Build your brand with these online courses

July 5, 2017

Image: pixabay.com Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. Whether you run a small business or are just working on a great side hustle, maintaining an exceptional online presence is crucial. Carving out time for online courses may seem like the last thing on your mind, but the more you know, the more youll be able to do. One University…

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Cristiano Ronaldo Reportedly Scores Another Baby-On-The-Way After Twins’ Birth

July 1, 2017

Even as the Portuguese star cuddles his newborn twins,Mateo and Eva, born to an unidentifiedsurrogate mother, reports have surfaced that hes looking forward to the arrival of his next baby, with model girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez. Portuguese mediaoutlets and Hollywood Life are reporting that the rumors are true, which may confirm what began with photos that appeared to show his girlfriends growing baby bump. The couples baby is reportedly due in…

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Takata Bankruptcy Filings Clear the Way for Overhaul: Timeline

June 27, 2017

Key Safety Systems Inc. for 175 billion yen ($1.6 billion). Founded in the early 1930s as a textile maker, Takata turned into a supplier of auto safety devices. Below is a timeline of events leading up to the bankruptcy filing: 2003: The company settle for an undisclosed sum. In July, Honda recalls 285,000 Accord and Civic model cars in the U.S. May 2011: Honda expands a recall to include an…

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The Saudi Prince, the Sheikh and a Gulf Renegade

June 9, 2017

The choreographed statements by Saudi Arabia and three allies to quarantine Qatar at just after 6 a.m. on June 5 were not signed, but there was no mistake about who was behind them. The move to halt air and sea transport and shut the tiny Gulf nation’s only land border carried the fingerprints of two of the Arab world's most powerful leaders: Saudi Arabia’s young deputy crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman,…

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Apple gave us new Photos, Maps, and Siri: Check out what you missed at WWDC

June 6, 2017

Image: stephen lam/Getty Images June means one thing in the tech world: Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) is here. Apple CEO Tim Cook gave the WWDC 2017 keynote speech earlier today in San Jose, California. From the highly anticipated Siri speaker to the new iOS, Cook gave Apple superfans a lot to look forward to in the months to come. SEE ALSO: Apple finally reveals its Siri-powered Amazon Echo killer…

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4 Scientifically-Backed Reasons You Should Choose Experiences, Not Things

May 29, 2017

Picture this: Youve just finished working your busiest time of the year. For all your efforts, you receive a nice paycheck. To reward yourself, you look for places to spend your hard-earned money. What would you choose out of these options? 1. A brand new TV or a vacation abroad? 2. A piece of jewelry or a multi-course meal at a restaurant? 3. The latest phone model or a class…

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These new 3D scan fit helmets could make football safer

Riddell's next step in football helmet technology includes personalized 3D head scans.Image: lili sams/Mashable Helmets already make the violent game of football safer, but one of the biggest equipment makers in the sport is making them even better. It’s developed a new process to create helmets that could play a role in preventing the traumatic head injuries that currently plague the game and threaten its future. Riddell, the company behind…

May 28, 2017
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VS Angel Stella Maxwell Reveals A Bold Trend You Can Rock At The Beach This Summer

Now that summer is approaching, Im sure many of us feel inspired by this warm weather to get outside and exercise. I personally wait until May/June to even buy sneakers because lets be real Im spending all winter bundled in bed eating junk food and watching Netflix. However, now that its almost Memorial Day weekend, Id like to uhhhhh, tone my entire body before getting into a swimsuit. And who…

May 25, 2017
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Bulletin bets that online shopping brands still want storefronts

Image: bulletin What do you get when you cross a glossy fashion mag with a department store? That’s essentially the nonintuitive question Bulletin co-founders Ali Kriegsman and Alana Branston inadvertently answered as they formulated their Y-Combinator-backed startup. The pair originally set out to create a shoppable magazine an online publication that would showcase up-and-coming brands to potential customers. As that spark of an idea eventually evolved into the small chain…

May 19, 2017
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