London's dining scene has always been...you got it, a melting pot. Now that Muslims make up close to 5 percent of the UK population, traditional halal fare combined with the hottest food crazes are becoming popular menu items.
The Anglo-Dutch company will scrap its London corporate headquarters and make Rotterdam its sole legal home. The move is seen as a blow to efforts to keep post-Brexit investment in the country.
The firm is under fire for harvesting the data of millions of Facebook users and selling it to political actors. A recently surfaced video also purports to show the company's CEO promoting bribery and entrapment.
The travel market catering to Muslims is growing, but also attracts criticism. Entrepreneur Fazal Bahardeen is advocating for Halal Tourism at Berlin's world leading travel trade show.
A good meal can ease the pain of a long layover overseas. RewardExpert sought out to find out which international airports serve the best food.
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