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Food

Spring salad recipes, from papaya and peanut to chipotle chicken and avocado 

The sun is out so it’s time to pack away your bowls of broth and turn over a new leaf with our collection of seasonal dishes that make the most of spring’s bounty.

Finance

We took a 1,000-horsepower electric luxury sedan for a spin on the streets of Silicon Valley

We have driven, reported on, road-tripped, and talked about our fair share of electric and hybrid vehicles at Business Insider. These are exciting times for a technology that was born more than 100 years ago, but only started to gain steam in the last 20

Asia

No joke: have China's censors gone too far with ban on humour app?

End of Neihan Duanzi, which united strangers around funny memes, has driven users underground where they openly question controls over societyThere is a not-so-secret club in China. Members find each other in traffic by honking their horn – one long hon

Technology

Justice Department opens investigation into wireless carriers

The U.S. Justice Department is probing the major national wireless carriers and an industry group over possible coordination to make it harder for customers to switch carriers.

Showbiz & TV

Kate Upton heads to the beach in uplifting bikini for photoshoot

KATE Upton is back modelling swimwear after her embarrassing fall from rocks last month. The actress, 25, was knocked into the sea by a wave on a photoshoot at Aruba island. But she got straight back on the beach in an uplifting black bikini top for Yamam

Technology

Acxiom CEO says data industry bracing for regulation

SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Companies that buy and sell consumer data are preparing for increased scrutiny from U.S. lawmakers after a scandal over how social network Facebook handles personal information, Acxiom Corp's chief executive said on Friday.

Politics

Missouri governor charged with felony computer data tampering

(Reuters) - Missouri Governor Eric Greitens, already facing an invasion-of-privacy trial next month stemming from an extramarital affair, was charged separately on Friday with felony computer data tampering, prosecutors said.

Australia

Facebook and Google must be held to account, TV networks say

Australian TV lobby says digital giants do not ‘contribute in any meaningful way towards cost of the content they monetise’•Sign up to receive the top stories in Australia every day at noon Facebook and Google must be forced to be more transparent i

Business

Mets Look Good But Some Questions Linger

From Matt Harvey and Jose Reyes to even Jay Bruce, the club has some decisions to make.

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