Tinned spaghetti pizza: New Zealand’s prime minister shocks with ‘monstrous’ recipe

Bill Englishs unusual toppings have divided a nation, leading the Guardian to recreate his pizza (so you dont have to) If a prime minister wants to truly unite a nation one way not to do it is to cook

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Udacity spin-out Voyage aims to build a full self-driving taxi business

Udacitys self-driving car program has been focused on training engineers and helping progress the field with open source contributions, but now Udacity Vice President Oliver Cameron is striking out with

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Spain accused of causing Gibraltar traffic jams amid Brexit tensions

British enclaves deputy leader says Spanish police deliberately causing trouble for motorists on its border with the mainland Gibraltar on Wednesday accused Spain of causing long traffic jams by tightening

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Time Inc. is launching its own influencer marketing network with help from Speakr

Time Inc. is getting into the influencer marketing business in a bigger way, witha new offering called Time Inc. Connect. This influencer network will be powered by startup Speakr;as explained to me

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Microsoft launches Whos In, a social event planning app for iMessage

Microsofts name isnt exactly synonymous with social networking, though that hasnt stopped the company from finding angles into this space generally, with more of a focus on the business side of socializing,

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This new sentiment index aims to help founders time their fundraising

A new index aims to help consumer-oriented startup founders understand the health of the venture capital fundraising environment; specifically, when is a good time to seek funding and when isnt. How

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Trump’s response to Syria gas attack: blame Obama

The White House was silent before condemning the Obama administrations weakness, as Trump struggles to define a policy vision The scale and horror of Tuesdays gas attack on civilians in Idlib highlighted

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How Alibaba Turns Wealthy Shopaholics Into a Marketing Squad

Meng Cui Yi spent almost $90,000 at Alibabas online mall in the past year. The 33-year-old restaurateur buys pretty much everything thereBurberry apparel, La Mer skincare products, furniture, groceries

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