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The Fontainebleau has become one of the hottest Las Vegas hotels since it opened in December. Beyoncé, Leonardo DiCaprio, and Tom Brady were all at the hotel during Super Bowl weekend. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. AdvertisementEven in a city packed with flashy competition, the new Fontainebleau Las Vegas managed to attract the biggest stars during Super Bowl weekend. Beyoncé and Jay-Z dined at Mother Wolf — one of the resort's 36 restaurants — while Leonardo DiCaprio and Tom Brady partied at Poodle Room, its exclusive members-only club.
Persons: Beyoncé, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Brady, Fleur de Lis, , Z, Wolf —, Mark Wahlberg, Lana Del Rey, Papi, Taylor Swift Organizations: Super, Service, Fontainebleau Las Vegas, Kansas City Chiefs, Business Locations: Fontainebleau
Kellogg CEO Gary Pilnick suggested people struggling financially should eat cereal for dinner. AdvertisementCereal for dinner is usually a last resort — when the fridge is empty and money is tight. A cereal executive, however, thinks eating cereal for dinner is a fine way for those struggling to save money. "Cereal for dinner is something that is probably more on trend now, and we would expect to continue as that consumer is under pressure." One viewer suggested that perhaps they "eat the rich" instead.
Persons: Kellogg, Gary Pilnick, , Pilnick Organizations: Service, CNBC, SEC, Business
The world's richest person has faced problems at Tesla, SpaceX and X, ranging from a tanking Tesla valuation to an X advertiser exodus. Tesla's stock slide has erased about $188 billion from its valuation this year, according to Business Insider's calculations. The stock closed at just under $192, leaving it worth just over $600 billion at the close of trading Friday. Before you start feeling too sorry for Musk, though, he's still worth $208 billion. Justin Sullivan/Getty ImagesDelaware pay rulingTo add insult to injury, a Delaware judge also ruled against Musk's $55 billion Tesla pay package last month.
Persons: , Elon Musk, Tesla, Seth Goldstein, Morningstar, Roth, Craig Irwin, Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway, Eli Lilly, he's, He's, Elon, Justin Sullivan, Musk, rkbH7mKNw2, Fidelity, Axios, Starlink, Russia's Organizations: Service, Elon, SpaceX, Business, Big Tech, Microsoft, Apple, Nvidia, Meta, Tesla, EV, Bloomberg, Wall, Getty Images Delaware, Musk's, Lone Star, Twitter, Insider Intelligence, X Locations: Delaware, Tesla, Texas, Ukrainian, Chernihiv, Ukraine, Kyiv, Houston
Read previewIn 2024, cringe is in: people are in love, and they don't care who knows it. It goes without saying that Taylor Swift and Travis Kelce are embracing cringe on an unparalleled scale. They're blowing kisses on the jumbotron and running into each other's arms in front of millions of Super Bowl spectators. It can also be comforting to feel like you're following social norms and doing what society expects of you. "If we are with someone, they're going to have flaws, they're going to annoy us.
Persons: , cringe, Taylor Swift, Travis Kelce, Selena Gomez, Benny Blanco, Travis Barker, Rocky, haring, ross, eople, ike, ould, ove, ingle Organizations: Service, Super Bowl, Business, ailey, ust Locations: ife, alues
They travel together, but time away with just one child and one parent has perks that family trips don't often provide, she said. "Travelling with only one child allows you to focus on the needs of only that child," she said. Source: Sonja ProkopecProkopec hasn't taken solo trips with her two youngest children, mostly because of Covid-19, she said. Mother-and-daughter trips in particular are on the rise, though father-and-child trips are also becoming more popular, according to the company. She said she vividly remembers the trips she took as a child with her mother and grandmother.
