Martin celebrates moving into its new factory by racing iconic cars through the Welsh facility

This is how you make an entrance: Watch as Aston Martin celebrates moving into its new factory by racing iconic cars through the Welsh facility

Aston Martin has released a six-and-a-half-minute-long, stunt-packed video to celebrating getting the keys to its new manufacturing plant in St Athan in South Wales.

The British carmaker said the film commemorates 104 years of the brand – and what better …

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Trump says decision on Paris climate deal ‘very soon’ as pullout looms

Trump says decision on Paris climate deal ‘very soon’ as pullout looms

© Saul Loeb / AFP | US President Donald Trump at the White House in Washington, DC, May 31, 2017.

U.S. allies around the world sounded alarms Wednesday as President Donald Trump seemed close to pulling the United States out

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Opposition gains in British polls, but May’s party keeps strong lead

Opposition gains in British polls, but May’s party keeps strong lead

By Alistair Smout and William James

LONDON, April 30 (Reuters) – Three opinion polls showed a rise in support for Britain’s opposition Labour Party, although Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservatives maintained a commanding lead ahead of a June 8 election …

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Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt says H-1B visa cap is ‘stupid’

Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt says H-1B visa cap is ‘stupid’

Eric Schmidt: Cap on H-1Bs is ‘stupid’

Eric Schmidt takes issue with the government limiting the supply of H-1B work visas.

"The single stupidest policy in the entire American political system was the limit on H-1B visas," said Schmidt at …

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Good grief! How to prepare for the financial consequences of death

Good grief! How to prepare for the financial consequences of death

It is a subject no one likes to talk about. But this week ‘death cafes’, crematoria tours and ‘ask a funeral director’ sessions will all be on offer to the public at venues around the country as a notorious taboo …

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Living With Cancer

Living With Cancer

Doctors removed only part of Whitney Archer’s brain tumor eight years ago, but she has been leading a normal life since.

President Richard Nixon declared war on cancer in 1971, but 46 years later, a single cure remains elusive. That …

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