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The man who bought the world

As teenage boys, we used to play the board game Risk. It's about world domination (in France it's called “La Conquête du Monde”), and the winner is usually the one who takes over the most valuable countries.

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The Most Stressful Jobs of 2015

The most stressful jobs of 2015 can be physically dangerous, psychologically taxing—and a great match for those with the passion and drive necessary to succeed in such an environment.

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The Nepal quake moved Everest

The 7.8 magnitude quake the happened in Nepal a few months ago (in April) not only left the country devastated with serious problems but at the same time, it seems that it had a much larger impact to the world than one could imagine.

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The Smartest Ways to get social at a Party

Some people enter a room of strangers and glide along from one lively conversation to another, uncovering golden new business contacts.

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United Airlines gives away free tickets to hackers

Being a hacker is on its own illegal since hackers by definition steal personal information from people’s computers whether those people are individuals or part of an international big company.

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The most powerful microprocessor

The American IT company IBM announced that after a research of an international research consortium, on which the same company is in charge, the creation of a computer microprocessor (chip) has been achieved.

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The World's 400 Richest People Lost $124 Billion This Week Due's To China's Markets Break

Billionaires in India and China were among the worst hit by Monday’s stock market crash. According to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, Chinese billionaires lost more than $14 billion or 6% of their collective net worth.

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UberPop banned by German court

The Frankfurt Regional Court has issued a nationwide ban against Uber ride-hailing service UberPop, declaring its business model illegal. UberPop is a service operated by Uber that connects users of its smartphone app with private drivers who offer rides in their own cars for fees that are substantially lower than regular taxi fares.

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US reaches economic cybersecurity agreement with China

China's pledge to help crack down on hackers who steal commercial secrets from the United States, even coming as it did amid a bit of arm-twisting by President Barack Obama, is a big breakthrough that could reduce U.S.-China tensions and end huge losses for American companies.

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Verizon ready to test 5G

Verizon is getting ready to kick its wireless network up another notch. The nation's largest wireless carrier will begin field trials on so-called fifth-generation, or 5G, technology within the next 12 months, Roger Gurnani, chief information and technology architect for Verizon, said in an interview last week.