Persons: Sonja Prokopec, Prokopec, she's, , Prokopec's, Laith, Sonja Prokopec Prokopec hasn't, Scott Dunn, Scott Dunn's, Mike Harlow, Scott Dunn's Mike Harlow, Harlow, Chiang, Monica Pitrelli, Madeline Austin Organizations: CNBC Travel, Istock, Getty, Yellowstone, Hollywood Locations: Rome, London, Turkey, Norway, Finland, Africa, Cambodia, Vietnam, Thailand, Sri Lanka, South Korea, India, Chiang Rai, Myanmar, Thai, California, Los Angeles , California
[You can listen to this episode of “The Ezra Klein Show” on the NYT Audio App, Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google or wherever you get your podcasts.] He is skipping things like Super Bowl interviews, having trouble in press conferences and that if things don’t change, this is not going to go well. And that there is another option for Democrats, that Biden could step aside and Democrats could do what parties have done many times before and go to a convention. And this is something I said we would also do in this little series, which is take questions on it. Our great senior editor, Claire Gordon, has joined me here to sort of be the audience representative and make sure I’m actually answering questions.
Persons: , Ezra Klein, Joe Biden, Biden, Elaine Kamarck, Claire Gordon Organizations: Apple, Spotify, Amazon Music, Google, Democrats
Just weeks after Amazon cut hundreds of jobs across its Prime Video and MGM Studios divisions, the advertisements officially arrived on Prime Video on Jan. 29. This gives Amazon first-hand customer data from Prime members it can leverage for advertisers who want to show ads during Prime Video shows. "While still early days, streaming TV advertising continues to grow quickly," Jassy said on the fourth-quarter earnings call. Additionally, the potential audience for Prime Video is huge – the company has said it has more than 200 million Prime subscribers. Prime Video keeps putting out new movies and shows like the popular "Lord of the Rings", "Reacher", "Mr. & Mrs. Smith", and "Citadel".
Persons: There's, Andy Jassy, , Jassy, Brian Olsavsky, Cowen, TD Cowen, Canaves, Smith, Peacock, Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Jim Organizations: MGM Studios, Netflix, Disney, Amazon, Amazon Web Services, Walmart, Kroger, Insider Intelligence, Prime, Paramount Global, Walmart –, TV, U.S, Intelligence, National Football League, Football, Nielsen, QR, NFL, Comcast, Miami Dolphins, Kansas City Chiefs, Chiefs, San Francisco 49ers, Super, Paramount, CNBC
Why designers are rethinking the toilet
  + stars: | 2024-02-22 | by ( Jacqui Palumbo | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +11 min
CNN —Consider the toilet — that humble porcelain bowl that spirits away our waste several times a day. Rethinking how we deal with waste may also present an opportunity: Our excrement can be converted into renewable heat, electricity and fertilizer. Ugo CarmeniKnown as a “Huussi” in Finnish, the dry toilet separates urine from stool and is ventilated to keep odors out — In Finland, dry toilets are particularly prevalent in rural summer cottages, Renell told CNN in a video call. Kelsey McWilliams/Point of ShiftNow a water, sanitation and hygiene consultant for over ten years, McWilliams founded Point of Shift to create circular systems for clients within the US. The humble dry toilet and a large-scale urban sewage system may be at opposite ends of the spectrum, but they are both solutions to the same problem.
Persons: It’s, , Arja Renell, Ugo Carmeni, Renell, Kelsey McWilliams, Melinda Gates, McWilliams, There’s, “ It’s, ” McWilliams, ChangeWater, Diana Yousef, ” Yousef, What’s, , Yousef, ’ ”, San, Sarah Perfekt “, Amanda Haux, Sarah Perfekt, Haux, ” Renell Organizations: CNN, Environmental Protection Agency, Venice Biennale, University of Delaware, WHO, UNICEF’s, Locations: Flushing, Finnish, Venice, Finland, Uganda, Panama, California, San Francisco, Swedish, Helsingborg, RecoLab, reimagining, Sweden,
How to buy tickets for Usher's 2024 concert tourYou can buy original standard tickets to Usher's Past Present Future Tour on Ticketmaster. Prices for standard original tickets to Usher's 2024 tour vary depending on date, location, and demand. On StubHub, resale ticket prices tend to be more affordable for Usher's 2024 concert tour. Usher has yet to announce any opening acts for his 2024 concert tour. Usher's 2024 tour will include two shows in Toronto, Canada, in September and two performances in Vancouver, Canada, in November.
