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Gen Alpha tweens who spoke with Business Insider are unconvinced that fear of aging is behind their new obsession. Related VideoGen Alpha's spending powerBy all accounts, Gen Alpha is going to be a mighty generation of big spenders. But Gen Alpha skincare enthusiasts are taking their newfound habit seriously. The survey of nearly 3,000 respondents included 537 US-based 13- to 17-year-olds who were asked about antiaging, skincare, and beauty. Where influences lieIt may be that Gen Alpha kids are learning from their parents as children of millennials and Gen Zers.
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OpenAI's GPT-4 is better than humans at analyzing financial statements and making forecasts, according to a new study. "Even without any narrative or industry-specific information, the LLM outperforms financial analysts in its ability to predict earnings changes," the study found. AdvertisementOpenAI's GPT-4 proved to be a better financial analyst than humans, according to a new study. "Even without any narrative or industry-specific information, the LLM outperforms financial analysts in its ability to predict earnings changes," the study said. AdvertisementThe study utilized "chain-of-thought" prompts that directed GPT-4 to identify trends in financial statements and calculate different financial ratios.
Persons: OpenAI's GPT, , OpenAI's, Sharpe Organizations: Service, Booth School of Business, University of Chicago
Millennials are anxious avocado-eaters who'll never own property, while Gen Zers are depressed snowflakes who take liberties at work. So in the spirit of finding some common ground amid all the mud-slinging, BI asked six therapists what their clients from different generations commonly talk about in therapy. Gen Alpha are also forming friendships outside their family and independent of their parents or carers, and that's reflected in what kids worry about. Diana Garcia, a therapist in Florida, works mainly with older Gen Zers between 18 and 26. MillennialsLike Gen Zers, millennials, who are in their late 20s to early 40s, also feel insecure because they compare the "perfect lives" they see on social media with their own, Owen said.
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Read previewTrader Joe's mini tote bags have only been on sale for a couple of weeks — and they've already sparked a lucrative online resale market. Hundreds of people have already bought the mini tote bags from the online marketplace. "The size is ideal for smaller shopping trips, to pick up those few items you forgot the first time around," Trader Joe's says in the product description. Probably not," one TikToker said in a video of her mini tote. Have you bought a mini tote bag from Trader Joe's?
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"Every time we linked it, it would sell out so quickly," LeSueur told The New York Times. The Buy Guide had to pay for warehouse space and shipping and handling fees, but was allowed to keep the profits, The Times reported. "It was a big risk," LeSueur told CNBC. AdvertisementThe Buy Guide placed another wholesale order for 5,000 – and they sold out in an hour, Retail Dive reported. Reilly told CNBC that Stanley was making more products available with each drop but still wanted "a little bit of scarcity" to create a buzz.
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Can a movie musical based on a Broadway musical based on a film comedy that in turn was based on a parenting book be any good? Sure — if only because the writer-producer Tina Fey and the producer Lorne Michaels have made sure that little has changed in their money-printing property since the first movie hit theaters in 2004. It’s not especially tart and is undeniably over-padded, but its charms and ingratiating likability remain intact. There, she meets nerds and jocks, alphas and betas, and attracts the notice of the queen bee, the aptly named Regina (Reneé Rapp, who played the role on Broadway). Flanked by her vassals, Karen (Avantika) and Gretchen (Bebe Wood), Regina reigns supreme at school where, as the student body’s most attentively studied subject, she is feared, desired and loathed, at times simultaneously.
Persons: Tina Fey, Lorne Michaels, Elvis Mitchell, Mark Waters, Lindsay Lohan, Ben Brantley, It’s, ingratiating, Fey, Cady, Reneé Rapp, Gretchen, Bebe Wood, Regina Organizations: New York Times Locations: Kenya, Regina
In an interview with a millennial, two Gen Alphas explained the rules of texting among young people. However, if typing still feels like too much, the Gen Alphas suggested that she could use the voice-to-text feature to write text messages instead. Millennials, Gen Zers, and increasingly, Gen Alphas, often poke fun at one another online. Gen Zers regularly make fun of millennials for wearing skinny jeans, using outdated phrases, and posting boomerangs on Instagram. For their part, Gen Zers are already predicting how Gen Alphas — who have become known for their bizarre sense of humor and memes — will mock them.
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Instead, something unexpected made it to the top of the list this year: skin care. During the crucial holiday shopping season this year, Gen Alpha's fascination with skin care is expected to fuel a boon in sales. Beauty – two brands that have used TikTok to win over young consumers – also said they expect sizable sales this holiday from parents looking for gifts for their Gen Alpha kids. She said her daughter's interest in skin care is "great," and better than playing around with makeup. He coined the term Gen Alpha and is considered a leading expert on the generation.
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Once early humans had developed spears, Haidt continues,anyone could kill a bullying alpha male. Anything that suggests the aggressive, controlling behavior of an alpha male (or female) can trigger this form of righteous anger, which is sometimes called reactance. In democracies, voters, on average, favor the taller candidate and often crave a “strong leader." They might ostracize him (the alpha male) but mostly they assassinate him. As far as “coercive alpha males" go, Trump is a bully, as demonstrated by his treatment both of competitors for the nomination in 2016 and of Gov.
Generation Zalpha is a major target for marketers due to its talent and its spending power. The internet-native Zalpha generation is a prime target for brands for another reason: its potential spending power. Patrick, the Claire's CMO, recently told AdAge that Gen Alpha is like Gen Z "on steroids." While Gen Z is often described as having grown up online, Gen Alpha was born online. Experts therefore predict Gen Alpha will be more impatient than previous generations, because they'll expect their needs to be met instantaneously.
Insider spoke with teachers and parents about how Tate's beliefs are seeping into young boys' minds. Insider spoke with seven teachers who said Tate's words and beliefs have significantly impacted their students — some as young as 11 years old. Many young boys are drawn in by this promise of personal development. Mary McCarthy, a mother of four from Dublin, told Insider that Tate seems to have an "intoxicating" effect on her 14-year-old son. Speaking to the BBC, Nia Williams, a psychologist and academic, addressed why so many young boys get "sucked in" by Tate's image.
We're highlighting profiles we've done of some of the most powerful people on Wall Street. They are, as you will see, largely white males — a telling reminder of who still wields the power throughout most of Wall Street. Gregg Lemkau was considered a future CEO candidate at Goldman Sachs before he shocked Wall Street by leaving for Michael Dell's investment firm in 2020. Soft-spoken types can sometimes get bulldozed on Wall Street, where so-called alphas often reign supreme. Inside his strategy for turning Goldman into the Amazon of Wall Street.
In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCNBC's stock draft update: Seymour Asset Management's Tim SeymourTim Seymour, Seymour Asset Management CIO, joins 'Closing Bell' to discuss his CNBC Stock Draft picks, detailing why he chose stocks with big alphas and leadership potential.
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