Brussels’ Influence on EU Policy-Making

Brussels’ Influence on EU Policy-Making

By Anna Domanska - Jan 19, 2017

It is intriguing to know that the country of Belgium is divided into three regions, based on the differences of language- it has French and Dutch speakers. The region in the north

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Beer Yoga is here…and it’s not so brewtiful

Beer Yoga is here…and it’s not so brewtiful

By Anna Domanska - Jan 18, 2017

The best beers are the ones we drink with friends…err, make that yoga buddies. We know it sounds delirious, but not in Germany. Our German friends have combined the art of drinki

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First Facebook Startup Incubator to be Launched in Paris

First Facebook Startup Incubator to be Launched in Paris

By Carrie Ann - Jan 17, 2017

Apart from being the most popular social networking domain, Facebook Inc. now aims to become the world’s biggest startup space as well. Dubbed the “Station F”, this campus is

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Alibaba Buying Intime for $2.6 Billion will Aim to Modernize Offline Retail

Alibaba Buying Intime for $2.6 Billion will Aim to Modernize Offline Retail

By Carrie Ann - Jan 11, 2017

Alibaba Group Holding Ltd. has established itself in the online retail category and also dominates this market. The Chinese e-commerce giant is planning to expand the business in v

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Yahoo Renamed Altaba due to Yahoo Verizon Deal: CEO will Step Down

Yahoo Renamed Altaba due to Yahoo Verizon Deal: CEO will Step Down

By Carrie Ann - Jan 10, 2017

Yahoo is probably one of the initial web portals a majority of the people belonging to this century has used. Not only have this, but a large chunk of people created their e-mail a

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Uber Honda Lawsuit Filed as Car Crash leaves Rider Paralyzed for Life

Uber Honda Lawsuit Filed as Car Crash leaves Rider Paralyzed for Life

By Carrie Ann - Jan 09, 2017

Automobile experts and taxi users are raising questions regarding the safety of autonomous taxis. This seems like a far cry as recently an accident took place in a manually operate

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Volkswagen Sales Rise, Despite Emissions Scandal

Volkswagen Sales Rise, Despite Emissions Scandal

By Anna Domanska - Jan 09, 2017

German automaker Volkswagen Group said Monday it increased sales in 2016, despite the emissions scandal hitting them in 2015. Its sales might have plummeted in the U.S. and Western

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Cost to Put the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal to Rest is $3 Billion and an F.B.I Arrest

Cost to Put the Volkswagen Emissions Scandal to Rest is $3 Billion and an F.B.I Arrest

By Carrie Ann - Jan 07, 2017

In September 2015, the Volkswagen emissions scandal came to light. The automobile company admitted that it had installed secret software dubbed “defeat devices” in 475,000 2.0-

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China’s Renewable Energy to Get a Boost with $361 Billion Fund by 2020

China’s Renewable Energy to Get a Boost with $361 Billion Fund by 2020

By Carrie Ann - Jan 06, 2017

Almost all the countries of the world are working dedicatedly to develop the renewable energy infrastructure. In order to cut down on the expense of fossil fuels and the pollution

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