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"Ungrateful fool": Feud between Trump, UCLA player's dad escalates

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"It wasn't father LaVar's so-called people on the ground in China that got his son out of a long term prison sentence -- IT WAS ME," wrote the president

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What It Takes To Create An Enduring Entrepreneurial Ecosystem

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Joining local and event-oriented communities are a great way to build your network early on in your career.

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[Ticker] Commission issues €34m fine over car equipment cartel

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five companies a total of €34m for a cartel which helped fix prices for items such as seatbelts and air bags. The five are Tokai Rika, Takata, Autoliv, Toyoda Gosei and Marutaka, which supplied parts to Japanese car manufacturers. "We do not accept cartels that affect the European consumers, even if the cartel is organised outside Europe," competition commissioner Margrethe Vestager said.

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Trump reignites feud with father of UCLA player accused of shoplifting

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday reignited a feud with the father of one of the three UCLA basketball players who was detained in China on suspicion of shoplifting, tweeting that he alone was responsible for their release.

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[Ticker] Member states accept emissions trading deal, Poland abstains

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The ambassadors in Brussels of the EU's national governments on Wednesday adopted a compromise deal with the European Parliament on the reform of the EU's emissions trading system (ETS), the EU's flagship climate tool. Croatia voted against, while coal-reliant Poland and Hungary abstained. The compromise had been reached by allowing Romania and Bulgaria . A majority of MEPs still has to approve the reform.

Langlois appointed group human resources director at Europcar

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Europcar Group has announced the appointment of Denis Langlois to the role of group human resources director. Langlois will be responsible for supporting the group’s development, particularly in the recent context of integrating new brands and acquisitions such as Buchbinder.

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FOX NEWS FIRST: Aircraft carrying 11 crashes in Pacific Ocean, search for survivors

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Plus, FCC targets Obama-era net neutrality regulations

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[Focus] Uber may face fines in EU for keeping data breach secret

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US technology company covered up a large-scale data breach. Now whether Uber will be fined in Europe will depend 'on the context'.

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Donald Trump is reportedly more popular than some of Europe's biggest leaders

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President Trump has received some rather dismal approval ratings, but he’s reportedly more popular compared to some of his European counterparts.

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This idyllic Swiss village wants to pay you more than £50,000 to move there

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If it’s ever been a distant dream of yours to wind up in a tiny and beautiful mountain village, consider this. The Swiss town of Albinen, located in the scenic canton of Valais, wants to pay people 25,000 Swiss francs (£18,900) each to move there. The council will soon be voting on the new initiative, which aims to repopulate a community that has dwindled to just 240 residents, reports The Local. Under the scheme, each new adult resident will be paid the fee, with an additional 10,000 Swiss francs (£7,600) per child. For a family of four, that’s more than £53,000. Most of the previous residents who have left the village have been families with children, according to Swiss news agency ATS, with the last three departures leading to the closure of Albinen’s school. It should be noted, however, that this was never exactly a thriving neighbourhood. Its highest ever number of inhabitants on record was 380, back in 1900. What’s the catch? There are certain conditions attached to the proposed offer. New residents must be under the age of 45, and are required to build or purchase a property to live in full time, not used as a holiday home, worth at least 200,000 Swiss francs (£151,900). You’ll also have to remain in residence there for at least 10 years, or forfeit the fee. Officials hope that Albinen’s flailing economy will benefit from an influx of new homeowners through taxes, building contracts and the purchase of local produce. Switzerland has a high level of immigration from EU countries What does Albinen have to offer? Six square miles of Alpine land makes up the municipality of Albinen, huddled at an altitude of 4,300 ft in the south-west of Switzerland and dwarfed by its surrounding mountains.   Most of Albinen is farmland and forest, with its settled area of buildings and roads accounting for little over three per cent of it. Only 240 residents live here, surrounded by forest and farmland Credit: Wikipedia Commons Xenos There's little going on in the town's centre, save for its narrow cobbled turns, centuries-old houses, a church and a shop. And you’ll need to learn German, the region’s first language.  But hop in the car and it's less than four miles to Leukerbad, home to one of Europe's largest medical wellness, beauty and thermal baths complex. Charlie Chaplin, Tolstoy and Goethe were among those who travelled to the village to bathe in the calcium- and sulphate-rich thermal waters.  Switzerland tours Prefer to live in Italy? This is far from the first time a shrinking town in Europe has offered to pay people to move there, most commonly in Italy. Just last month, the Italian town of Candela in Puglia announced it would hand out up to €2,000 (£1,792) for new residents. They must live permanently in the village, rent a house, and have a salary of at least €7,500 (£6,723). Earlier this year, Italy also said it was giving away 103 of its historic buildings for free, with one catch - all takers will need to commit to transforming the properties into tourist facilities including hotels, restaurants or spas.

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