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Billy Joe Saunders.

Controversial boxer Billy Joe Saunders can’t stay out of trouble and now he should seek advice from Tyson Fury, who has worked to improve his im...

Billy Joe Saunders made a video which showed men how to punch their wives and girlfriends. He has since had his license to box in Britain suspended.
The conversion in underway at Kokomo Operations.

The US auto industry has stepped up yet again in a time of crisis as the nation battles the coronavirus pandemic

The speed at which giant companies such as General Motors, Ford, and GE have come together has been impressive.
About to board my flight back to the US from Australia.

I cleared customs in 20 minutes after traveling internationally for a month and a half, and it made me deeply worried about America’s ability to...

The lack of clear actions taken to educate travelers and prevent the spread of coronavirus in the US made me uneasy.
Sidewalks are much safer for riders.

Electric scooter riders are often forced to choose between breaking the law and endangering themselves. Here’s how to change that.

Riding e-scooters is risky and dangerous, but it doesn't have to be. Clearer laws, required trainings, and opening up sidewalks may be the solution.
Apple Arcade lets you play games across any Apple device, picking up where you left off.

I canceled my Apple Arcade subscription after less than a month — here’s why I wouldn’t recommend the service for everyone

Apple's Arcade service is a steal at just $5 a month. But if you're not into playing games on your phone, this may not change your mind.
Indeed.

I flew Spirit Airlines and had a nightmarish 34-hour delay with terrible customer service, and I’ll never use the airline again

I've flown Spirit Airlines three times and have been consistently disappointed. My most recent trip was the worst travel experience of my life.
A Las Vegas Monorail car with a Google ad passes in front of the the Las Vegas Convention Center prior to the CES 2018 on January 7, 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. CES, the world's largest annual consumer technology trade show, runs from January 9-12 and features about 3,900 exhibitors showing off their latest products and services to more than 170,000 attendees. (Photo by )

My biggest takeaway from CES 2020: It’s time for America’s tech showcase to leave Las Vegas

Las Vegas no longer represents where technology is today. For CES, America's largest annual tech trade show, it's time to seek out greener pastures.

Trump’s blundering attempts to strong arm Iran follow the same pattern as the China trade-war mess

With both Iran and China, the Trump administration's policies have left the US right where it started — but with a lot more hostility.

Why Honey’s massive $4 billion PayPal deal marks the official start of the commerce era

The affiliate industry has long been seen as a thing of the past, but its business model, where businesses are paid for driving transactions, is the future.
I've learned a lot about my relationship with drinking since 2013.

I’m giving up alcohol during January for the 3rd year in a row. Here’s how it helps me understand my relationship with drinking after almo...

Beyond the many health and financial benefits, Dry January has helped me gain important perspective on the role of alcohol in my life and in society.