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Now, ticket prices have increased, and the Parfitt family is looking at flights that cost $5,000 more than initially planned. In October, the family spent $12,093 on four business-class tickets for a January flight on Turkish Airlines. With no available Turkish Airlines flights, airline staff rebooked the Parfitt family on an Emirates flight to Denpasar with a layover in Dubai the next day. Related storiesAfter 13 calls to Turkish Airlines, Parfitt said an agent finally discovered the issue: The family had been incorrectly marked as no-shows on the second leg of their original Turkish Airlines flight. Turkish Airlines' no-show policy states that a business-semi-flexible ticket isn't automatically canceled; it "may be reused for a specified fee, no refunds."
Persons: , Justin Parfitt, Parfitt, it's, wasn't, Annabelle, hadn't, Justin Parfitt Parfitt, It's, I'm Organizations: Service, Turkish Airlines, Business, Companies, American Airlines, BI, Emirates Locations: Indonesia, France, Bali, Toulouse, Madrid, Istanbul, Denpasar, Emirates, Dubai, Turkish
I'm an attorney who practices exclusively in estate planning, elder law, and estate administration fields. AdvertisementWhen I've dealt with inheritance at my job, I've noticed that putting money on the table changes people. Grief impacts the way people handle inheritance issuesIt breaks my heart to see families fighting over inheritance. I've also seen that inheritance has the power to do goodI think a lot of people assume that inheritances can impact families for the worse. I've seen beneficiaries who didn't expect to inherit anything from someone receive a surprise check, or money being given to charitable organizations.
Persons: Jennifer Rozelle, who's, I've, , it's, I'd Organizations: Service, Estate & Elder, Business Locations: Indiana
And among those watching most closely are world leaders near and far. Of course, world leaders have generally stayed mum on the issue of which man they prefer – although I would wager that most favor the status quo over a return to the raucous years of Trump’s presidency. Some world leaders have already signaled their aversion to another Trump presidency. But for these foreign leaders, coming out against Trump is a move that is chock full of risks. The stakes in this election are too high for global leaders to stay mum.
Persons: Michael Bloomberg, Read, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Biden “, , Trump, Trump’s, , Hank Sheinkopf, Biden, Javier Milei, Israel’s Netanyahu, Victor Orbán, Russia’s Vladimir Putin, it’s, Justin Trudeau, isn’t, Brazil’s Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, octogenarian Biden, “ Trump, Sheinkopf, Don’t, Team Biden, Organizations: New York, CNN, Trump, NATO, , Biden, Canadian, Worker’s Party, Team Trump, Team Locations: United States, Latin America, Africa, America, Asia, China, Argentina, Hungary, Brazilian, Gaza, Brazil, Russia, India, South Africa, Washington
CNN —Badly behaved bachelor and bachelorette partygoers could soon face heavy fines if they overstep the mark in a Spanish resort town. The authorities in the town of Platja d’Aro, on Spain’s Costa Brava and around 60 miles northeast of Barcelona, have introduced fines for anyone daring to go out in public in costumes depicting genitalia or carrying sex dolls. Platja d’Aro has a population of 12,500, but on summer weekends it can draw in around 150,000 visitors a day. The town council this week approved the new fines and said it would hire more police to enforce them. Police will issue a penalty, but alleged offenders could appeal and would not have to pay on the spot, the city hall spokesman said.
Persons: bachelorette partygoers, Platja d’Aro Organizations: CNN, City Hall Locations: Spanish, Platja, Costa Brava, Barcelona, Spain, Mallorca, Balearic
Read previewA vacation to Myrtle Beach last spring turned into a wake-up call for Jamie Bernardi and her family. Jamie BernardiThis is what researchers variously call the "trickle-down effect," "the ripple effect," or "the halo effect": when a person's lifestyle changes benefit their family members and close contacts who aren't under medical care. Doctors and researchers hope the trickle-down effect will help curb new cases of obesity. Taking controlThe trickle-down effect isn't just an added bonus. Just three weeks after she first jabbed her belly with Mounjaro, Bernardi bought everyone in her family generic watches to count their steps.
