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China's Ready to Rumble

Over the past two months, as China’s maritime disputes with Japan, the Philippines, and Vietnam have escalated, most foreign observers and American …

19 Reasons Why This Is An Excellent Resume

Recruiters spend an average of six seconds reviewing a resume before they make the initial decision on candidates, according to research conducted by TheLadders, an online job-matching service for professionals. That means you have to win them over fast.<p>To get a better idea of what makes a resume …

How to Build Wealth

Building your wealth is almost every person's dream. After years of hard work and toil, you want something to show for it. But how do you set aside …

26 Sexist Ads Of The 'Mad Men' Era That Companies Wish We'd Forget

The rampant sexism in "Mad Men" was typical of the 1960s, when the outlook for women in America was just beginning to change. While the "second wave" of feminism began in the '60s, mainstream America was still very much a "man's world."<p>That attitude carried over into advertising, which did little …

Asia tensions simmer as Obama set to arrive in Tokyo | Reuters

TOKYO (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama arrives in a tense Asian region on Wednesday, faced with the delicate task of assuring Japan and other regional allies of America’s commitment to their defense without hurting Washington’s vital ties with a rising China.<p>U.S. President Barack Obama …

China seizes Japanese cargo ship over pre-war debt

<b>China's seizure of a Japanese cargo ship over a pre-war debt could hit business ties, Japan's top government spokesman has warned.</b><p>Shanghai Maritime Court said it had seized the Baosteel Emotion, owned by Mitsui OSK Lines, on Saturday.<p>It said the seizure related to unpaid compensation for two …

Former British PM Brown steps up bid to keep Scotland in UK | Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) - Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown is stepping up his efforts to stop Scotland leaving the United Kingdom as opinion polls show growing support for independence.<p>Former British Prime Minister Gordon Brown speaks during a session of the World Economic Forum Africa meeting …

Venezuelans Protest for 'Resurrection of Democracy'

Hundreds of protesters rallied on Sunday to demand the "resurrection" of Venezuelan democracy while effigies of both President Nicolas Maduro and opposition leaders were paraded for burning in a local Easter Day tradition.<p>Though millions of Venezuelans have headed for Caribbean beaches and family …

Obama trip stirs emotions over TPP

President Barack Obama’s abilities as negotiator-in-chief for the United States will be put to the test this week on a trip to Asia that could set the stage for the conclusion of a huge new free-trade agreement. But the deal faces even more hurdles at home because of opposition from fellow …

Canadian, World, Politics and Business News & Analysis

Lack of Civility is Destroying Washington D.C.

From ‘un-American’ slander to shouting like a teenager at the leader of the free world, politicians on both parties are misrepresenting our …

Another Japanese Minister Visited A Controversial WWII Shrine, And China Is Angry

China, as well as South Korea, has repeatedly expressed anger in the past over Japanese politicians' visits to the Yasukuni Shrine, where Japanese leaders convicted as war criminals by an Allied tribunal after World War Two are honored along with those who died in battle.<p>China's foreign ministry …

Iran's Culture Wars: Who's Winning These Days?

In Iran, hardline critics are waging a campaign against President Hassan Rouhani to limit his campaign pledge of opening Iran to more social and cultural freedoms.<p>The "culture wars" are as old as the Islamic revolution that swept conservative clerics to power more than three decades ago. The latest …

N Korea: Not so 'Stalinist' after all | North Korea

The international media loves to describe North Korea as the "world's last Stalinist country", or as a "communist dictatorship". Both descriptions are not completely off the mark, but seriously misleading nonetheless.<p>It is often overlooked that the last 20 years in North Korea were a time when …

The 20 photographs of the week

The best photography in news, culture and sport from around the world this week

10 Habits Of Highly Creative People

Writers' block? Go take a nap.<p>Composer Erik Satie walked roughly 10 kilometers from Arcueil to Paris every morning. Saul Bellow rode his mountain bike. Novelist Haruki Murakami keeps a famously intense running schedule, which he described in the <i>Paris Review</i>:<p><b>Whether it lets the mind wander, improves</b> …

Google exec: We never copied iPhone features for Android

SAN JOSE, Calif. -- Google engineers have never copied Apple's iPhone features for use in Android, an executive from the software giant said Friday during testimony in the Apple v. Samsung patent-infringement trial.<p>Hiroshi Lockheimer, Google vice president of Android, walked the jury through early …

iPhone 5

Congratulations Graduate! Eleven Reasons Why I Will Never Hire You.

Over the past 20 years, I’ve been in hiring roles and have received thousands of resumes from new college graduates. I’ve interviewed many for real jobs and done my share of informational interviews. Sometimes I’ve hired people into entry-level positions. More often though, I haven’t.<p>Those who did …

Bill Nye Wins Over the Science Crowd at Evolution Debate

Some scientists were skeptical that Bill Nye the Science Guy, who made his name as the host of a TV show for children, could hold his own in Tuesday's debate over evolution and creationism — but now that it's over, his performance has won praise from those skeptics, and perhaps some respect from …

Critical Thinking

Read Satya Nadella's first letter to employees as Microsoft's CEO

CEO calls for focus as he warns that "our industry does not respect tradition — it only respects innovation."<p>It's official, Satya Nadella is Microsoft's next CEO, and on his first day on the job he's sent a letter to the whole staff. In the letter, Nadella speaks of what he thinks makes Microsoft a …

The 2014 Sony World Photography Awards

The Sony World Photography Awards, an annual competition hosted by the World Photography Organisation, has recently announced its shortlist of winners. This year's contest attracted more than 140,000 entries from 166 countries. The organizers have been kind enough to share some of their shortlisted …

Mount Sinabung's deadly eruption - Telegraph

Natural Disasters

North Korea calls Japanese PM 'Asian Hitler'

North Korea repeatedly harangues Japan over its failure to atone for its 1910-45 occupation of the Korean peninsula<p>North Korea has denounced Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as an "Asian Hitler" intent on amassing military power under the guise of ensuring regional stability.<p>The attack in an …

Bitcoin's Legality Around The World

Last November, the U.S. Senate dove head-first into the world of Bitcoin, prompted by Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Tom Carper, a Democratic senator from Delaware who has become very interested in the digital coin. Representatives from law enforcement and financial agencies …

Here Are 24 Countries Where Windows Phone Outsells The iPhone (And Why It Does)

Statistics may say Windows 8 is a flop but, contrary to popular opinion, Windows Phone is far from down and out in the battle for our mobile affections. In fact in many parts of the world sales are rocketing past the iPhone.<p>This month Microsoft broke these areas down country by country and …

China 2014 Forecast: Cloudy

In 2014, China is going to have to do something it hasn’t done for a long time – generate growth from something other than fixed asset investment. Will it succeed? Well, the jury is still out.<p>Analysts are starkly divided on China’s 2014 prospects. Deutsche Bank is the most bullish, expecting GDP …

Malaysian fast-food restaurants face foreign worker ban

http://vod-pro-ww-live.akamaized.net/mps_h264_hi/public/news/business/1043000/1043703_h264_1500k.mp4?__gda__=1524653460_75e4f92f8580db2093f1290be1591247<p><b>Inside a shopping mall built like an Egyptian pyramid in Malaysia's Selangor state, Durga Dasadursarumagar cleans tables at the US burger chain</b> …

How social media amplifies – for better or worse

"The amplification is extraordinary and very cost-effective," said IBM marketing VP Caroline Taylor when The Guardian asked her how her company uses social media.<p>She is right, but the same community that one day propagates a carefully prepared marketing message can also work against you, as …