Persons: Usher, Usher's, We've, Diamond Barstool, Savage, Summer Walker, StubHub Organizations: Business, Super, FL, IL, AZ, Ticketmaster Locations: Las Vegas, American, United States, Canada, Atlanta , Georgia, Houston , Texas, Atlanta, Washington, Baltimore, Boston, Philadelphia, Toronto, ON, Brooklyn, NY, Detroit, MI, Denver, Inglewood, CA, Oakland, Dallas, Austin, Miami, Charlotte, NC, Louis, Chicago, Minneapolis, Vancouver, BC, Seattle, WA, Vegas, Anaheim, Phoenix, Houston, Miami , Florida, Dallas , Texas, Minneapolis , Minnesota, North America
So far, almost 3.9 million borrowers have gotten their education debt erased, totaling $138 billion in relief . Under the U.S. Department of Education's income-driven repayment plans, student loan borrowers are entitled to get any of their remaining debt forgiven after 20 or 25 years. The companies earn a fee per borrower per month, which advocates say discourages transparency around loan forgiveness opportunities. "Loan servicers were not tracking the number of qualifying payments, and the automatic forgiveness was not occurring," Kantrowitz said. Scott Buchanan, executive director of the Student Loan Servicing Alliance, a trade group for federal student loan servicers, denied that the companies benefit by veering from the government's orders.
Persons: Joe Biden, Culver City Julian, Mark Kantrowitz, servicers, Nadine Chabrier, Kantrowitz, he'd, Scott Buchanan, Buchanan, Biden, who've, Persis Yu Organizations: Culver City, Culver City Julian Dixon Library, Education Department, U.S . Department of Education, U.S . Department, Center for, Lending, The Education, Finance, IRS, Student Loan, Alliance, Student, Protection Locations: Culver City , California, U.S
The Biden administration said Wednesday it would forgive $1.2 billion in student debt for nearly 153,000 borrowers enrolled its new repayment program, called the Saving on a Valuable Education, or SAVE, plan. Borrowers usually get debt forgiveness under income-driven repayment plans, including SAVE, after 20 or 25 years of payments. But under the SAVE plan, those who borrowed less can get their debt canceled after just a decade. In January, the Biden administration said it would soon start to forgive the debt of these borrowers who had signed up for its new plan. It has now canceled debt for almost 3.9 million borrowers, totaling $138 billion in relief.
Persons: Joe Biden, Biden, you've, Education Miguel Cardona Organizations: White House, Valuable Education, SAVE, Education, Finance, IRS, U.S . Department of Education, CNBC PRO Locations: Washington ,
China, Japan, and Italy are all battling dwindling birth rates — and their struggles are a reminder of an issue that could eventually become a problem for the US. Elon Musk, with his three-year-old son X AE A-Xii at the 2024 Super Bowl, thinks low birth rates pose a risk to civilization. Meanwhile, economists have warned for years about plunging birth rates in Italy . AdvertisementChina has also struggled to raise its birth rate. Congress has also played up the potential for immigration to boost the economy over the longer term.
Persons: , millennials, Zeds, Zers, you’ve, Marc Ostwald, That’s, Elon Musk, Musk, X, Rob Carr, Italy party’s, , ADM’s, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, , ” Ostwald, Martin Heinrich Organizations: Service, United Nations, Business, ADM Investor Services International, Congressional, Republican, Democrat, Economic Committee Locations: China, Japan, Italy, India, “ Japan
Apple launches its first sports app
  + stars: | 2024-02-21 | by ( Oliver Darcy | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +2 min
The company on Wednesday launched Apple Sports, a free app for the iPhone that delivers real-time scores, key statistics, and live betting odds. At launch, users will have access to live data from the NBA, NHL, and MLS, among other leagues. On Wednesday, Apple will launch a new app. Apple has in recent years struck deals with various sports leagues, such as the MLB and MLS, to stream games on its Apple TV+ streaming service. While Apple Sports can alert users to where a game is being broadcast, it will not stream games directly inside the app, instead pointing users to the correct app to watch the action.
Persons: , , Eddy, Apple’s Organizations: CNN, Apple, Wednesday, Apple Sports, NBA, NHL, MLS, NCAA, NFL, MLB, Services, ESPN, Super Bowl, Nielsen
Gabrielle Dawson was laid off from her job at a Michigan news station on February 13. Dawson said she was confused about why her job was cut, as she'd only been hired three months prior. She added that management knew she relocated for the job, making the layoff even more surprising. AdvertisementA millennial who worked for a Michigan news station owned by Paramount Global said she was laid off three months after she moved to take the job. On February 13, Gabrielle Dawson recorded the moment a general manager told her that layoffs were impacting her role.
