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  • Brexit: EU 'wants to know what UK wants'

    European leaders say Britain needs to clarify what sort of Brexit it can agree to after rejecting the Withdrawal Agreement.

    www.bbc.co.uk
  • DBS banks on data to know what customers want before they themselves know

    DBS Bank is hoping to be more pre-emptive in meeting its customers' needs, as the Singapore bank focuses its attention on building a data platform and beefing up its capabilities in data analytics and artificial intelligence.

    ZDNet
  • Babies wanted: Nordic countries crying for kids

    “Norway needs more children! I don’t think I need to tell anyone how this is done,” Norway’s prime minister said cheekily, but she was raising a real concern. Too few babies are being born in the Nordic region. The Nordic countries were long a bastion of strong fertility rates on an Old Continent that is rapidly getting older. But they are now experiencing a decline that threatens their cherished welfare model, which is funded by

    Raw Story
  • Babies wanted: Nordic countries crying for kids...

    Oslo (AFP) - "Norway needs more children! I don't think I need to tell anyone how this is done," Norway's prime minister said cheekily, but she was raising a real concern. Too few babies are being born in the Nordic region. The Nordic countries were long a bastion of strong fertility

    @YahooFinance
  • Steve Zahn Wants to Be That Guy You Know From That Thing

    The 'Valley of the Boom' actor is the best part of every project he's in.

    GQ
  • Sony really wants you to know it's not a tech company

    Spider-Man, The Chainsmokers, James Cameron and Pharrell Williams. That's most of what I remember from Sony's press event at CES last night. Despite announcing new (giant!) TVs, headphones with Alexa and a wireless turntable, its 45-minute media bri

    Engadget
  • Everything you need (and want) to know about the NFL playoffs

    Football lovers, welcome to the holiest time of the season: The NFL playoffs. Over the next few weeks, the 12 postseason teams will slowly be whittled down to two, culminating in that most sacred of events on February 3: The big, long Super Bowl commercial with a football game squeezed in between. Whether you're stocking up on buffalo wings and Imodium in preparation for a playoff binge, or are just reluctantly accompanying someone who is, here's everything you need to know about the postseason...

    WPLG