While inspecting a container en route to the Netherlands, Los Angeles port customs officials uncovered a rare 1967 Jaguar XKE convertible that was stolen 47 years ago.
The Jaguar, stolen March 13, 1968, in New York, could fetch $23,600 in fair condition and $100,000 in excellent condition, custom officials said on Wednesday in a statement. The vehicle is being returned to its original owner, Ivan Schneider, who now resides in Florida.
LaunchBit, an advert startup serious about serving to tool-as-a-provider companies in finding new shoppers, is asserting that it has been bought with the aid of advert platform BuySellAds.com.
The monetary phrases of the deal usually are not being disclosed. LaunchBit co-founder and CEO Elizabeth Yin instructed me by way of electronic mail that the LaunchBit advert community will proceed to function, “trade as overall,” whereas it’s… Read More
One week after Steve Jobs announced plans to go on his first medical leave of absence from Apple in 2009, the man tasked with temporarily leading the company — or so it was assumed at the time — had to answer to Wall Street.
Tim Cook joined two other Apple executives for Apple's quarterly earnings call. The first question asked by an analyst on the call was, perhaps unsurprisingly, about Jobs' health and the likelihood that Cook "would be the candidate" to take over as CEO if Jobs were unable to return. Another executive on the call offered a quick boilerplate response to the question. But then Cook chimed in Read more...
Moj Mahdara has considered the way forward for branding and leisure, and it’s on YouTube. The manager government of the burgeoning media trade BeautyCon has raised below $5 million in seed financing from leisure and publishing large pictures like Michael Eisner, the previous chief govt of Disney Co., the writer Hearst Corp., Kelly Osbourne, and skill legal professionals Ken Hertz and Eric… Read More
Today in first world problems: The iOS 8 update requires a whopping near 5 GB on the iPhone — and who in the world has that much storage available?
Apple released the update Wednesday, sending customers in a blind fit of rage upon realizing they'd have to delete apps, photos and music — basically everything they have ever been and ever will be — to make room for the software upgrade.
Photograph-sharing software Memoir, launched remaining fall to allow you to rediscover your picture recollections via a mix of evolved search options and a time tablet-like operate, just like competitor TimeHop. However one of the most app’s extra fascinating options used to be a method to request photographs from different customers. As of late, due to iOS eight, that possibility has now been superior. The corporate… Read More
What better way to fight crime than with Internet access and printable stickers? If anything, it raises awareness. Though we're sure that the neighborhood watch would welcome Mr. Rogers' and Inspector Gadget's assistance with open arms. Read more...
Airbnb introduced as of late that it is going to quickly commence amassing and remitting a 14 p.c lodge occupancy charge for visitor stays happening in San Francisco. In a weblog put up, Airbnb’s regional head of public coverage David Owen wrote that the coverage will go into impact for all bookings that happen on or after October 1 in its dwelling metropolis. Read More
A 6-year-old cancer survivor paid her good fortune forward this weekend by waiting tables at a local restaurant to help raise money for cancer research.
Macy Duke charmed customers during a fundraiser at Chili's in San Antonio, Texas to raise funds for St. Jude Children's Hospital. Duke, who beat acute lymphoblastic leukemia last year, requested to wait tables at her favorite restaurant as a way to help other children with cancer.
KIEV, Ukraine – This was supposed to be a momentous day for Ukraine.
The association agreement with the European Union was ratified on Tuesday by Ukraine’s parliament. This was the deal spurned by former Ukrainian president Viktor Yanukovych last November –- a move that sparked a revolution, prompted his removal in February, and led to Russia's annexation of Crimea and the Russian-backed war in eastern Ukraine.
The country’s new president, Petro Poroshenko, signed the long-awaited agreement with EU parliamentarians; they were beamed in via satellite to witness the event touted as a move closer toward the West — and further from Russia’s orbit. Poroshenko said the deal was as important as Ukraine's declaration of independence in 1991.
As the deal was sealed, hundreds of people were outside the government offices, waving blue and yellow national flags. They were pleased, despite the fact that over the weekend, Russia convinced Ukraine and the EU to postpone perhaps the most significant part — a free-trade agreement — until 2016. Read more...