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‘I never plan to fly on it’: Workers reportedly recount poor practices at a Boeing factory in South Carolina that could spell trouble for Dreamliner plane

After two tragic crashes that led to the widespread grounding of Boeing’s 737 MAX airplanes, The New York Times reports that issues at a South Carolina factory could mean problems for the company’s 787 Dreamliner plane as well. The Times report includes several instances of potentially dangerous debris left on planes built at the factory,…


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Inside Shopify’s vision of an e-commerce system to rival Amazon

Los Angeles — Shopify Inc. has a place in downtown Los Angeles that adheres to the nondescript tech-space aesthetic pioneered by Apple stores: clean white walls, blonde wood accents, brightly lit.Situated on the ground floor of an old warehouse building in a revitalized district full of boutique shops and eateries, just a few blocks from…




Google is overhauling how it sells programmatic advertising, and some marketers are concerned it means that the tech giant could steal more ad share

Google is overhauling how it sells programmatic advertising, and some marketers are concerned it means that the tech giant could steal more ad share

Google is making a change to its programmatic ad exchange that could cause ripples across the industry. On Wednesday, Google said that it would change the structure of Google Ad Manager’s Adx, its ad exchange and server that powers ads on hundreds of publishers’ websites. By the end of the year, Adx will switch from…


Come back to work drunk, you won’t get fired

Come back to work drunk, you won’t get fired

‘I won’t be vomiting at functions in the future'”This is a wake-up call for me. I won’t be needing assistance or vomiting at functions in the future.”But she strongly denied “heinous allegations” that she had made disparaging comments about other employees while drunk – including saying one “bats for the other side” – and had…


Glory Glory Man United? The paradox of profits without trophies

Glory Glory Man United? The paradox of profits without trophies

Yet, United’s income has continued to rise regardless of the performance on the pitch. Annual revenues grew from £363.2 million ($677 million) in 2013 to £590m last year, behind only Spain’s Real Madrid and FC Barcelona. Current executives, former staffers and others with close knowledge of club affairs describe a paradox — a sports business