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2019-01-22 14:04:31

Carmelo Anthony has been traded to his 5th team in 16 months, and he will likely be moved again in the coming weeks  

Mary Altaffer/AP After a tumultuous 16 months that saw his role drastically shift from NBA star to teamless free agent, Carmelo Anthony has been traded from the Houston Rockets to the Chicago Bulls, per ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. Anthony will not play any games with the Bulls, but the team will not immediately waive him to keep open the opportunity for a one-for-one swap before the February 7 trade deadline. Either way, the 10-time All-Star will likely find himself on a new NBA roster in th

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2019-01-22 12:26:34

Here's how much Super Bowl tickets cost, less than 2 weeks from game day  

AP Photo/Danny Karnik Super Bowl tickets don't come cheap. The average listing price for a Super Bowl 2019 ticket in Atlanta, Georgia, is about $7,000 as of January 22, according to resale site SeatGeek. Fans attending the Super Bowl at Mercedes-Benz Stadium will enjoy the retractable roof, beautiful lounges, a bar the length of a football field, and stunning views of the city's skyline. Year after year, football fans put up big money for Super Bowl tickets. The New England Patriots wil

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2019-01-22 11:53:53

The Supreme Court is allowing Trump to implement the transgender military ban  

REUTERS/Joshua Roberts The US Supreme Court decided Tuesday to lift an injunction against the Trump administration's transgender military ban. The decision allows the administration to implement its policy, which bars certain transgender troops from joining or staying in the military. President Donald Trump asked the Supreme Court to lift the injunction and issue a ruling on the merits of cases being reviewed in lower courts. Justices refused to bypass normal judicial proceedings, allowing

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2019-01-22 11:40:53

Morning Docket: 01.22.19  

* In college hoops corruption trial, it seems the defense wants to confuse having a "reason" with having an "excuse." The judge is not here for it. [Law360] * On the same theme, here's an exploration of how billable hour pricing models encourage overbilling that doesn't confuse identifying the impetus of bad behavior with excusing it. [American Lawyer] * Dog Gone! DA drops animal cruelty charges in "authorities accuse lawyer of sex with dog" case, putting an end to the most bizarre of the

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2019-01-22 11:32:22

19 of the biggest 2019 Oscar snubs and surprises, from 'First Man' to 'Roma'  

Annapurna Pictures, Warner Bros., A24 The nominations for the 2019 Academy Awards nominations were announced January 22, 2019. Many were shocked to see Timothée Chalemet and Ethan Hawke left off the list. Netflix original "Roma" surprised with some of the biggest nominations of the morning, including best actress and best picture. The 2019 Oscar nominations were announced January 22, 2019. Although the list includes some much-deserved nominations for "Spider-Man: Into th

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2019-01-22 11:28:50

Here are all the known contacts between the Trump campaign and Russian government-linked people or entities  

Since May 2017, special counsel Robert Mueller has been investigating Russian government interference in the 2016 election and possible coordination between the Trump campaign and Moscow.  There are at least 101 known points of contact between people associated with the Trump campaign and Russian government-linked individuals or entities from November of 2015 all the way up to January of 2017.  Here is the full timeline of all the Trump campaign and transition team's communicati

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2019-01-22 10:50:07

Supreme Court Allows Trump To Discriminate Against Transgender People Willing To Die For Stupid Country  

Court will not enjoin Trump from discrimination while lower court cases play out.

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2019-01-22 10:34:49

There's an easy trick for locating your lost AirPods — here's how to use it (AAPL)  

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider If you lost your AirPods, don't shell out for a new pair just yet.  There's an easy trick for locating them, so long as they aren't dead or out of range — all you need is access to Apple's Find My iPhone service.  Here's a step-by-step guide for how to track down your lost AirPods.  So, you lost your AirPods. Now what? At $159, it's not exactly cheap to buy a new pair. Even an individual AirPod — or case — can run you $69

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2019-01-22 10:21:26

Measure For Measure In The Smartphone Patent Wars  

When will Sony get its due? At it turns out, the company is already getting paid...

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2019-01-22 09:51:25

Turns Out Harvard Law School Is A Great Matchmaker  

Why do law students fall in love? This professor has some theories.

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2019-01-22 09:43:52

Vodafone and IBM sign a $550 million deal forming joint venture (VOD, IBM)  

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence IoT Briefing subscribers hours before it appeared on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. UK-based multinational telecommunications company Vodafone and leading tech company IBM have formed a wide-ranging partnership to jointly pursue solutions in a variety of developing technology sectors, reports TechCrunch. Business Insider Intelligence See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Here's why Goo

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2019-01-22 09:09:45

Tales From An Unsuspecting T14 1L: New Year, New Worries  

Does the entire law school experience feel like a set up to anyone else?

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2019-01-22 08:48:24

The Rumors Of Her Demise Were Greatly Fabricated  

Fox & Friends made a tiny mistake.

