Kimberly Satiah

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ASX slumps as North Korea rattles markets

"It is a sad indictment that markets have become increasingly desensitised to otherwise disturbing events, but you can't really blame them; the buy …

First drop in banks' interest-only loans since 2009

The contraction came as banks reacted to APRA's order that interest-only lending must make up no more than 30 per cent of new lending by next month, …

What a missile will do to the sharemarket

For all the focus on the profit reporting season over the past few weeks it didn't take long for a global event to have a far greater influence on …

Employers failed to pay $17bn in super since 2009, tax office says

The ATO says it has clawed back $3bn of that money, leaving employees’ super savings short-changed by $14bn<p>Australia’s employers have failed to pay $17bn in super belonging to their employees since 2009, and tax authorities have only been able to detect and claw back $3bn.<p>The Australian Tax Office …

25 Delicious Slow Cooker Recipes for Busy Weeknights — Recipes from The Kitchn

When busy weeks are on the horizon, the very best thing you can do for yourself is to work a slow cooker dinner or two into your meal plan. This …

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One of Our Fundamental Assumptions About Black Holes Was Just Overturned in The Lab

We have a problem.<p>Black holes are the most intense and mysterious cosmic phenomena in the Universe, and new research shows we understand even less …

Trevor Noah Talks to Neil deGrasse Tyson About His Eclipse Comments

Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson is an astrophysicist, an author, a passionate lover of the universe, and, as fans will begrudgingly acknowledge, an …

The Walking Dead

IBM turns to artificial intelligence to solve poverty, hunger, and illiteracy

IBM is channeling its science and tech expertise into tackling some of the world's biggest problems.<p>On Wednesday, the tech giant announced the launch …

US oil firm Halliburton branded ‘obscene’ over unpaid UK internships

Texas-based firm, which reported revenues of $16bn in 2016, posts ad offering full-time roles on unpaid work experience scheme<p>Oil industry company Halliburton has been branded “obscene” for advertising unpaid UK internships, which critics say give an unfair advantage to people from privileged …

Didi Chuxing may cure world of traffic jams, says Tim Cook

Apple CEO Tim Cook had nothing but high praise for Didi Chuxing CEO Jean Liu in an exert he wrote about her for Time magazine.<p>Liu was named one of Time’s 100 most influential people of 2017. Cook, who sits on Didi’s board, was asked to write about Liu and said that her taxi-hailing startup is …

Plastc goes belly up after swiping $9M from backers

Plastc, the card we all wanted in our wallet, is going out of business. The reprogrammable card featured an e-ink display, and stored data from up to 20 other credit cards in an attempt to simplify our cluttered wallets. It was sleek, stylish, and highly-sought after, attracting more than $9 …

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Rachael Leigh Cook recreates “This Is Your Brain On Drugs” as Drug War critique

Rachael Leigh Cook is more than just a talented voice actress, former teen sweetheart, and (perhaps most importantly) the star of verified cult …

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Why the new GST on imported products under $1000 looks like it could become another red tape nightmare for business

The government wants to extend GST to imported online goods under A$1000, effective from 1 July 2017, with Treasurer Scott Morrison stating it will …

Jeju United v Adelaide United: Reds record historic away win to keep ACL hopes alive

ADELAIDE United kept its AFC Champions League dream thriving after an outstanding performance on an island half the size of Kangaroo Island.<p>Adelaide …

Toshiba warns over its survival as it forecasts £7bn losses

Crisis creates concern about future of UK’s Moorside nuclear plant, in which subsidiary Westinghouse is a key player<p>Toshiba, one of the biggest names in consumer electronics, has warned it is facing annual losses of more than £7bn and the future of the company is in doubt as a result of financial …

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Man-made global warming makes droughts and floods more likely

We already know that man-made global warming is bound to affect our planet, but it's hard to connect human activities to specific events. Now a team of Penn State scientists have published a study that says human-caused climate change makes extreme weather conditions such as droughts, heat waves …

Australia Post parcels doing laps of Australia before delivery

"Earlier this year I sent an artwork from Collingwood to South Yarra and it went via western Sydney then Perth then Sunshine [Victoria]. Took …

How Organizations Can Thrive in the Digital Economy

Image courtesy of Korn Ferry.We live in a digital economy: a virtual environment that has changed the rules of doing business and made disruption the norm. It has put customers, not companies, in charge. And it has transformed workforce dynamics as the “born digital” millennials come to prominence …

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Clean up your act on diversity, government tells FTSE companies

Business minister writes to FTSE 350 chiefs echoing calls for businesses to publish breakdown of workforce by pay and race<p>The government has written to the chief executives of the biggest UK-listed companies urging them to improve diversity and echoing a call to publish a breakdown of their …

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Coca-Cola calls in police after human waste is found in cans

Northern Ireland factory halts production after machine became clogged with faeces, though no contaminated drinks reached shelves<p>Coca-Cola has called in police to investigate how human waste turned up in a consignment of its drink cans at one of the company’s factories in Northern Ireland.<p>The …

Western Power's Twitter account among dozens hacked by attackers tweeting in Turkish

Western Australia's power utility has fallen victim to international hackers who posted the Turkish flag to its Twitter account along with an …

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Engineer alleges culture of sexism and discrimination at Tesla

<b>UPDATE Feb. 28, 2017, 4:25 p.m. ET:</b> Tesla responded to a female engineer's decision to speak to <i>The Guardian</i> about her lawsuit against the company and …

Crikey! Australia is Moving Six Feet North So Driverless Cars Can Navigate

Between the jumping, over-sized rats-with-belly-pouches and the penchant for a barely edible substance known as "Vegemite," to some people it may appear that Australia is a bit off. Now steps are being taken to fix it.<p>Starting in 2017, the country's government will move the official longitude and …

Nintendo shares plummet after investors realize it doesn't actually make Pokémon Go

Nintendo shares have skyrocketed since <i>Pokémon Go</i>'s release and instant transformation into global cultural phenomenon, but they fell dramatically today after investors realized that Nintendo doesn't actually make the game. Nintendo put out a statement after the close of trading on Friday pointing …

One of Mark Cuban's best 'Shark Tank' investments works only 5 hours a day

Mark Cuban likes to call Tower Paddle Boards, a San Diego-based company that sells stand up paddle boards, one of his best “Shark Tank” investments …

No food or drinks on long-haul international flights? No problem

For the last few years, cheap, no-frills airfares have become popular for domestic and short-haul flights.<p>After all, fliers who want to save a few bucks can endure a few hours in a cramped airline seat without food, drinks or onboard entertainment.<p>Now air travelers can expect to see more airlines …

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Why Do Humpback Whales Protect Other Species from Killer Whales?

It sounds like something out of a children’s animated film: the whale and the seal, at first put off by their differences, team up and become best …

America's Only Humor Site

Sometimes it’s the smallest details that turn out to be the most insane to get right.<p>59<p>By CRACKED Readers<br>• /<br>• May 28, 2018<p>Let's talk about olive oil, …