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Former President Donald Trump appeared on Fox Business Friday morning for a call-in interview. Trump repeated many of the same falsehoods about the 2020 election, while also downplaying inflation. "The border is a bigger problem than inflation," Trump said. "The border is a bigger problem than inflation," Trump said during a lengthy call to guest host David Asman. "That will make inflation, bring inflation to a level nobody's seen before," Trump continued even though the report does not make any assessments about inflation.
Persons: Donald Trump, Trump, David Asman, Insider's Jason Lalljee, Andy Kiersz, Joe Biden, Jim Jordan, Biden, GOP Sen, Rick Scott, Pennsylvania University's Wharton School of Finance —, Penn —, Mitch McConnell, Asman Organizations: Fox Business, Service, Fox, Republican, GOP, Democratic Party, Pennsylvania University's Wharton School of Finance, Fordham University, Penn, Wharton, Congressional Locations: Ohio, Nantucket, Florida, Pennsylvania, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Asman
Jordan Alexander has learned a lot from her "Gossip Girl" character, Julien Calloway. Her character, Julien, is the queen bee, reminiscent of Blair Waldorf from the original series. She is a social media influencer with a famous dad whose life is upended with the arrival of her half sister, Zoya. Like Julien, Alexander's life was upended when she landed the role in the reboot, which returns Thursday for the second half of season one. "Because you will be made aware of things that you may need to be made aware of, you know?"
Persons: Jordan Alexander, Julien Calloway, Constance Billard, Julien, Blair Waldorf, Zoya, Alexander, she's, ” Alexander, Instagram, , Julian Organizations: New, NBC Locations: New York City
In honor of the 20th anniversary of the first Harry Potter film, "Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone," WarnerMedia and the Wizarding World put together a weekly, four-part quiz show to put contestants' magical knowledge to the test. "But with that joy came that pain of realizing how much details these people know about the Harry Potter world. Trey Beachum, 31, of Dallas, Texas, said he listened "to Harry Potter Audible books to and from work every day." "I also talk Harry Potter with other Harry Potter fans online every day." Viewers at home can join in and compete for victory in the Wizarding World Quiz Championship, the companion digital quiz event on WizardingWorld.com.
Persons: Accio Harry Potter, Harry Potter, Oscar, Dame Helen Mirren, Robin Ashbrook, Yasmin Shackleton, Shackleton, Ashbrook, Tom Riddle's, we've, Michelle Tsai, we'd, Helen Mirren, they'll, Tsai, Trey Beachum, Mirren, Beachum, Tom Felton, Draco Malfoy, Simon Fisher, Becker, Friar, Shirley Henderson, Myrtle, Luke Youngblood, Lee Jordan, Pete Davidson, Jay Leno, Felix Felicis Organizations: muggles, Ashbrook, NBC, NBC News, Associated Press Locations: LA, New York City, Dallas , Texas, British
He bequeathed his controlling stake in the company to Ms. Lucchese, who is now board chair and chief strategy officer. But Ms. Lucchese is facing resistance from Mr. Robinson’s family and the prospect of a messy court battle. She’s trying to work constructively with Mr. Robinson’s sons.” The company declined to make Ms. Lucchese available for an interview. Mr. Robinson and Ms. Lucchese appeared to break up for good in 2019, people familiar with their relationship said. Mr. Hedden said in an email he hadn’t known to whom Mr. Robinson would leave his voting shares, “viewing that as a personal matter.”Privately, Mr. Robinson had set out some plans.
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She’s trying to work constructively with Mr. Robinson’s sons.” The company declined to make Ms. Lucchese available for an interview. His sons and ex-wife were shocked and hurt, Ms. Benham said, when they discovered he left almost everything to Ms. Lucchese. Mr. Hedden said in an email he hadn’t known to whom Mr. Robinson would leave his voting shares, “viewing that as a personal matter.”Privately, Mr. Robinson had set out some plans. Some close friends of the late Mr. Robinson said they were skeptical that Ms. Lucchese wasn’t informed about the will. Mr. Robinson’s sons didn’t seek careers at Scholastic.