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2019-01-22 08:21:12

After my hard drive crashed and lost 3 months of work, I devised a foolproof backup system to protect myself in the future  

Allan Rotgers/flickr I've made a lot of mistakes since I left New York to travel around the world as Business Insider's international correspondent. By far the worst was when the external hard drive with all of my photos, videos, and interviews failed. When I returned home in September, I decided to find a foolproof method for backing up all my important data so I would never lose it again. I decided on three layers of backup security. I now back up everything to two highly reliable ex

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2019-01-22 07:47:26

A Chinese icebreaker ship crashed into an iceberg at the South Pole  

AP In a burst of irony, a Chinese icebreaker crashed into an iceberg over the weekend. The Xue Long, which was traveling at relatively low speeds at the time, collided with an iceberg obscured by thick fog in western Antarctica's Amundsen Sea on Saturday. The ship suffered some damage, but the crew was unharmed. The Chinese icebreaker research ship Xue Long (Snow Dragon) crashed into an iceberg over the weekend, according to Chinese media. The ship collided with the iceberg on Saturday

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2019-01-22 07:45:23

This one picture shows how much Nintendo systems have improved in the last 20 years  

Reddit/TechFocused The photo above, shared on Reddit by a user named "TechFocused," shows how far Nintendo has come in the past two decades. What you're seeing is a Game Boy Color from 1998 (running the first "Pokémon" game from 1998), stacked on top of a Nintendo Switch from 2017, running the latest Pokémon game released in late 2018. I remember getting my very first Game Boy — a Game Boy Color — around 1998 or 1999. I was about 10 years old, and my parents gif

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2019-01-22 07:41:03

Here's the town in every state with the most single people  

Using data from the US Census Bureau, we found the town in every state with the highest share of residents who have never been married. Many of the towns are home to major colleges or universities. The American Community Survey is an annual survey run by the Census Bureau to allow the government, corporate and academic researchers, and anyone who is curious about demographics to better understand the US population. Among many other subjects, the ACS includes questions about pe

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2019-01-22 07:02:38

How To Stop Outside Counsel From Mishandling Enforcement Matters  

One way to guarantee that outside lawyers aren't secretly antagonizing regulatory agencies or otherwise mishandling the investigation.

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2019-01-22 06:23:47

Above The Law's 2018 Lawyer Of The Year Contest: The Winner!  

With competitors like the special counsel and a sitting Supreme Court justice, you may be surprised by this year's winner.

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2019-01-22 06:22:44

Netflix is sliding after receiving its first-ever Oscar nomination for best picture  

Netflix Netflix received a best-picture Oscar nomination for the black-and-white drama "Roma." It was the streaming giant's first nomination for best picture.  Despite the announcement, shares of Netflix slid nearly 3%, underperforming the broader market. Watch Netflix trade live here. Netflix shares fell more than 3% Tuesday after the streaming platform received its first best-picture Oscar nomination for its black-and-white drama "Roma." The film drew other nominations across c

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2019-01-22 05:34:53

Coursera offers a free online class called 'Learning How to Learn' that gives you the tools to master any topic  

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. Coursera/Facebook Learning a new topic, whether for a career move or an academic test, is no small feat.  The free and popular Coursera class "Learning How to Learn" makes the process easier and teaches students about the science of learning.  By understanding the underpinnings of how your brain works, processes informat

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2019-01-22 05:25:06

Amex's billed business accelerated slightly in Q4 (AXP, COST, AMZN, DELL)  

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence "Payments Briefing" subscribers hours before appearing on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. Amex had a strong quarter in Q4 2018 as the firm continues to distance itself from the 2016 sale of its Costco portfolio, which comprised 8% of its billed business and had a multiyear impact on the firm. Business Insider IntelligenceSee the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Signet Jewelers has agr

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2019-01-22 04:48:21

I Told You So: Now What? The In-House Counsel Search And Salvage Mission  

Sometimes, you just need to let your team fail, especially when they don't listen to your advice.

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2019-01-22 04:27:36

Ariana Grande apologized for reposting a fan who said her '7 Rings' lyric about buying hair is 'gonna solve racism'  

Ariana Grande/YouTube Ariana Grande released a new song Friday morning called "7 Rings," along with an accompanying music video. Some listeners — including rappers Soulja Boy and Princess Nokia — accused Grande of stealing aspects of the hip-hop infused track from black artists. In particular, many have said the lyric, "You like my hair? Gee thanks, just bought it," whitewashes the politics surrounding hair in black communities. Grande did not directly address the backlash

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2019-01-22 03:44:06

Netflix finally broke its Oscar curse with 13 nominations, including its first for best picture and some surprises  

Netflix Netflix was nominated for 13 Oscars on Tuesday for its movies "Roma" and "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs." "Roma" leads the nominations with 10, and "Scruggs" was nominated in three categories. The streaming giant overcame criticism throughout the awards season to become an Oscar favorite. It's been a long road to this year's Oscar nominations for Netflix, but the streaming giant pulled off over a dozen nominations when they were announced on Tuesday. Netflix received 13 nominatio

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2019-01-22 02:27:56

Starbucks' ex-CEO is reportedly considering running for president as an independent candidate (SBUX)  

Starbucks Howard Schultz, formerly the leader of Starbucks, is reportedly considering running for president as an independent candidate.  An independent candidate could split the progressive vote, making it easier for Trump to be reelected, according to some Democratic strategists.  Schultz's political efforts as CEO of Starbucks are well-documented, including when he blasted Trump's attempt to bar refugees from entering the United States and spearheaded the company's examination

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2019-01-22 02:14:50

Rafael Nadal just thrashed Frances Tiafoe and couldn't help but marvel at the American's ripped body in his post-match interview  

Getty Images Rafael Nadal beat Frances Tiafoe in straight sets on Tuesday. And shortly after the win, he joked with John McEnroe that though he defeated the American, Tiafoe has him beat when it comes to looks. Nadal said: "Being honest, I don't have his body." Rafael Nadal thrashed Frances Tiafoe in straight sets on Tuesday but couldn't help but marvel at the American's ripped body in a post-match interview conducted by John McEnroe. Incredible serving, powerful forehands, and a wildly

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2019-01-22 01:53:19

This service dog's adorable reaction to meeting Cinderella at Disneyland is the most relatable thing you'll see all day  

