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Users on social media are sharing a purported excerpt from “Trump: Art of the Deal”, a book authored by U.S. President Donald Trump and Tony Schwartz that was published in 1987. The alleged excerpt shows Trump describing his approach on “never admitting defeat”. If you don’t win claim they cheated. A search of key terms brought up no results of the alleged excerpt in the book. This quote is not part of Trump’s book “Art of the Deal”.
Persons: , Donald Trump, Tony Schwartz, Trump, , Erin Scott, chumps, Read Organizations: “ Trump, Art, White, REUTERS, Reuters Locations: ., Washington , U.S
AARP told Reuters, however, that it believes rationing care based on age would be discriminatory and that it had not endorsed any political candidate. One of the seven points on Biden’s COVID-19 plan is to protect older Americans. REUTERSThe posts (here , here) say: “AARP endorsed Biden. BIDEN’S COMMITTEEOn Biden’s website he outlines his plan to tackle COVID-19, with one point of his seven-point plan to “Protect Older Americans and Others at High Risk” (joebiden.com/covid19/ , joebiden.com/covid-plan/). AARP confirmed to Reuters that it believes rationing care based on age is discriminatory and that AARP has not endorsed Biden.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, Biden’s, Will, Jason Young, , AARP’s Young, COVID, Ezekiel Emanuel, Dr Emanuel, Kenneth Baer, Emanuel “, , I’m, Read Organizations: U.S, American Association of Retired, AARP, Reuters, Biden’s, Department of Health, Human Services, Civil Rights, Biden, Trump, Department of Medical, University of Pennsylvania Locations: United States
This claim, which combines mail-in vote totals from the June 2020 primary election with totals for the Nov. 3 general election, is false. As noted underneath the data table linked above, there were 1,823,148 mail ballot requests for the 2020 primary elections in Pennsylvania. Meanwhile, the table included in the post closely reflects state-reported numbers for the 2020 general election. According to the Pennsylvania Department of State’s reports on election returns (www.electionreturns.pa.gov/), more than 2.6 million Pennsylvanians voted by mail for either Trump, Biden or Libertarian candidate Jo Jorgensen in the general election. Mixing numbers from the 2020 primary and general elections, this claim that there were 1,126,940 “extra” Pennsylvania mail-in votes counted in the general election is false.
Persons: Joe Biden, Doug Mastriano, Donald, Mastriano, , Biden, Jo Jorgensen, Jorgensen, Read Organizations: Pennsylvania’s, Twitter, Pennsylvania, Department, State, Facebook, Pennsylvania Department, Trump, Biden, Reuters Locations: Pennsylvania
When the Covid-19 pandemic forced the closure of most U.S. schools last spring, students were thrown into new and unfamiliar ways of learning. Special education students and children learning English lost support that their schools struggled to provide online. Her math scores, slightly below the national average, hadn’t budged since last winter. He expected to see some lower-than-usual scores when his third grade math students took the MAP assessment this year, but he didn’t expect to see that so many of them were half a grade level behind. The exam can affect whether poor-performing students advance to the next grade, and scores are used to evaluate teachers and grade schools.
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Unilever is testing a four-day work week in New Zealand
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( Michelle Toh | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com + 0.98   time to read: +1 min
Hong Kong (CNN Business) Unilever (UL) has become the latest major company to hop on the four-day work week bandwagon, lending credence to the idea that flexible working is here to stay. On Tuesday, the distributor of Lipton's tea, Dove soap and Ben & Jerry's ice cream announced it would test shorter working hours for all its employees in New Zealand, letting them decide which four days they'd prefer to work each week. The consumer giant has 81 staff members in the country, who will be allowed to work compressed schedules with full pay as the University of Technology Sydney in Australia helps track their progress. Unilever said that if all goes well, the company will consider whether to shake up its workflow on a wider scale. "We hope the trial will result in Unilever being the first global company to embrace ways of working that provide tangible benefits for staff and for business," Nick Bangs, managing director of Unilever New Zealand, said in a statement.