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Immediately Ramírez took it in his hands and began to test the notes. “There’s lots of air leaking out,” he explained to the men, pointing at the accordion’s bellows. To fix the troubled keys that no longer made sounds, Ramírez replaced their corresponding metal reeds on the interior voice box. “Now for the moment of truth.” He brought the voice box up to his mouth and blew into each new note like playing the harmonica, making a few adjustments as he went. Then he screwed the voice box back into the accordion, closed it up, played some major chords.
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  + stars: | 2021-11-24 | by ( Jordan Salama | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: 1 min
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Michael Jordan has six NBA championship rings. WatchBox said on Tuesday that it raised $165 million in its latest financing round. WatchBox, based outside of Philadelphia, has reeled in $260 million since its founding in 2017. While the company did not disclose its latest valuation, people with knowledge of the matter told CNBC that it's approaching $1 billion. Rather than serving as a marketplace for peer-to-peer transactions, the company buys and trades luxury watches from sellers.
Persons: Charlotte, of Famer Michael Jordan, Michael Jordan, Richard Mille, WatchBox, Jordan, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Marc Lasry, Chris Paul, Devin Booker, Bill Ackman, Justin Reis, Goldman Sachs, Reis Organizations: Charlotte Hornets, of Famer, New York Knicks, Spectrum Center, NBA, Brands, Milwaukee Bucks, Phoenix Suns, Wall, CNBC Locations: Charlotte , North Carolina, WatchBox, Bucks, Philadelphia
Shares of Zoom dipped nearly 15% on Tuesday after the video-chat company warned investors of a revenue growth slowdown, leading some firms to cut price targets on the stock. Zoom was one of the pandemic darlings, going from a relatively niche business software segment to a household product. Baird, Guggenheim, Wells Fargo, Stifel, UBS, Piper Sandler and KeyBanc also dropped their price targets. Zoom's revenue increased 35% from a year earlier in the quarter, which ended Oct. 31, slowing from 54% growth in the quarter before. For the fiscal fourth quarter, Zoom forecast adjusted earnings of $1.06 to $1.07 per share on $1.051 billion to $1.053 billion in revenue, which implies 19% growth.
Persons: Baird, Piper Sandler, KeyBanc, Michael Bloom, Jordan Novet Organizations: Deutsche Bank Research, Guggenheim, UBS, CNBC, YouTube Locations: Wells Fargo, Stifel
New York (CNN Business) Perhaps one of the greatest mysteries of Thanksgiving is the cranberry sauce — and we're not talking about why people eat it: Why are the labels on Ocean Spray cans upside down? Observant consumers have noticed that the labels on jellied cranberry sauce cans are flipped, meaning the rounded edge that's typically on the bottom of most canned goods is on top of Ocean Spray cranberry sauce cans. According to Ocean Spray, that's intentional: It creates a seamless serving experience. The cans are "filled and labeled upside down with the rounded edge on top and the sharp can-like edge on the bottom to keep the jelly whole," an Ocean Spray spokesperson told CNN Business. the top) so customers can "can swipe the edge of the can with a knife to break the vacuum and the log will easily slide out."
Persons: we're, Read Organizations: CNN, CNN Business Locations: York
Her first Puma collection releases on December 1 and includes on-court and off-court apparel. Ambrose's first Puma collection will release on December 1, as women's hoops debuts as its own category for the company. Women's basketball continues to grow in popularity and basketball's booming cultural relevance makes it a critical category for sportswear brands. June Ambrose's first women's basketball collection for Puma includes on-court and off-court footwear and apparel. "Women's basketball is less than 1% of men's basketball — virtually non-existent," said Matt Powell, NPD Group senior industry analyst, in an email.
Persons: Ambrose, Jay, Missy Elliott, Puma, Diddy, Ambrose's, Jackie Young, Katie Lou Samuelson, Breanna Stewart, She's, Nick DePaula, We've, I've, That's, Matt Powell, Powell, Jordan Organizations: Service, Puma, WNBA, Sports, NPD Group, Armour, Brands
New York (CNN Business) The holiday travel season is off to a relatively smooth start, with good weather and few canceled flights. But many in the industry are worried that luck won't hold all the way until the holiday season ends just after New Year's. With domestic airline bookings nearly back to normal, airlines are trying to do more with less this holiday season. Service meltdowns in October at Southwest Airlines and American demonstrate what happens when schedules get disrupted without the staffing levels needed to rapidly recover from canceled flights. "I do think all of the airlines are stretched thin," said Casey Murray, president of the Southwest Airlines Pilots Association.
