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Today, the recently-turned 90-year-old’s work looks a little different – taking place mostly indoors, and with a different crowd. Through her program called “Roots & Shoots,” Goodall empowers young people to create change within their communities. CNN spoke with Goodall recently during a trip to South Africa, where she observed some of the projects local Johannesburg students are heading up as part of Roots & Shoots. Goodall: I think it’s really important, this exchange of information from the elders to the youngers. Goodall: When I began Roots & Shoots in Tanzania in 1991, it was because I was meeting young people then who had lost hope.
Persons: Jane Goodall, ” Goodall, Goodall, Who, I’d, would’ve, ‘ Jane, Young, we’d, , Robyn Beck, it’s Organizations: CNN, CNN CNN, Getty Images CNN Locations: Lake Tanganyika, Tanzania, British, South Africa, Johannesburg, Los Angeles
Her image shifted in 2008 after she launched her eponymous fashion brand, which has since shown regularly at London, New York and Paris Fashion Weeks. While her wardrobe today tends to skew more subtle, there’s still nothing Victoria can’t style out — including, most recently, a pair of crutches to support her broken ankle. LBDs and all-black looks were a mainstay of Victoria's wardrobe as Posh Spice, demonstrated here at Grosvenor House in London during the Ivor Novello Awards in 1997. Andreas Rentz/Getty ImagesHer penchant for color-blocking, particularly in bright reds and oranges, have become a signature feature of Victoria's look — shown here during a visit to New York in 2017. Raymond Hall/GC Images/Getty ImagesShadows of her '90s style are still visible in her wardrobe today.
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For some, plans for where to fly, drive and stay to hopefully catch a glimpse of the last total solar eclipse in the contiguous United States until 2044 have been in place for months or even years. The total solar eclipse’s path of totality — where the moon completely blocks the face of the sun — stretches across portions of 13 US states as well as parts of Canada and Mexico. A view from a plane during an eclipse flight from the Russian city of Murmansk to observe a solar eclipse on March 20, 2015, above the Norwegian Sea. Airbnb reports a 1000% surge in searches for stays along the entire path of totality over the solar eclipse weekend for check-ins on April 7, 2024. Austin and the surrounding Hill Country area and Indianapolis are among the most booked destinations across all of North America on Airbnb for the solar eclipse weekend, Thorn said.
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CNN —When the total solar eclipse traces a path across Mexico, the United States and Canada on April 8, spectators can anticipate a multitude of awe-inspiring moments. For those living outside of the path of totality, a crescent-shaped partial eclipse, rather than a total eclipse, will be the main event. A partial solar eclipse is seen between clouds from Socorro in Sao Paulo, Brazil on October 14, 2023. The diamond ring effect is seen during the total solar eclipse on August 21, 2017, in St. Louis, Missouri. And we’re living at the right time to truly enjoy the sight of a total eclipse on Earth, he said.
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Mark Zuckerberg isn't just in Asia to enjoy Japanese McDonald's and hit the ski slopes. The meetings will put Meta's AI and mixed reality ambitions front and center as competition grows. The likes of Meta's AI chief Yann LeCun have pushed back on suggestions that open-source AI is dangerous because the sheer volume of resources any bad actor would need to use an AI model maliciously makes it highly untenable. Meta's mission to build businessPoliticians won't be the only thing on Zuckerberg's mind on his Asian trip. Meta's line of mixed reality headsets, the Quests, finally face a formidable foe following Apple's release of the Vision Pro this month.
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Taylor Swift was nominated for six awards at the 2024 Grammy Awards. AdvertisementTaylor Swift attended the 2024 Grammy Awards wearing a white corset-style gown by Schiaparelli and black accessories. Here are all the hidden details in Taylor Swift's 2024 Grammys look. Swift's watch necklace was set to midnight in honor of her Grammy-nominated albumTaylor Swift attends the 2024 Grammy Awards. The outfit could be a nod to the black-and-white cover of her 2017 album, "Reputation," which she has not yet rereleased.
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As Facebook turns 20, I have something to confess: Essay
  + stars: | 2024-02-04 | by ( Thomas Lake | )   time to read: +8 min
Story highlights Facebook was founded on February 4, 2004 Like many users, Thomas Lake has complicated feelings about Facebook But he sees his Facebook feed as a living journal of his lifeCNN —Facebook turns 20 years old today, and if you don’t like it, I’m sure you have your reasons. My children began talking, which led to my new favorite genre of Facebook post: Cute Thing My Kid Said. I memorialized his arrival in a Facebook post but did not say he was fighting for his life in intensive care. As its best, Facebook is a digital museumAs I write this in early February, I have yet to post anything on Facebook in 2024. Facebook friendship is no substitute for real-life friendship, and someone else’s Facebook pictures are no substitute for your own experience.
