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Its peak $100 billion valuation once made it the world's third largest privately-held company, behind TikTok owner Bytedance and Elon Musk's SpaceX. Estimates have pegged Shein's IPO valuation at around $90 billion, Bloomberg reported last year. AdvertisementTo gauge what happens to some Shein items once they're returned, BI reporters in the UK put two AirTag trackers on Shein garments and sent them back. Shein is more directly involved in production and focuses on clothes, but Temu's popularity "could affect the valuation," Swartz said. In a November statement following the news of Shein's IPO, chairman Mike Gallagher urged investors and banks underwriting the move to "carefully examine Shein's regulatory and compliance programs."
Persons: , Bytedance, Sky Xu, Yangtian Xu, Chris, Shein, confidentially, David Swartz, Swartz, Lululemon, JADE GAO, Stephanie Benedetto, Queen, Benedetto, they're, Shein's, Morningstar's Swartz, Temu, Mike Gallagher Organizations: Service, Elon, SpaceX, Business, Reuters, Authentic Brands, Wall Street, CNBC, Bloomberg, Morningstar, Zurich Insurance Group, Guardian, BI, Coventry Airport, SEC, Street, Financial Times, London Stock Exchange, Chinese Communist Party, Nike, Adidas Locations: China, , Singapore, Sequoia China, London , Hong Kong, York, London, Canary Wharf, Coventry, Walsall, Northern Ireland, England, Kent, Washington, Xinjiang, Dublin, Shein
Read previewA Turkish Airlines flight attendant has broken her back after the plane she was on hit turbulence, local media reported. The turbulence hit while the plane was flying over Turkey, Dublin Airport told Business Insider. AdvertisementIt isn't clear if the patch of turbulence hit by the Qatar plane was the same as that which impacted the Turkish Airlines flight. AdvertisementSevere turbulence dislodged oxygen masks and caused injuries to dozens of passengers on Singapore Airlines flight SQ321. Instances of severe injuries linked to turbulence remain rare, with around a dozen people a year badly hurt due to turbulence in the US, according to the FAA.
Persons: , Geoff Kitchen, Stringer, Emma Henderson Organizations: Service, Turkish Airlines, Airbus, Turkey's, Business, Hurriyet, Qatar Airways, Dublin, Dublin Airport, Singapore Airlines, Reuters, Associated Press, FAA, UK's University of Reading Locations: Turkey's, Istanbul, Izmir, Doha, Turkey, Qatar
CNN —Twelve people were injured after a Qatar Airways flight from Doha to Dublin was hit with turbulence on Sunday. According to a statement from Dublin Airport, six passengers and six crew members were injured in the incident, eight of which were taken to hospital following assessment. The Qatar Airways flight QR017 experienced turbulence while flying over Turkey, the statement said. It is not yet known what kind of turbulence the Qatar Airways plane experienced. An earlier version also misstated the number of the Qatar Airways flight that experienced turbulence.
Persons: , Paul Williams, ” Williams Organizations: CNN, Qatar Airways, Dublin Airport, Singapore Airlines, University of Reading Locations: Doha, Dublin, Turkey, London, Singapore, United Kingdom
AdvertisementAmong my kids' classmates and friends, I can't name a single child born in recent years whose name falls into this category. Related storiesOne of my kids technically has a gender-neutral name, but admittedly, it wasn't an issue when we named him in Germany. Another interesting fact is that common German last names, like Schroeder or Fischer, can't be given as first names in Germany. The reason for these names being rejected is due to child protection grounds, as they are seen by German law as acts of child cruelty. Fortunately, this particular law was never an issue for us — we certainly never intended to give our children names like Stalin or Captain Marvel.
Persons: , Frank Zappa's, Dweezil, Kanye West, Kim Kardashian's, Luca, It's, didn't, Sir, Chanel, Bentley, Schroeder, Fischer, Parker, Sawyer, Carter, Adolf Hitler, Carola, Schokominza, Lenin, Stalin, Marvel Organizations: Service, Moon Unit, Kanye, Business, Prada, Nazi, Pepsi Locations: United States, Saint, Chicago, Germany, London, Ireland, Brooklyn, Memphis, Berlin, Oslo, Dublin
Memorial Day weekend, the traditional launching pad of the summer travel season, is shaping up to set a scorching pace. United is expecting the biggest Memorial Day and summer travel season in the airline’s 98-year history, according to Andrew Nocella, United’s executive vice president and chief commercial officer. Air traffic controller shortageThe air traffic control tower at Los Angeles International Airport is a busy place. The United States is still short thousands of air traffic control personnel. Markus Mainka/imageBROKER/ShutterstockDespite a surge in hiring last year, air traffic control stations nationwide are still about 3,000 controllers short, according to new FAA numbers.
