(Reuters) – Uber Technologies Inc [UBER.UL] said its head of finance is leaving, and the privately held ride-hailing company also said that its first-quarter loss narrowed substantially from the prior quarter, putting it on a path toward profitability…. Continue Reading
You can be LeBron James. You can be an all-time great at your profession, and a man idolized by millions. You can be a role model and a gentlemen and a champion and a millionaire many, many times over.
But you’re still a black man in America, and that can be tough.
This was illustrated to grotesque effect on Wednesday. A day before James and the Cleveland Cavaliers were set to take on the Golden State Warriors in the NBA Finals, a racial slur was spray-painted on house James owns in Los Angeles.
Addressing reporters Wednesday afternoon, James appeared somber and clearly affected by the incident police were reportedly investigating as a hate crime. But he also addressed the bigger picture head-on. Read more…
May 31 (Reuters) – Uber Technologies Inc said its
head of finance is leaving, and the privately held ride-hailing
company also said that its first-quarter loss narrowed
substantially from the prior quarter, putting it on a path
Now you can easily explore the world’s best museums from your couch.
Google launched a new experience for searching art work from museums, the company announced Wednesday in a blog post.
“Starting today, when you search for art-related things, you’ll have access to more relevant results and the ability to dive deeper into topics of interest,” wrote Google, which says it gets 500 million art-related searches each month.
The project is a collaboration between Google’s Arts & Culture, Search, and Maps teams. Searching for an artist now leads to an interactive result that allow you to see collections of the artist’s work or scroll through museums to view the paintings on the wall. Some of the pieces also include high-resolution images. Read more…
WASHINGTON, May 31 (Reuters) – U.S. President Donald Trump
talked trade with Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc
during a White House visit on Wednesday and welcomed the signing
of business deals worth billions of dollars and the jobs they
would… Continue Reading
BBC Radio insists that it isn’t a ban. But somehow, ‘Liar Liar GE2017’ is the first chart-topping track to be blocked from BBC’s airwaves. Guess the revolution won’t be broadcast, after all. Despite soaring to the top of multiple digital charts, BBC Radio is refusing to play an anti-Theresa May protest song. Other British radio […]
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Former Olympic medallist Kong Linghui is being sued in Hong Kong by the Marina Bay Sands resort, the SMCP reports. Continue Reading
June 1 (Reuters) – The following are the top stories on the
business pages of British newspapers. Reuters has not verified
these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Reddi-wip whipped cream owner Conagra Brands has approached Pinnacle Foods to express interest in an acquisition, Reuters sources said. Continue Reading