Persons: Nick Bangs, Read Organizations: CNN Business, Unilever, University of Technology, Unilever New Locations: Hong Kong, New Zealand, University of Technology Sydney, Australia, Unilever New Zealand
(CNN) Lewis Hamilton will miss this weekend's Sakhir Grand Prix in Bahrain after testing positive for Covid-19. His Mercedes team said that the seven-time Formula One world champion was self-isolating and had only mild symptoms. According to Mercedes, Hamilton was tested three times last week, including at the Bahrain International Circuit on Sunday, where he won the Bahrain Grand Prix. The 35-year-old Briton woke up on Monday morning with mild symptoms and was informed that a contact from before his arrival in Bahrain had tested positive. He took a further test and returned a positive result, which has been confirmed by a retest.
Persons: Lewis Hamilton, Mercedes, Hamilton, Briton, Read Organizations: CNN, Prix, Mercedes, Bahrain, Circuit Locations: Bahrain
In November, Elon Musk's Tesla brought out a novelty tequila called "Tesla Tequila." Tesla CEO Elon Musk first used the word "Teslaquila" in a jokey April 2018 tweet that imagined Tesla had gone bankrupt. Tequila is a designation of of origin, meaning to call your drink "tequila" you have to produce it in Mexico. "[The] name 'Teslaquila' evokes the word Tequila ... (and) Tequila is a protected word," the CRT argued in November 2018. "We welcome Elon Musk and the Tesla tequila brand."
Persons: Elon Musk's Tesla, Tesla, Elon Musk, Muñoz, Read, Elon Musk's, Casa Maestri, Javier Verdura Organizations: Tequila Regulatory, Mexican Institute of Industrial, , eBay, Elon Locations: Tequila, Mexico, California, Mexican
"Vaccine optimism, impressive Chinese factory data and the prospect of continuing fiscal and monetary stimulus is keeping the mood upbeat," CityIndex analyst Fiona Cincotta said. Global equity markets rose on Tuesday, extending the record-breaking gains of the previous month, after strong factory data pointed to a robust recovery in China, while progress on more vaccine candidates reinforced the optimism of the past few weeks, although oil slipped. "After a phenomenal November run-up European markets are broadly resuming gains at the start of December, a traditionally strong month for equities," CityIndex analyst Fiona Cincotta said in a note. "Vaccine optimism, impressive Chinese factory data and the prospect of continuing fiscal and monetary stimulus is keeping the mood upbeat." "Nonetheless this latest fracas does not bode well for collective cohesion in 2021 as vaccine optimism abounds and producers anticipate a strong recovery," she said.
Persons: cryptocurrencies, Fiona Cincotta, drugmaker Pfizer, Dow Jones, DAX, Helima Croft, bode, Read, Goldman Sachs, Cryptocurrencies, Bitcoin, Ripple's, Ethereum Organizations: TPG, Getty, Global, Moderna, Nasdaq, Shanghai, Nikkei, RBC, of, Petroleum, Brent, Goldman Locations: China, United States, Europe, Asia, COVID, Russia, Mexico, Oman
British department store chain Debenhams will close its stores during a liquidation process that could risk 12,000 jobs, its administrators FRP Advisory said Tuesday. In the short-term, Debenhams will continue to trade through its 124 UK stores and online to clear its stocks. British department store chain Debenhams will start a liquidation process that will see its stores close and the potential loss of 12,000 jobs, dealing another hammer blow to the country's retail sector during the COVID-19 pandemic. The decision to wind-down Debenhams, which trades from 124 UK stores, followed its failure to find a buyer, its administrators FRP Advisory said Tuesday. FRP said Debenhams will continue to trade through its UK stores and online to clear its current and contracted stocks.
Persons: Philip Green's, Dorothy Perkins, Read, Gina Drosos, Jared, FRP Organizations: Debenhams, Arcadia Group, Signet, Staff Locations: Philip Green's Arcadia
On Nov. 3, Oregonians voted in favor of Measure 109, creating a regulated therapeutic psilocybin program in the state. Oregon voters signed off on the use of some psychedelics-based treatments in the state by voting in favor of Measure 109. Read more: A major psychedelics company just landed a record sum of cash from VCs. 'It's a step in the right direction'"We would never probably operate under Measure 109 for the very fact that we intend to be Nasdaq-listed," Rahn said. Psilocybin or "magic mushrooms" are seen in an undated photo provided by the DEA Reuters"We've got our eyes on the long game," he said.
