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'Quite honestly, if I look at the pictures from the drone crash on the Internet, I get sweaty palms and tremble,' wrote Marcel Hirscher in a blog post.
The online retailer has been holding talks with air-cargo companies to lease airplanes, and is seeking to lower its costs and reliance on delivery partners like UPS.
U.S. authorities say Dotcom and three co-accused Megaupload executives encouraged paying users to store and share copyrighted material.
In 2013, 70 percent of Americans had home broadband, according to a Pew study of more than 6,000 American adults. This year, only 67 percent did.
Major carriers such as American and Delta are seeking to compete with the growing popularity of budget airlines Spirit, Frontier and Allegiant.
The company's offer is a statement about congestion in Silicon Valley and the shortcomings of remote workers.
The burrito chain just can't catch a break.
The world's largest food maker said it uses about 20 million pounds of eggs annually.
The investigations follow complaints filed by two former Theranos employees, casting even greater doubt upon the honesty and accuracy of the $9 billion blood test startup.
The chief executive dismissed the notion that the tech giant was avoiding taxes as 'total political crap.'
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The poster boy for prescription drug price increases was arrested on securities fraud charges this week.
Company looking into taking on Walmart, Apple, Samsung and Android in the mobile payments space, according to reports.
Grooming brand says competitor infringed on a 2004 patent involving a 'chromium-containing overcoat layer.'
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