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Tesla could open its Shanghai Gigafactory even sooner than expected, according to a team of Wall Street analysts who just got back from China (TSLA) 

Tesla’s China factory could open sooner than expected, Morgan Stanley told clients Wednesday.  “Our China team just returned from a visit of local Chinese suppliers with some fresh feedback on Tesla’s progress with its currently under-construction Gigafactory 3 in Shanghai,” the team said in a research note. “If they’re right, Tesla …

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2 natural ways to grow eyelashes fast

Natural full lashes instantly open up the eyes but if yours fall out often these easy tips will work to get them back stronger.   Full lashes instantly open up the eyes and because they dont require wearing faux lashes every time they are low maintenance! Long and full lashes …

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Flexible working should be default, says MP Helen Whately

Image copyrightPARLIAMENT TVImage captionHelen Whately (right) used the 10 Minute Rule to bring her bill to Parliament Flexible working should be the default position for all employees, rather than it being up to individuals to request. That is the call from Conservative MP Helen Whately, who introduced a flexible working …

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Wage growth at highest rate since 2008

Image copyrightGETTY IMAGES Wage growth in the UK accelerated to 3.6% in the year to May 2019, the highest rate since 2008, according to Office for National Statistics figures. Wages have been outpacing inflation since March 2018. A record high of 32.75 million people were in employment up to the end …

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Facebook’s Libra cryptocurrency attacked at Senate hearing

Image copyrightREUTERS Facebook’s plan for a cryptocurrency has come under further attack at a US hearing, with politicians calling the company “delusional” and not trusted. The Senate Banking Committee is quizzing Facebook executive David Marcus over the tech giant’s intention to launch its Libra digital currency. The company had showed …

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South Korea employers could face jail under harassment law

Image copyrightGETTY IMAGESImage captionSouth Korean news presenters hold a rally on 16 July before submitting a complaint on workplace harassment South Korea has introduced tough new workplace anti-bullying laws with penalties that include jail for employers in some cases. It marks the first time the country has required employers take …

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