If you’re like many of our readers, you’re fabulously wealthy and line your underpants with $50 bills, just because it feels so good. You’re also always about to buy some new premium automobile of some kind, but you’re probably bored as hell with all the Mercedeses and BMWs and Range Rovers and Audis and Bentleys and all those other Camrys of the Rich. … [Read more...] about Important Reminder: Bufori Is a Company That Exists, and If You’re Rich You Need Get One Instead of Some Boring-Ass Benz or Whatever
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Parts arriving broken or weeks late. Horrible customer service. An office where employees were spied on with cameras. These are just a few complaints from former employees and from hundreds of car enthusiasts who have done business with major Euro auto parts supplier ECS Tuning. With the company having recently bought another giant in the industry, Pelican Parts, an entire car … [Read more...] about Spying on Employees, Screwing Buyers: What Went Wrong at One of America’s Biggest Euro Parts Companies
The Ford EcoSport is already five years old, having being facelifted for the first time in 2017. Thus, the carmaker is probably thinking about its successor, which needs to be a lot better than the current model. Speaking of which, the 2018 Ford EcoSport didn’t impress reviewers, with Consumer Reports finding it “a big let-down”. The base engine was said to be … [Read more...] about 2020 Ford EcoSport: Would An Escape-Inspired Redesign Help Its Case?
Newsquest is set to make “a third” of its sports journalists redundant across five newspapers covering Yorkshire, including daily the Bradford Telegraph and Argus, according to the National Union of Journalists. The planned cuts comprise the sports editor, sports writer and editor’s PA roles at daily the Bradford Telegraph and Argus, and weeklies the Ilkley … [Read more...] about Newsquest to axe sports editor and sports writer roles at Bradford in cuts equal to ‘third’ of sports desk
Alexia Elejalde-Ruiz Chicago Tribune Published 12:10 p.m. UTC Aug 8, 2018 The rise of the open office concept has been met, of late, with predictions of its fall. Too many distractions, too little personal space and a lack of privacy have hurt happiness and productivity, critics say. But the open office may not be dead so much as in transition, and it is being shaped by … [Read more...] about Companies employing data to help optimize workspace