On Monday, China’s stock trading was so abundant that the Shanghai Stock Exchange’s software was unable to properly display the turnover data – apparently there were too many zeros to factor in.
Be the first to comment | April 2015
In a story that might sound a little bit ‘far-fetched’ to some, earlier this week it was reported that the owners of 21 dog ‘couples’ have taken part in Beijing’s first ever collective pet wedding.
Indian bureaucracy may well be known for its sluggish procedures but having taken a painstaking 24 years to fire one employee, the government have taken protracted enquiries to a whole new level.
After exiting the band’s world tour, Zayn Malik confirmed that he was leaving One Direction for good last week – and the announcement has apparently proved too much for some workers. No, really.
The Swedish retail giant is known for having a good sense of humour and for encouraging customers to unleash their inner child. But 30,000 adults playing hide and seek in-store is taking things a step too far, even for Ikea.
Be the first to comment | March 2015
A treasurer at a prestigious university, a £6m bingo addiction and £300,000 theft. Could this be the plot to the next Ocean’s 11 sequel?
One unfortunate businessman in China has had to borrow money from friends and family to pay his workers after the cash he had been storing for their wages was accidently set on fire – by his wife.
1 Comment | March 2015
Originally thought to be a joke, a museum in Denmark has had an application approved to employ moles to help archaeologists locate the remains of buildings underground.
A hands-free tomato feeding machine made its debut at the Tokyo Marathon on Sunday. Designed to provide runners with on-the-go sustenance, the humanoid robot is the latest gadget in an exercise market that seems to be increasingly electronic (and eccentric).
Be the first to comment | February 2015
In China, the rivalry between traditional banks and disruptive internet financiers continues as both experiment with a new way of promoting their services: the digital red envelope.
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