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Payments and collections
Officials believe a revamped system would ultimately cut down on the losses the city incurs each year from unpaid violations.
In previous years, the billionaire has learned Mandarin, worn a tie to work every day and only eaten animals he personally slaughtered.
Aktarer Zaman's startup, Skiplagged, aims to popularize 'hidden city' ticketing, in which passengers disembark at their layover destinations.
Experts noted that comparable outages would likely continue in the future.
Disruptions to Google's services in China began last June, coinciding with the 25th anniversary of the massacre at Tiananmen Square.
News and trends
The heart emoji appears billions of times per day across blogs, Twitter, Facebook and major news outlets, according to a study by the Global Language Monitor, an Austin-based analytics firm.
The battle against Airbnb in New York City rages onward.
Shoppers can now cash in gift cards from roughly 200 retailers, airlines and restaurants in exchange for a Walmart card.
Of the many stories we published this year about habit optimization, the most resonant seemed to focus on cultivating creativity and developing healthy sleeping habits.
Achieving financial security was more important to respondents than building stronger relationships, cultivating meaning and purpose, and having more time in the day.
Etihad Airways reveals the first passenger to purchase 'the most exclusive ticket in aviation history.'
An Australian travel company called Flight Centre may take the cake for 2015's most over-the-top holiday party yet.
Gates' gift-giving style is notably consistent and also far less ostentatious than one might expect from one of the richest men on Earth.
'I'll try to be on my best behavior,' reads a letter to passengers written by 1-year-old Madeline's mom and dad, 'but I'd like to apologize in advance if I lose my cool, get scared or my ears hurt.'
Entitled WIPALL, it also likely festered within the company's computers for months before wiping out all data and crashing the system within a matter of minutes.