Persons: Year's, Casey Murray, Savi, Raymond James, Bob Jordan, Jordan, David Seymour, Dennis Tajer, he's, Murray, Glen Hauenstein, Scott Kirby Organizations: CNN, Service meltdowns, Southwest Airlines, Southwest Airlines Pilots Association, Southwest, Allied Pilots Association, United, Delta, Star Locations: York, Southwest, Delta, United
WAUKESHA, Wis. — The reserve police officer radioed in with an alarming report. Two people witnessed a fight, possibly involving knives, outside the Rotary Building at a riverfront park in Waukesha, Wis. But when the first patrolman arrived, near the spot where kayaks are rented out in less frigid months, whatever fight might have happened was over. “I’m by the Rotary Building and the baseball diamond,” the officer said, his voice calm. was charging through the Waukesha Christmas parade on Main Street, not far from the park, barreling over marching band members and a troupe of Dancing Grannies.
Persons: patrolman, Organizations: Rotary, Waukesha Locations: WAUKESHA, Wis, Waukesha
Georgia’s Republican-controlled Legislature approved a new congressional map Monday, sending the plans on to Gov. Kemp, a Republican, is expected to approve the redistricting plans, which passed the Senate on Friday and the House on Monday. The new map is expected to give the GOP an additional seat in Congress, according to an analysis by the nonpartisan Princeton Gerrymandering Project. Rep. Carolyn Bourdeaux flipped the 7th District last year by less than 3 points, but the seat now has a 25-point Democratic advantage, according to the Princeton analysis. McBath tweeted Monday that she will run in the nearby 7th District.
Persons: Brian Kemp, Kemp, , Lucy McBath —, Carolyn Bourdeaux, McBath, Bourdeaux, Jordan Davis Organizations: Georgia’s Republican, Gov, Republican, Rep, Lawmakers Locations: Congress, Princeton, Atlanta, 7th District, McBath, Florida
Let's get to it...Nicole Fahey, six months pregnant, receives her Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster shot on November 3, 2021 in Los Angeles. Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times via Getty ImagesThe CDC just endorsed booster shots for all adults. 7 year old Kye'Vontay Jordan (right) was one of the first kids ages 5-11 to receive a COVID-19 shot in Washington DC. Tom Williams-CQ Roll Call via Getty Images / Children’s National HospitalDr. Anthony Fauci doesn't think there's any reason to wait to vaccinate 5-11 year olds. The FDA says the safety database of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for 5-11 year olds is already as robust as those of other fully approved pediatric vaccines.
Persons: I'm Lydia Ramsey Pflanzer, Let's, Nicole Fahey, Pfizer COVID, Gary Coronado, Anthony Fauci, Kye'Vontay Jordan, Tom Williams, Anthony Fauci doesn't, Fauci, CHANDAN KHANNA, Lydia Organizations: Insider Healthcare, Pfizer, Los Angeles Times, Getty, National Institute of Allergy, Washington DC, Getty Images, FDA Locations: Los Angeles, Washington
Could Fed Chair Jerome Powell be replaced?
  + stars: | 2021-11-22 | by ( Julia Horowitz | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +7 min
London (CNN Business) When it comes to influence over the global economy, few people in the world are more powerful than Jerome Powell, chair of the US Federal Reserve. Senator Elizabeth Warren has called Powell a "dangerous man" to lead the Fed because of his track record on Wall Street regulation. A recent ethics scandal which caused the Fed to change its rules on investing by senior officials has also eroded support for Powell. "I think Jerome Powell has a proven track record and Chairman Powell should get reappointed," Democratic Senator Jon Tester said on NBC's "Meet the Press" Sunday. But they note that markets still think Powell "is the path of least resistance" and has the edge.