Persons: Gabrielle Dawson, Dawson, , TikTok, they'd, Bob Bakish, Bakish, she'd, she's, it's, Gabrielle Dawson Dawson, would've, I'm Organizations: Service, Paramount Global, Super Bowl, CBS, Paramount, Nickelodeon, Univision, CNBC Locations: Michigan, Gun, Detroit
Apple releases free new sports app for iPhone
  + stars: | 2024-02-21 | by ( Kif Leswing | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +5 min
The app, called Apple Sports, does one thing well: show sports scores from all the major teams and leagues. Apple services chief Eddy Cue said the company designed the app to be fast and simple for multiple quick checks per day. This new app, which won't come pre-installed on iPhones, is tightly integrated with Apple's other Services apps, such as the TV app and News app. It works for sports Apple carries, as well as games on streaming services that are connected to the Apple TV app, many of which still require a cable subscription but will increasingly be available from over-the-top streamers. Apple will also have features that will allow users to follow college basketball's March Madness tournament in the app, Cue said.
Persons: Aaron Judge, Roger Maris, Eddy Cue, incentivized, there's, it's Organizations: York Yankees, Texas Rangers, New York Yankees, Globe Life, Getty, Apple Sports, Major League Soccer, Apple, Super, Major League Baseball, Golden State Warriors, New England Patriots, Apple Apple, National Football League, YouTube, CNBC, National Basketball Association . Apple, Google, Apple News, Duke, Hollywood, Sports, MLB NFL NCAA, WNBA MLS, NCAA, NHL Bundesliga, Liga, Ligue, League Serie Locations: York, Arlington , Texas, U.S, Canada
1 on the Billboard country airplay chart this week, making her the first Black female artist to hold the top spot. 9 on the Billboard country chart. “Texas Hold ’Em” has already drawn more than 19 million streams, and “16 Carriages” has 10.3 million streams. But the sudden success of Beyoncé’s country singles comes at a time when Black women have started to receive acclaim within that realm. Beyoncé is the first woman to top both the Hot Country Songs chart and the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart since they were established in 1958, according to Billboard.
Persons: , Tracy Chapman, Luke Combs, Mickey Guyton, Brittney Spencer, Beyoncé Organizations: Billboard, , Verizon Locations: Texas
Kim Kardashian posted a photo of a Tesla Cybertruck on her Instagram. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . The billionaire reality-star-turned-mogul showed off a Tesla Cybertruck on her Instagram story on Tuesday with the caption "Cool Carpool Mom." This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: Kim Kardashian, Pharrell Williams, Lady Gaga, Tesla, , she's Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Hollywood
CNN —Two men were charged with murder and other felony charges for their roles in the mass shooting after a Kansas City Chiefs championship rally last week, Jackson County Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker said Tuesday. Lyndell Mays, of Raytown, and Dominic M. Miller, of Kansas City, were both charged with second-degree murder, unlawful use of a weapon and two counts of armed criminal action, the prosecutor’s office said. Though they were both charged with murder, Miller’s firearm was the one that fatally wounded Lisa Lopez-Galvan, a mother of two and local DJ and radio host. The incident was at least the 48th mass shooting in the United States in 2024, according to the Gun Violence Archive, which like CNN counts those in which four or more are shot, not including a perpetrator. Police initially said Wednesday they detained three people after the shooting, but one was later “determined to not be involved.”
Persons: Jean Peters Baker, Lyndell Mays, Dominic M, Miller, Mays, Baker, Lisa Lopez, Galvan, Lopez, Organizations: CNN, Kansas City Chiefs, Juvenile Detention, Denver, NBA’s Nuggets, Super Bowl, Police Locations: Jackson County, Raytown, Kansas City, United States
Twitter staff also took to watching a social-media account that tracks Musk's planes, according to a new book about the company. Musk's jet travels made Sweeney's jet-tracking account @Elonjet more active than ever. Musk also reached out directly to Sweeney about the jet-tracking account. AdvertisementSince then, the college student has set up an account on the site that posts Musk's flight data with a 24-hour delay. The college student also posts flight data associated with other celebrities, including Taylor Swift and Mark Zuckerberg.
