The Internet Is Awesome: Fans Reject Lego's Political Censorship, Send Bricks

The Internet Is Awesome: Fans Reject Lego's Political Censorship, Send Bricks
Lego, the Danish maker of brick toys beloved by millions, has refused a bulk order of their product placed by artist Ai Weiwei for an exhibition he was planning on political dissidents and free speech in Australia. In September, Weiwei said in an …
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Electrolux CEO describes trends in Brazil as 'wicked' and 'horrendous'
You take a 24% or 25% decline in demand year-over-year in a quarter, that's horrendous." McLoughlin's points are especially salient as one of Electrolux's products, washing machines, has been cited by economists as more important for economic …
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China's property agencies at crossroad: embrace the internet, or risk dying fast
New York-listed real estate portal Soufun Holdings, which used to count on advertisement as its main revenue source, is also driving full speed into the broking business. All are now competing in one arena. Some have also reached out to provide … It …
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