Persons: , Jamie Bernardi, Bernardi, Keeley J, Pratt, Lisa Green, Green, Mounjaro, Lisa Green Lisa, it's, she'll, " Bernardi, Sandy Huffaker Organizations: Service, Business, CDC, Human, Science, The Ohio State University, Lisa Green Lisa Green People, The Washington, Getty Images Locations: Myrtle Beach, Weirton, West Virginia
Read previewIsrael's ongoing war in Gaza — and President Joe Biden's continued support for it — has become a major issue in the 2024 election. After Hamas killed more than 1,200 people in its October 7 attack, Israel launched a counteroffensive aimed at eliminating the group. Here's a guide to where President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump stand on Israel — and why some are threatening to stay home or cast protest votes in November. I mean, moving shots of bombs being dropped into buildings in Gaza… it's a very bad picture for the world." For these voters — some of whom may have even had family members killed in Gaza — they argue that the war outweighs all other considerations.
Persons: , Joe Biden's, That's, Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Israel —, Biden, he's, Nathan Howard, Israel Trump, Israel, Israel Hayom, Trump, Benjamin Netanyahu, Doug Mills, Syria —, we're, Biden's, it's, Abdullah Hammoud, Jill Stein, Cornel West Organizations: Service, Business, UN, United Nations Relief, Works Agency, GOP, Israeli, Washington Post, Muslim, Democratic, Biden, Trump, Green Party Locations: Gaza, Israel, Rafah, Tel Aviv, Jerusalem, Syria, Biden's Israel, Dearborn, Michigan
Read previewThe company behind San Francisco's $700-a-month tiny sleeping "pods" has accused city officials of worsening the city's homelessness problem as it battles a lengthy investigation. James Stallworth, CEO of Brownstone Shared Housing, told Business Insider that San Francisco Planning Department staff had an "adversarial attitude toward housing." Brownstone says it is waiting for city officials to approve a change-of-use request so it can continue operating its 4-foot-high sleeping pods in Mint Plaza. City officials told BI that Brownstone still needed to complete important safety upgrades to comply with the law. AdvertisementThe pods made headlines late last year after proving a hit with some tech workers seeking affordable accommodation in central San Francisco.
Persons: , James Stallworth, Daniel Sider, Stallworth, Sider, Christian Lewis Organizations: Service, Francisco's, San Francisco Planning Department, Business, Tech Locations: San Francisco, Francisco
Boeing 737 Max 8 fuselages manufactured by Spirit Aerosystems in Wichita, Kansas are transported on a BSNF train heading west over the Bozeman Pass March 12, 2019 in Bozeman, Montana. The FAA ordered the report following a near-catastrophic blowout of an airplane door panel on a new 737 Max 9 earlier this year. The FAA also barred Boeing from increasing 737 Max production until the agency was satisfied with Boeing's quality control improvements. The crisis has again tarnished Boeing's reputation, opened it to more federal scrutiny and forced it to slow 737 Max output. Boeing Chief Financial Officer Brian West last week said the company expects to burn cash this year, instead of generating cash.
Persons: Spirit Aerosystems, Dave Calhoun, Max, Mike Whitaker, Brian West, Calhoun, , West Organizations: Boeing, Max, Spirit, Federal Aviation Administration, FAA, Alaska Airlines, United, Southwest Locations: Wichita , Kansas, Bozeman, Bozeman , Montana
CNN —As visitors explore the recently opened Perth Museum and Art Gallery in Scotland, they come face-to-face with the past. Perth Museum, Culture Perth & Kinross/Chris Rynn“The excavator speculated that a desperate injury had been inflicted that possibly caused the individual’s death,” according to information that the museum shared. Perth Museum, Culture Perth & Kinross/Chris RynnEach skull took about 50 hours to reconstruct. After reconstructing each skull digitally, Rynn added layers of tissue, estimating tissue depths by studying each skull’s shape. At the end of his reconstructions, Rynn used an algorithm to animate the faces, allowing them to blink or change expressions.
