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Nensi Dojaka, right.
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On Tuesday morning, Albanian womenswear designer Nensi Dojaka rose above some 1,900 applicants from 110 countries to win the 2021 edition of the LVMH Prize for Young Designers, which includes a €300,000 grant and a yearlong mentorship.

Since its founding in 2014, the LVMH Prize has promised to provide emerging talent from around the world with funding and insider connections. For young fashion designers trying to make their way in the industry, both are invaluable. Past winners include Thebe Magugu, Marine Serre, and Grace Wales Bonner. Last year, however, was an

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Nevin Harrison
Gold medalist Nevin Harrison of Team USA celebrates at the medal ceremony following the Women’s Canoe Single 200m Final A on Day 13 of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games at Sea Forest Waterway on August 5, 2021.

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American teen Nevin Harrison won gold in the inaugural women’s canoe single 200-meter final in Tokyo on Thursday, becoming the first winner of the Olympic event. She took home the U.S.’ first canoe or kayak sprint medal since 1992. 

The 19-year-old was dominant in her race, paddling in just under 46 seconds and leading through most of

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METAIRIE, La., Aug. 04, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Alacrity Connect, a custom mobile application developed by Susco Solutions (Susco), was honored by this year’s American Business Awards in the “Business Technology – Insurance Solution” category with a Bronze Stevie Award. The mobile application acts as a fully integrated adjuster portal for Alacrity Solutions (Alacrity), one of the nation’s largest independent adjusting firms.

Presented with the challenge of quickly connecting adjuster activity to policyholders and claimants, Alacrity partnered with Susco to develop Alacrity Connect. Traditionally, the claims assignment and service process was immensely manual, which resulted in longer claims

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Lewis Hamilton won the Formula 1 British Grand Prix on Sunday at Silverstone in both controversial and dramatic fashion, pipping Charles Leclerc in the penultimate lap after having played a part in Max Verstappen‘s crash at the start of the race.

The race began with controversy as Hamilton’s title rival Verstappen hit the barriers after colliding with the Englishman in the opening lap, causing the race to be stopped.

Hamilton received a ten-second penalty for his role in the incident while Verstappen had to be rushed to hospital.

The incident left Leclerc out in first, and despite

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Visitors gather outside the Nokia booth at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 26, 2019. REUTERS/Sergio Perez/File Photo

STOCKHOLM, July 19 (Reuters) – Nokia (NOKIA.HE) on Monday won its first 5G radio contract in China, securing a share in one of China Mobile’s (0941.HK) three new 5G contracts, while Nordic rival Ericsson (ERICb.ST) lost market share after getting caught up in a political spat.

As is customary, Chinese companies took the lion’s share of the order. Huawei (HWT.UL) took a majority share in all three contracts, followed by ZTE (000063.SZ), according to a document published by China Mobile.

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It’s another win for Nintendo as a court has ruled in their favour and has ordered the owner of ROM-hosting website RomUniverse to pay over $2,100,000 in damages because of copyright infringement and federal trademark infringement. The lawsuit was first presented in September 2019 which saw Nintendo seeking damages from RomUniverse, a website that hosted pirated copies of Nintendo games. RomUniverse not only gave people the ability to download illegal copies of Nintendo titles, but it also offered a subscription service that uncapped the download limit for those willing to pay a premium.

The Judge decided not to issue a

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