Persons: it’s, Andrew Nocella, Markus Mainka, Scott Keyes, , ” Keyes, Tayfun, Bob Thomas, haven’t, Elijah Nouvelage, Keyes, , Antonio Masiello, he’s, Angela Fritz Organizations: CNN, Federal Aviation Administration, Transportation Security Administration, TSA, American Airlines and United Airlines, Airlines for America, Airlines, America, Air, Los Angeles International, FAA, CNN Travel, San Francisco International, Anadolu Agency, Embry ‑ Riddle Aeronautical University, Aircraft, Travelers, Hartsfield, Jackson Atlanta International Airport, Getty Locations: United States, New York City, Florida, New York, Miami, Chicago, Atlantic, AFP, Rome, Europe, Mexico, Australia, Paris, Iceland, Dublin, CNN’s
Reuters —Spanish police said on Thursday they had recovered a painting by the late Irish-born British figurative artist Francis Bacon, worth an estimated €5 million ($5.42 million), and one of five stolen from a Madrid home in 2015. The 1989 “Study for Portrait of José Capelo” is the fourth painting to be recovered of the group, which is estimated to be worth a combined €25 million. The recovered painting is worth an estimated €5 million. Spanish Police/ReutersIn February, police arrested two people accused of the receipt of stolen artworks in the Spanish capital, leading them to ultimately discover the painting at a property in Madrid. Since he died, his reputation has grown steadily and so has the valuation of his works on the art market.
Persons: Francis Bacon, José, Bacon Organizations: Reuters, Spanish Police, Police Locations: Irish, British, Madrid, Spanish, Eastern Europe, Dublin
In today's big story, we're looking at the push for WFH Fridays and how that plays into the "quiet vacationing" phenomenon . The big storyAnti-office FridaysHector Roquet Rivero/Getty Images; Jenny Chang-Rodriguez/BIWith all due respect to summer Fridays, we've found a year-round replacement: WFH Fridays. But WFH Fridays' staying power remains to be seen. Which brings us back to WFH Fridays. The end result could be employers saying abuse of WFH Fridays means they need you back in the office… for good.
Persons: , Hector Roquet Rivero, Jenny Chang, Rodriguez, we've, Insider's Juliana Kaplan, Noah Sheidlower, It's, Taiyou Nomachi, millennials, they've, BI's Kelsey Vlamis, haven't, it's, Momo Takahashi, Goldman Sachs, SEB Research, That's, Andrew Caballero, Reynolds, Isabel Fernandez, OpenAI, Scarlett Johansson, Sam Altman, Y Combinator, Tyler Le, Mark Cuban, Vivek Ramaswamy, Burger King, Dan DeFrancesco, Hallam Bullock, George Glover, Grace Lett, Laine Napoli Organizations: Service, Business, Workers, Companies, RBC Capital, Pujol, BI, Microsoft, Google, Bloomberg, Finance Ministers, Central Bank Governors Locations: Dublin, Germany, Meta, BuzzFeed, New York, London, Chicago
At 2:45 p.m. on a sunny Wednesday in a plaza near the Flatiron Building, a crowd of a few dozen was watching, and appearing in, New York City’s most infamous new reality show. On a round video screen, encased in a porthole-like structure behind a railing, they could see a livestream of onlookers across the Atlantic, in the center of Dublin. “They can see you just like you see them!” a staff member minding the exhibit told the crowd. From the Irish side, people displayed images of swastikas and of the 2001 World Trade Center attack. The transgressions went viral, not the sort of global connection and sharing that the organizers were hoping for.
