This week Citigroup became the latest high profile organisation to compete in a BBC television series for the title of “workplace choir of the year”.
Be the first to comment | December 2013
Shinzō Abe has acquired some unlikely cheerleaders for his plan to rejuvenate the Japanese economy. Pop group Machikado Keiki Japan not only sing songs celebrating the ‘Abenomics’ approach to monetary policy – they even adjust their skirts according to the fortunes of the Nikkei.
Be the first to comment | November 2013
A world famous Swedish hotel constructed entirely of ice has been told it needs to install fire alarms in order to comply with local building regulations.
Trouble getting out of bed in the morning? One innovative product developer has come up with a solution – an alarm clock that actually intends to alarm its owner.
A Norwegian man, who bought £15 worth of bitcoins in 2009, recently bought a flat in the centre of one world’s most expensive cities thanks to the massive appreciation of the virtual currency.
A Japanese company has launched an odoriferous accessory for Facebook notification alerts or just to allow you to enjoy your lunch more.
Be the first to comment | October 2013
Forget the Ashes. Following the Vatican’s launch of its own cricket club, there is soon to be a new rivalry in cricket that might even surpass that of England versus Australia.
In Ohio, once you are dead you stay dead. Even if it emerges years later that you are, in fact, not.
Everyone hates going to the dentist. Well, one young lad has found a novel way to postpone the dreaded drill – with shrimp.
Looking for a new home? When it comes to climbing the property ladder, scientists believe humans could learn a thing or two from ants.
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