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A 'loudmouth, partisan, political hack who cannot be trusted': Trump lashes out at John Brennan on Twitter  

Getty President Trump questioned John Brennan's record as CIA director in a tweet Saturday morning. He also called Brennan a "loudmouth, partisan, political hack who cannot be trusted with the secrets of our country." Trump's tweet came three days after he revoked Brennan's security clearance, saying the former CIA director was "leveraging" it to make "unfounded and outrageous" claims on television. President Trump lashed out at former CIA director John Brennan on Twitter Saturday mor

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2018-08-19 06:42:49

How Samsung's new Galaxy Note 9 compares with last year's Galaxy Note 8  

Tony Villas-Boas/Business Insider The Galaxy Note 9 is here — but is it an upgrade from last year's Galaxy Note 8? In several ways, yes. The Galaxy Note 9 has a bigger battery, some advanced camera features, and more starting storage. It also comes with a more advanced S Pen that can be used as a remote (which, if you buy the blue version of the Galaxy Note 9, comes in bright yellow). The Galaxy Note 9 is also bigger, heavier, and costs at least $70 more than last year's model, putting

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2018-08-19 06:10:59

Meet Grimes, the Canadian pop star who streams video games and is dating Elon Musk (TSLA)  

Barry Brecheisen/Invision/AP At the Met Gala in early May, a surprising new couple showed up on the red carpet: billionaire tech CEO Elon Musk and Canadian musician and producer Grimes. While Musk has long been known to date successful and high-profile women, the two made a seemingly unlikely pairing. Shortly before they walked the red carpet together, Page Six announced their relationship and explained how they met — over Twitter, thanks to a shared sense of humor and a fascination with

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2018-08-19 04:49:12

Empty hotels, idle boats: What happens when a Pacific island upsets China  

REUTERS/Farah Master China believes Taiwan is part of China and wants the world to agree. China is putting pressure on Taiwan's 18 diplomatic allies to turn their back on the island nation. Beijing last year banned Chinese people from visiting the Pacific island of Palau, one of Taiwan's allies. The ban has led to a steep drop off in Chinese business and investment in Palau. KOROR, Palau (Reuters) - Empty hotel rooms, idle tour boats, and shuttered travel agencies reveal widening fiss

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2018-08-19 04:33:59

People are freaking out because Starbucks is bringing the Pumpkin Spice Latte back in late August. Here's how this year's launch date actually compares with years past. (SBUX)  

Starbucks Pumpkin Spice Latte lovers and haters are freaking out about Starbucks' August 28 launch date.  Some people apparently feel that a late August debut is too early for fall drinks and a sure sign of PSL creep.  This will be the first year that Starbucks has launched the Pumpkin Spice Latte in August since 2014, when the drink debuted on August 26.    Starbucks' decision to bring back the Pumpkin Spice Latte in late August — as seen in internal documen

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2018-08-19 04:02:31

Barging into your home, threatening your family, or making you disappear: Here's what China does to people who speak out against them  

EnginKorkmaz/iStock, Etienne Oliveau/Getty Images, Samantha Lee/Business Insider The Chinese Communist Party has long sought to suppress ideas that could undermine the sweeping authority it has over its 1.4 billion citizens — and the state can go to extreme lengths to maintain its grip. In just the past few years, the government has attempted to muzzle critics by making them disappear without a trace, ordering people to physically barge into their houses, or locking up those close to cri

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2018-08-19 03:17:16

The 25 most generous philanthropists in America today  

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The Chronicle of Philanthropy publishes an annual list of the top 50 philanthropists (both individuals and couples) by calculating their yearly donations. In 2017, America's wealthiest residents donated $14.7 billion to nonprofit organizations. About 60% of the total was donated by people who made their fortunes in tech, suggesting America's philanthropic center is shifting away from Wall Street and towards Silicon Valley, according

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2018-08-19 02:44:51

Why you shouldn't laugh at someone else's phobia — no matter how ridiculous it sounds  

Aaron Amat / Shutterstock All phobias are irrational and specific. But some can seem more ridiculous and unbelievable than others. You should never laugh at someone's fears or dismiss them in any way. If you do, you're likely to make the person feel embarrassed, which will make their fear worse. While one person could be afraid of pens, the one mocking them could be terrified of flying. So don't act superior — we all have our weak spots. Most people are scared of something &m

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2018-08-19 02:25:31

San Francisco's housing market is so out of control, 60% of tech workers say they can't afford homes  

HBO The San Francisco Bay Area's housing market is so bleak, even tech workers are struggling to buy a home there. A survey by Blind found that 59% of employees at Bay Area tech companies said they cannot afford homes. Cisco, eBay, and Intuit had the highest percentage of employees who said home ownership is elusive.   In Silicon Valley, buying a home is out of reach even for the region's tech workers.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: LinkedIn's gorgeous San

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2018-08-19 01:40:13

White House counsel Don McGahn reportedly calls Trump 'King Kong' behind his back  

Andrew Harnik/AP White House counsel Donald McGahn reportedly sometimes has a fraught relationship with President Donald Trump and calls him "King Kong" behind his back. The New York Times reported several current and former White House officials said McGahn was frustrated by Trump's "volcanic anger" and frequent outbursts. The report also revealed that McGahn has sat for over 30 hours of questioning by special counsel Robert Mueller's team as part of their look at possible obstruction of

