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The Melt update: Great logistics--and free bacon!

A field trip to a local Melt restaurant reveals the chain's secret economic sauce and how it guards against denial-of-lunch attacks. Also, a bug is uncovered.

By November 3, 2011

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Amazon's German workers may strike yet again

German labor union Verdi tells workers to go on strike after Amazon decides against wage-agreement talks.

By April 17, 2014

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Amazon workers in Germany extend strike over wages

More than 600 people walked off the job over the weekend following a dispute over pay.

By June 2, 2014

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Amazon braces for strike outside Seattle headquarters

Employees who have been striking in Germany plan to up their efforts by taking the fight to Amazon at its headquarters in Seattle.

By December 16, 2013

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Alibaba expands Asian footprint with $250m investment in SingPost

The Chinese e-commerce giant will use its 10 percent stake to tap into the Singapore national postal service's regional infrastructure.

By May 29, 2014

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Amazon's German workers go on strike again over pay

About half of the workers at Amazon's distribution center in Leipzig -- 500 people -- have gone on strike, according to a report.

By March 31, 2014

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The Avengers land in Times Square

For a limited time, Discovery's Manhattan museum is hosting a Marvel-themed exhibit. CNET got an opening night preview of the Times Square showcase, which was nirvana for comics nerds.

By May 30, 2014

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VC Tim Draper: Maybe US will end up with 60 states

High-profile venture capitalist says his plan to split California into six different states could get other states thinking the same thing.

By February 24, 2014

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Startup Clinkle taps Netflix's brain trust again

The payments company has hired former Netflix DVD-by-mail lead Andrew Rendich, along with Allison Hopkins, once an HR honcho at the video rental heavyweight.

By December 4, 2013

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Remote-controlled chip could be the future of contraceptives

A tiny chip implanted under a woman's skin can deliver hormonal birth control for up to 16 years and is entering pre-clinical trials next year.

By July 6, 2014