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Airbus is reportedly planning to reveal a futuristic concept car that can be picked up by a drone

The aircraft manufacturer will reveal that car with Italdesign, a design and engineering company, at the Geneva Auto Show that kicks of March 9, according to the Automotive News report. Airbus and Italdesign declined to comment on the report to Business Insider.<p>Sources told Automotive News that the …

Letgo raises $175 million for its used goods marketplace

With a pitch for its users to just let go of the things they no longer need, the online used goods marketplace letgo has managed to grab on to $175 million in new financing.<p>Since its launch in 2015, the would-be Craigslist killer has raised at least $325 million to tackle the U.S. market.<p>It’s been …

Deutsche Bank, HSBC, and five other big banks are collaborating on a blockchain project

Deutsche Bank, HSBC, KBC, Natixis, Rabobank, Société Générale and UniCredit have all signed up to a Memorandum of Understanding, signalling that they will work together to develop and commercialize a new product called Digital Trade Chain (DTC). All the banks participating in the DTC project are …

Critics believe president’s intolerant approach to civil society may have fostered conditions in which atrocity was possible<p>Turkey’s strongman president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, rarely goes on the defensive. Yet in his first public appearance since the New Year’s Eve massacre in an Istanbul …

Human Rights

27 High-Protein Breakfasts for When You're Sick of Just Eggs

British manufactured cluster bombs have been used in Yemen by Saudi Arabia, Michael Fallon admits

Michael Fallon has confirmed British-made cluster bombs have been used by Saudi Arabian forces in the current Yemen conflict.<p>The admission by the …

Middle East

27 things you should do on your first day of work

"Most of us remember our first days at every job because of the heightened pressure to impress," says Lynn Taylor, a national workplace expert and the author of "Tame Your Terrible Office Tyrant: How to Manage Childish Boss Behavior and Thrive in Your Job." "But you can reduce your anxiety by being …

Ottoman prince visits former realm to spread laughter

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - It's not every day Turkish comedy fans get to laugh at a descendant of the sultan.<p>"I've got this fancy title but don't have the riches," said Naz Osmanoglu, a British comedian and member of Turkey's former ruling family, at his first-ever gig in Turkey last week.<p>"My granddad …

Economists never imagined negative interest rates — now they're rewriting textbooks

In 1983, when Frederic Mishkin started writing "The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets," his seminal textbook on macroeconomics, he never thought he'd devote much space to the idea of negative interest rates.<p>"A million years no," Mishkin told Business Insider.<p>Negative rates were seen …

Save Yourself With These Life Hacks In London

Are you making the most of life in London? The day-to-day grind can be fast paced, demanding and expensive, but with these London life hacks you can …

England

Christine Lagarde backs Bank of England governor’s claim that Britain could enter recession after vote to leave EU<p>A vote to leave the EU next month could precipitate a stock market crash and steep fall in house prices, the International Monetary Fund has warned.<p>Christine Lagarde, the IMF managing …

Economics

1987 All Over Again?

So far in 2016, markets across the world are plunging and forecasting a global recession and bear market for stocks. The broad based selling and bearish action we are seeing across a slew of asset classes tells us the long 6.75 year bull market for stocks is over and we are in the early stages of a …

Stock Markets

Want to Build a Big National Brand? Here's Advice From a Founder Who's Done It Twice. | Inc.com

<i>(This post is part of a series about the founders of some great American brands. You may want to check out previous posts about the founder of Dunkin' Donuts, and the founder of Under Armour. Got a suggestion about which company I should do next? Contact me here.)</i><p>Ron Shaich was a college student in …

Entrepreneurship

Portable Travel Drones: Forget The Selfie, Welcome To The Dronie

The luxury traveler is now adding a new toy to their luggage, the portable and packable personal drone. Gadget lovers and selfie fans are quickly making the Drone market explode and by the end of this year it will have replaced the prehistoric selfie stick with something breathtaking and …

Drones

'Voices Within The Music': A Brief History Of Guitar Effects

Musicians, it seems, have always wanted to alter the sounds of their instruments. Over the course of centuries, strings have been added to guitars for a fuller sound. The composition of those strings has changed from animal gut to steel to plastic, each with their own unique sounds. Drummers have …

The World's Largest Consumer Products Company Is Streamlining Its Business

Procter & Gamble's corporate headquarters is seen in Cincinnati, Ohio, January 28, 2005. [P & G anno.. Thomson Reuters<p>LONDON (Reuters) - Procter & Gamble Co <pg.n> is working with Goldman Sachs <gs.n> to explore the sale of its hair care business Wella that could be worth around $7 billion, as the …

The 13 Best Custom iPhones Money Can Buy

These days the real way to show off is with a custom iPhone.<p>Custom iPhones are a great way to express your personality.<p>They also tend to cost more, if that's of concern to you.<p>We've rounded up the best custom iPhones so you'll know what to ask to ask for during the holidays.

The Steve Jobs guide to manipulating people & getting what you want

Steve Jobs didn’t launch two of the most valuable companies in modern times by following the rules all the time.<p>Jobs faced many obstacles to get Apple, and later Pixar, off the ground. But Jobs had a unique way of crafting his own reality, a “distortion field” that could persuade people that his …