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2018-08-19 01:34:47

13 of Aretha Franklin's most inspirational quotes on music, respect, and love  

Jamie McCarthy/Getty; Business Insider Aretha Franklin died at her home in Detroit on Thursday at the age of 76, her publicist told the Associated Press. The "Queen of Soul" was one of the best-selling female artists in history with 75 million records sold worldwide in her career. These are 13 of her most inspirational quotes throughout her expansive career and life.On love: Getty; Business Insider On respect: Kevin Winteri/Getty; Business Insider On songwriting: Rick Diamondi/Getty; Bus

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2018-08-19 01:31:30

7 of the biggest financial problems millennials face that their parents didn't  

Vivien Killilea/Getty Images for Henri Bendel Millennials are the generation born between 1981 and 1996. Because they came of age during the Great Recession, millennials are dealing with a number of financial problems. Some of millennials' most critical money problems are student loan debt, inflating living costs, unexpected expenses, and needing to save more for life milestones. Defined as the cohort born between 1981 and 1996, millennials are the generation known for being tech-

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2018-08-19 01:10:33

ICE says the man they arrested while he was driving his pregnant wife to hospital is wanted on homicide charges in Mexico  

YouTube/CBS Los Angeles A California mother said she had to drive herself to a hospital and give birth alone because Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested her husband. ICE officials said Saturday evening that the man, Joel Arrona-Lara is wanted in Mexico on homicide charges. News of Arrona-Lara's arrest gained traction on Saturday after local media outlets obtained surveillance footage of his wife at a gas station, in tears, after her husband was taken away. A California mother

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2018-08-18 21:48:05

These are the most positively reviewed apps in the history of the Apple App Store — and the top result may surprise you (AAPL)  

Darren WeaverApple's App Store has over 2 million apps, so it can be hard to find which ones are worth your time and which ones aren't.  That's why Apple built in a rating system, to let users say which apps are 1-star and which ones are 5-star worthy. Apple's ratings and reviews influence how apps show up in search results, and you can see the rating before you download. But which apps over the 10 years since the App Store first launched have had the most uniformly positive reviews? 

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2018-08-18 21:38:14

The latest rumors about Apple's upcoming iPhones are here — here's what's new (AAPL)  

Trendforce A new set of iPhone rumors suggests Apple is releasing three new models this year.  Two of the phones could get Apple Pencil support, according to the report. Apple announces new iPhones in September.  A new set of iPhone predictions is out from TrendForce, a market research firm focusing on computer components like DRAM and NAND Flash. TrendForce believes Apple is preparing three new iPhone models for a launch this year, matching previous rumors and predictions.S

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2018-08-18 21:17:26

The $1,000 smartphone showdown: Samsung's new Galaxy Note 9 vs. Apple's iPhone X  

Samsung/Apple/Business Insider Here it is, another smartphone that costs $1,000. Samsung announced the Galaxy Note 9 on Thursday with the same price tag as the iPhone X, which is still a ridiculous asking price for a smartphone, if you ask me. But that four-figured price tag might be slightly more justifiable on the Galaxy Note 9. After looking at the specs and features of both phones, it's clear that you're getting more "phone" in the Galaxy Note 9 than you are with the iPhone X.  Chec

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2018-08-18 19:51:43

Inside the elite Maryland prep school that costs $60,000 a year, has its own recording studio and golf course, and boasts alums on the Supreme Court  

Facebook/Georgetown Preparatory School Georgetown Preparatory School in Bethesda, Maryland, is the alma mater of both Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch and nominee Brett Kavanaugh. The private school costs between $37,000 and $60,000 a year and features a recording studio, a swimming pool and a nine-hole golf course. Georgetown Prep is one of the most elite boarding schools in the country, with an acceptance rate of just 23%. Georgetown Preparatory School isn't your average high schoo

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2018-08-18 19:28:46

Here are Ninja's settings in 'Fortnite' that help him play so well  

YouTube/Ninja Based on Ninja's performance while he's playing "Fortnite," you know for a fact that whatever he's doing is working. I can't guarantee it'll turn you into a "Fortnite" legend, but if you want to try something that clearly works for one of the biggest "Fortnite" streamers in the world, a good place to start is with the game's settings more than anything else — apart from being Ninja himself.  Fortnite has preset options for graphics and controls, but a little tweaking

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2018-08-18 19:07:51

Samsung's long-awaited foldable phone is 'not far away' — here are 7 things to expect from the Galaxy X  

Samsung For years, we've heard rumors about a Samsung foldable smartphone called the Galaxy X. The phone still hasn't surfaced — but Samsung's mobile business head DJ Koh said on August 10 that it's "not far away" during a press conference following the company's Unpacked event where it announced the Galaxy Note 9 phone.  It's tough to gauge DJ Koh's "not far away" statement, whether he means 2018 or 2019. An earlier report from July suggested 2019 would be the year we finally

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2018-08-18 17:02:48

THE REAL '2-BUCK CHUCK': The true story of Charles Shaw, a Napa wine pioneer who started the brand but never earned a penny from the Trader Joe's phenomenon  

AP Photo/Eric Risberg Trader Joe's has sold nearly a billion bottles of Charles Shaw wine since 2002, yet the man behind the brand hasn't seen a dime of it.  The real Charles Shaw lives in a high-rise apartment building in Chicago, working nights on databases at the Chicago Board of Trade, but that wasn't always the case. In Business Insider's new podcast "Household Name", Shaw explains how he built up his winery and how its wines eventually made their way onto the shelves of Trader Jo

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2018-08-18 15:35:53

We shopped at Home Depot and Ace Hardware to see which was a better home-improvement store, and the winner was clear (HD)  

