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Pacquiao to undergo shoulder surgery: report


Los Angeles (AFP) - Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao, who lost a unanimous decision to Floyd Mayweather in their welterweight unification fight on Saturday, has a torn rotator cuff and will undergo shoulder surgery, ESPN reported on Monday.

Only 5 percent of bank aid recovered: Spain central bank


Madrid (AFP) - Spain has recovered only five percent of 51.3 billion euros ($57.2 billion) of state aid given to the country's banking sector since 2009 to prevent its collapse, the Bank of Spain said.

Ryan Gosling just joined Vine and fans are going nuts over his first post


America's favorite heartthrob just joined Vine. Welcome, Ryan Gosling! The internet has been waiting for you.

Wenger tells Arsenal to set sights on second


Kingston upon Hull (United Kingdom) (AFP) - Arsene Wenger has challenged his Arsenal side to finish the season unbeaten and secure second place in the Premier League.

New York party of the year kowtows to China


New York (AFP) - China's march towards global ascendancy has taken another leap forward -- at least when it comes to New York high society and its most glittering fashion extravaganza, the Met Ball.

Germany's Merkel defends cooperation with US spy agency


Berlin (AFP) - German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Monday insisted her country needed to work with American intelligence agencies, in the wake of claims Berlin helped the US spy on EU leaders and companies.

LinkedIn wants its Mountain View headquarters to have a movie theater, NBA-sized basketball court and geothermal heat (LNKD)


LinkedIn already has a lease on a 26-story San Francisco high rise, but obviously that hasn't stopped the professional networking service from dreaming of a Googleplex of its own.

Bayern boss Guardiola looks to outwit old friends


Barcelona (AFP) - Pep Guardiola will return to the Camp Nou with the away side for the first time on Wednesday as Barcelona's most successful coach takes Bayern Munich to the Catalan stronghold in the first-leg of their Champions League semi-final.

Here's how Silicon Valley really thinks about diversity in hiring


Last week at the Milken Institute conference, Ben Horowitz, co-founder and general partner of Andreessen Horowitz, sat down with Re/Code's Kara Swisher.

These 15 tech company logos have changed drastically since they started


Technology changes so fast that even the largest tech companies have to constantly change itself to stay alive.

People are furious about this year's 'borderline racist' Met Gala theme


Search the #MetGala hashtag on Twitter, and you won't just find fashion fans gushing over their favorite looks — not this year, anyway.

Google's plan to build a futuristic domed campus may lose out to LinkedIn as tech real estate race heats up


There's a mad land grab in Mountain View, California, and Google and its neighbor LinkedIn are at the heart of it.

Vanity Fair reveals 'Star Wars' baddie on May the Fourth


Los Angeles (AFP) - Vanity Fair on Monday unveiled the first photo of a new villain from the upcoming highly-anticipated "Star Wars" film -- on a day fans around the world celebrate the blockbuster space saga.

Selfies are banned at the Met Gala, but these stars are skirting the rules on Instagram


Social media has been banned from the Met Gala this year, but that isn't stopping the celebrities and fashion industry bigwigs invited to the event from indulging in one final selfie before entering.

What REALLY happens inside a multi-million dollar crowdfunding campaign


The strange story of the second-most popular crowdsourced campaign on Indiegogo, which has raised over $5.7 million, has erupted in a lawsuit.

Bill Ackman's bullish call on this stock sent shares up 6%


Legendary hedge fund activist investor Bill Ackman has made a lot of short calls. But his long pick late in the day at the Sohn Conference Foundation in New York sent one company's stock spiking.  Jarden Corp.

Here's what everyone is wearing at the China-themed Met Gala


The Met Gala — also known as The Met Ball or "fashion prom" — is currently underway at the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

A new interview sheds crucial light on ISIS's reclusive leader


There are few global figures who are as important as ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi about whom so little is known.

'Mad Men' provides a fascinating glimpse into the ongoing battle for workplace equality


Spoiler alert: This article contains details from the twelfth episode of "Mad Men" from season seven.  We'd be remiss if we lauded the most recent episode of "Mad Men" as the singular depiction in the show's history of pervasive and systemic sexism in the workplace.

BREMMER: There was a time when geopolitics was dangerous, yet stable — not anymore


A turbulent geopolitical environment is presenting the global economy with potential for major turmoil, warned Ian Bremmer at the Sohn Conference Foundation in New York Monday.  And, it could be on Washington to temper its expectations — and watch its temper.  Bremmer is founder and president of geopolitical analysis firm Eurasia Group — which has been busy in recent months, in part thanks to the political storm that has been brewing between Russia and Ukraine.  "Our willingness to engage on behalf of our allies is changing," he said at the event.


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