Persons: Thomas Lake, I’ve, Jonathan, , , Donnie Darko, Said, Jill, Bruce Springsteen, I’d, Juliana Elliott, Robyn Beck, Cheryl Organizations: CNN, Facebook, Sports Illustrated, Disney, Getty Locations: BRO, Menlo Park , California, AFP
Inflation measures how fast prices are rising for goods and services — anything from concert tickets and haircuts to groceries and furniture. That means further broad disinflation likely won't come from consumer goods, economists said. In fact, attacks by Houthi rebels on ships in the Red Sea threaten to disrupt a key transit corridor and may trigger higher goods inflation if it persists, El-Erian explained. While down from more than 7% last year, services inflation still sits at 5.3%. Why this may all be 'nonsense'Not all economists think the last mile of disinflation will be harder than what came before, however.
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After last week’s Golden Globes and Sunday evening’s Critics Choice Awards, Monday sees the third major Hollywood red carpet event in just eight days, as the 75th Primetime Emmy Awards get underway at LA’s Peacock Theater. See below for some of the red carpet’s best looks so far. Frazer Harrison/Getty ImagesKourtney Kardashian and Travis Barker Neilson Barnard/Getty ImagesAyo Edebiri in Louis Vuitton. Neilson Barnard/Getty ImagesAli Wong in Louis Vuitton. Neilson Barnard/Getty Images
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Nvidia’s Rivals Prepare Their AI Assault
  + stars: | 2023-12-04 | by ( Dan Gallagher | )   time to read: 1 min
AMD CEO Lisa Su has told investors that the company expects $2 billion in revenue from its new AI chips next year. Photo: robyn beck/Agence France-Presse/Getty ImagesNvidia was never going to have the artificial intelligence market all to itself. The past year has certainly made it seem that way, though. Nvidia’s sales have more than doubled—and its market value more than tripled—as major tech companies snapped up the company’s chips to capitalize on the explosive interest in generative AI sparked by the launch of the ChatGPT online chatbot a year ago. Intel and Advanced Micro Devices , two of Nvidia’s largest competitors, have seen their data-center sales shrink lately as the tech giants operating those networks have redirected their spending toward Nvidia’s specialized chip platforms.
Persons: Lisa Su, robyn beck Organizations: Agence France, Nvidia, Intel, Devices
The chief executives of Nvidia (NVDA) and AMD (AMD) aren’t just two of the most powerful people in the global AI chip industry, they’re also family. “For almost half a century now, Taiwan’s economy has been centered on electronics production, chip assembly, chip manufacturing, chip design, everything semiconductors. According to Nvidia, Huang was born in 1963 in Taipei before moving to the southern city of Tainan. “I would say anyone who logs on the internet is likely touching not just one, but dozens and hundreds of Nvidia and AMD chips,” said Miller. I would say anyone who logs on the internet is likely touching not just one, but dozens and hundreds of Nvidia and AMD chips.
Persons: Taipei CNN — Jensen Huang, Lisa Su, they’re, Su, Jean Wu, Wu, Huang, ” Su, ” Wu, ” Christopher Miller, , it’s, there’s, Hwa Cheng, Edith Yeung, Miller, Robyn Beck, AMD’s, Florence Lo, , Christopher Miller Organizations: Taipei CNN, Nvidia, AMD, CNN, Consumer Technology Association, rockstar, Technology, Bloomberg, Getty, Race Capital, ASUS, Consumer, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Oregon State University, Stanford University, McKinsey, Associated Press, CTA Locations: Hong Kong, Taipei, Taiwan, United States, China, Silicon Valley, Silicon, Tainan, Thailand, Washington, Kentucky, New York City, Las Vegas, AFP, Santa Clara , California
She didn’t need more speaking time because Haley valued quality over quantity. Regardless of the topic, I felt that Haley’s understanding of the issues and the depth of her answers were unrivaled. Pence was once the vice president of the United States, but on the debate stage he was anything but powerful. DDoug BurgumRobyn Beck/AFP/Getty ImagesWhen it comes to knowledge and experience solving problems, the governor of North Dakota is on par with Haley. At one moment in the debate, Burgum demanded (not kidding — he actually said the word demand) to be allowed to speak.
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Elon Musk bought a horse farm in Texas near Tesla's Gigafactory, author Walter Isaacson wrote. The biographer said Musk envisioned a house that looked like "something fell out of space." The Wall Street Journal has reported Musk was building a glass house, but he has denied the reports. "He needs a place where his sole resides and that's what the horse farm will be for him." At the time, Musk denied living in the modular house, saying that he lives in a different small house in Texas.
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CNBC Daily Open brings investors up to speed on everything they need to know, no matter where they are. What you need to know todayThe bottom lineThe U.S. economy added more jobs than expected in August, but the overall unemployment rate rose. If the unemployment rate goes up, that means the proportion of people looking for a job compared with the total labor force has grown. Investors, too, cheered the jobs report. Major indexes rose in response to the jobs report as well.