Business Insider/Jessica Tyler Home Depot and Ace Hardware, two of the biggest home-improvement stores in the United States, offer a similar product selection and help with home-improvement projects.  Though the stores sell many of the same products, Home Depot's setup appears to be geared more toward professionals — like contractors and interior designers — than Ace Hardware's. Home Depot reported on Tuesday that same-store sales were up 8% in its most recen

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2018-08-18 14:08:38

George Papadopoulos' wife is trying to scrap her husband's plea deal with Mueller, and her comments could have huge ripple effects in the Russia probe  

ABC The wife of George Papadopoulos, a former foreign policy adviser on President Donald Trump's campaign, is trying to scrap her husband's plea deal with the special counsel Robert Mueller. One former federal prosecutor said he sees the attempt as part of a larger effort by Trump's allies to discredit Mueller and the Russia investigation. Mangiante's comments could also have an effect on two significant parts of the probe: the trial of former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort, and ongo

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2018-08-18 13:30:40

A day in the life of a Disneyland manager who's worked there for 23 years, walks 5 miles daily around the park, and has a 'long-distance' marriage with his wife  

Courtesy of Disneyland Resort Disney California Adventure Park West general manager Gary Maggetti has worked at the Disneyland Resort full-time for 23 years. Before he landed a full-time role, he did a stint as a Jungle Cruise skipper in college. Maggetti shared his typical daily routine — which features a morning pick-me-up of green tea and lots of walking — with Business Insider. Gary Maggetti's Disneyland journey began long before he landed his first full-time role ther

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2018-08-18 13:21:56

The pillows at Airbnb can tell you all you need to know about how the company is changing for the worse  

Image Point Fr/Shutterstock I've been an avid user of Airbnb, the popular home-rental service, for nearly a decade, using the platform to visit 30+ countries. In recent years, I've noticed a shift on the platform from regular people renting out their own apartments and spare bedrooms to a more professionalized service with hosts who operate multiple locations. From my perspective, the shift has meant that apartment listings are equipped in a more basic and economical manner. My chief compl

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2018-08-18 10:07:30

This $50 heated massager is the perfect antidote to carrying around a heavy backpack — it relieves my shoulder and back tension  

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. Amazon I recently purchased the InvoSpa Shiatsu Back, Neck, and Shoulder Massager with Heat from Amazon for $50, and it is a game changer for anyone like me who struggles with back and neck pain on a daily basis. My life is very different now that I get daily, professional-grade massages. If I were to visit a masseus

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2018-08-18 09:24:08

'Game of Thrones' star Sophie Turner welcomes Priyanka Chopra to the family with the sweetest Instagram post  

Getty Images Sophie Turner and Priyanka Chopra are each engaged to a Jonas Brother. Turner got engaged to Joe Jonas last fall, while Chopra just announced her engagement to Nick Jonas on Saturday morning.  Turner welcomed Chopra to the family in a sweet Instagram post. "Wow. First I'm blessed with an incredible future brother-in-law, and now such an beautiful, inside and out, future sister-in-law," Turner wrote. "I'm so excited to welcome you into the family [Priyanka Chopra]. I love

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2018-08-18 08:46:05

Samsung just unveiled its first smart speaker, the Galaxy Home, to take on Amazon, Google, and Apple  

Samsung Samsung announced its first smart speaker, the Galaxy Home, during an event in Brooklyn, New York, on Thursday. The Galaxy Home will be powered by Samsung's artificial-intelligence voice assistant, Bixby, for voice commands. More details are expected in November during the Samsung Developer Conference. Samsung announced its first smart speaker, the Galaxy Home, during its event in Brooklyn, New York, on Thursday.  The "smart" part comes from Samsung's Bixby artificial-int

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2018-08-18 08:02:02

Priyanka Chopra officially announces engagement to Nick Jonas: 'Taken with all my heart and soul'  

Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra are officially engaged. After months of reports on their relationship, the two stars confirmed the news on Instagram. They both shared the same photo displaying Chopra's engagement ring. "Taken," Chopra captioned it, "With all my heart and soul." "Future Mrs. Jonas. My heart. My love," Jonas wrote. See the photos below. Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas have made their engagement Instagram official. On Saturday mor

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2018-08-18 06:43:20

This Japanese skincare brand makes some of the best products I've ever used — here are the ones to buy for clear, glowing skin  

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. Tatcha Tatcha is a Japanese skincare brand that takes inspiration from centuries-old skincare routines of geisha.  The founder, Victoria Tsai, still works with geisha and Japanese scientists to formulate the products, which prioritize calming ingredients like camellia oil, green tea, and silk extracts. It's one of m

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2018-08-18 06:41:06

Death toll in Italy bridge collapse rises to 42 as Italian President Sergio Mattarella attends state funeral  

Nicola Marfisi/AP The death toll in the Genoa, Italy bridge collapse rose to 42 on Saturday, as four more bodies were found.  A state funeral was held for many of the victims on Saturday, and Italian President Sergio Mattarella attended the event.  GENOA, Italy (AP) — Italy’s president spoke quiet words of comfort to families of many of the dead in the Genoa bridge collapse at a state funeral held on the city’s fair grounds. The unofficial death toll in Tues

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2018-08-18 06:19:14

Billionaire Dan Gilbert has already bet $5.6 billion on Detroit's future, but money can't solve his biggest challenge  

Al Goldis/AP Photo; Bedrock; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Dan Gilbert moved his mortgage company Quicken Loans to downtown Detroit in 2010 and founded his real-estate company Bedrock a year later, when the city was just a few years from bankruptcy. Bedrock has invested or allocated a total of $5.6 billion across 100 or so properties in downtown Detroit and nearby neighborhoods, and said it has 98% occupancy of office and residential properties. Gilbert's family of companies employs 17,000

