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The world’s largest online retailer, Amazon.com, reported a loss of US$39 million in 2012.
The attack on the World Trade Center on 9/11 resulted in the largest loss of life by a foreign attack on American soil.
6 months before the Challenger disaster a lone engineer told his superiors about the O-Ring problem and warned the result “would be a catastrophe of the highest order: loss of human life.”
In 2004, an Australian research institute published a study on the loss of teaspoons in the workplace.
Long-term stays in space reveal issues with bone and muscle loss in low gravity, immune system suppression, and radiation exposure.
In the US, 70% of workers are not engaged or actively disengaged, the cost of which is a productivity loss of around $500 billion per year.
The death of a loved one makes you up to 21 times more likely to suffer a heart attack within a day of your loss.
A study found that people who enjoy doing laundry are less likely to experience sock loss.
Haiti was demanded compensation from France shortly after gaining independence for its loss of men and slave colony.
100,000 Japanese disappear without trace every year, many to save their honour after a divorce, job loss, failing an exam or debt.
If decapitated, a chicken will die from blood loss before heart failure.