Flickr/Jenny Park mydisneyadventures Who among us hasn't wanted to hug our favorite Disney princess at Disneyland? Turns out, dogs are no different. Ashley Wilt shared a video of her service dog-in-training Elijah meeting Cinderella at Disneyland. Like the rest of us would, Elijah ran right up to Her Royal Highness, and the two shared a heartwarming cuddle session. Watch the video below.   Visit INSIDER's homepage for more. Read more: There's a simple hack to get

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2019-01-22 01:24:48

This free news app lets you read stories from more than 300 trusted sites — even when you don't have an internet connection  

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. SmartNews SmartNews is a free news app that delivers stories from hundreds of trusted publishers, makes it easy to discover new topics and media sites, and lets you access content with or without an Internet connection.  The app features a simple, intuitive design. Swipe through different channels that host different topics (T

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2019-01-21 18:04:46

Giuliani says Trump 'never spoke' with Michael Cohen about his testimony, a day after asking 'so what?'  

Charles Krupa/AP Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's top attorney, said Monday that Trump did not talk to Michael Cohen before the former lawyer's testimony to Congress. Speaking to the New York Daily News, Giuliani said Trump "never" spoke with Cohen, a day after he said he "didn't know" if Trump had spoken to him about the testimony. Cohen has admitted to lying to Congress in his 2017 testimony about discussions for developing a Trump Tower deal in Moscow. Trump and Cohen's potentia

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2019-01-21 17:28:59

How to Make Good Business Decisions  

Bad business decisions can cost your company thousands of dollars. Unfortunately, they aren't always easy to spot before the damage has been done. Here are five questions you should ask to help yourself make good business decisions.

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2019-01-21 15:53:03

These Stocks Could Be the Next Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL)... in a Bad Way  

Apple isn't the only company that could get seriously burned by weak sales in China. Let's look at which other stocks might be the next Apple… in a bad way.

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2019-01-21 15:42:07

Four Tips for Modernizing Meetings in 2019  

Holding the same kind of meetings, where one person talks until everyone is bored out of their minds, is no longer acceptable. Instead, consider using these more effective meeting practices.

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2019-01-21 14:56:30

NBC says it may eventually pull 'The Office' off Netflix to fuel its own streaming service  

NBC NBCUniversal will launch its own ad-supported streaming service in 2020. NBCUniversal CEO Steve Burke told The Wall Street Journal that the company could consider moving "The Office" from Netflix to the new service. "The Office" and NBC's "Parks and Recreation" are two of Netflix's most popular shows, according to data from analytics firm Jumpshot provided to Business Insider. Netflix has been investing heavily in original content as more companies enter the streaming war. When Netf

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2019-01-21 14:39:18

At least 6 are dead from storm slamming the East Coast with frigid air, high winds  

Dennis Nett/The Post-Standard via AP Falling temperatures replaced the weekend's falling snow Monday as bitter cold and gusty winds swept across the eastern United States. The National Weather Service had forecast that temperatures would be more than 20 degrees below normal across the Northeast, with wind gusts up to 30 mph and wind chills in some areas approaching minus 40 degrees. The weather contributed to multiple deaths across several states over the long Martin Luther King Jr. holiday

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2019-01-21 14:23:58

Canada is going to take in more than 1 million new immigrants in the next 3 years  

Jonathan Ernst/Reuters Canada has revealed plans to admit as many as 1,080,000 new permanent residents from 2019 to 2021. Immigration is seen as key to helping strengthen the Canadian economy. With the average immigrant being young, it can help to tackle the challenges of an aging population. A report on immigration found that one in five people living in Canada was born outside the country, with more than 6 million new immigrants arriving since 1990. Want to live and work in Canada? Tha

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2019-01-21 13:15:25

Go inside a $45 million car collection with over 450 cars  

Businessman Rodger Dudding owns one of Europe's largest car collections, with over 450 cars — and he's still adding more. Dudding has been collecting cars for 50 years and has an array of rare rides spanning from 1918 to present day. Business Insider got an exclusive look at some of his favorite cars. Harry Kersh: I'm Harry, and today we're gonna take you for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at one of Europe's biggest car collections. The 450-plus car collection is owned by busin

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2019-01-21 13:12:11

What's Hidden in Employee Expense Reports?  

Employees have been known to bill unusual (and sometimes questionable) items to their expense reports. Here's a look at common problems and abuses that AppZen uncovered in their research of expense reports from over one thousand companies.

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2019-01-21 12:50:13

Here's what happened to all of the brands Sears used to own, from a car-insurance company to a hardware store (SHLD)  

AP Photo/Paul Sakuma In its heyday, Sears was not only the biggest retailer in the world, but it also owned and founded multiple companies and brands offering everything from car insurance to kitchen appliances.  Several of these companies and brands still exist to this day, while others have either been shut down or sold. Here's what happened to them.  In its heyday, Sears was far more than the crumbling department-store chain we see today.  In addition to being the larg

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2019-01-21 12:48:23

These are the top 15 US banks ranked by the mobile banking features consumers value most  

This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. This report is exclusively available to enterprise subscribers. To learn more about getting access to this report, email Senior Account Executive Chris Roth at, or check to see if your company already has access.  New data shows that mobile features have become a key factor that customers weigh when choosing a bank.  Business In

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2019-01-21 12:47:19

There's a new 'Super Mario' game for Nintendo's Switch, and it's a modern mash-up of classic Mario  

Nintendo Nintendo just dropped a major re-release on the Nintendo Switch with "New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe." The game originally launched on Nintendo's failed Wii U, but is getting new life on Nintendo's Switch as a repackaged "Deluxe" edition which includes a bunch of extra stuff. Having spent several hours playing "New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe," I'd strongly recommend it to any classic "Super Mario" superfans. "New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe" is Super Mario as pastiche: It's compo

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2019-01-21 12:41:50

5 Ways to Increase Transparency in the Workplace  

Transparency is important to today's employees and customers. Here are 5 ways you can increase transparency in your workplace.