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2018-08-18 06:17:11

How Zimbabwe's coup failed to create democracy from dictatorship  

Philimon Bulawayo Many citizens and international observers cautiously hoped that the southern African nation of Zimbabwe would find its way from dictatorship to democracy this year. However, despite this election being that first time in many years that the repressive Mugabe was not on the ballot, the election commission declared Mugabe's enforcer and vice president Emmerson Mnangagwa president. In the weeks after the election, the government ruthlessly cracked down on the opposi

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2018-08-18 06:08:24

Jim Crow's northern history proves that white supremacy is not unique to the southern US  

Jack Kanthal/AP Jim Crow, the system of laws that advanced segregation and black disenfranchisement, began in the North — not the South, as most Americans believe. Long before the Civil War, northern states had legal codes that promoted racial segregation and black disenfranchisement. As recently as 1964, a majority of New Yorkers thought the civil rights movement had gone too far, a New York Times poll from 1964 reveals. A southern city has now become synony

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2018-08-18 05:48:05

Politicians are hiring 'neuroconsultants' to study the brains of voters and influence voting decisions  

Shutterstock Today's "neuropolitical" consultants say they can peg voters' feelings by observing their spontaneous responses to stimuli.  These consultants aim to use this technology to figure out voters' intent from signals they're not aware they're producing, and sell that to political campaigns. A political candidate's advisors can then attempt to use that biological data to influence voting decisions. Maria Pocovi slides her laptop over to me with the webcam switched on. My f

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2018-08-18 05:31:27

5 myths about iPhone battery life you might mistakenly believe — and what you should do instead (AAPL)  

iFixitYou're not alone: everyone wants to eke out more time from their iPhone battery. But you might not be going about it the right way. Because so many people have iPhones, a lot of conventional wisdom about iPhone battery life can be similar to folk wisdom.  But that's not to say there aren't ways you can improve your battery life by changing specific settings or the way you use your iPhone. Here are five common myths about iPhone battery life, what you can do about them, and sources

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2018-08-18 05:28:38

From cosmic dust to a hidden galaxy: Here are the 24 most stunning shots of space from the past year  

Jingyi Zhang/National Maritime Museum Striking shots of the Milky Way under a thunderstorm, snow reflecting the northern lights, and the International Space Station flying between sun spots are among the photographs shortlisted for this year's Insight Investment Astronomy Photographer of the Year award. Astronomer and competition judge Dr Marek Kulula told Business Insider that astrophotography is both an essential scientific tool and "an invitation to take a pause from our

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2018-08-18 05:11:59

We tested out the rewards programs at Sephora and Ulta, and the winner was clear for one key reason  

Business Insider/Jessica Tyler Beauty retailers Sephora and Ulta both offer their own rewards programs.  Sephora Beauty Insiders earn one point for every dollar spent and earn free gifts as points accumulate. On the other hand, Ulta's Ultamate Rewards members earn one point for every dollar spent and receive discounts based on how many points they've earned. Earlier this week, Sephora added new features to its rewards program that make it more similar to Ulta's than it had b

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2018-08-18 05:06:52

Countless refugees have been saved at sea by their life jackets — now a Minnesota startup is selling them as bracelets to spread messages of hope  

Evan Kiel, courtesy of Epimonia A Minnesota startup is selling bracelets made out of life jackets worn by refugees who sailed across the Mediterranean Sea. Their goal is to raise awareness for the global refugee crisis. Mohamed Malim, a 22-year-old entrepreneur and former Somali refugee, wants Americans to understand that refugees contribute to society — and their stories deserve to be heard. The "Embracelets" are handcrafted in the Netherlands by refugees employed by the Dream Factor

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2018-08-18 04:39:28

Trump reportedly plans to yank more security clearances to distract from negative news cycles  

Evan Vucci/AP White House officials are reportedly planning on holding onto more prepared security clearance revocations, and selectively releasing them as a distraction to negative news cycles, as needed. In a newly released memoir, former Trump aide Omarosa Manigault Newman made some startling allegations about her White House tenure, including alleging that she heard Trump say the N-word in an audio recording. One day later, the White House announced it revoked former CIA director John B

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2018-08-18 04:09:19

The biggest tip for fintech startups wanting to work with established finance companies, according to a top stock exchange exec  

REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch Thomas Zeeb, the head of securities and exchanges at the Swiss stock exchange, says fintech companies should "learn the regulations" if they want to work with established players. "The idea is cool but building that bridge back into the financial world to make it financially viable is still a lot of work," he said. Zeeb is heading a project to build a new digital asset exchange and wants to help fintechs to work in the new ecosystem he's creating. LONDON —

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2018-08-18 03:16:59

Former UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan dies at age 80  

Charlie Neibergall/AP Kofi Annan, the first black African secretary-general of the United Nations, has died at the age of 80.  Annan was a charismatic diplomatic fixture who jointly won the Nobel Peace Prize with the UN in 2001.  His foundation announced his death in a tweet on Saturday, saying that he died after a short unspecified illness. GENEVA (AP) — Kofi Annan, one of the world's most celebrated diplomats and a charismatic symbol of the United Nations who ros

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2018-08-18 03:14:36

A no-deal Brexit could have 'catastrophic consequences' for nearly a million UK patients  

Carl Court - WPA Pool/Getty Images The UK's biggest doctors union says Brexit could be "catastrophic" for the country's health. Doctors warned that leaving the European Union without a deal would cause disruption for almost one million patients with rare diseases, as well as significant delays for cancer patients The BMA has called for a second Brexit referendum. "The UK government has finally started planning to ensure the health sector and industry are prepared in the short term for a no