Persons: minding Organizations: Trade Locations: New York, Dublin,
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  + stars: | 2024-05-24 | by ( Rory Smith | )   time to read: +1 min
All being well, Bayer Leverkusen will end this season with one record, two trophies and just three haunting, existential questions. Could Leverkusen’s manager, Xabi Alonso, have steered his team to an unbeaten treble? Leverkusen has, after all, illuminated the European season like no other team. It has overtaken Benfica as the owner of the longest unbeaten run in European soccer since World War I. And it has done it all, in case nobody has mentioned it, in Alonso’s first full season in management.
Persons: Exequiel Palacios, Ademola, Granit Xhaka, Edmond Tapsoba, Xabi Alonso Organizations: Bayer Leverkusen, Europa League, Leverkusen, Atalanta, Benfica Locations: Dublin
Read previewIn the 1970s, the lawyer Roy Cohn taught Donald Trump a simple playbook for political fights: attack, counterattack, and never apologize. Trump is employing that strategy on "The Apprentice," an independently produced biopic about him that premiered this week at the Cannes Film Festival. In a cease-and-desist letter, one of Trump's attorneys threatened to sue over the movie's release, calling it "direct foreign interference in America's elections." The letter warns that the movie's release in the United States would amount to "foreign interference in our elections." "The Movie, released six months before the November 2024 election, is directed at influencing the 2024 election by falsely defaming President Trump," he wrote.
Persons: , Roy Cohn, Donald Trump, Trump, David Warrington, Sebastian Stan, Cohn, Jeremy Strong, US Sen, Joseph McCarthy, Ivana, Ali Abbasi, Gabriel Sherman, Abbasi, Strong, Joseph Stalin, Mao Zedong, Warrington, Sherman, Steven Cheung Organizations: Service, Cannes Film, Business, Trump, New, Communist Party, US, Warrington, Dhillon Law, Los Angeles Times, Hollywood, White House Locations: New York, American, Dublin, Warrington, United States
The first thing to know about The Portal is that you will feel a strange, overwhelming urge to take out your phone and gaze at it through your phone's screen. Isn't it more interesting to try to interact with those people instead of staring at them through your phone? It feels almost protective — like The Portal is a light so bright you have to view it only through a phone screen, like looking at a solar eclipse through a hole in a cereal box. The Dublin Portal had a bigger crowd than the one in NYC. The Portal in New York is right on 23rd and Broadway, near some seating and a coffee stand.
Persons: Katie Notopoulos Organizations: Service, Business, New, Dublin, Broadway, Yorkers, Dubliners Locations: New York City, Dublin, Flatiron, Manhattan, New York,
CNN —Bayer Leverkusen’s historic unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt on Wednesday as Atalanta ran riot in the Europa League final, winning 3-0 to lift just the second major trophy in the club’s 116-year history. We did it!” Lookman told TNT Sports after the game. Most of the talk going into Wednesday’s final had been about Bayer Leverkusen’s remarkable season and its record-breaking 51-game unbeaten run. Leverkusen's incredible unbeaten run finally came to an end. “The unbeaten run has come to an end, but congratulations to Atalanta.
Persons: CNN —, Atalanta, Lookman, , ” Lookman, I’m, , Paul Childs, Reuters “ I’m, “ We’re, Gian Piero Gasperini, Bayer, Xabi, Andrew Boyers, ” Alonso, Alonso Organizations: CNN, CNN — Bayer, Atalanta, Europa League, Charlton Athletic, Everton, RB Leipzig, Fulham, Leicester City, TNT Sports, Lookman, Coppa Italia, Africa, Nations, Reuters, BBC, Bayer Leverkusen’s, Bundesliga, Leverkusen, Kaiserslautern Locations: Dublin, Ireland, London, Bergamo, Italy, Nigeria, Lookman, Leicester, England
AdvertisementI had to look and play a virgin — which I managed to do quite convincingly into my 40s on "Dr. Quinn," by the way. But I've only ever done two TV series, so now it's "Dr. Quinn" or "Harry Wild." AdvertisementAnd by the way, I got the worst reviews ever on "Dr. Quinn" as well. Studio Seven Productions/NM/Sygma via Getty ImagesI was going to bring up "Dr. Quinn" next — did you expect it to turn into such a beloved show when you initially signed on? There's another factoid that when I did "Dr. Quinn," I only washed my hair in English rainwater that was flown in on a 747 every week.
