Forbes : consumer
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From Hockey To Boxing, How Independent Companies Are Revolutionizing Community Fitness In London  01h54 28 janvier
James Ayles, Contributor
Initially started by former care worker Kat Bryson as a fitness group on Clapham Common, the first session was attended by four people.
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Best Streaming Devices: How To Cut The Cord  21h03 07 janvier
Chuck Tannert, Forbes Staff
A guide to the best streaming hubs with access to Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Hulu , and more.
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Ascot Marries Tradition With Innovation As Famous Racecourse Rolls Out Ambitious Upgrades  22h29 19 décembre
James Ayles, Contributor
Woven throughout the austere venue is increasingly advanced technology as part of sweeping upgrades throughout the grounds.
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The Best Dog Harnesses For Your Four-Legged Friend  19h58 19 décembre
Larry Olmsted, Contributor
There are a lot of different great reasons to get your dog a harness, and these are the best harnesses on the market.
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The Best Dog Beds For Home, Travel And More  19h52 19 décembre
Larry Olmsted, Contributor
Your best friend deserves the best dog beds for home and on the road. Here’s a list of great choices.
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The Best Ski Socks  15h31 13 décembre
Allison Olmsted, Contributor
There are lots of companies making socks and some are better-much better-than others. Here are the best.
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Spartan Race Targets Further Global Expansion And Olympic Recognition After Successful 2019 Season Ends With First-Ever Obstacle Course Race Held At Twickenham  00h22 06 décembre
James Ayles, Contributor
Since 2016, Spartan have seen the number of participants grow by around 300% with turnover doubling, growing hopes that the sport can achieve Olympic recognition in time for the 2028 Games.
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Olympic Legend Sir Ben Ainslie Joins Team GBR For SailGP Second Series As He Targets America’s Cup Glory  23h38 03 décembre
James Ayles, Contributor
British Olympic legend Sir Ben Ainslie will compete for TeamGBR in SailGP next season as part of his preparations for the 2021 America’s Cup.
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3 Reasons Netflix’s Rhythm And Flow’ Provides A Refreshing Take On Music Competition Shows  01h05 30 novembre
Kristin Westcott Grant, Contributor
A look at the Netflix music competition show Rhythm and Flow and how it differentiates itself from its predecessors like The Voice and American Idol.
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Supply and Demand: The Leaking Ship Of Landlords and Tenants  15h12 28 novembre
Gary Barker, Contributor
Barely six months since the government enacted the Tenant Fees Act on 1 June, reports have steadily been coming in that rents have been on the increase as more and more landlords are choosing to exit the market.
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Gareth Southgate: How Big Data And Cloud Helps England Prepare For Euro 2020  16h52 27 novembre
Steve McCaskill, Contributor
England manager Gareth Southgate discusses how Big Data, AI and cloud technologies are aiding the senior team and player development
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Berlin’s Biggest Landlord Warns Against Rent Freeze  08h54 27 novembre
Emanuele Midolo, Contributor
The German capital’s plan to limit soaring housing costs is scaring off investors, according to the city’s largest residential landlord.
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Robert Lewandowski Performance Underlines Status As The World’s Best Striker  22h58 26 novembre
Manuel Veth, Contributor
Polish striker Robert Lewandowski has led Bayern Munich to win Champions League Group B ahead of English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur. The Polish forward scored four goals in the span of just 14 minutes in Bayern’s 6-0 win over Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday.
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LPGA And Ladies European Tour Join Forces To Revive Women’s Golf In Europe  21h31 26 novembre
Matthew Cooper, Contributor
The future of women’s golf in Europe has been boosted with news that the LET player membership has supported a joint venture partnership with the LPGA.
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UEFA Could Launch Champions League Streaming Service  16h17 25 novembre
Steve McCaskill, Contributor
UEFA could go it alone if broadcast deals don’t match expectations