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2018-08-18 02:56:33

Robert Mueller recommends up to 6 months in prison for George Papadopoulos  

LinkedIn WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Special Counsel Robert Mueller recommended in a court filing on Friday that a judge sentence former Trump campaign aide George Papadopoulos to up to six months in prison for lying to agents investigating Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election. “The government does not take a position with respect to a particular sentence to be imposed, but respectfully submits that a sentence of incarceration, within the applicable guidelines range of

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2018-08-18 02:42:29

Things got ugly when a Republican strategist accused a former CIA analyst of earning 'more money' with his security clearance  

CNN Former CIA analyst Philip Mudd got into a heated argument with Republican strategist Paris Dennard on Friday after Dennard suggested Mudd made "more money" from consulting firms because of his security clearance. "Twenty-five years in the service and this is the s--t I get? Get out," Mudd said. The debate comes amid President Donald Trump's move to review and revoke the security clearances of former government officials who criticize him. The latest example came Wednesday, when the Whi

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2018-08-18 01:47:27

I'm a journalist who infiltrated the Klu Klux Klan in 1979 — and exposed David Duke as the con man he was  

AP In 1979, the same year  Spike Lee's powerful new film "BlacKkKlansman" is set, Dick Lehr signed up to join the Ku Klux Klan. At a secret meeting, Lehr even met the Grand Wizard David Duke himself and watched a screening of "The Birth of a Nation," a few short months after becoming a Klansman. He infiltrated the KKK to prove that Duke's pro-white nonsense was nothing but a transparently perverse message of racism and white supremacy.   Spike Lee's powerful new f

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2018-08-18 01:42:18

Tesla short sellers raked in $1 billion after Elon Musk revealed his personal struggles in an eye-opening interview (TSLA)  

Joshua Lott/Getty Images Tesla short sellers received a sizable payday hours after The New York Times published an eye-opening interview with an emotional Elon Musk, the electric-car company's chief executive. Investors betting against Tesla raked in about $1 billion on Friday, according to data from the analytics firm S3 Partners. The Times' interview with Musk came out late Thursday night. In it, Musk lamented the many personal and professional challenges he has faced in the past year. M

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2018-08-18 01:22:15

7 things you need to look for when buying a new computer  

Flickr/IntelFreePress There are tons of lists online that suggest what computer you should buy, but there are so many great computers out there that any list is incomplete. You're better off knowing what will cater to your specific needs. That way, you can look for the right computer for you, even if it may not be found in the hundreds of roundups online.  Below, I've listed what kind of specs you should consider based on what kind of user you are, whether you're a professional, power us

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2018-08-18 01:06:24

The US Department of Housing and Urban Development is suing Facebook over 'unlawful' advertising tactics (FB)  

Photo by Alex Brandon-Pool/Getty Images Federal regulators have served Facebook with a complaint over the company's ad targeting tools available to housing advertisers. The Department of Housing and Urban Development's complaint sides with advocacy groups that brought a lawsuit against Facebook in March. The lawsuit claims that Facebook violates fair-housing laws, which follows a massive investigation by ProPublica. The Justice Department filed a "statement of interest" on Friday

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2018-08-17 20:16:36

'Crazy Rich Asians' has pretty much already recouped its TV budget  

"Crazy Rich Asians" is on track to rake in nearly $30 million in its first five days in theaters, or nearly triple the investment Warner Bros. has made to promote the movie on stateside TV.Since debuting on Wednesday, the romantic comedy has brought in $8.8 million in box-office sales, a windfall that has emboldened the studio to up its projected take to $29 million through this weekend, up from the original forecast of $20 million. If those figures hold upand some box-office watchers believe "C

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2018-08-17 19:44:01

The 16 Types of Meetings That Get Work Done  

Make your meetings more productive and enjoyable by learning the 16 different types of meetings and how to use each of them best.

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2018-08-17 18:55:45

NASCAR's sponsorship problems are impacting the fans and soccer may have the solution  

NASCAR teams are losing sponsors at an alarming rate. While the sponsor losses leave teams scrambling to pay the bills, it is also having an impact on their fan bases and how they identify with their favorite drivers. The solution might come from soccer where teams have prominent sponsors, but the teams have consistent color schemes that are easily identifiable even when sponsors change. The solution could cost teams up front, but it could be the best move to strengthen the sport in the

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2018-08-17 18:39:45

20 of the best deals you'll find during eBay's huge end-of-summer sale — from Adidas sneakers to Coleman grills  

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. Online marketplace eBay is home to a seemingly endless amount of products at great prices on a daily basis. Now, as summer comes to an end, eBay is giving people an even better reason to shop with a wide selection of deals.  For a limited time, you can save up to 70% on clothes and shoes for men and women, home and ga

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2018-08-17 18:31:06

New ESPN chief sees 'better schedule' for 'Monday Night Football'  

ESPN's "Monday Night Football" will boast a better selection of games and new anchors this season, President Jimmy Pitaro said, giving the Walt Disney Co. sports network a chance to boost ratings following a drop in 2017.Speaking with reporters at ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut, Pitaro also said the network's relations with the NFL have "positive momentum" after some tense years."The relationship, the partnership is incredibly important to us," Pitaro said, citing weekly discussions

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2018-08-17 18:03:46

From The Career Files: As Legal Professionals, We Are Strong  

Lawyers have to have an elephant's hide, the courage of a martyr, and the patience of a saint.

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2018-08-17 17:18:06

Killing Creativity: Is social media killing good art?  