Persons: Roger Moore, Jane Seymour, Bond, Seymour, Harry Wild, she's, She's, Lindsay Lohan's, — she's, Christopher Reeve, Quinn, " Milne, I'd, It's, I'm, I've, Christopher Reeve Jane Seymour, Eddie Sanderson, Dana, Reeve, Chris, , Sir, Shaw, Colin Powell, Dr, Doctor Quinn, Jane, she'll, we've, it's, Owen Wilson, You've, it'd, Owen, I'm Kitty Cat, Steffan, Princess Leia, Spielberg, Richard Chamberlain Organizations: Business, Acorn, Netflix, Hearts Foundation, Medicine, Seven, Getty, CBS, Orange, Raiders Locations: English, Dublin, Calgary, Eden, Hong Kong, New York, Mexico
JetBlue Airways said Wednesday that it is seeking U.S. Department of Transportation approval to pair up with British Airways so the airlines could each expand their networks. The code-sharing agreement includes 75 destinations in the United States — 39 from New York and 36 from Boston — and 17 cities in Europe. Airlines frequently turn to code-sharing agreements, which allow carries to sell seats on airline partner's flights, to grow in regions outside their network. American Airlines also has a more than decade-old joint venture with British Airways across the Atlantic that is more involved than a code-sharing agreement. JetBlue's request for an agreement with British Airways comes a year after a federal judge struck down JetBlue's partnership with American in the U.S Northeast, which sought to allow the carriers to coordinate schedules and routes.
Persons: British Airways didn't Organizations: JetBlue Airbus A321neo, AMS EHAM, JetBlue Airways, U.S, Department of, British Airways, Boston —, Airlines, American Airlines, JetBlue, United, Delta Air Lines, Paxex Aero, U.S . American, American Locations: Amsterdam, Netherlands, United States, New York, Europe, Paris, Dublin, Edinburgh, U.S
CNN —Spain, Norway and Ireland have announced plans to formally recognize a Palestinian state, in a move that is likely to bolster the global Palestinian cause but strain relations with Israel. Palestinian statehood has been recognized by more than 130 out of 193 member states of the United Nations, according to the Palestine Liberation Organization. “Today, Ireland, Norway and Spain are announcing that we recognize the state of Palestine. Each of us will now undertake whatever national steps are necessary to give effect to that decision,” Irish Prime Minister Simon Harris told a news conference in Dublin on Wednesday. The landmark decision by three key European players sparked swift condemnation from Israel, with a senior lawmaker ordering the immediate recall of Israeli ambassadors to Ireland and Norway.
Persons: Simon Harris, Micheál Martin, Jonas Gahr Støre, ” “, ” Støre, Pedro Sánchez, , , “ It’s, It’s, Israel Katz, Katz Organizations: CNN —, United Nations, Palestine Liberation Organization, , Norway’s, Spain’s, Terrorism Locations: CNN — Spain, Norway, Ireland, Palestinian, Israel, Spain, Palestine, Dublin, Gaza, Iran
We've got you covered if you're looking for how to score tickets to Tate McRae's 2024 Think Later World Tour. Tate McRae 2024 tour scheduleWith over 20 concerts already down, Tate McRae still has more than 40 shows left in her 2024 world tour. How to buy tickets for Tate McRae's 2024 concert tourYou can buy original tickets to Tate McRae's Think Later World Tour on Ticketmaster and Live Nation. Tate McRae tickets are also available to purchase through verified resale ticket vendors such as StubHub and Vivid Seats. The opening act for Tate McRae's 2024 tour dates in Asia has not been announced yet.
Persons: Tate McRae, McRae, She'll, We've, Irving, Rogers, Tate, Presley, she'll Organizations: Business, Tate, Boston, New, Ticketmaster, North Locations: Dublin, Ireland, Europe, North America, Asia, Oceania, Wellington , New Zealand, U.S, Madrid, Spain, Lisbon, Portugal, Calgary, AB, Canada, Woodinville, WA, San Francisco, Los Angeles, CA, Phoenix, AZ, Austin, Houston, Cincinnati, Toronto, ON, Sterling Heights, MI, Maryland, Minneapolis, Chicago, Nashville, TN, Indianapolis, Boston, Uncasville, Washington, Philadelphia, Raleigh, NC, Atlanta, Holmdel, NJ, New York City, NY, Tokyo, Japan, Singapore, Bangkok, Thailand, Quezon City, Philippines, Perth, Australia, Brisbane, Sydney, Adelaide, Melbourne, Auckland , New Zealand
The official kickoff for summer this weekend is going to get even busier, thanks in part to Taylor Swift. Bookings to other European cities where’s she’s performing in the coming weeks, including Madrid, Edinburgh and Dublin, are also surging, a United representative told CNN. United’s flights to Milan and Munich for Swift’s shows in July have captured the biggest increase in demand – upwards of 45% more passengers compared to last year. Delta Air Lines told CNN demand is on the rise for flights to her European tour. Airlines for America, a group representing major US airlines, predicts record numbers of passengers this summer, with carriers expected to fly 270 million passengers — up 6% from last year.