Persons: Jerome Powell, he's, Joe Biden, Brian Deese, Deese, " Powell, Donald Trump, it's, Powell, Sheldon Whitehouse, Jeff Merkley, Elizabeth Warren, Lael Brainard, Biden, Brainard, Sheila Bair, Jon Tester, Robert Carnell, Powell Brainard, Lisa Farbstein, Farbstein, they've, Bob Jordan, Peter Boockvar, Nathaniel Meyersohn, andhave, George Hill Organizations: CNN Business, Bell, CNN, US Federal Reserve, Federal Reserve, National Economic Council, Fox, Republican, Democratic, Wall, Fed, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Press, Citi, Transportation Security Administration, Bleakley Advisory, . Delta Air Lines DAL American Airlines AAL United Airlines UAL, CVS, CVS CVS, Walgreens WBA Rite, Walmart, Target, Kroger, Costco, Deutsche Bank, Urban Outfitters Locations: London, United States, Europe
(CNN) It was a battle of the Boston boy bands on Sunday. New Edition and New Kids on the Block performed onstage together for the first time ever on the American Music Awards' stage. NKOTB, made up of brothers Jonathan Knight and Jordan Knight, along with Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg and Danny Wood, kicked it off with their 1988 hit "You Got It (The Right Stuff)." The members of New Edition -- Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, Bobby Brown, Ronnie DeVoe, Johnny Gill and Ralph Tresvant -- appeared next to perform their first hit, "Candy Girl," from 1983. Both groups then alternated on a medley of their most popular songs before NKOTB joined New Edition for the former's choreograph heavy "If This Isn't Love."
Persons: Jonathan Knight, Jordan Knight, Joey McIntyre, Donnie Wahlberg, Danny Wood, Ricky Bell, Michael Bivins, Bobby Brown, Ronnie DeVoe, Johnny Gill, Ralph Tresvant, NKOTB Organizations: CNN, American, New Locations: Boston
Here's how the company did:Earnings: $1.11 per share, adjusted, vs. $1.09 per share as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. $1.11 per share, adjusted, vs. $1.09 per share as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. Revenue: $1.05 billion, vs. $1.02 billion as expected by analysts, according to Refinitiv. For the fiscal fourth quarter, Zoom forecast adjusted earnings of $1.06 to $1.07 per share on $1.051 billion to $1.053 billion in revenue, which implies 19% growth. During the quarter, Zoom said it had called off its plan to acquire cloud contact center software provider Five9 for $14.7 billion.
Persons: Refinitiv, Zoom, Kelly Steckelberg, Eric Yuan, Yuan, CNBC's Ari Levy Organizations: Revenue Locations: Refinitiv
NBA player Enes Kanter spent much of the weekend blasting Lebron james for valuing "money over morals," Michael Jordan for not doing enough for the black community and American companies for turning a blind eye toward human rights abuses in china. The Boston Celtics player and activist told CNBC's Eamon Javer he got a death threat after the Celtics game this weekend, and that the FBI once gave him a "panic button" to summon help in an emergency. But he said none of the blowback he's received will keep him from standing up for human rights in China and around the world. And he blasted some American companies, including powerful NBA sponsor Nike for what he sees as a double standard on human rights.
Persons: Enes Kanter, Lebron james, Michael Jordan, CNBC's Eamon Javer Organizations: Boston Celtics, Celtics, FBI, NBA, Nike Locations: China
Despite the simplicity of the overall narrative, at 14 (very long) books, “The Wheel of Time” is the ultimate unfilmable fantasy saga. The novels changed the game in the 1990s, ushering in an era of doorstopper-sized, continent-spanning fantasy epics revolving around “chosen one” narratives. The novels were one of the first mainstream fantasy series to center female characters and give them point-of-view chapters. (In the novels, women are flowers who open themselves and surrender to control, while men dominate.) But for now, fans will have to settle for knowing the show has moved the world of fantasy forward.