The Internet and social media have made it easier for artists to share their work and gain an audience. It has also inadvertently hindered the creative process for many artists. Here's why.

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2018-08-17 16:49:33

How to Create an Effective Mentoring Program  

An effective mentoring program will help your best employees grow and become leaders within your company. Here are ten guidelines for creating an effective mentoring program for your business.

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2018-08-17 16:44:09

Amazon is ready to take on Apple and Spotify in streaming music  

Amazon is turning up the volume in the music business.The world's largest online retailer will mount the first national TV campaign for its music-streaming service, featuring ads with songs from Ariana Grande, Kendrick Lamar and Queen. They're part of a larger effort that will extend to billboards, online video and radio, and to three countries -- the U.S., U.K. and Germany.Music has ascended the priority list at Amazon because of the popularity of the company's Echo speakers and the virtual ass

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2018-08-17 16:17:14

6 simple home tech devices that make a big difference in our everyday lives  

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. The conveniences of modern life are pretty great when you factor in all the benefits of well-chosen home tech.  You can pawn chores off to robot vacuums, have a heater click on minutes before you get home for the day, and leave family dinner up to an Instant Pot. Devices like the Echo can tell you the foreca

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2018-08-17 15:59:49

19 things everyone who used to go to Blockbuster will remember  

Darron Cummings/AP Images Going to Blockbusters was a cherished event for kids and parents alike. For many people in the '90s, a trip to the video store was the highlight of their weekends, and there's no doubt that Blockbuster Video was a pivotal part of American culture. There might only be one Blockbuster left in the country, but there are certain things its loyal members will never forget. Here are 19 things anyone who used to go to Blockbuster will remember.You had to get

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2018-08-17 14:22:56

Elon Musk says he works 120 hours a week and isn't searching for new execs, and it looks like he's falling into a common management trap (TSLA)  

Scott Olson/Getty Images Elon Musk is both the chairman and chief executive of Tesla.  He's also the CEO and lead designer at SpaceX. Despite having the most "excruciating" year of his life professionally, he doesn't plan to step away from any of these roles, he told The New York Times. That points to a classic issue with many entrepreneurs: the inability to delegate.   Elon Musk's bombshell interview with The New York Times revealed a number of worrying details about

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2018-08-17 13:32:44

Agency Brief: Soul, sisters and selfies  

Let's get this out of the way: I'm not Meg Graham. Your usual writer is off today -- like most of the rest of the world -- enjoying her Friday holiday in Chicago. So you get the second string today while Meg is in the second city. Deal with it.If you're like most of us, you're busy buying Aretha Franklin songs on iTunes, where it's gratifying to see the Queen of Soul topping the charts once again. Her contribution to music and to popular culture is immense, and in case you missed it, we put toge

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2018-08-17 13:27:23

Manchester United and Belgian star Romelu Lukaku talks about his World Cup experience, the end of his international career, and a little advice Jay-Z gave him  

Michael Regan/Getty Manchester United and Belgian star striker Romelu Lukaku decided he was going to become a pro soccer player when he was six years old after realizing his family was poor. Lukaku has risen through the ranks to become one of the best scorers in the world, both in the Premier League and on the international stage. Lukaku has loved his World Cup experiences but sees an end in sight for his time with the Belgian national team. Lukaku intends to continue improving with Manche

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2018-08-17 13:21:46

A beauty brand lists the darkest shades of its new foundation first — and people love it  

Beauty Bakerie Cosmetics company Beauty Bakerie is going viral for the way it displays its shade range. Unlike most brands, the darkest shade is the first in the lineup, with the lighter shades following behind.  People were quick to notice the order of the shades, calling it "a small thing but an important one." When looking at a foundation display or product page, the shade range typically displays the lightest shade first, with the darker shades following behind. Even Fenty Bea

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2018-08-17 13:14:17

How and why the payments industry will experience massive growth over the next five years  

The payments ecosystem is undergoing a period of digital transformation, which will spur tremendous growth in money moved around the globe in the next five years. Consumers and businesses will make 841 billion noncash transactions worldwide in 2023, up from 577 billion in 2018. The next five years will mark a pivotal transformation in how companies and consumers handle payments. The impact of payments’ digital transformation is rippling around the world, in both advanced economi

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2018-08-17 13:09:55

30 Years Online: Part One – How It All Started  

30 years online with Janet Attard and Business Know-How ®. 8/8'18 marks Janet's 30th anniversary helping small businesses online. Find out what the online world was like before the Web in this first of 2 articles about Janet's experiences launching and running online small business sites.

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2018-08-17 13:08:27

How to Start a Business with No Money  

No money to start a business? Don't let lack of cash stop you. Here are 10 creative strategies you can use to launch your business with limited or no startup funds.

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2018-08-17 13:02:01

9 Tips to Work with Family—And Still Like Each Other  

Working with family members presents a unique set of challenges, but they are not insurmountable. Use these nine tips for creating a family work envirnoment where everyone gets along.

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2018-08-17 12:43:42

Adopting A Data-Driven Practice In 5 Steps #sponsored  

The successful firms will be those that are best able to navigate the transition to a new, data-centric legal services industry.