Persons: Taylor Swift, Swift, , Chicago’s O’Hare, United, ‘ Swiftonomics ’, , Elvis, Beatlemania, Dr, Peter Brooks, Anna Cooban Organizations: New, New York CNN, Air, United Airlines, United, CNN, Houston . Delta Air Lines, Airlines for America, Barclays Locations: New York, Lisbon, Portugal, Europe, Madrid, Edinburgh, Dublin, Milan, Munich, East, Newark, Dulles, San Francisco, Denver, Houston, Delta, United Kingdom
The Portal is back. In less than a week since its unveiling on May 8, the Portal had “attracted tens of thousands of visitors,” the installation’s organizers said in a statement. Then, on Sunday, at 2 p.m. local time in Dublin, the Portal returned, without much fanfare. Located just off O’Connell Street, next to a statue of the Irish writer James Joyce, the big round screen sits close to a busy thoroughfare in the center of Dublin. What the crowd saw seemed to be equal parts exciting and underwhelming: an empty street in the Flatiron district with the occasional commuter or dog walker.
Persons: Irish, James Joyce, , Bruce Springsteen Organizations: World Trade Locations: Dublin, Dublin’s, Flatiron, Manhattan, New York
Low-cost carrier Ryanair on Monday reported its best-ever annual profit, as passenger and revenue growth offset sharply higher operating costs. The Dublin-based firm said full-year profit after tax jumped 34% to 1.92 billion euros ($2.09 billion), and announced a 700-million-euro share buyback program. Revenue rose 25% year-on-year to 13.44 billion euros as the airline served 184 million passengers, 23% more than before the Covid pandemic. Ryanair Chief Financial Officer Neil Sorahan told CNBC's "Squawk Box Europe" Monday that its share buyback reflected a "very strong" balance sheet. "Our priorities have been very much: restore the pay for our people after Covid, bring in pay increases, pay down the debt," he said.
Persons: Neil Sorahan, CNBC's, we've, actualy Organizations: Ryanair, Revenue Locations: Dublin
The Dublin-New York video portal has shut down again as it's tech fails to stop inappropriate behaviour. 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 . AdvertisementA livestream video portal aimed at bringing people together across Dublin and New York went viral this week for all the wrong reasons. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Dublin, New York
ValueAct Capital on Wednesday unveiled a stake in Flutter Entertainment , the Dublin-based parent company of sports betting firm Fanduel. It is possible that ValueAct previously had some other exposure to Flutter. The hedge fund previously had a position in The Stars Group, which was acquired by Flutter in 2020. While the ValueAct stake in Flutter is small, Gordon Haskett analyst Don Bilson pointed out in a note to clients that UBS also reported a stake in the gaming company. UBS has previously worked with ValueAct to build stakes in individual stocks for the hedge fund, Bilson said.
Persons: Mason Morfit, ValueAct, Walt Disney, Gordon Haskett, Don Bilson, Bilson Organizations: Capital, Walt, Securities and Exchange Commission, Stars, UBS, New York Stock Exchange, NYSE, Seagate Technology Holdings, Paycom Locations: Dublin, ValueAct
The portal between New York City and Dublin — a giant video installation livestreaming between the two locations — has been shut down due to bad behavior. In fact, we should have portals all over the country, all over the world — connecting two random places. Currently, there's a portal between cities in Lithuania and Poland, but let's dream even bigger. Related storiesBut the portal is a case of technology that's just pure joy. The situation is what makes it different — video chatting technology is usually personal, used at home or in your office conference room.
