A phone’s touchscreen sensors can track where and how you swipe your device to help determine who you are.
Rohingya refugees arriving in Bangladesh last year from Myanmar, where advocacy groups have criticized Facebook’s approach to hate speech. In an email, Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook’s chief executive, told the groups: “I apologize for not being sufficiently clear about the important role that your organizations play in helping us understand and respond to Myanmar-related issues.”
A client viewing an apartment priced at $160,000 in a Moscow complex whose developer went bankrupt. Russians may hesitate to move for job opportunities because of the difficulties in buying and selling homes.
The Federal Reserve said big banks are strong enough to withstand an economic downturn and can reward shareholders.
A transparent sheet of polished diamond used in high-powered lasers. The market for synthetic diamonds has been growing in recent years as costs have fallen and quality has improved.
Selma Bouvier, one of Marge Simpson’s sisters and a prolific smoker on “The Simpsons.” The animated show and other Fox properties are expected to soon be part of the Disney empire, which frowns on depictions of smoking.
A Gazprom facility in Siberia, Russia. The company accepted measures to assure the free flow of gas among European member states, clearing barriers that allowed Gazprom to charge higher prices.
William Gillen oversees the design and development of recipes for LSG Sky Chefs, a Lufthansa subsidiary that prepares meals for about 300 airlines.
“Indianapolis has done what may be the best urban redevelopment I’ve seen in this country,” said Bob Stutz, chief executive of Salesforce.com’s Marketing Cloud, which is based in the city.
The offices of Northern & Shell, the publisher of The Daily Express, in London.
Apple said Tuesday that it had acquired the television rights to “Losing Earth,” a feature article that filled an entire recent issue of The New York Times Magazine.
A factory in Assisi, Italy, run by IRON, which makes industrial steel parts. “We depend on access to a global market,” the company’s commercial director, Claudio Capponi, said. “It’s the uncertainty that is driving us mad.”
Today there are around 101 robots for every 10,000 workers. And more machines are coming as companies try to improve productivity, tilting them toward levels in countries like Germany, which averages 309 robots per 10,000 workers, the most in Europe.
California lawmakers are debating whether to protect investor-owned utilities from liability in wildfires like the deadly Camp Fire.
Rebecca Wills had hoped to have a sizable nest egg by now to put toward buying a home, but instead she has had to grapple with $60,000 in student loans.
Carlos Martinez says his military experience has helped him learn to cope with disasters. He manages large loss projects for Paul Davis Restoration in Milwaukee.
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