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2018-08-17 12:32:01

MORGAN STANLEY: We just witnessed Nordstrom's strongest quarter of the year (JWN)  

Facebook/Nordstrom Nordstrom's second-quarter results beat on both the top and bottom lines, sending shares up more than 11%. "We expect 2Q will be the strongest quarter in 2018," analysts from Morgan Stanley said.  Morgan Stanley raised its price target to $47 — 11% below where shares settled Thursday. Watch Nordstrom's stock price in real-time here. Morgan Stanley says the second quarter was as good as it gets for Nordstrom this year. On Thursday, the retailer reported

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2018-08-17 11:43:11

Friday Wake-Up Call: Google employees rebel. Plus, a counterintuitive porn marketing strategy  

Welcome to Ad Age's Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. You can get an audio version of this briefing on your Alexa device. Search for "Ad Age" under "Skills" in the Alexa app. What people are talking about today: Aretha Franklin, the "Queen of Soul" who died at age 76 on Thursday, sang anthems that defined an era. She left a mark on advertising too, and Ad Age's Judann Pollack compiled Franklin's best ad work. Listen to her surprising 1968 tune for

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2018-08-17 11:30:01

The Biglaw Firm Defending The Catholic Church  

The sexual abuse allegations out of Pennsylvania have attracted a major Biglaw firm.

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2018-08-17 11:18:03

Morning Docket: 08.17.18  

* In response to President Trump's "relentless assault" against the press, more than 300 newspapers published editorials denouncing his attacks and defending the freedom of the press. In response, Trump said he wants "true" freedom of the press, but without the "FAKE NEWS." Come on, even the Supreme Court wants the press to remain free. [National Law Journal] * Gallery Books and Simon & Schuster, the publishers of Omarosa Manigault Newman's White House memoir, are hitting back hard agai...

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2018-08-17 11:13:41

Bringing Lawyers Out Of The Courtroom And Into The Community  

A great idea born in Baltimore.

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2018-08-17 10:43:15

It's Not All About The Billables: Making Productive Use Of Downtime  

Billable work isn't the only way to bring value to your firm -- or yourself.

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2018-08-17 10:29:15

Business Know-How on AOL, MSN & the Web: Part Two –30th Anniversary  

How do you grow an online business? Look for opportunities and go after them. That's how Janet Attard and Business Know-How® became a content provider to America Online and to the early MSN, and got started on the Web. Read about it in this 2nd part of the 30th online anniversary story.

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2018-08-17 10:22:10

How to get over someone you never actually dated  

MTV Even if you’ve never dated the person you’re in love with, it’s still valid to feel upset and heartbroken.   Take some time to cry it out and allow yourself to experience the sadness. Start by going out of your comfort zone and meeting new people, which will take your mind off of things. Figure out why you’re so infatuated with the person you keep thinking about and resolve issues with personal growth that could be holding you back. Have you ever fa

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2018-08-17 10:21:32

Trump's newest plan to reshape Wall Street may sound familiar — because Hillary Clinton had the same idea  

REUTERS/Mike Blake President Donald Trump asked the Securities and Exchange Commission to study changing from quarterly earnings reports to biannual reports, the president said in a tweet Friday. Trump said moving away from the quarterly system would be good for job growth and companies. The idea has a striking similarity to a plan from Trump's 2016 opponent, Hillary Clinton. President Donald Trump weighed in on Wall Street's focus on quarterly earnings — and sounded a lot like h

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2018-08-17 10:18:08

Don't Let Fear of Failure Slow Your Business Growth  

Is your fear of failure causing you to turn down opportunities that could help your business grow? For your business to grow, sometimes you have to take risks.

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2018-08-17 10:06:56

Here's what college professors get paid at the 50 best public universities in America  

Gregory Shamus / Getty Images We took a look how much professors at the 50 best public colleges in the US earn for their work. Using rankings from US News and data from the Department of Education, we found the average salary for non-medical instructional staff. No. 1-ranked UCLA has the highest average professor salary at just over $155,000. College professors at the top public universities in the United States tend to do pretty well for themselves. That is to say, most of them are ea

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2018-08-17 10:01:55

Ex-Con Who Pretended To Be An Attorney Arrested For Pretending To Be An Attorney  

Some people apparently want to be lawyers.

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2018-08-17 09:57:38

There's a coaster that lets you eat from the comfort of your own couch without any spills  

If you want to buy one, use this link. We'll make some money to support our videos: Also:This cardboard grill is biodegradable and portableThere's a company that sells kits that make glittery countertopsA company designed a purse that has a secret compartment for wine — and you can pour a glass straight from it

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2018-08-17 09:45:43

How newspapers around the world are remembering Aretha Franklin  

Aretha Franklin, who died on Thursday, "was the loftiest name in the rich history of Detroit music and one of the transcendent cultural figures of the 20th Century," Brian McCollum writes in the Detroit Free Press. "Raised on an eclectic musical diet of gospel, R&B, classical and jazz, she blossomed out of her father's Detroit church to become the most distinguished black female artist of all time, breaking boundaries while placing nearly 100 hits on Billboard's R&B chart20 of them reaching No.

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2018-08-17 09:37:15

Business Ideas: Can You Turn Your Great Idea into a Hot New Business?  

Think your brilliant idea will make you a million bucks if you could just turn it into a business? Before you sink your life's savings into launching that business, consider these points.

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2018-08-17 09:26:50

Trump says it's 'very sad what they've done' to Manafort and refuses to rule out pardoning him  

Evan Vucci/AP President Donald Trump said Friday that it's "very sad" what special counsel Robert Mueller's team has "done to Paul Manafort." Manafort is currently facing trial for fraud in Virginia, and the jury began deliberating over a final verdict on Wednesday. Trump refused to rule out pardoning Manafort, a former top campaign aide, if he is found guilty. Legal experts say a potential pardon from Trump was likely a big part of why Manafort chose to go to trial instead of flipping.

