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eHarmony CEO Dr. Neil Warren steps down, VP Grant Langston steps in

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eHarmony CEO Dr. Neil Warren steps down, VP Grant Langston steps in

Screen Shot 2016-07-26 at 11.42.46 AM

eHarmony CEO Dr. Neil Warren steps down, VP Grant Langston steps in

Screen Shot 2016-07-26 at 11.42.46 AM

eHarmony CEO Dr. Neil Warren steps down, VP Grant Langston steps in

Screen Shot 2016-07-26 at 11.42.46 AM

eHarmony CEO Dr. Neil Warren steps down, VP Grant Langston steps in

Screen Shot 2016-07-26 at 11.42.46 AM

Monotype will acquire marketing startup Olapic for $130M

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‘Pokémon Go’ somehow works in Indonesia, and businesses are already exploiting the blessing

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A Hong Kong mall is Smurfing up some blue pudding and cupcakes

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If blue — and I mean Smurf blue — pudding is your thing, you need to head over to Hong Kong for an array of desserts and snacks recreated by a group of restaurants in tribute to the little blue characters.

The Harbour City mall in Hong Kong is playing host to a Smurf art exhibition for a month, and has also turned one of its courtyards into a Smurf village with a 6 metre-tall mushroom house as its centrepiece.

How an iPhone is helping a blind athlete prepare for the Rio Games

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Katie Kelly’s life has always revolved around sport, and living with a disability has not slowed her down.

In her twenties, Kelly was diagnosed with Usher syndrome,

The best deals from Amazon Prime Day

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Amazon Prime Day is less than 12 hours away. This year, Amazon’s big savings event for Prime members will be bigger than ever, with more than 100,000 deals—which will come as frequently as every five minutes.