Persons: Chris Rynn, Mark Hall, I’ve, ” Rynn, Hall, we’ve, what’s, ” Hall, you’ve, Organizations: CNN, Perth Museum, Art, Perth, Culture, Kinross, of Aberdeen Locations: Scotland, Kinross, Culture Perth, Perth, Perthshire, Scotland’s
From left to right: Johan Pihl, Doconomy's chief creative officer and co-founder, and Mathias Wikstrom, chief executive officer and co-founder. DoconomySwedish climate-focused financial technology startup Doconomy told CNBC on Thursday that it's raised 34 million euros ($36.9 million) from leading European banks, including UBS and Commerzbank . Credit ratings agency S&P Global came on board as a new investor, while existing shareholders Motive Ventures, PostFinance and Tenity also participated. watch nowDoconomy plans to use the fresh cash to drive expansion into North America and roll out new products, CEO and co-founder Mathias Wikstrom told CNBC in an interview. Mathias Wikstrom CEO, Doconomy
Persons: Johan Pihl, Mathias Wikstrom, it's, Tenity, Wikstrom, Jordan Peterson, It's, Doconomy Organizations: CNBC, UBS, Commerzbank, UBS Next, P Global, Motive Ventures, PostFinance, Boston Consulting Group, Mastercard, United Nations, Dreams Technology, Citi Ventures, Ikea Locations: Sweden, North America
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. Advertisement"Right now there's way too much confidence about the future trajectory of AI," Romer said. However, the economist argued there was not enough data available for the tech to keep progressing at the same pace. "It's just a lot of hype, the typical bubble hype where people are trying to cash in on the latest trend." Taken together, Romer and Kaltbaum see AI-linked stocks as hogging the market's gains — rightfully or not — and view the frenzy as a sign of problems ahead.
Persons: , Paul Romer, Gee, Romer, Gary Kaltbaum, Kaltbaum Organizations: Service, Bloomberg, Business, World Bank, Boston College, Nvidia, Nike, Kaltbaum Capital Management, Fox Business
South Africans were on edge Thursday as votes trickled in from a tight national election, with early returns showing poor results for the African National Congress, the party that has governed the country for three decades. — for the first time — would need to form a coalition with one or more rival parties in order to stay in power. In South Africa’s parliamentary system, President Cyril Ramaphosa, the leader of the African National Congress, would need the support of members of the opposition in order to serve a second term. would significantly change South African politics, and also its policies, shifting the country away from a government dominated by a single party to one held together by fragile coalitions. in small municipalities, but has been fraught in large cities like Johannesburg, where it has led to political infighting.
Persons: , Cyril Ramaphosa Organizations: African National Congress Locations: Africa’s, Johannesburg
CNN —Iga Świątek criticised the French Open crowd for shouting during points following her tense second-round victory against Naomi Osaka on Wednesday. When you scream something during the rally or right before the return, it’s really, really hard to be focused … This is serious for us, we’re fighting our whole lives to be better and better and sometimes it’s just hard to accept that. “Osaka vs Swiatek is a brilliant watch,” Andy Murray posted on X, adding that the sport should be doing more to promote the match. CNN has contacted the French Open for comment regarding fan behaviour. “It’s hard to have any logical thoughts because it was really intense and on a really high level,” Świątek told reporters.
Persons: Iga Świątek, Naomi Osaka, Świątek, Roland Garros, Philippe Chatrier, , , ” Świątek, it’s, Andy Murray, Osaka, Jean, Francois Badias, Justine Henin, Jana Fett, Marie Bouzková Organizations: CNN, Osaka, , Swiatek, Świątek Locations: Swiatek, Osaka, Madrid, Rome, Czech
Chandan Khanna | Afp | Getty ImagesOrange juice prices have climbed to fresh all-time highs amid persistent supply constraints, pushing the industry into crisis mode and forcing some makers to consider alternative fruits. The benchmark frozen concentrated orange juice futures, traded on the Intercontinental Exchange in New York, closed at $4.77 per pound on Wednesday . Orange juice on display in a grocery store on Jan. 19, 2023, in Miami, Florida. "A lot of them will be changing the quantities of juice they are putting in their blends to drop the orange juice and increase other juices, such as pear juice, apple juice, grape juice, so they are less reliant on the orange juice," Campbell told CNBC via telephone. "It does seem like this [situation] is going to be here for the longer term," he added, noting that some players in the orange juice market had observed a large drop in demand year-over-year.
