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Bookstore's Tweet Leads To Love, Then Marriage

In 2012, the corporate Twitter account for a bookstore in London posted a joke about Pokemon. "I'm in love," a woman responded. More tweets followed, then a date. The wedding was last weekend.
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Sources: Murdochs Moving To Oust Roger Ailes After Sexual Harassment Allegations

Ailes, the CEO and chairman of Fox News, has been sued by a former anchor, and other accusers have stepped forward. Fox News sources now say the Murdoch family is moving to push Ailes out.
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Why Some Diversity Thinkers Aren't Buying The Tech Industry's Excuses

Despite diversity efforts, Facebook and Google keep showing little change in the percentages of black, Latino and female workers. Facebook pins the problem on lack of talent in the education pipeline.
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Murdochs To Remove Roger Ailes Amid Sexual Harassment Claims

Fox News Chairman Roger Ailes is being ousted from the network after a former anchor sued him for sexual harassment. More women have come forward, including Fox News star Megyn Kelly.
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States' Lawsuits Say VW Execs Ran A Cover-Up Of Diesel Emissions Cheating

Citing "a culture of deeply-rooted corporate arrogance" at Volkswagen, New York and Massachusetts have filed civil lawsuits against the carmaker.
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The Smoggy Seas: Cargo Ships Bring Pollution, Health Risks

Eight of the 10 busiest ports are in East Asia. A new study shows how the growing number of cargo ships are polluting the air and threatening health.
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Microhospitals May Help Deliver Care In Underserved Areas

Hospital systems are building tiny full-service hospitals in urban and suburban markets. They have a full array of emergency services, but only a handful of beds for admitted patients.
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'Ban The Box' Laws,' Do They Help Job Applicants With Criminal Histories?

To help ex-felons land jobs, many states have enacted a law that prevents employers from asking applicants to check a box to reveal criminal history. But these laws may not have the intended effect.
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Feds Investigate Fiat Chrysler Over Car Sales

The automaker confirmed the Securities and Exchange Commission is asking questions, along with the Justice Department, about the accuracy of reports the company files on its car sales.
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Racial Tensions Strain Relations In The Workplace

Racial tensions run high, including at work. Employers are seeing more cases, but many people are finding it hard to find the words to bridge the gap with their colleagues.

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