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2019-01-21 12:34:49

Tax Deductible Startup Expenses  

What expenses are tax deductible when you start a business? Here's an explanation.

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2019-01-21 11:45:04

10 Things to Learn from a Business Failure  

Failing at a business isn't the end of the world. In fact, it could be the beginning of a successful new business. Here are ten things you can learn if you've had a business fail.

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2019-01-21 11:12:15

Work-from-Home Tips to Reduce Distractions and Get More Done  

Distractions keeping you from getting your work done? Here's how you can work more productively when you run a small business from home.

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2019-01-21 09:37:38

Insurance for Independent Contractors  

As an independent contractor, you'll need insurance for several areas of your business. Here's an overview of the types of coverage you'll need.

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2019-01-21 09:22:18

Tips for Buying a Home-Based Franchise  

Buying a home-based franchise could be your ticket to having a home business. But how do you know which ones are legitimate and how do you choose the right one?

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2019-01-21 09:20:17

The Secret to Reaching Your Goals  

Want your business to succeed? The first step is to decide what your business goals are and work from there. Here's why goals are so important.

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2019-01-21 09:09:14

Should You Purchase or Lease Business Equipment?  

Which is better, leasing or buying expensive equipment or machinery for your business? Here are the factors you need to consider to determine the best option for your company.

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2019-01-21 08:14:52

New report reveals an undeclared North Korean missile base headquarters  

KCNA/via REUTERS One of 20 undeclared ballistic missile operating bases in North Korea serves as a missile headquarters, according to a new report.  The Center for Strategic and International Studies report said the Sino-ri complex contributes to developing ballistic missiles capable of reaching South Korea, Japan, and even the US territory of Guam. The report comes three days after US President Donald Trump announced on Friday that he "looks forward" to another summit to discuss denuc

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2019-01-21 07:23:56

Israeli military tweets that a missile attack on Iranian elite forces in Syria is underway  

AP Photo/Hassan Ammar Israel's Defense Forces (IDF) have tweeted that they have begun striking Iranian targets inside Syria. Israel's powerful military tweeted that they are targeting elite units of the Iranian Revolutionary Guards, known as The Quds. Normally reticent, the IDF has not provided any further information, but did warn Syria not to 'harm' any Israeli's or Israeli territory. The move is a calculated response by the IDF which said earlier on Sunday that it intercepted missiles l

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2019-01-21 05:57:59

Tom Brady reportedly sought out Patrick Mahomes in private after beating the Chiefs in a sign of respect to the young quarterback  

Patrick Smith/Getty Tom Brady sought out Patrick Mahomes in private after leading the New England Patriots over the Kansas City Chiefs. The meeting appeared to be a sign of respect from the 41-year-old legend to the 23-year-old rising star. Brady has ruled the AFC for two decades, and there's a chance Mahomes' reign could be coming after the two quarterbacks dueled on Sunday. Tom Brady made a classy gesture to Patrick Mahomes after leading the New England Patriots over the Kansas City Ch

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2019-01-21 05:53:33

Harry Connick Jr sent an open letter to the NFL threatening he won't watch the Super Bowl over blown call that went against the New Orleans Saints  

Evan Agostini/Invision/AP The Los Angeles Rams defeated the New Orleans Saints for a spot in Super Bowl LIII with the help of a blown call near the end of regulation. Noted Saints fan Harry Connick Jr. was not happy and posted an open letter to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Instagram. Connick says he won't be watching the Super Bowl and wants changes to the NFL's replay review system. The New Orleans Saints lost a shot at being in Super Bowl LII thanks to a controversial blown call,

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2019-01-21 05:42:04

By Beijing's stratospheric standards Chinese economic growth just fell in a hole  

REUTERS/Stringer China’s economy grew by 6.4% in the year to December, the weakest pace since early 2009. In 2018, GDP expanded by 6.6%, largely in line with the “around” 6.5% rate previously nominated by the government. The major surprise from today’s data came from industrial output that accelerated noticeably, and unexpectedly, in the year to December. Economists believe policymakers will continue to roll out targeted stimulus to help support the economy this yea

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2019-01-21 05:18:04

The weirdest things I saw at CES 2019, the biggest tech show of the year  

Dave Smith/Business Insider Business Insider sent me to the annual Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, January 8-11. I spent three full days walking around the show floors, sprawling 11 venues — 2.5 million square feet of exhibit space. While there was a lot of cool cutting-edge tech, there were also a lot of bizarre moments, many of which I captured on camera. CES 2019 is in the books. I saw massive 8K displays, futuristic self-driving cars, robots, smart-home devices, and mu

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2019-01-21 05:08:58

10 things in tech you need to know today  

Facebook Portal/Facebook Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg gave an unconvincing speech to a conference in Munich about privacy, just at the point she needs to sound sincere for regulators.Sandberg talked about how Facebook needed to do better, and its commitment to stopping election interference and abuse, but audience members described her comments as rehearsed. Huawei CEO Ren Zhengfei warned of job losses thanks to global fears