Persons: , Elon, Musk, Jack Sweeney —, Kurt Wagner, Wagner, Elon Musk, Sweeney, he'd, Lars Moravy, Andrej Karpathy, Parag Agrawal, Agrawal, Vijaya Gadde, Jack Dorsey, Alex Spiro, Dorsey, Taylor Swift, Mark Zuckerberg, Grimes Organizations: Service, Twitter, Bloomberg, Business, SpaceX, Tesla, Gulfstream, Super, University of Central, University of Central Florida Locations: San Francisco, Texas, California, University of Central Florida
CNN —Beyoncé’s new song “Texas Hold ‘Em” debuted in the top spot of Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart on Tuesday, the publication announced. Beyoncé’s other new country song “16 Carriages” ranks No. She is also the first woman to have topped both the Hot Country and Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs charts since the lists began in 1958. Morgan Wallen, Justin Bieber, Billy Ray Cyrus and Ray Charles are the only other artists to have reached No. Both “16 Carriages” and “Texas Hold ‘Em” were released on Feb. 11 after Beyoncé teased the release of new music in a surprise Super Bowl ad for Verizon, accompanied with eye-popping visualizer videos on YouTube.
Persons: CNN —, , Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Morgan Wallen, Justin Bieber, Billy Ray Cyrus, Ray Charles, Veep, Tony Hale, Queen Bey Organizations: CNN, Billboard, Verizon, YouTube Locations: Texas
Astrology, numerology, psychics, the Chinese zodiac — she’s open to all manner of metaphysical messaging. Then I went to wait in her airy kitchen, which happens to have the most expertly arranged, hand-labeled spice drawer I have ever encountered. All stars point to ‘this is your year.’ ’’Indeed, Ms. Hall seems to be everywhere. She’s selling $88 carrot cakes and nesting bowls decorated with okra flowers from her Sweet Heritage line on QVC. (She’s a Taurus.)
Persons: Carla Hall’s, , , Hall Organizations: Washington , D.C, QVC Locations: Takoma, Washington ,, Doritos
Is your iPhone wet? Apple's new support doc says rice can actually cause more damage to your iPhone. AdvertisementHave you ever been told to put your iPhone in a bowl of rice after accidentally dropping it in the sink or — even worse — toilet? After that, store the phone in a dry area where there's some airflow for at least 30 minutes, then try charging it. Nevertheless, your wet phone may still have a likely chance of surviving.
Persons: , Apple, Apple didn't Organizations: Service, Apple, Business
Few prices are as visible to Americans as the ones they encounter at the grocery store or drive-through window, which is why two years of rapid food inflation have been a major drag for U.S. households and the Biden administration. But now, the trend in grocery and restaurant inflation appears to be on the cusp of changing. After months of rapid increase, the cost of food at home climbed at a notably slower clip in January. And from packaged food providers to restaurant chains, companies across the food business are reporting that they are no longer raising prices as steeply. In others, it’s because the prices that companies pay for inputs like packaging and labor are no longer rising as sharply.
Persons: Biden Organizations: Shoppers
This month’s Title Search encourages you to discover 10 thrillers with settings around the world. The titles of the novels are hidden below within an unrelated text passage. As you read along, tap or click the words when you think you’ve found a title. When you uncover each title, the answer section at the bottom of the screen grows to create a reading list with more information and links to the books. A new literary quiz lands on the Books page each week and you can match wits with previous puzzles in the Book Review Quiz Bowl archive.
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Following Tuesday's trade, Jim Cramer's Charitable Trust will own 600 shares of WYNN, increasing its weighting in the portfolio to 1.85% from 1.5%. We're buying the dip in Wynn Resorts, which was trading lower by roughly 4% on Tuesday. Given the positive update about travel to Macao, a special administrative region of China, you would think Wynn shares would be trading higher on the session. However, softness has not shown up in the Macao travel and gross gaming revenue numbers. Jim waits 45 minutes after sending a trade alert before buying or selling a stock in his charitable trust's portfolio.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Wynn, WYNN, Wynn's, Jim Cramer, Jim Organizations: Wynn Resorts, WYNN, Macao Government Tourism Office, Super, Bowl, CNBC Locations: Macao, China, Vegas
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