Got an odd screw, nut, bolt, washer or fastener you need to buy more of, but have no idea to how to find the right one? Amazon’s “Part Finder” can help. The company has rolled out a new feature on mobile that lets you point your camera at the item in question, so Amazon can […]
Runs.com allows members to decide, create, buy and sell experiences amongst themselves, with the platform acting as a facilitator Almost all existing e-commerce platforms have turned into monopolies of sorts: they collect our data and decide on what products we should buy from which sellers. This gives them full control over us. And we never […]
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(July 20): Having an office in Hong Kong is getting pricier.
Hong Kong's population — numbering more than 7 million — has a limited amount of land to potentially inhabit, which has positioned Hong Kong to be the world's most expensive housing market. Now, a number of mainland Chinese firms are moving in and driving up costs of already expensive office space.
In fact, the city's Central district was recently ranked the world's most expensive office space for a third year in a row, according to a report from commercial real estate firm CBRE.