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2019-01-21 04:47:37

BALL DON'T LIE: Chiefs get massive fourth quarter score on an interception after a wild, controversial review over whether Julian Edelman's fingers grazed a punt  

via CBS/NFL A wild sequence of events saw the Chiefs take the lead over the Patriots in the AFC Championship. Julian Edelman mis-played the ball on a punt, and the Chiefs recovered it, running it in for a touchdown. The play was reviewed, and referees found that the ball missed grazing Edelman's thumb by a sliver, meaning the ball was dead and the touchdown was reversed. Two plays later, the Chiefs intercepted Tom Brady, then scored to take the lead, their first of the game. The AFC Cha

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2019-01-21 04:21:46

Chiefs lose AFC Championship after brutal offsides penalty overturns potential game-winning interception in final minute  

CBS The Patriots defeated the Chiefs 37-31 in overtime in the AFC Championship, earning their third straight trip to the Super Bowl. For a moment, it looked as though the Chiefs had sealed the game with an interception late in the fourth quarter, but the play was called back after an offsides penalty. The Patriots took advantage, scoring a go-ahead touchdown and eventually winning the game in overtime. The New England Patriots are heading to the Super Bowl for the third straight year aft

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2019-01-21 03:52:54

Todd Gurley posted an eyebrow-raising Photoshopped photo that appeared to thank the refs for blown call in NFC title game  

Chris Graythen/Getty Images The Los Angeles Rams beat the New Orleans Saints, 26-23, on Sunday in the NFC Championship to punch their ticket to Super Bowl LIII. The deciding play of the game came on a shocking no-call on what looked like a blatant pass interference by the Rams, which allowed Los Angeles to tie the game late and eventually go on to win in overtime. After the game, Rams running back Todd Gurley posted a Photoshopped picture that appeared to thank the referees for their help i

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2019-01-21 03:45:16

The 10 most important things in the world right now  

Julian Finney/Getty Images Hello! Here's everything you need to know on Monday, January 21. 1.  US President Donald Trump has tweeted his anger at Nancy Pelosi.   It was another brisk morning tweetstorm at the White House after Democrats rejected Trump's most recent shutdown proposal.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: We compared Apple's $159 AirPods to Xiaomi's $30 AirDots and the winner was clearSee Also:Some American food-safety inspections aren't happening du

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2019-01-21 03:26:25

The market for tech products for aging baby boomers is expected to balloon to $20 billion by 2020. Here are some of the best  

Thomas Lohnes/Getty Images The number of Americans over the age of 60 will double by 2060 — from 46 million today to 98 million — according to a 2016 report. Scientists said people are living much longer than ever before, too. Some tech companies have been tackling aging and conditions like dementia that often affect the elderly. It's a nice change from the past, when tech products were aimed primarily at younger users and left many older users confused.  Our elders may

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2019-01-21 03:07:12

Set Goals You Can Achieve  

No matter the size of your dreams, you're more likely to realize them when you set goals. Here's how you can set goals more effectively.

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2019-01-21 02:10:35

Kentucky congressman says it's an 'honor to represent' Lincoln Memorial confrontation kids and that their parents should be 'proud' of their viral behavior  

Twitter The Kentucky congressman that represents the parents and mentors of the Covington Catholic High School boys involved in an incident in Washington that subsequently went viral on Saturday says the teachers and parents 'should be proud, not ashamed,' of their kids’ behavior. Kentucky Republican U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie said on Twitter that it was his 'honor to represent them,' adding that they had remained calm in the face of 'racist and homosexual slurs.' The US has been in a h

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2019-01-21 02:02:22

The NFL's overtime rules once again prevented the most exciting scenario in a classic title game  

Charlie Riedel/AP The NFL's overtime rules impacted another classic football game. The New England Patriots beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 37-31, in the AFC Championship after scoring on the first drive of overtime. Patrick Mahomes, the likely MVP and most exciting young player in the league, was left on the sidelines without a chance to try and tie the game. This also happened in the 2016 Super Bowl, when then-MVP Matt Ryan lost to the Patriots in overtime without touching the ball. The

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2019-01-21 01:52:01

Sean Payton and the Rams defender were given 2 different explanations for why pass interference wasn't called on controversial game-changing play  

Chris Graythen/Getty Referees in the NFC Championship didn't call what appeared to be blatant pass interference on the Los Angeles Rams late in the fourth quarter, causing the New Orleans Saints to settle for a field goal. They later lost in overtime. Rams defensive back Nickell Robey-Coleman, who appeared to commit the violation, said referees told him that it wasn't pass interference because the ball was tipped. Coleman said he thought it was pass interference. Saints head coach Sean Payt

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2019-01-21 01:41:08

Rudy Giuliani's Sunday night suggestion: 'so what' if Trump and Cohen discussed testimony to congress?  

REUTERS/Joshua Roberts The US president's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, has told Sunday night television that he didn't know if President Donald Trump talked with his former lawyer, Michael Cohen about the latter's congressional testimony. Then Giuliani added, 'so what,' implying the matter was of little import and less legal significance. However, the question is a critical one this week following an earlier BuzzFeed News report suggesting Trump had instructed Cohen to lie to Congress. WASHING

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2019-01-21 01:28:15

He does it again: Tom Brady leads machine-like touchdown drive to send the Patriots to the Super Bowl  

Jeff Roberson/AP Tom Brady led the New England Patriots to the game-winning touchdown in overtime to beat the Kansas City Chiefs and make it back to the Super Bowl. In the first drive of overtime, Brady thrice threw for first downs on third-and-long, keeping the drive alive, eventually leading to a rushing touchdown by Rex Burkhead. The fourth quarter of the game saw some wild action, but the Patriots remained composed enough to pull off the win. Tom Brady did it again, and the New Engla

