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  1. This Week in Business: E-Cigarettes Take a Hit, and Gig Workers Get Good News The New York TimesIt was a good week for soybean farmers and a bad one for “Froopy” e-cigarettes. What are those, you ask? Read on and learn. View the full article
  2. Kapten: London's new ride-hailing app which claims it is clamping down on emissions Evening StandardLondon's second largest ride-hailing app is championing the capital's "car free day" as it focuses on going green. Kapten, which was founded in France in 2012 ... View the full article
  3. Tedious and outdated sexist jokes are sadly not outliers Financial TimesThe world has changed in ways that some men still don't seem to understand. View the full article
  4. On the Record: TaskRabbit's Stacy Brown-Philpot BBC NewsTaskRabbit's chief opens up about the challenges a new gig economy law poses and life under Ikea. View the full article
  5. 'It's all about your story': How companies decide the right time to float on the public markets Fora.ieASK A CHIEF executive when is a good time to take your company public and you'll probably be asked how long is a piece of string. This year has been a ... View the full article
  6. Uber is facing more regulatory woes - Business Insider Business Insider NordicUber continues to face regulatory challenges – which could result in increasing driver costs to appease regulators. View the full article
  7. Mayor grilled by David Kurten and Keith Prince over London's taxi industry TaxiPoint Taxi NewsIn a feisty debate during Mayor's Question Time, Sadiq Khan was forced to face some searching questions from Brexit Party assembly member David Kurten and ... View the full article
  8. DealBook Briefing: Beijing’s Plan to Get to a Trade Deal The New York TimesChina appears to be betting on two approaches: start buying more U.S. goods, and try to keep discussions with Washington focused only on trade. View the full article
  9. New Rules For Cab Aggregators: Centre may allow three times the base fare as surge pricing Economic TimesBENGALURU: The Centre is likely to permit cab aggregators to charge customers up to three times the base fare during periods of high demand, according to a ... View the full article
  10. Kitty Is Still Dealing With The Death of Her Mom On Black Ink Crew | The Latest Hip-Hop News, Music and Media Hip-Hop WiredKitty is still having a hard time dealing with the death of her mom. During a trip to Memphis to spread her late mother's ashes, she learns that her mother's ... View the full article
  11. Basildon Council look to tell Uber to either get local licence or get out of town TaxiPoint Taxi NewsMembers of Basildon Council have requested an update in relation to the issue of "out of area" private hire vehicles working within the Borough, specifically h. View the full article
  12. Where to eat in London, according to its top models CNNFor models, there's more to fashion week than walking a runway or two. Days start in the early hours, with multiple castings, fittings and shows to cram into 24 ... View the full article
  13. Business this week The EconomistRen Zhengfei, the founder and boss of Huawei, said he was considering selling his company's 5G technology, which has become a source of tension between ... View the full article
  14. Flying taxis are taking off to whisk people around cities The EconomistIN OCTOBER 1908, on a windy field at Farnborough, south-west of London, a handlebar-mustachioed former Wild West showman named Samuel Cody ... View the full article
  15. Flying taxis are taking off to whisk people around cities The EconomistIN OCTOBER 1908, on a windy field at Farnborough, south-west of London, a handlebar-mustachioed former Wild West showman named Samuel Cody ... View the full article
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