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Sunday, Jul 15

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WATCH: Theresa May's sucker punch to Donald Trump's explosive, undiplomatic remarks

May revealed with an amused expression: "He told me I should sue the EU."

Thursday, Jul 12

19

Amazon will sell more online than everyone else In the U.S. combined next year

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Amazon's market share will increase 15 percentage points from 2016 to 2019.

17

Giant Trump baby blimp: Why humour is such a powerful form of protest

An inflatable "baby" Donald Trump is expected to be the star attraction in London as protesters take to the streets to oppose the visit of divisive US president.

US inflation eats into Trump tax cut as prices hit six year high

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Prices rose in June lifted by more expensive gas, car insurance, and higher rent.

15

An Apple entertainment bundle makes a lot of sense

Apple is working to bolster non-iPhone sources of revenue.

06

Comcast, Fox both raise bids as they reach for Sky

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Comcast's new bid translates to 14.75 pounds per share, or 18 percent more than its original offer.

Wednesday, Jul 11

07

U.S. proposes tariffs on $200 billion more in Chinese imports

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The Office of the U.S. Trade Representative proposed 10 percent tariffs Tuesday on a list of 6,031 Chinese product lines.

Tuesday, Jul 10

17

How Apple's app store changed our world

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It is a mere ten years since the opened a store peddling iPhone apps launching a new way of living and doing business.

16

Thailand cave rescue:Trapped boys given anti-anxiety drug for dangerous dive

Donald Trump congratulates Thailand rescuers as 12 boys and coach are all freed from flooded caves.

08

Uber to invest in Lime, offer electric scooters on its app

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The ride-hailing company said Monday that it is investing in Lime, a startup based in San Mateo, California.

07

May names Jeremy Hunt as foreign secretary

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May's government was rocked Monday by the resignations of Boris Johnson and Brexit Secretary David Davis who quit amid divisions in the government over Brexit.

Monday, Jul 9

18

England fans sing 'football's coming home' – but where is 'home' really?

The idea of the World Cup "coming home" has decidedly shaky historical roots.

17

Boris Johnson resigns as epic Brexit political crisis engulfs Theresa May

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A leader of the campaign to take Britain out of the European Union, Johnson was under pressure to act after the resignation of David Davis as Brexit secretary.

16

Starbucks ditch plastic straws as ocean pollution becomes corporate priority

Straws add up to only 2,000 tons of the nearly 9 million tons of plastic waste that ends up in waters around the globe each year.

13

Man versus robot: Three ways humans can thrive in tomorrow's workplace

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There are broad areas of human skills that artificial intelligence cannot replicate.

07

David Davis quits as Brexit secretary in blow to May

Davis' departure could embolden Brexit-supporting Conservative lawmakers to challenge Prime Minister Theresa May's leadership.

06

4 boys rescued from Thai cave in risky operation; 5 remain trapped

Rescue efforts resumed Monday at a Thai cave where eight boys and their soccer coach remained trapped.

Saturday, Jul 7

14

May claims victory as UK weighs up her 'soft Brexit' plan

Britain's prime minister presents her solution to the seemingly intractable problems of Brexit.

Friday, Jul 6

Thai cave boys: the psychology of surviving underground

The boys and their coach managed to stay both physically and psychologically healthy during the nine long days they spent waiting in the dark.

13

Airbus CEO Tom Enders: Theresa May's government is 'clueless' on Brexit

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Aviation giant Airbus doubles down on Brexit warning to UK.

09

China warns of 'counterattack' as Trump's trade tariffs imposed

Official newspaper China Daily accused the Trump administration of "behaving like a gang of hoodlums".

Thursday, Jul 5

20

Why sales enablement isn't working (and how to fix it)

How to make your sales force more effective in challenging times.

06

China's HNA Group chairman Wang dies in accident in France

Wang Jian, a co-founder of the company, suffered "severe injuries" in a fall in Provence in southern France and died Tuesday at age 57.

Wednesday, Jul 4

18

UK couple were exposed to same nerve agent as ex-spy Skripal

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The couple found unconscious in the town of Amesbury were exposed to nerve agent Novichok, the same material used to poison a former Russian spy in a nearby area last spring.

15

India: WhatsApp under pressure to prevent misuse after spate of mob lynchings

Twenty people falsely accused of child abduction killed in rural villages by mobs that had been inflamed by social media.

14

Donald Trump wanted to invade Venezuela

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Trump alarmed friends and foes alike with talk of a "military option" to remove left-wing President Nicolas Maduro.

Tuesday, Jul 3

19

Iran's Grand Bazaar: once a hotbed of revolution, now a conservative power base

The bazaar is typically cited as a barometer for the socio-economic and political situation in Iran.

14

Thailand cave rescue: 13 boys could be trapped for months in flooded caves

British divers discover lost football team after 10 days trapped in complex cave system.

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Can the bond between France and Germany keep the rest of the EU united?

A renewed bilateral Franco-German bond is a necessary condition to counter the centrifugal forces currently testing the European Union.

Former Malaysian PM Najib Razak arrested for looting 1MDB state investment fund

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Najib's arrest comes nearly two months after his coalition's stunning rejection by Malaysia's voters.