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2019-01-21 01:25:51

'Fortnite' and other free games raked in more than $87 billion last year, and the rest of the gaming industry is starting to take note  

Epic Games Free-to-play video games generated $87.7 billion in revenue during 2018, according to a new report from research firm SuperData. Asian players account for 62% of spending on free games, and seven of the top 10 grossing free-to-play games belong to Asian publishers. "Fortnite" was the top grossing game of 2018, free or otherwise, with an estimated $2.4 billion in revenue. Revenue generated by mobile games ($61.3 billion) exceeded the combined earnings of games on traditional vide

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2019-01-20 14:32:44

Trump went on a tear against Nancy Pelosi the morning after Democrats rejected his latest shutdown proposal  

Drew Angerer/Getty Images In multiple tweets, Trump tore into Nancy Pelosi after Democrats rejected his proposed government shutdown solution President Donald Trump also said Sunday he was "still thinking" about House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's request to either postpone the State of the Union speech or submit it in writing. Pelosi cited security concerns and asked Trump to prioritize opening the government before he delivers the speech. The State of the Union is currently scheduled for Janu

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2019-01-20 14:30:31

A private island an hour from NYC is for sale for $13 million, and it comes with 2 homes designed by Frank Lloyd Wright and a private helipad  

Douglas Elliman A private island in New York is for sale for $12.9 million. Called Petre Island or Petra Island, the property includes two homes designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright. The island, which sits in Lake Mahopac in Carmel, is only about an hour's drive from New York City. It includes a private helipad and boat dock.   You can now buy a private island an hour from New York City for $12.9 million. Known as Petre Island or Petra Island, the property boasts two ho

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2019-01-20 14:08:49

2020 Democrats rejected Trump's latest 'compromise' to end the shutdown — here's what they had to say  

AP Photo/Matthew Putney Democrats this weekend roundly rejected President Donald Trump's offer to extend protections for Dreamers in exchange for funding for his border wall. Potential presidential candidates including Kirsten Gillibrand, Elizabeth Warren, Kamala Harris, and Bernie Sanders accused the president of using Dreamers as bargaining chips and urged him to end the government shutdown. Trump forced a government shutdown five weeks ago over funding for a border wall. President Tru

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2019-01-20 13:14:35

I know I am part of Apple's iPhone problem but even after doing all my research, I still don't feel the need to upgrade (AAPL)  

Nick Bastone / Business Insider At the beginning of January, Apple announced that its holiday quarter revenue would be 7% lower than expected due to weakening iPhone sales.  Not having upgraded my 7 Plus for over two years, I know I am part of Apple's iPhone problem.  So, I made a trip to my local Apple Store and did some research to see if I should finally upgrade to an iPhone XR or XS. Here's what I decided.  I am part of Apple's iPhone problem.  You see, I own a p

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2019-01-20 12:40:57

The top 7 shows on Netflix and other streaming services this week  

DC Universe Every week, Parrot Analytics provides Business Insider the most in-demand original TV shows on streaming services. This week includes new entry DC Universe's "Young Justice: Outsiders." DC Universe dominated streaming this week with its two original shows at the top of this week's list of the most in-deman streaming shows: "Titans" and its latest animated series, "Young Justice: Outsiders," a revival of Cartoon Network's "Young Justice." Every week, Parrot Analytics provides

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2019-01-20 12:13:37

The CEO of a startup aimed at harnessing the benefits of young blood shares his real plan to beat aging  

Getty Images/Joern Pollex For $8,000, a startup called Ambrosia plans to sell transfusions of young blood for anti-aging purposes. Another longevity company called Alkahest is also focused on blood. But it's taking a very different approach. Instead of opening up a clinic to perform transfusions of young blood, Alkahest researchers aim to develop drugs for age-related diseases which are inspired by their work with plasma.  Blood gets a bad rap. The idea of sharing blood with anothe

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2019-01-20 11:32:23

How Doug McMillon went from a high schooler working at Walmart for $6.50 an hour to a millionaire CEO running one of the world's most powerful companies (WMT)  

Danny Johnston / AP Images Walmart CEO Doug McMillon began working for the retailer in high school. McMillon experienced a meteoric ascent in the company, helming Sam's Club and Walmart International during his rise to the top. McMillon was appointed CEO of Walmart Inc. in 2014. Walmart has been a major part of Doug McMillon's life for years. Back in high school, the future CEO took on a job unloading trucks at the retail chain. While studying for his MBA years later, McMillon deci

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2019-01-20 11:08:28

The internet's 'father' says it was born with two big flaws (GOOGL)  

Troy Wolverton/Business Insider Vint Cerf, one of the creators of the internet, said the network had two big flaws when he launched it. The internet didn't have room for all the devices that would eventually be connected to it, said Cerf, now Google's chief internet evangelist. It also didn't have any built-in security protocols. Even though both shortcomings proved problematic, Cerf's not certain he would have fixed them if he had to do it all over again. The internet was born flawed.

