Art

Trump presidency's final days: 'In his mind, he will not have lost'

Trump presidency's final days: 'In his mind, he will not have lost'

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Education

Announcing TechCrunch’s 2021 Event Calendar – TechCrunch

Announcing TechCrunch’s 2021 Event Calendar – TechCrunch

We know that you’re hard at work building the next great startup so we want to get our events on your radar early for next year. We’re excited to announce our 2021 fully virtual events line-up. Mark your calendars! Join us virtually while we explore inclusive hiring, access to funding for Black, Latinx and Indigenous people, and workplace tools to foster inclusion and belonging. We’ll also examine the experiences of gig workers and formerly ... Full story

Economics

Dairy giant Arla warns of price rise if no deal - BBC News

Dairy giant Arla warns of price rise if no deal - BBC News

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Entertainment

Salesforce buys Slack for $27.7B – TechCrunch

Salesforce buys Slack for $27.7B – TechCrunch

Salesforce announces its acquisition of Slack, Amazon brings the Mac mini to the cloud and Google Maps gets a newsfeed. This is your Daily Crunch for December 1, 2020. The big story: Salesforce buys Slack for $27.7B. The acquisition, which was first reported last month , is now official . “This is a match made in heaven,” said Salesforce co-founder and CEO Marc Benioff. “Together, Salesforce and Slack will shape the future of enterprise ... Full story

Health

Singapore-based mental health app Intellect reaches one million users, closes seed funding – TechCrunch

Singapore-based mental health app Intellect reaches one million users, closes seed funding – TechCrunch

Theodoric Chew, co-founder and chief executive officer of mental health app Intellect. Intellect , a Singapore-based startup that wants to lower barriers to mental health care in Asia, says it has reached more than one million users just six months after launching. Google also announced today that the startup’s consumer app, also called Intellect, is one of its picks for best personal growth apps of 2020 . The company recently closed an ... Full story

Law

Puberty blockers: Under-16s 'unlikely' to be able to give informed consent

Puberty blockers: Under-16s 'unlikely' to be able to give informed consent

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Living

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We are just here o @soundsultan @ruffcoinnwaba @official2baba @jagabantu

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Politics

'I turned my office into a cyclists' cafe' - BBC News

'I turned my office into a cyclists' cafe' - BBC News

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Sport

Steps debate the merits of entering Eurovision

Steps debate the merits of entering Eurovision

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Technology

Building The Batteries Of The Future

Building The Batteries Of The Future

mong this year’s winners in the Energy category you’ll find very few focused on fossil fuels like coal or oil. It’s little surprise that our young innovators are more forward looking. This year’s cohort has made inroads in flexible batteries; wind-powered Bitcoin miners; pipeline inspections, near-magical bacteria, tree-planting drones, even new tricks in fracking. And they have some inspiration from 30 Under 30 classes of past years. We’ve ... Full story