Drones take flight for businesses that can navigate red tape


Sarah Gordon January 10, 2018 Supper dropped automatically at your door; construction sites monitored by machines; oil and gas pipelines inspected and buildings cleaned from the air; automated crop fertilisation. This is the world which drone enthusiasts say we will inhabit in the not-too-distant future. It is a vision on which some companies are betting big. On Monday PwC, the ...

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The Art of Matching Beer With Desserts


Whatever you are eating, there is probably a perfect beer to go with it. Despite its success as a versatile beverage, beer struggles to conquer the world of desserts. The question is: Should it? And if so, how should you approach this potentially exquisite combination? How to pair beer and dessert? To get you acquainted, we had a chat with ...

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White House confirms Trump to attend Davos gathering, synonymous with wealth and power


President Trump watches the NCAA football championship game Monday in Atlanta. (Andrew Harnik/AP) President Trump will address the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, later this month, the White House said Tuesday. The surprise engagement, first reported by the New York Times, will place Trump among many of the world’s richest and most influential leaders in government, business and foreign policy. The ...

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6 DIY Ways to Create Your Own Porg Infestation


Porgs, the latest adorable thing from Star Wars: The Last Jedi, are everywhere. They’re filling my Facebook stream, toppling my Twitter, and overflowing YouTube. You may say your sick of them and be shouting all over social media that they’re nothing more than a corporate ploy to sell a toy, but we know that you secretly find them adorable. What ...

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The Haunting History of Horoscopes


No one is completely certain when horoscopes first came into being. Some scholars credit the ancient Egyptians with creating the first zodiac, but most people believe astrology originated in the ancient Babylonian empire. The astrological charts this powerful Middle Eastern society created enabled them to track and predict the recurrence of celestial events and the recurrence ...

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5 (Subtle) Signs Your Mother Is a Covert Narcissist


After all — It is all about her, not you. Not every narcissistic mother fits the fading movie star image — braggadocious and vain saying, “I’m ready for my close up Mr. DeMille.” Because women have been socialized to appear accommodating and self-effacing, these learned behaviors could obscure an underlying narcissistic personality disorder. Mom might be the helicoptering PTA president, squeaky-clean Sunday ...

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Live Nation Sued by Fans Allegedly Injured at Future Concert During Stampede


Live Nation Sued by Fans Allegedly Injured at Future Concert … During Stampede 1/4/2018 12:30 AM PST EXCLUSIVE A couple fans claim they got jacked up from an alleged stampede at a Future concert last year, and say the rapper and Live Nation are responsible … so they’re suing.   Catrina Washington and Shauntay Harris filed separate lawsuits against Live Nation ...

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Vladimir Mukhin: 'We Will Build the Future of Russian Cuisine'


The second IKRA international gastronomic festival sponsored by S.Pellegrino and Acqua Panna will take place in Sochi, Russia, from 31 January to 4 February 2018. Designed to promote Russian gastronomy and gastro-tourism, the event will feature a host of big name Russian and international chefs who will be gathering at the Black Sea resort for a series of workshops, dinners ...

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GoPro considers sale as revenues plunge


Image copyright Getty Images Image caption GoPro chief Nick Woodman when the firm listed in 2014 Camera-maker GoPro is reported to be considering a sale after suffering a steep decline in holiday sales. “If there are opportunities for us to unite with a bigger parent company to scale GoPro even bigger, that is something that we would look at,” GoPro ...

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The Most Common Tax Mistakes Made


The tax codes are just too complicated for the average person. It can be intimidating, and lead to mistakes that could be avoidable if we had a clue what they mean. The IRS enforces tax laws that are thousands of pages long! There is a nonpartisan group educating the public on tax policy since 1937. The Tax Foundation is an ...

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