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2018-08-17 09:22:44

12 skin care products we use in our daily lives to treat and combat adult acne  

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. I knew when I hit middle school that I could expect acne to invade my face, as it did for most other kids my age. What I didn't expect was for it to become severe and persist well into my 20s. Adult acne is increasingly common, and if you suffer from it, you know that treating it is an ongoing process filled with ups and downs. Some

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2018-08-17 09:05:22

Jones Day's Controversial Representation — See Also  

Jones Day's Controversial Client: No, no one in the Trump administration. It's the Catholic Church. Yes, The Fashion Of The 90s Is Back: Get your high-end scrunchies here. This Federal Judge Seems To Have Crossed A Line: Ordering lawyers to kiss is not cool. Check Out This Adorable Cease-And-Desist Letter: Can you find all the puns? People Really Don't Like Brett Kavanaugh: He's historically unpopular.

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2018-08-17 09:01:48

What brands get out of experience stores  

This week in New York, Lexus opened a gleaming, expensive new building that is a bit ironic."Intersect," a 16,500-square-foot boutique in Manhattan's Meatpacking District, is meant to allow people to "experience" the carmaker's brand without setting foot inside a car.This is, in theory, a good idea, considering the lackluster cars the Toyota Motor Co. division has been making. If only the space were better put together. Continue reading at

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2018-08-17 08:43:52

There's a company that sells kits that make glittery countertops  

See Also:An artist creates 3D paintings on the street — and they're so good they'll make you look twiceAn artist and chemist from Florida uses gravity to create psychedelic paintingsThere's a coaster that lets you eat from the comfort of your own couch without any spills

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2018-08-17 08:41:45

How advances in edge computing are addressing key problems in the healthcare, telecommunications, and automotive sectors  

This is a preview of a research report from Business Insider Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about Business Insider Intelligence, click here. Edge computing solutions are key tools that help companies grapple with rising data volumes across industries. These types of solutions are critical in allowing companies to gain more control over the data their IoT devices create and in reducing their reliance on (and the costs of) cloud computing. Business Insid

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2018-08-17 08:40:15

Business Insider Intelligence is hiring a Retention Sales Intern  

Sebastian Ter Burg/FlickrBusiness seeking a Retention Sales Intern to join the team. BI Intelligence is a fast-growing, cutting-edge research service from Business Insider. We offer insights and tools essential to companies making strategic decisions across the mobile, digital media, e-commerce, Internet of Things, payments, fintech and transportation & logistics industries. Our clients are Fortune 1000 companies, startups, advertisi

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2018-08-17 08:37:27

Newsletter Content - What to Put in a Newsletter   

What newsletter content will interest your customers? Use these ideas to write newsletters clients and customers will look forward to getting and reading.

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2018-08-17 08:12:46

A former royal bodyguard thinks Prince Harry 'could have done something' to stop Meghan Markle's father from talking to the press  

Chris Jackson/Getty Images Former royal bodyguard Ken Wharfe sat down for an interview with Yahoo UK's "The Royal Box" to speak about his thoughts on Thomas Markle. He said he thinks Prince Harry could have done more to assist Thomas when it comes to dealing with the press. Wharfe also feels "the palace were at fault" for not targeting the problem earlier in the relationship. Meghan Markle's father Thomas Markle is no stranger to talking to the press lately. He's been giving sever

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2018-08-17 08:10:02

Walmart eyes virtual reality shopping system  

Trekking through a crowded, cavernous Walmart supercenter isn't much fun. But what if you could do it from the comfort of your own home through virtual reality?The world's biggest retailer wants to find out, according to filings with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.The company has applied for two patents that detail a "virtual show room" and fulfillment system that would connect shoppers clad in VR headsets and sensor-packed gloves to a three-dimensional representation of a Walmart store. C

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2018-08-17 07:51:22

A Decade Of Sexual Harassment At The Hands Of A Biglaw Partner  

What would you have done if you were in this awful situation?

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2018-08-17 07:35:04

4 Ways to Help Your Small Business Grow  

Like it or not, your business's expenses go up a bit each year. To stay profitable, your business needs to grow so it can absorb those increases. Here are four things you can do to keep your small business growing.

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2018-08-17 07:32:37

Omarosa reportedly has a 'treasure trove' of videos, emails, and text messages that could embarrass Trump  

Mark Wilson/Getty Images Omarosa Manigault Newman, the former communications director of the White House Office of Public Liaison, reportedly has a stash of video, emails, text messages and other documentation that support her claims in her tell-all book. Omarosa made clear that she plans to continue selectively releasing the pieces of evidence if President Donald Trump and his associates continue to attack her credibility and challenge the claims in her book. "I have a significant amount,

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2018-08-17 07:30:37

From A Fashionista's Closet: What Would Ruth Bader Ginsburg Do?  

The search for the perfect, RBG-style scrunchie ends here.

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2018-08-17 07:23:58

Small Business Microloans - Get Money When The Bank Says No  

Need a loan for your small business? When the bank says no, a microloan may be the answer for the funding you want. Here are some micro lending resources.

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2018-08-17 07:03:09

If I knew then what I knew now ... I wouldn't have worked so many weekends  

If I knew then .. is a weekly series of essays by small agency founders and executives about what they learned starting out their businesses.As I look back over my (almost) 40-year career in the business of advertising and marketing, I often recall a line we all lived by when I worked as a young art director at Chiat/Day back in the mid-1980s."If you don't come in on Saturday, don't bother coming in on Sunday," we used to say. Another maxim of those halcyon days was the nickname we gave the shop

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2018-08-17 06:12:46

Shoestring Marketing Secrets  

Here are eight home business marketing secrets that can help you get the word out without going broke.

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2018-08-17 06:09:49

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