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Mark Zuckerberg joins Silicon Valley bigwigs in calling for government to give everybody free money

During his Harvard Commencement speech, Mark Zuckerberg joined other Silicon Valley elites in calling for universal income.

Source: CNBC.com

Billionaire businessman offers free rent to homeless Manchester attack hero

Businessman seeks to reward homeless man who aided victims of Manchester attack

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Billionaire businessman offers free rent to homeless Manchester attack hero

The co-owner of London’s West Ham United Football Club has promised to give free accommodation to a homeless man who came to the aide of victims of Monday’s Manchester terror attack.

Source: CNBC.com

When Tinder and Southeast Asia's largest ride-hailing app forge a match

Grab and Tinder partnered to offer free rides to passengers in Singapore. CNBC's Uptin Saiidi gives it a try.

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A man who paid off $116,000 to become debt-free by 30 shares his strategy

Derek Sall had to get organized to get out of the red.

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Dish teams with Amazon Alexa for hands-free TV

CNBC's Mike Santoli on Dish TV teaming up with Amazon for a hands-free TV experience on the Alexa device.

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Mancunians offer free shelter, rides to those in need after deadly explosion

Mancunians put on a show of unity in the aftermath of Monday's suspected suicide attack in a bid to bolster city spirit.

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US not changing decision on TPP: Lighthizer

From the TransPacific Partnership (TPP) 11 to the U.S. stance on free trade, Sri Jegarajah reports on the developments out of the APEC trade meeting.

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TPP without US is better than no deal at all, says analyst

David Kuo, CEO of The Motley Fool Singapore, says the world needs co-operation, free trade with or without the U.S..

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Amazon could be planning to bring its checkout-free grocery stores to Europe

Amazon Go will let you walk in, grab your food and walk out, without having to wait to in line to pay.

Source: The Verge