GoEuro raises $150 million for its travel aggregator

Berlin-based startup GoEuro just raised a new $150 million funding round from Kinnevik and Temasek, with Hillhouse Capital also participating. According to Crunchbase, the company has raised nearly $300 million to date. Chances are you’ve used some sort of flight aggregator before to compare prices and find the best deal. But if you live in Europe, this isn’t enough. Sometimes, you want to compare flights with trains and buses. GoEuro…

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Don’t Let Others Make You Small

How High-Achievers Deal With Goal Shaming Big goals are often the seed for big success. Monica Louie knows this firsthand. The Facebook ad expert launched a new company and set an audacious goal of earning $100,000 her first year in business—despite having made only $8,000 the previous year with another venture. It was such a big goal, in fact, that a recently hired business coach advised her against it, stating…

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NASA Finds Massive Rectangular Iceberg In Antarctica

@NASA_Ice/Twitter While Antarctica is full of icebergs, one unique and strange monolith-like slab of ice has caught the attention of NASA.  Scientists were flying over Antarctica when they spotted the massive, rectangular iceberg off the east coast of the Antarctic Peninsula, near the Larsen C ice shelf. Known as a ‘tabular iceberg’, the straight, flat, frozen block looks like it’s been deliberately cut into shape using a ruler and protractor….

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2018 New York Wine Experience: The Sommelier Team (Wine Spectator)

One of the Wine Spectator New York Wine Experience’s most important behind-the-scenes teams reports at dawn, uniformed in white jackets, and armed with a waiter’s key and a well-trained palate. They’re the Wine Experience Somm Team, and each year they come from around the world to taste every bottle backstage before it is poured at the seminars and ensure that no bad bottle hits the table during the event’s many…

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Trending: Our Top Outdoor Stories This Week

A recap of popular stories this past week, October 14-20, 2018. 1) Elk Hunter Mauled by Grizzly Near Yellowstone, Blinds Self With Bear Spray Bob Legasa survived the attack thanks to his hunting partner’s quick thinking. But not before a debilitating bear encounter in Gallatin National Forest in Montana. 2) Sherpa Trailer Blends Burly Build With Off-Road Luxury You want an off-road trailer that’s burly as they come. But you don’t want to give…

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Frank Stella’s Riotous Interpretation of Moby-Dick

“A Bower in the Arsacides” (1993), lithograph, etching, aquatint, relief, collagraph on white TGL handmade paper, 58 1/4 x 49 5/8 inches (all images courtesy Anders Wahlstedt Fine Art) Herman Melville’s novels and poems found little appreciation in his lifetime. He achieved limited financial success, making just over $10,000 from a decades-long career in writing. Yet reappraisal of the author’s texts in the 1910s and 1920s cemented Melville in the firmament…

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Hayley & Luke

I don’t think there’s a bride that sums up the ‘boho luxe’ style more than gorgeous Hayley. She wears The Row, which instantly makes her a total goddess, and accessorised with a foliage crown and celestial Zoe & Morgan jewellery she ticks all the cool boxes too. This wedding is just so full of love and fun, which stems from the fact that Hayley and Luke held their reception at…

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Lara Croft Inspired Generations Of Women And Revolutionised Video Games

Square Enix When children are asked ‘what do you want to be when you grow up’ they could reply with absolutely anything but often the answers are very similar. While most of my peers responded by saying they dreamed of being actors, singers or even superheroes, my reply was always quite different – I wanted to become an archeologist. Mainly thanks to Terry Deary, the man behind the Horrible Histories…

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Pelican Soft Cooler Review

Like most folks who enjoy the outdoors, I often use a cooler to keep stuff cold. And cooler performamce is especially important to me, as I’m a hunter and I live in the southern USA, where the weather can be warm or hot for most of the year… and allowing that to keep me indoors is just not an option. I need to get outside, where I belong! And to…

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Cushing’s Disease in Dogs — Signs, Diagnosis and Treatment

The post Cushing’s Disease in Dogs — Signs, Diagnosis and Treatment by Jackie Brown appeared first on Dogster. Copying over entire articles infringes on copyright laws. You may not be aware of it, but all of these articles were assigned, contracted and paid for, so they aren’t considered public domain. However, we appreciate that you like the article and would love it if you continued sharing just the first paragraph…

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