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TOKYO (AP) — A former Tokyo Olympic organizing committee board member and three people from a clothing company that was a surprise sponsor of the 2020 Games were arrested on bribery suspicions Wednesday. Haruyuki Takahashi, a former executive at advertising company Dentsu, is suspected of receiving bribes from the former head of Aoki Holdings Inc. and two company employees, the prosecutors’ office said. The company that makes affordable business suits was a surprise pick to dress the Japanese Ol
Heavy rainfall hit Paris on Tuesday evening following a recent heatwave across France, flooding several metro stations and bringing rush-hour traffic to a standstill in the French capital.
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Australia's highest court overturned on Wednesday a ruling that had found Google engaged in defamation by supplying a link to a contested newspaper article, throwing the spotlight again on how online libel cases are handled in the country. The seven-judge panel of the High Court of Australia voted 5-2 to throw out an earlier finding that the Alphabet Inc unit played a part in publishing the disputed article by acting as a "library" housing it, saying the website had no active role. The decision brings fresh confusion to a question that has been simmering in Australia for years about where liability rests for online defamation.
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The growing demand for online content by the local population supports the growth of the real-time bidding market in North American countries.Newark, Aug. 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- As per the report published by The Brainy Insights, the global real-time bidding market is expected to grow from USD 9.51 billion in 2021 to USD 158.71 billion by 2030, at a CAGR of 36.71% during the forecast period 2022-2030. Real-time bidding has gained popularity across different sectors, including media and ent
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$34.5bn railway – labelled the biggest public transport project in state’s history – set to feature heavily in election campaign
A court in India has appointed a committee to take over the running of the national Olympic committee and hold fresh elections within four months in a move that could have further implications for the country in international sport. The Delhi High Court asked Olympians Abhinav Bindra, Anju Bobby George and Bombayla Devi Laishram to assist the three-person administration committee that includes a former Supreme Court judge, an election commissioner and a government bureaucrat, the Press Trust of India reported. The International Olympic Committee had earlier advised the IOA to fast track its elections, which were scheduled for last December, or risk facing suspension.
More than 180 medieval manuscripts are to be digitised, catalogued and conserved over the next two years.
TORONTO, August 17, 2022--LifeWorks, a leading provider of digital and in-person total wellbeing solutions, today released its monthly Mental Health Index™ that showed 56 per cent of Canadians report negative impacts on their children due to events over the last two years. Additionally, almost twice as many Canadians’ buying/investment decisions are influenced by the treatment they receive from their company versus how a company behaves environmentally.
OLDWICK, N.J., August 17, 2022--Munich Reinsurance Company for a second-straight year holds the top spot in AM Best’s annual ranking of the Top 50 Global Reinsurance groups in 2021, followed again by Swiss Re Ltd. The two global reinsurers together account for 24.3% of top 50 reinsurance gross premiums written in 2021.
Disciple Media (Disciple) today announces that they will soon release a multilingual update to their white-label community platform. This update means Disciple can offer a full solution to non-English speaking and multilingual communities by translating the member-facing apps (available on web, iOS, and Android). They are in the early stages of deciding which languages will be available, following a trial of French.