Persons: Oregonians, they're, Florian Brand, Mike Novogratz's, Peter Thiel, Brand, JR Rahn, He's, " Rahn, Doug Drysdale, Drysdale, Cybin, hasn't, Read, We've, Sam Chapman, Chapman, You'll, Peter Dejong, Ronan Levy, Levy Organizations: Oregon Health Authority, Cannabis, Business, US Food and Drug Administration, FDA, Life Sciences, Mike Novogratz's Galaxy Investment Partners, Nasdaq, Reuters, AP, Field Trip Health, Los Angeles ., Company, Trip, Oregon Locations: Oregon, Toronto , New York, Los Angeles
Amazon sales surge during a record-breaking holiday shopping season
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( Jordan Valinsky | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com sentiment -0.53   time to read: +1 min
And it's shaping up to be a record-breaking holiday shopping season, too. Amazon said Tuesday that this year's holiday shopping season has been its largest (and longest) ever, which kicked off in mid-October with a delayed Prime Day. Amazon said the record sales had a halo effect on small- and medium-sized businesses that use the platform. Those online sellers brought in nearly $5 billion between Black Friday and Cyber Monday on Amazon — a 60% increase from last year. Amazon AMZN Adobe ADBE As usual,didn't release any specific sales numbers.
Persons: Amazon, Barack, Read Organizations: CNN, Shoppers, Amazon, Revlon Locations: York
25,000 jobs at risk as Debenhams closure follows Topshop collapse
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( Hanna Ziady | Cnn Business | ) edition.cnn.com sentiment -1.00   time to read: 1 min
London (CNN Business) Debenhams, Britain's biggest department store chain, is permanently closing its UK operations. Debenhams, which collapsed into administration in April for the second time in 12 months, said in a statement on Tuesday that it has been unable to find a buyer and will begin to wind down operations. Its 124 UK outlets and online store — employing 12,000 people — will trade to clear stock, after which they will close if no other offers for the business have been received. The future of its 45 franchised stores, which are primarily in the Middle East, south east Asia and eastern Europe, also depends on whether a buyer can be found for the UK business. Earlier on Tuesday, sports retailer JD Sports Fashion confirmed that it had ended discussions about buying Debenhams.
Organizations: London, CNN Business, Debenhams, Britain's, JD Sports, Read Locations: Asia, Europe
The Citi Premier® Card's bonus categories are permanent and uncapped, making it a great "one and done" card. The Citi Premier® Card earns 3x Citi ThankYou points per dollar spent at restaurants, supermarkets, and gas stations — and these bonus categories are permanent and uncapped. Get a head start with the Citi Premier® Card 60,000-point welcome bonusThe Citi Premier® Card welcome bonus is nothing to overlook, either. I've personally been able to get even more value than that with the Citi Premier® Card. Citi has other cards you can pair with the Citi Premier® Card to pool your points in one place, including the Citi® Double Cash Card and Citi Rewards+℠ Card , which have no annual fee.
Persons: You'll, There's, you'll, We're, I've, Chase, It's, They're, there's Organizations: Finance, Citi, American Express, Read, Gas, Air Travel, Chase, Hilton Honors American, Hilton, Premier Credit, JetBlue, Air France, KLM, Blue, Virgin Atlantic, Singapore Airlines, Qantas, TPG, Card, Marriott Locations: U.S, Virgin
The Amazon CEO was an early Airbnb investor, participating in Airbnb's Series A and Series B rounds in 2010 and 2011, respectively. A spokesperson for Bezos Expeditions did not respond to Business Insider's request for comment on its Airbnb investment. While Bezos' payday will likely net him millions of dollars, it will hardly make a difference for the richest man, whose net worth tops $186 billion. Beyond his substantial Amazon stake, Bezos is a prolific investor, with early investments in Google, Uber, and Twitter. Bezos was also an early investor in Business Insider, though he has since sold his stake in the company.
Persons: Jeff Bezos, It's, Airbnb, Read, Brian Chesky, Ashton Kutcher's, Andreessen Horowitz, Bezos, Avery Hartmans Organizations: Amazon, Bezos Expeditions, Securities and Exchange Commission, Investments, Sequoia Capital, Greylock Partners, Bezos, Bloomberg, Google, Twitter, Business Locations: Airbnb, Amazon
WPP CEO Mark Read recently told The Financial Times his company is ready to invest again after being battered by the pandemic. Investors, industry experts, and former WPP executives named nine companies WPP might consider buying in the coming months as it looks to compete with consulting companies like Accenture and Deloitte. The list includes consulting, e-commerce, martech, and healthcare marketing companies, although there's no evidence WPP is considering buying these specific companies. WPP, the world's largest advertising holding company, is in acquisition mode again after taking a massive hit during the pandemic, CEO Mark Read recently told The Financial Times. Industry experts surveyed by Business Insider named nine companies they thought WPP might acquire; to be clear, their answers were based on speculation, and there's no indication WPP is pursuing any of these companies.
