Tougher to discuss gender issues in Asia, but businesses should still try

Despite a higher level of awareness about gender equity, women today still are battling challenges to stay in the workforce and let down by boardroom inertia -- a reality that may be particularly stark in Asia, where underlying cultural and societal expectations remain.

Lady Gaga dog walker Ryan Fischer 'had to have part of his lung removed'

Ryan Fischer was shot in the chest as he walked the star's three French bulldogs in February.

Australian telcos have blocked over 55 million scam calls since December

Less than four months since the scam call blocking code was registered, millions of calls have been stopped in Australia.

Apple expands independent repair provider program globally

Under the expanded program, independent repair providers will have access to genuine Apple parts, tools, repair manuals, and diagnostics for out-of-warranty repairs.

Nike sues over 'Satan Shoes' with human blood

Nike sues an art collective over its 'Satan Shoes', produced in collaboration with rapper Lil Nas X.

Hong Kong: China to pass 'patriot' electoral reforms

The changes aim to only have "patriots" in office in Hong Kong but critics warn it will stifle dissent.

Xiaomi's latest flagship smartphone has an AMOLED selfie viewfinder

The Mi 11 Ultra has an AMOLED rear display that can be used as a selfie viewfinder, an always-on display, or a notification window.

'I catch rats for a living and couldn’t be happier'

How to work your way to happiness, and break that daily grind.

How bees and drones team up to find landmines

Drones are being used to track bees that have been trained to sense chemicals in landmines.

Is this the future for international business deals?

A new facility has opened in Singapore where business people hold meetings in glass "bubbles".

Photographing the "endless diversity" of America by streetlight

Photographer Daniel Freeman travelled across the US to capture striking night-time shots.

Hong Kong: What is China's 'patriot' plan for electoral reform?

Aiming to tighten control over Hong Kong, China wants only "patriots" to run for office.

FTC drops antitrust case against Qualcomm

The agency will not take its case to the Supreme Court, citing "significant headwinds."

FTC drops antitrust case against Qualcomm

The agency will not take its case to the Supreme Court, citing "significant headwinds."

Long Covid: 'It's like someone has piled sandbags on top of me'

A year on since 29-year-old Reece caught coronavirus, what he imagined would be a mild infection changed his life beyond recognition.

Derek Chauvin trial: George Floyd 'slowly fading away' during police arrest

Witness tells of last moments of George Floyd's life at the trial of the officer accused of killing him.

ACCC gives NAB tick of approval to acquire 86 400

NAB's acquisition of 86 400 is expected to cost the bank AU$220 million.

Australia's Treasury kicks off work to replace foreign investment management system

The Department of Treasury wants to replace the existing platform that requires 'significant manual effort' to run.

George Floyd: Americans react to Day One of the Chauvin trial

A black political hopeful, a Minnesota resident and a retired officer share their thoughts.

Jake Paul looks to knock out the venture capital world with Anti Fund

During every economic boom, there are startup investors who appear on the scene from new corners. Some churn out; others earn the respect of the old guard over time.

Uganda climate change: The people under threat from a melting glacier

A glacier in western Uganda is disappearing, endangering the traditions of those who live nearby.

Keeping score on UK-EU relations since Brexit

Despite promises to work together, it has been far from plain sailing between the UK and the EU since Brexit.

Abortion in Italy: 'I found a grave with my name on it'

Women in Italy who had an abortion or miscarriage have discovered the fetus had been given a religious burial in a grave marked with the mother's name, without their consent.

Osaka extends winning streak to reach Miami quarters

Japan's Naomi Osaka extends her winning streak to a 23rd match as she moves into the Miami Open quarter-finals for the first time.

Covid-19: CDC head warns of 'impending doom' in US

Cases and deaths are rising as US officials warned the struggle to end the pandemic is not over.

10 Best Camping Tables for Any Outdoor Adventure

When it comes to serving food or storing gear, nothing beats the convenience of a portable camping table.

Barca favourites for Aguero but facing competition - Tuesday's gossip

Paris St-Germain and Barcelona are among the clubs lining up to sign Sergio Aguero, while Daniel Sturridge is set for a move to the US, plus more.

Jofra Archer: England bowler has surgery on right hand after fish tank accident

England fast bowler Jofra Archer has surgery on his right hand after cutting himself while cleaning a fish tank.

Ghislaine Maxwell: Fourth alleged victim added to charges

The ex-girlfriend of sex offender Jeffrey Epstein is charged with trafficking a fourth underage girl.

ABB and AWS team up to create an EV fleet management platform

Swiss automation and technology company ABB has announced a collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to create a cloud-based EV fleet management platform that it hopes will hasten the electrification of fleets. The platform, which the company says will help operators maintain business continuity as they switch to electric, will roll out in the second half of 2021.

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