Persons: Amazon’s, , Robert Jordan’s, Barney Harris, Perrin, Marcus Rutherford, Rand, Josha, Madeleine Madden, Zoë Robins, , Sedai, Rosamund Pike, Lan, Daniel Henney, Jordan, it’s, Hermione Granger, Harry Potter ”, Thrones ” Organizations: Thrones, Robins, Madden
Three wildfires in California in the past 15 months killed or mortally wounded thousands of mature giant sequoias, accounting for an estimated 13 to 19 percent of the world’s population of the majestic trees, officials said on Friday. A National Park Service report estimated that two fires in September, sparked by a lighting storm, caused 2,261 to 3,637 mature giant sequoias — or between 3 to 5 percent of the population of mature giant sequoias — to be killed or so severely burned that they were expected to die within five years. Mature giant sequoias have a diameter of more than four feet. Giant sequoias, which are found on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada in California, can live thousands of years on their way to dwarfing most everything around them. These trees include iconic national treasures like the General Sherman Tree, which is considered the world’s largest tree, standing at 275 feet tall with a diameter of 36 feet at the base.
Persons: Sherman Tree, Clay Jordan Organizations: Service, Sierra, National Parks Locations: California, Sierra Nevada, Sequoia
LOS ANGELES — Lightning-sparked wildfires killed thousands of giant sequoias this year, adding to a staggering two-year death toll that accounts for up to nearly a fifth of Earth’s largest trees, officials said Friday. Intense fires that burned hot enough and high enough to kill so many giant sequoias — trees once considered nearly fire-proof — put an exclamation point on the impact of climate change. Amid the drought in 2015, the park saw giant sequoias torched for the first time. Two fires in 2017 killed more giant sequoias, serving as a warning for what was to come. “I’m not ready to give up on giant sequoias,” Brigham said.
Persons: , Clay Jordan, Sherman, Christy Brigham, ’ ” Brigham, , Brigham, I’m, ” Brigham Organizations: ANGELES, Sequoia National, Sierra, National Parks, Sequoia National Forest Locations: Sequoia, California, Sierra Nevada
FILE PHOTO: A screen showing the fluctation of virtual cryptocurrencies Bitcoin, Ether and Doge is pictured at the Bitcoin Embassy bar in this illustration taken June 1, 2021. REUTERS/Toya Sarno Jordan/Illustration/File PhotoThe largest cryptocurrency by market value, bitcoin was down 1.6% at $55,980 by mid-session in Asia, its lowest since mid-October and 20% below last week’s record high. For the week, bitcoin has fallen 14% and through its 50-day moving average. “Those affected will receive a large sum of bitcoin, likely happening in Q1 or Q2 of 2022. Ether, the second largest cryptocurrency by market value, was steady near a three-week low at $4,014 on Friday but set for a 14% weekly loss.
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Investor Gopher walks away from bidding for Playtech
  + stars: | 2021-11-19 | by ( ) www.reuters.com   time to read: 1 min
Businessman toy figure is placed on gambling chips in front of displayed Playtech logo in this illustration taken, November 8, 2021. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/IllustrationNov 19 (Reuters) - Playtech's (PTEC.L) second-largest shareholder, Gopher, said on Friday it did not intend to make a takeover offer for the gambling software maker, days after another merger interest from a group led by former Formula One boss Eddie Jordan. Gopher, however, reiterated its commitment to a previously agreed deal to buy Playtech's financial trading division, Finalto. Register now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com RegisterReporting by Muvija M in Bengaluru; Editing by Shinjini GanguliOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Dado Ruvic, Eddie Jordan, Muvija, Shinjini Organizations: REUTERS, Formula, Finalto, Thomson Locations: Bengaluru
(CNN) Is "The Wheel of Time" the next "Game of Thrones?" Some on Twitter have made the comparison, and GQ published a recent story with the headline, "Inside Wheel of Time, Amazon's Huge Gamble on the Next Game of Thrones." Here's what you should know about the epic fantasy series:Based on novelsThe new series has plenty of source material as it's based on a series of fantasy novels written by Robert Jordan. The starsRosamund Pike plays the protagonist, Moiraine Damodred, and also serves as one of the producers of the series. Where you can watch it"The Wheel of Time" is currently streaming on Amazon Prime.
Persons: Robert Jordan, Brandon Sanderson, Jordan, Rosamund Pike, Moiraine Damodred, Daniel Henney, Lan Mondragoran, Madeleine Madden, Egwene, Josha Stradowski, Rand al'Thor Organizations: CNN, Twitter, Amazon Prime
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