Persons: Mark Read, Read, Kantar, Jay MacDonald Organizations: Financial Times, Investors, WPP, Accenture, Deloitte, Financial, Bain Capital, Digital Capital Advisors, Business
The 2020 holiday shopping season has been Amazon's biggest yet, it said in a blog post Tuesday. Current best-sellers on Amazon include the Echo Dot, Barack Obama's memoir "A Promised Land," and colorful sports wear. This year's Cyber Monday is expected to be the biggest online shopping day in US history, according to Adobe Analytics. Holiday shopping has started earlier than everMore customers than ever started their holiday shopping early, Amazon said. As well as starting holiday shopping, people have also been listening to festive music earlier than usual.
Persons: Dot, Barack Obama's, Amazon, Read, Jeff Bezos, Alexa Organizations: Adobe Analytics, Amazon Music, Lego
Nasdaq has said that companies listed on its main US stock exchange should have two "diverse directors" on the board. Currently, three in four companies listed on Nasdaq's stock exchange don't meet these requirements. Companies listed on Nasdaq's US stock exchange will have to have at least one woman and another "diverse" director on their board under new proposals. Currently, three in four companies listed on Nasdaq don't meet these diversity requirements. Benefits of a diverse board range from higher-quality financial disclosures to fewer audit problems, Friedman said.
Persons: New York Times DealBook, Adena Friedman, DealBook, Read, Friedman, Goldman Sachs, David Solomon Organizations: Nasdaq, The New York Times, Securities and Exchange Commission, Companies, New York Times, SEC, Verizon, CNBC, BlackRock Locations: American, Alaska
REUTERS/Rick WilkingWarren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway announced more than $35 billion of investments last quarter. The billionaire investor's company spent almost $18 billion on stocks, repurchased a record $9 billion of its shares, and struck about $10 billion worth of deals. The famed investor's company responded to the backlash by announcing more than $35 billion worth of stock purchases, buybacks, and deals last quarter. They repurchased $9 billion worth in the three-month period, smashing their previous quarterly buyback record of $5.1 billion. Buying and sellingBuffett's company spent nearly $18 billion on stocks last quarter, but it also sold $12.8 billion worth.
Persons: Rick Wilking Warren, Berkshire Hathaway, Buffett, Warren Buffett, Read, Goldman Sachs Organizations: Bank of America, Dominion, Scripps, ION Media, Berkshire, Bristol Myers Squibb, Merck, Pfizer, Read, RBC, Goldman, JPMorgan, Costco Locations: Snowflake, Berkshire, AbbVie, COVID, Wells Fargo
If you want to survive in a world "designed to depress us," Marinova believes taking the time to find small moments of joy in everyday life is the key to true happiness. As a result, the plastic surgery industry has exploded in popularity over recent months. How do you get them to have plastic surgery? He couldn't care less about anti-aging moisturizer, plastic surgery, or smartphones. It's a life of minimalism, but it's also a life of deliberately finding small, daily moments of joy.
Persons: Marinova, Read, Gordon Lee, hasn't, We've, Matt Haig's, Ivan, it's, It's, Ivan doesn't, he's, Haig Organizations: Technology Locations: Rila, Bulgaria
Having your business turn into a success is hard work, and you need to adapt to the times while organizing things as you go. There are several actions you can do to help your business increase its revenue. As a business owner, you may feel as though you're juggling a hundred things at once. Build your websiteHaving a user-friendly site that's up to date is a vital part of growing your company. An optimized and well-designed site can help your business generate new leads and provide an increase in your overall conversion rate.
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The S&P 500 rose to a record intraday high. Bitcoin fell as much as 6.3%, to $18,157.38 after hitting record highs on Monday. The S&P 500 opened at a record high as vaccine progress continued to lift stocks battered the most by the coronavirus pandemic. Bitcoin tumbled further from Monday's record highs to a 24-hour low of $18,157.38. Now read more markets coverage from Markets Insider and Business Insider:Cheap stocks just had their best month ever.
