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Stealth startup Zoox lands $200 million for its secretive self-driving-car project

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The super stealth self-driving car startup, Zoox, has closed a $200 million round of funding, according to a source familiar with its fundraising plans.  159 more words


14 giant infrastructure projects that are reshaping the world

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The world is full of inconceivably huge projects, happening right under our noses.

Take the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge, which will link three major Chinese cities… 552 more words


Secretive $20 billion startup Palantir is buying $225 million of stock back from employees — in exchange for their silence

Palantir, the secretive $20 billion data-mining startup cofounded by Peter Thiel, is buying $225 million of stock back from employees. The catch, reports BuzzFeed’s William Alden, is that employees and “certain” ex-employees are only eligible for the buyback offer if they agree to a variety of conditions,

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10 Excuses Guys Always Make When They Cum Too Quickly

Lets face it; sex can turn from hot and steamy to uncomfortably awkward in a matter of minutes, or seconds. Premature ejaculation is a real thing and if I had to make an educated guess, I’d say most women have been with a man that has came very quickly at one time or another. 775 more words

Why I Hate Your Face (And It Has Nothing To Do With How You Look)

I hate the flat button nose that I used to tap with my pointer finger while lying on your chest. I’m not a fan of your thick honey-buzzed hair. 364 more words

12 Subtle Signs To Know If Someone Is Lying To You

1. Stuttering & inconsistencies. When someone is lying, they usually have a hard time coming up with coherent answers and their lies will be full of contradictions, so watch what they say and how they say it, if it doesn’t add up and the person is stuttering more than usual then this a clear sign that they’re lying. 524 more words


You’ve probably had the experience of receiving mail, paper or electronic, from companies that obviously obtained your name from another company’s list of customers. But what if you were to have a medical operation refused, without knowing it was because the hospital obtained a secret report that listed you as unlikely to pay? 2,031 more words

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