Persons: Chandan Khanna, That's, Joe Raedle, Harry Campbell, Campbell, Fundecitrus Organizations: Afp, Getty, Intercontinental Exchange, CNBC, Bloomberg Locations: Arcadia , Florida, Florida, Brazil, U.S, New York, Orange, Miami , Florida, Itupeva, Sao Paulo state, Sao Paulo
Read previewShopify plans to stop referring to its Shopify Plus offering as a stand-alone brand, according to an internal post viewed by Business Insider. By deprecating the Shopify Plus brand, Shopify could be signaling that it no longer needs or wants to differentiate between its various customer segments. To make this obvious, we started a product line called Shopify Plus and built entire marketing campaigns around the Shopify Plus brand. We built Plus brand as a counter-position to the Shopify brand. Shopify Plus will have all the same brand equity as Shopify Advanced or Shopify Basic.
Persons: , Kaz Nejatian, Nejatian, Harley Finkelstein, Shopify, Bobby Morrison, Adrianna Burrows Organizations: Service, Business, Shopify, Manhattan Associates Locations: Shopify's, mstone@businessinsider.com
What do the charts say after this sudden 20% drop in price? After making a new all-time high of around $318 in early March, Salesforce demonstrated choppy, sideways price action into mid-April. A gap lower in price pushed CRM below its 50-day moving average, which often serves as an early warning sign of an impending trend change. From mid-April until this week, Salesforce has again settled into a sideways price range, this time between $268 and $290. While CRM was in a somewhat precarious position leading into this week, the gap lower post-earnings represented a sudden revaluation for this former technology leader.
Persons: Let's, Salesforce, we'd, it's, David Keller Organizations: CRM, CMT
"With yields holding firm at elevated levels , large caps continue to outperform small caps. Hopes for multiple rate cuts from the Federal Reserve this year have dimmed after recent inflation readings showed signs of stickiness. An economy that is growing more slowly, but with cooler inflation, could be the combination small caps need. Small caps could also benefit from an uptick in the global economy that benefits areas like manufacturing that has heavy representation in the small-cap index. Investors who really want exposure to small caps could also look outside of the U.S. Wolfe Research analyst Rob Ginsberg said in a May 29 note to clients that global small caps are outperforming their U.S. counterparts and are poised for a potential breakout.
Persons: Russell, Todd Sohn, JC O'Hara, Roth MKM, Chad Miller, you've, Miller, Cayla, Seder, Mark Haefele, Solita, Angelo Kourkafas, Edward Jones, Rob Ginsberg, — CNBC's Michael Bloom Organizations: CNBC, ESG, Silicon Valley Bank, Federal Reserve, Big Tech, Companies, UBS, Institute, Supply, PMI, Investors, U.S . Wolfe Research Locations: Thrivent, Silicon
If inflation continues to decelerate in the coming months, mortgage rates could fall further. See more mortgage rates on Zillow Real Estate on ZillowMortgage Refinance Rates TodayMortgage type Average rate today This information has been provided by Zillow. See more mortgage rates on Zillow Real Estate on ZillowMortgage CalculatorUse our free mortgage calculator to see how today's mortgage rates will affect your monthly and long-term payments. But because inflation has been somewhat sticky in recent months, mortgage rates have remained elevated so far this year. Lower mortgage rates will bring more buyers onto the market, putting upward pressure on prices.
Persons: Fannie Mae Organizations: Zillow, Federal Reserve, Mortgage, Association, ARM Locations: Chevron
Keep reading to learn everything you need to know about how to watch the 2024 Women's College World Series, including cable and live streaming options. Since the Women's College World Series picked back up after the 2020 Covid-related cancellation, the University of Oklahoma's softball team has won every year under head coach Patty Gasso. We've put together all of the details you need to live stream the Women's College World Series. How to watch the Women's College World Series in the USThe 2024 Women's College World Series airs across ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU, and ABC. Shop at SlingHow to watch the Women's College World Series from anywhereIf you'll be traveling outside the US during any of the Women's College World Series, you can always try keeping up with your subscriptions using a VPN.
Persons: Patty Gasso, they'd, you've, We've, There's, ExpressVPN Organizations: Business, NCAA Division, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Sooners, Women's, University of Oklahoma's, Gasso, ESPN, ESPN2, ABC, Games, MLB, NHL, NFL, UFC, Hulu, Disney Plus, ESPN Sling Locations: Oklahoma, While Oklahoma, Texas
Inflation is taking baby steps towards coming back to where policymakers want it, with a report due Friday expected to show more of that creeping progress. Core inflation is expected to have slowed to 0.2%, which would represent at least some further progress toward easing price pressure on weary consumers. "That said, getting to the Fed's 2% target is apt to be a bumpy landing." However, policymakers' expectations that housing inflation will cool this year have been largely thwarted, throwing another wrinkle into the debate. CPI inflation ran at 3.4% for the all-items measure in April and 3.6% for core, well above the Fed's target.