Persons: Thomson, Jerome Powell, Bitcoin, BioNTech, Steven Mnuchin, Powell, Read, Tesla, Dow, Brent, Guggenheim Organizations: Thomson Reuters, Investors, Pfizer, EU, Federal, Senate, Committee, . West Texas, Dow, European Union, Moderna, HSBC, Nasdaq, RBC, Dow Jones, Tesla, Wall, West Texas, Markets, Labor Department Locations: COVID
S&P Global announced plans on Monday to acquire IHS Markit for $44 billion. The deal increases S&P's coverage and scale in a market — financial data — that has consolidated significantly in recent years. S&P Global's $44 billion bid for IHS Markit turned heads, as it marked the biggest acquisition of 2020. On Monday, S&P Global announced plans to acquire IHS Markit, a financial data and analytics provider, in an all-stock deal. IHS Markit is itself a product of dealmaking.
Persons: P's, IHS Markit, Daryl Smith, Smith, Rajiv Bhatia, Platts, Rachel Carpenter, Jeff Silber, they'll, David Schwimmer, Carpenter, Read, Markit, they've, Ellie Mae, Morningstar's Bhatia, Bhatia Organizations: P Global, IHS, Bloomberg, Refinitiv, Intercontinental Exchange, Nasdaq, LSE, Morningstar, P's, BMO Capital Markets, IHS Markit, New York Stock Exchange, Interactive, Corp, London Stock Exchange Group, Industry, ICE, Truevalue Labs Locations: London
Watch Fed Chair Powell and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin speak live to Senate panel
  + stars: | 2020-12-01 | by ( Jeff Cox | ) www.cnbc.com sentiment -0.98   time to read: +1 min
Please refresh the page if you do not see a player above at that time.] Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin head to Capitol Hill on Tuesday for the first of a two-day trip to provide mandated updates on CARES Act funding. The $2.2 trillion rescue package has gone created a variety of programs aimed at helping the U.S. economy get through the coronavirus pandemic. In prepared remarks, Powell said the Senate Finance Committee that the Fed's portion of the money has served as "a backstop to key credit markets and have helped restore the flow of credit from private lenders through normal channels." However, Mnuchin has pulled the plug on many of the programs the Fed has used, and he said the unused funds would be better spent elsewhere.
Persons: Jerome Powell, Steven Mnuchin, Powell, Mnuchin, Read Organizations: Federal, Capitol, Senate Finance Committee, Reserve, CNBC, YouTube Locations: U.S
Dr. Scott Gottlieb, former Food and Drug Administration commissioner, estimated Monday that 30% of Americans will have caught COVID-19 by the end of the year. "We're going to probably have by the end of this year, 30% of the US population infected," Gottlieb told CNBC's "Squawk Box." Former Food and Drug Administration (FDA) chief Dr. Scott Gottlieb on Monday estimated that by the end of the year, 30% of Americans would have been infected with COVID-19. "We're going to probably have by the end of this year, 30% of the US population infected," Gottlieb said. The high number of coronavirus cases this year could help limit the spread of COVID-19 early next year, Gottlieb told CNBC Monday, especially after vaccinations begin.
Persons: Scott Gottlieb, Gottlieb, CNBC's, Deborah Birx, Read Organizations: Food and Drug Administration, FDA, New York Times, CNBC, White, Fitness, Pfizer, Moderna Locations: North Dakota, South Dakota, it's, COVID
ReutersAfter declaring in 2018 that bitcoin has no place in investment portfolios, Bernstein Research's co-head of portfolio strategy told clients on Monday that he's changed his mind. The strategist also said that bitcoin's volatility has dropped significantly in the last three years. Once a crypto skeptic, Bernstein Research's co-head of portfolio strategy now says bitcoin should have a place in investors' portfolios. Fraser-Jenkins also changed his mind on bitcoin because the data on the cryptocurrency has changed since three years ago. The strategist said that bitcoin's volatility has significantly declined in the last three years, which marks it a more attractive store of value.
Persons: bitcoin, Bernstein Research's, he's, Inigo Fraser, Jenkins, Fraser, bitcoin's, Read, cryptocurrencies, Bernstein Research Fraser Organizations: Reuters, Bernstein Research
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