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2019-01-20 10:40:11

Working from home might not be as good for your health as you might think  

Working from home has obvious perks: juggling kids' schedules, no traffic, and employers gain increased productivity, and lower turnover rates.  But there are less obvious downsides, including isolation and loneliness.  Research also shows working from home is far worse for team cohesion and innovation than working in the office. Another study of home workers from 15 countries found 42% of remote workers had trouble sleeping, compared to only 29% who always worked in

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2019-01-20 08:42:57

Merrill Lynch is creating a guide to help wealthy people choose how to spend their money, and there are only 4 options  

Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for Veuve Clicquot Wealth and freedom of choice go hand in hand: The more money you have, the more choices you have. But once you've reached a comfortable level of wealth, your spending should align with your end goal, and there are only four options, according to a forthcoming guide from Merrill Lynch. The guide asks people to decide what they want to do with their wealth: Do you want to spend your fortune, maintain the current level, preserve its buying p

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2019-01-20 08:41:48

Kate McKinnon's Elizabeth Warren takes on 'Donald Jackass Trump' on SNL's Weekend Update  

Saturday Night Live/YouTube Kate McKinnon appeared as Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren on Weekend Update on "Saturday Night Live." Warren announced on December 31 that she would form an exploratory committee for the presidency and has already traveled to Iowa to kick off her pursuit of the Democratic nomination.  "I haven't been this excited since I found out my package from L.L. Bean had shipped," McKinnon, as Warren, said. Warren has been a frequent target of the political right

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2019-01-20 07:24:38

Non Sequiturs: 01.20.19  

* Adam Feldman explores the possible effect on the Supreme Court of replacing Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg with a staunch conservative -- e.g., Judge Amy Coney Barrett. [Empirical SCOTUS] * Speaking of SCOTUS, here's Ilya Somin's read of the tea leaves in Knick v. Township of Scott, an important Takings Clause case.  [Volokh Conspiracy / Reason] * Stephen Embry disagrees with Joe Patrice's suggestion that junior lawyers are going extinct, but Embry acknowledges the major effect that techn...

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2019-01-20 05:44:07

Student debt has prevented hundreds of thousands of millennials from buying homes, Fed says  

REUTERS/Andrew Burton Student debt has risen to $1.5 trillion, surpassing loans for cars and credit cards. That has led to fewer young Americans buying homes, according to a new Federal Reserve report. Loans have reduced recipients' ability to afford down payments and to secure mortgages. Mounting student debt has weighed on homeownership among young Americans, Federal Reserve economists said in a new report. Homeownership among those ages 24 to 32 fell to 36% in 2014 from 45% in 2005

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2019-01-20 05:36:07

4 smart things to do with an extra $50, according to financial planners  

Gleb Leeonov/Strelka Institute/Flickr You have $50 to spare — what should you do with it? Some people may think $50 is pocket change, but it can turn into a lot more if you put it to smart use. You should put it in an emergency fund, deduct it from your paycheck, spend it on investment apps, or invest it in personal-finance resources, such as books, according to the experts. Some money is better than no money. If you can afford to spare $50, don't treat it like loose change. While

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2019-01-20 04:10:59

Check out our exclusive list of the top lawyers working on the biggest deals in the booming marijuana industry that's set to skyrocket to $194 billion globally  

Infinite Global; Dorsey & Whitney; Davies; Duane Morris; Shayanne Gal/Business Insider Business Insider compiled a list of the top lawyers who've worked on the biggest M&A transactions in the marijuana industry to date. Check out our exclusive, subscribers-only list here.  With the rapid spread of marijuana legalization in the US, lawyers are discovering that the tangled web of regulations guiding the rapidly growing industry is a boon for business. After last year's midterm ele

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2019-01-20 03:19:57

The Jeff Bezos Divorce: Why I'm Selling Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) Stock  

Divorce, it turns out, can spark serious emotional trauma, enough so to throw off even the world's most powerful CEOs.

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2019-01-20 03:06:05

Meet Sean McVay, the Los Angeles Rams' 32-year-old offensive mastermind who has taken the NFL by storm  

Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Sean McVay may be the most exciting coach in the NFL. Since being named head coach of the Los Angeles Rams at just 30 years old, McVay has transformed the team from a perennial bottom-dweller to a legitimate Super Bowl contender. Check out McVay's background and how he found his way to the top of the league below: Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay has captured the attention of the NFL world with his stunning memory and his brilliant offensive mind. A Marietta

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2019-01-20 02:13:37

Aaron Sorkin says it's time for a sequel to 'The Social Network' after Facebook's nightmare year  

Writer Aaron Sorkin thinks there should be a sequel to the Facebook origins film he wrote, "The Social Network." He said "a lot of very interesting, dramatic stuff" has happened since the movie came out in 2010. The film's producer has also floated the idea of revisiting the subject.  There should a sequel to "The Social Network," the 2010 film on the origins of Facebook. That's the view of the man who wrote it, Aaron Sorkin, who said there is plenty of new material for another mo

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2019-01-19 20:07:43

The 7 biggest things to expect from Nintendo in 2019  

Nintendo In 2019, Nintendo plans to release the first-ever "core" Pokémon game for the Nintendo Switch. Nintendo is also reportedly working on a new version of the Nintendo Switch, which could arrive in the coming year. Before the end of March 2019, Nintendo is expected to launch its first "Mario Kart" game for smartphones. Nintendo is a notoriously secretive company, and much of the coming year for the Japanese gaming giant is a mystery.  That said, we have a pretty good id

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2019-01-19 18:50:45

The reclusive founder of Huawei broke years of silence after his daughter's arrest in Canada to say he misses her 'very much'  

Dmitry Lovetsky Huawei's founder, Ren Zhengfei, breaking years of silence, has denied charges that his company spies on behalf of China. Huawei is the second-biggest smartphone maker after Samsung and also provides core telecommunications kit to countries around the world. Ren's daughter Meng Wanzhou is Huawei's chief financial officer, who was arrested in Canada at the behest of US authorities in December. The press-shy founder said he missed his daughter and said justice would prevail.

