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LONDON (Reuters) - Taxi app Uber [UBER.UL] is dropping a legal appeal against the introduction of more stringent English language tests for drivers in London after the city's transport regulator said it would water down its stringent proposals.
sergey causelove/ShutterstockThe English language is full of sayings that can get anyone's tongue twisted up. Reader's Digest compiled a list of 14 sayings that feel impossible to pronounce eloquently. It includes: "Pad kid poured curd pulled...
The company will need to pick someone to follow Tim Cook and Steve Jobs—someday.
AppleApple just finished a $5 billion headquarters called Apple Park. Some say it's an architectural landmark.Non-Apple employees are not allowed in, though, and Apple's not likely to offer tours.It's because there's a lot of confidential information...
Apple’s next big thing will likely be a large dividend increase financed by a tax cut on its overseas profit, but the famously secretive company isn’t giving any clues about how big it might be. CEO Tim Cook had an opportunity to address...
Apple CEO Tim Cook told shareholders at a meeting on Tuesday that Apple could make a significant contribution in health care.
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Tim Cook said Tuesday at the company's annual shareholder meeting that a special dividend is unlikely as Apple looks to spend $285 billion stashed overseas, according to a report. "Special dividends, I'm not really a fan...
(Reuters) - Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook downplayed a suggestion that the company might issue a special dividend to shareholders with some of the $285 billion in cash that the company is now able to bring back from overseas.
Feb 13 (Reuters) - Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook downplayed a suggestion that the company might issue a special dividend to shareholders with some of the $285 billion in cash that the company is now able to bring back from overseas.
Bosses such as Tim Cook and Steve Ballmer, who take charge after a founder departs, have a particularly difficult challenge. But there's a trick to successful succeeding: once you solve the people issues, everything else gets easier.
Cook made a passionate defense of the iPhone X and said the company is more than satisfied with sales during its first quarter.
The U.S. snowboarding team have jackets lined with a sheet that has South Korean and English translations.Though they don't include phonetic pronunciations, the sheet has important questions like "Which way to the Olympic Village" to "Do you want to...
shutterstockDuolingo is a simple and fun way to get started learning the basics of a new language. I've been using the app for a little over a year now to teach myself French. I'm no master just yet, but I've learned a lot about the language,...
Languages change as they gain more speakers. When a language grows, its expressiveness expands and contracts at once: Its vocabulary expands, but its grammar becomes…
Stephen Lam / Stringer / Getty ImagesApple publicly fought the FBI in 2016 over issues related to privacy, encryption, and an iPhone used by a terrorist.Texts between FBI employees released earlier this week give a peek into how some agents saw the...
Outside India, one in three kids typically begin learning to code before they turn 15. In India, only one in 10 do. In a country…
Shutterstock Rex for EEMJust because someone works in Silicon Valley doesn't mean they'll be a techie parent.In fact, some of the highest-profile executives in the tech world, including former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates and current Apple CEO Tim Cook,...
Apple Inc. left things vague last month when it announced a plan to invest money from its sizable cash balance into the U.S. economy, but the company was more direct about its plans Thursday—Apple is going to spend more than $160 billion of its own...