Articles By Vittorio Hernandez
From Companies 10:59 am
Fresh from its New York initial public offering (IPO) that raised a record $25 billion fresh capital, Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba (NYSE: BABA) has partnered with an Australian software company. Its team up with Bigcommerce is expected to further rival its US competitor Amazon.
From Tech 10:49 am
A male rear end was mistaken for a female front. It happened in a subreddit page where a female member posted the close-up shot of her husband's behind wearing a pair of grey underwear.
From Law 10:26 am
The star of the 2-minute video below may have been the 17-year-old Australian who left Sydney under the guise of going on a fishing trip, but the clip apparently include a previous viral photo star.
From Economy 10:14 am
Prime Minister Tony Abbott may have won votes when as Opposition leader he promised to repeal the carbon tax pushed by then PM Julia Gillard. While he succeeded in repealing the measure after the coalition got the majority in the September 2013 federal election, Aussie voters now appear to get the short end of his electoral promise.
From Politics & Policy 10:04 am
Indian migrants in Australia are looking forward to the visit Down Under of Indian Prime Minister Narenda Modi in November. The PM will attend the G20 conference in Brisbane and address a joint session of the Australian Parliament in Canberra.
From Sports 1:34 pm
With one month exactly to the anticipated bout between Manny Pacquiao and Chris Algieri at the Cotai Arena in Macau, HBO will premiere the 3-part pre-fight teaser on Nov 8.
From Law Oct 22
Beheading, like what the Islamic State (IS) has done to two American and two British hostages in the past few weeks, causes instant death to the victim. However, in a slower and more painful way of killing, the IS has prescribed death by stoning to a female adulteress.
From Law Oct 22
Penal history would likely be repeated after reports came out on Tuesday that Brazil has an inmate who could pass for a movie actor. However, Tiago Henrique Gomes da Rocha is not only the owner of a face and body to-die-for since at least 39 people have actually died from his fatal hands.
From Global Markets Oct 22
Australian Treasurer Joe Hockey said on Tuesday that there is a chance that China would waive its newly imposed coal tariff if Canberra and Beijing would soon ink a free trade agreement.
From Tech Oct 22
Jennifer Lawrence, the most famous celebrities among the Fappening nude leaks victims, scored a major victory against the hackers by having Google remove the images stolen from her iCloud account from the search engine's listings.