Persons: It's, Yorkers, OnlyFans influencer, Ava Louise, Addison Rae's, Antonio Brown, Ye, Jeffree Starr, Phil Organizations: Service, Dublin, Business, Google Locations: New York City, Miami, Tokyo, Florence, Dubai, Delhi, Stockholm, Lithuania, Poland, Dublin, NYC, Covid
In today's big story, we're looking at Google's big event that's pitching all the ways AI agents can make our lives easier . Google I/O, the tech giant's biggest developer conference, was heavy on the rise of so-called AI agents , writes Business Insider's Hugh Langley, who was there in person. AdvertisementGoogle's faithful, old search engine got a noticeable facelift with the help of AI , writes BI's Geoff Weiss. Steven Puetzer/Getty, Tyler Le/BIThe stakes for Google are high, as nailing AI agents opens up a massive business opportunity. For AI agents to be so intuitive, they'll need access to seemingly every aspect of our lives.
Persons: , Tyler Le, you've, OpenAI's ChatGPT, Hugh Langley, Sundar Pichai, Geoff Weiss, Hugh, Alistair Barr, Gregory Wayne, Steven Puetzer, hasn't, Alistair, Demis Hassabis, Minchillo, Keith Gill, Naz Vahid, Andy Sieg's, Noah Berger, Jia Feng, Tingting Ji, Jenny Chang, Rodriguez, BI's Peter Kafka, Dan DeFrancesco, Jordan Parker Erb, Hallam Bullock, George Glover Organizations: Service, Business, Google, Astra, GameStop, AMC Entertainment, JPMorgan, Citi, Amazon Web Services, Walmart, UPS, Nielsen, Cisco Systems, Warner Bros, Discovery Locations: New York, Dublin, London
Whether retail investors profit from their bets on GameStop and AMC Entertainment or not, one group of companies looks set to cash in from the frenzied trading: stock exchanges. So-called meme stocks, which gained popularity through social media platforms like Reddit and Twitter (or X), have attracted retail investors looking to make a quick profit. Through this new innovative offer, we will offer retail investors a true one-stop-shop experience for equity trading," he said in May 2023. "The rise of retail options trading is another secular trend we're excited to build on with more platforms coming online for index options trading later this year, giving retail investors expanded access to our products," Howson said on an earnings call to analysts this month. ICE, which owns the New York Stock Exchange and several other exchanges, offers trading in stocks, bonds, commodities, currencies and derivatives.
Persons: Eric Leupold, Deutsche Boerse, Benjamin Goy, Stéphane Boujna, FactSet, David Howson, Howson, Oppenheimer, Hannah Gooch, Peters, Marco Iachini ​, Organizations: GameStop, AMC Entertainment, Twitter, Deutsche Borse AG Deutsche Börse, Frankfurt Stock Exchange, Corona, Deutsche Börse, DB1, Deutsche Bank, Global Equity, Cboe, Wall Street, Intercontinental Exchange, Sanlam Investments, ICE, New York Stock Exchange, Vanda Locations: Germany, U.S, Switzerland, Italy, Amsterdam, Brussels, Dublin, Lisbon, Milan, Oslo, Paris, France, Portugal, Europe
Less than a week after two public sculptures featuring a livestream between Dublin, Ireland, and New York City debuted, “inappropriate behavior” in real-time interactions between people in the two cities has prompted a temporary shutdown. The creators of the sculptures are now “investigating possible technical solutions to inappropriate behaviour by a small minority of people in front of the Portal,” according to a statement from the Dublin City Council. “Dublin City Council had hoped to have a solution in place today, but unfortunately the preferred solution, which would have involved blurring, was not satisfactory,” the City Council said late Tuesday. The Dublin-New York city pairing isn’t the first real-time bridge between cities through these sculptures. The first Portals, according to the organization’s website, linked Vilnius, Lithuania, with Lublin, Poland, in 2021.
Persons: Niall Carson, , Benediktas Gylys, Daithí, de Róiste, , De Róiste Organizations: CNN, New York City, Dublin City Council, City Council, Dublin, AP Organizers, Flatiron NoMad Partnership, Flatiron, Public, Broadway, Fifth, Dublin’s, Mayor, Róiste’s, Smart Locations: Dublin, Ireland, New, New York, , York, Poland, Brazil, Lithuania, City, Vilnius, Lublin
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