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Canadian firms reviewing worker safety policies in wake of Hong Kong protests

Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Published Sunday, September 22, 2019 10:42AM EDT TORONTO — Violent unrest in Hong Kong is the latest geopolitical threat prompting Canadian companies to review their safety measures for overseas employees, security experts say. “It’s forced companies to kind of look at their policies and procedures around travelling to higher risk […]

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Google and Jennifer Lopez reinvent the Versace dress that created Google Images

Google Images was partially born out a need to serve people’s interest in looking up the iconic green Versace dress Jennifer Lopez wore to the Grammy Awards in 2000. To celebrate the anniversary of the moment, Google partnered with the Italian fashion designer to recreate the dress — and show off many of its products […]

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