Persons: Dow Jones, Carol Schleif Organizations: Dow, BMO Family Office, Labor Locations: PCE
Daiwa raised its price target to $1,325 on Nvidia, calling for more than 15% upside. Mizuho, meanwhile, upgraded PayPal to buy from neutral with a price target that implies more than 45% upside. — Brian Evans 5:46 a.m.: Daiwa increases Nvidia price target, says company is AI's 'big winner' Shares of soaring chipmaker Nvidia have more room to run, according to Daiwa Capital Markets. Analyst Louis Miscioscia raised his price target on the chipmaker to $1,325 from $900, which implies more than 15% upside from Wednesday's close. Nvidia stock has gained roughly 132% in 2024, adding to last year's 238% surge, as investors cheer the company's AI prospects.
Persons: Daiwa, Mizuho, Okta's, OKTA, Peter Levine, Brian Evans, Maheep Mandloi, — Brian Evans, Baird, Michael Ha, Ha, Louis Miscioscia, Miscioscia, Dan Dolev, Dolev, Fred Imbert Organizations: CNBC, Nvidia, PayPal, Mizuho Securities, Solar Mizuho Securities, UnitedHealth, Daiwa, Markets, Mizuho, comm Locations: Wednesday's, OptumCare
I knew I had to quitMy coworker's behavior was making me miserable. AdvertisementI also realized that in my personal life, I'm creative, a little messy, and wear my heart on my sleeve. I don't know what happened in my coworker's life to cause her intense dislike for me. While compassion is not a reason to tolerate bad behavior, I also learned to set clear boundaries for how people treat me. I learned all this by simply stepping back from my job, taking a break, and immersing myself in an entirely new field.
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London CNN —Catherine, Princess of Wales, will not be returning to royal duties with an appearance at the Colonel’s Review, a military parade in London in early June, as she continues her treatment for cancer. It is not yet clear if Kate will also miss that annual military spectacle – a highlight of the royal calendar full of pomp and pageantry – at Horse Guards Parade in the British capital. Following the announcement, a royal source told CNN that she would not be returning to frontline royal duties until she has been cleared to do so by her medical team. There had also been speculation over whether King Charles would participate in next month’s Trooping the Colour as he continues his own cancer treatment. Charles announced his own cancer battle in February but recently resumed public-facing royal engagements as he continues his treatment.
Persons: London CNN — Catherine, Princess of Wales, Kate, James Bucknall, King Charles III, Chris Jackson, King Charles, Ascot Landau, Queen Camilla, Charles Organizations: London CNN, Horse Guards Parade, Irish Guards, Rapid, Corps, Coldstream Guards, CNN Locations: London, Wales, Buckingham, Ascot
SINGAPORE — Singapore is pushing for green data centers as the explosive demand for artificial intelligence puts a strain on energy resources. The city-state launched a green data center roadmap on Thursday to support its ambitions for the digital economy as demand for AI and computing grows. The roadmap aims to provide at least 300 megawatts of additional capacity in the near term, with more through "green energy deployments." Plans to provide additional data center capacity include raising energy efficiency of all data centers in Singapore, deploying energy-efficient IT equipment as well as offering incentives or grants for resource efficiency. The AI boom has boosted demand for data centers which house large amounts of data required to train and deploy AI models, making them extremely energy intensive.
Persons: Janil Puthucheary, IMDA, Tony Blair Organizations: State for Communications, Media Development Authority, Tony Blair Institute for Global Locations: SINGAPORE — Singapore, Singapore
Patriotism, Diversity and the Election
  + stars: | 2024-05-30 | by ( David Leonhardt | ) www.nytimes.com   time to read: +1 min
Student debt. One is the contrast between the country’s most heated political debates and the top concerns of most voters. Student debt and housing costs make for a useful comparison. Student debt, a subject that the Biden administration has emphasized, may seem like the ultimate pocketbook issue. In reality, it’s more niche: Only 18 percent of U.S. adults have any federal student debt.
Persons: Biden Organizations: Democratic Locations: Gaza, U.S
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