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2019-01-19 17:35:33

Peter King explains why Tom Brady wants it to be 'stupidly, ridiculously, awfully cold' when the Patriots take on the Chiefs on Sunday  

Adam Glanzman/Getty Images The New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs will meet in the AFC Championship on Sunday in Kansas City, with temperatures expected in the single-digits at kickoff. On a recent appearance on "ProFootballTalk Live with Mike Florio," NBC's Peter King explained why Tom Brady is likely hoping for it to be "stupidly, ridiculously, awfully cold" on Sunday. King argues that because Brady has seemingly won in every possible NFL scenario, any straining situation is more

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2019-01-19 14:08:42

Astronauts can attend Amazon's new cutting-edge tech conference for free (AMZN)  

Mark Wilson / Getty Images Amazon is introducing a new event called re:MARS, which focuses on machine learning, automation, robotics, and space technology. re:MARS is inspired by MARS, a private invite-only event hosted by Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos, focused on artificial intelligence and space. The first event will take place this year from June 4-7, and registration will open in March. Pricing information isn't available yet, but astronauts can attend for free. Amazon announced

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2019-01-19 13:51:29

Leaked screenshots reveal Verizon is already testing a video-game streaming service to compete with Microsoft, Google, and Amazon  

Verizon Verizon is the latest company known to be planning a cloud gaming service. Verizon Gaming will let users stream video games directly to their smartphones and other devices. The Verge reported that the Verizon Gaming app is being tested on the Nvidia Shield, a home-theater streaming device, and will be headed to Android devices next. Other companies pursuing cloud gaming services include Microsoft, Google, Amazon, Sony, and Electronic Arts. Verizon is planning a new streaming serv

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2019-01-19 13:30:45

No worries, you can still get a passport during the government shutdown  

Flickr/sean hobson The government shutdown is ongoing, with no end in sight. The State Department does not have funding during the shutdown. But despite the lapse in funding, the State Department's passport functions are still operational. Americans can still apply for and renew passports during the shutdown. The timeframe for receiving a new passport will also remain the same. While the government shutdown is ongoing and the State Department does not currently have funding, Americans

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2019-01-19 12:23:18

Apple is putting the brakes on hiring for certain groups because of slowing iPhone sales (AAPL)  

AP Apple plans to reduce hiring in certain groups, according to a Bloomberg report. CEO Tim Cook informed employees about the hiring changes during an internal meeting earlier this month, but said it was not decided which groups would be affected. Cook stressed that Apple was not implementing a broad-based hiring freeze, and noted that some groups, like its artificial intelligence team, would not be affected.  Apple will cut back on hiring for certain divisions as the company re-adj

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2019-01-19 10:53:04

Trump offered Democrats a limited immigration 'compromise' to end the shutdown. Democrats say it's a 'hostage taking.'  

Associated Press/Alex Brandon President Donald Trump offered protection for so-called Dreamers, who are undocumented immigrants brought to the United States when they were children, as well as other groups of immigrants, in exchange for funding for his border wall in a televised address from the White House on Saturday. Top Democrats have already shot down Trump's proposal, with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi calling the deal "unacceptable." Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer noted in a state

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2019-01-19 09:56:29

The 25 best ski resorts in America according to skiers and snowboarders  

Facebook/Telluride Ski Resort has ranked the 25 best ski resorts in the United States. The ranking is based on data from Facebook, Google, and other top review sites. Beaver Mountain Ski Area in Garden City, Utah was rated as the top ski resort in the country. After skiers and snowboarders pull on many layers of clothing, strap up their boots, and make their way to the slopes, they know that the quality of a resort can make or break their experience. — a star

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2019-01-19 08:29:22

CEO Satya Nadella didn't think it was worth celebrating when Microsoft became the world's most valuable company: 'That's just not stable' (MSFT)  

Scott Olson/Getty Images 2018 was a fantastic year for Microsoft shareholders. But Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told journalists Monday that the price of Microsoft's shares, or its stint as the world's most valuable company, wasn't the kind of metrics that thrill him. Instead, Nadella says that it's more instructive to measure the impact that Microsoft has on the economies in which in participates.    2018 was a standout year for Microsoft shareholders. But that success wasn't

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2019-01-19 08:19:29

The organizers of the Google Walkout are calling on the tech industry to end forced arbitration employment agreements completely (GOOG, GOOGL, FB)  

Troy Wolverton/Business Insider Organizers of last year's Google Walkout, where thousands of employees left their desks to protest the company's handling of executive sexual misconduct cases, are launching a social media campaign called "End Forced Arbitration."  Forced arbitration is an employment practice whereby workers are required to settle any disputes with management out of court, privately.  The campaign will debut Tuesday, Jan. 15 at 9 am EST, and will feature interviews

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2019-01-19 07:12:05

Someone in Silicon Valley is renting a studio apartment for $1,500 a month just for his two cats  

Getty A Silicon Valley landlord is renting his San Jose studio apartment to a pair of cats, whose owner couldn't keep them in his own apartment, according to a San Jose Mercury News report on Sunday.  Rent for the cats is $1,500 per month.  “Basically I’ve got two renters that don’t have opposable thumbs,” the landlord said.  Rental prices in Silicon Valley have skyrocketed to some of the highest in the country, as troves of tech workers have made t

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2019-01-19 06:15:21

The best new technology we saw at CES 2019  

Business InsiderKia Business Insider scoured the 2019 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to find the very best cutting-edge tech. The best new technology we saw at the show came from Kia, with its "Real-Time Emotion Adaptive Driving" tech, or READ. READ scans passengers in the car, detecting their heart rate and facial expressions, to provide a more customizable driving experience tailored around how you're feeling.  Cars are soon going to be able to drive themselves &

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2019-01-19 06:04:31

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