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The Amazon delivery sign is seen on the exterior of the Amazon warehouse in Palmdale, California, on July 25, 2023. When they unionized, Amazon tried to get rid of them. In California, more than 80 delivery drivers are currently rebelling against the e-commerce giant, with a strike that could have major implications for the way it operates in the United States. For the past month, workers have been marching every morning in front of the warehouse in Palmdale, north of Los Angeles, to slow down the vans carrying the company's packages. (Photo by Robyn Beck / AFP) (Photo by ROBYN BECK/AFP via Getty Images)Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images
Persons: Robyn Beck, ROBYN BECK Organizations: Amazon, Getty Locations: Palmdale , California, California, United States, Palmdale, Los Angeles, AFP
Grimes told Wired that her son with Elon Musk is a "little engineer" who is obsessed with space. X Æ A-Xii, who is three, gets upset when his toy rockets are not "anatomically correct," she said. Grimes said she's stopped giving toy rockets to her 3-year-old son X Æ A-Xii, who she shares with SpaceX founder Elon Musk, because he gets upset if they're not "anatomically correct." Grimes previously tweeted that their son gets frustrated when playing with toy rockets. Robyn Beck/AFP via Getty Images"She's a little engineer too," Grimes told Wired about her daughter.
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Club name Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) delivered better-than-expected second-quarter results after the closing bell Tuesday, leading us to make a price target change. Revenue fell 18% year over year to $5.36 billion but outpaced the Street's expectation of $5.31 billion, according to estimates compiled by Refinitiv. Wall Street seems to think so as well, bidding up the chipmaker's stock in after-hours trading by more than 2%. The MI300A is designed to address High-Performance Computing (HPC) and AI workload needs, while the MI300X is designed specifically for generative AI applications. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade.
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The actors could be on strike themselves without a last-minute deal with studios and streaming services on Wednesday. Production of many movies and television shows have already been shut down by the current writers strike. An actors strike would bring most remaining productions to a halt, other than on some independent films not associated with studios. This would be the first actors strike against television shows and movie productions since 1980. Just before the last deadline, it seemed as if an actors strike could be avoided.
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At the concert, Swift was photographed dancing with her friends on the balcony, getting especially cozy with Kloss. February 25, 2015: Swift and Healy hang out at the Universal Music Brits party in LondonNick Grimshaw, Taylor Swift, and Matt Healy at the Universal Music Brits party. "It's not really anything to talk about, because if she wasn't Taylor Swift we wouldn't be talking about her. AdvertisementHe continued: "If I had gone out with Taylor Swift I would've been, 'Fucking hell! Taylor Swift performs at the 2016 Grammys; Matty Healy performs at the 2016 Apple Music Festival.
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Robyn Beck | AFP | Getty ImagesHome Depot and Target may sell very different kinds of merchandise. But the home improvement retailer's slashed forecast could be seen as a warning sign for the cheap chic retailer. On the other hand, Target, Walmart and other retailers that report in the coming weeks draw from a more representative pool of Americans. Discretionary spending fell year over year in the U.S., according to data from Circana, a market researcher formerly known as The NPD Group and IRI. Plus, Home Depot has some sector-specific advantages — even as mortgage rates rise — that could insulate it from some of the effects of lower discretionary spending.
Big Tech Earnings Spark Hope That Worst Is Over
  + stars: | 2023-04-29 | by ( Meghan Bobrowsky | )   time to read: 1 min
Google eked out an operating profit for its cloud business for the first time this quarter. Photo: robyn beck/Agence France-Presse/Getty ImagesResults from the big tech companies have sparked investors’ hopes that the worst of the postpandemic hangover is fading, but they also show how much growth has slowed. Companies as varied as Amazon .com Inc., Google-parent Alphabet Inc., Meta Platforms Inc. and Intel Corp. signaled to investors in recent days that the brutal slowdown in sales growth that began as people emerged from the pandemic and re-engaged with daily routines was coming to an end.
Crude prices and oil stocks jumped Monday after OPEC+ members announced a surprise production cut, giving investors an opportunity to pare back their energy exposure. Oil prices rose more than 6% on Monday, with U.S. crude benchmark West Texas Intermediate climbing above $80 per barrel for the first time since early March. Halliburton (HAL) shares surged more than 8% Monday, to over $34 each, as the best-performing Club energy stock. Shares of Coterra Energy (CTRA), our energy stock most focused on natural gas, rose 2.3%. In the short run, Jim Cramer said, oil prices could certainly climb a bit higher, possibly back to the $90-per-barrel level.
The Boring Company is facing criticism from Texans over its plans to dump treated wastewater. One resident said about 400 people showed up at the public meeting on The Boring Company's plans. "The thought of this happening is horrifying," Erin, who runs an organic farm near the Boring Company facility, told Fox News. The Boring Company. A spokesperson for The Boring Company did not respond to a request for comment from Insider.
Trump has made it clear that he will attack DeSantis' past support for changes to Social Security and Medicare. It would have also increased the full retirement age for Social Security to 70 as well. The AARP tore into Ryan's proposal at the time, particularly for its proposed changes to social security. Trump has made it clear that he would not propose cuts to Social Security and Medicare and is ready to attack 2024 nomination challengers who have in the past. Insider couldn't find any comments he made at the time, but he was far from the only Republican or even the only Florida Republican to vote against the bill.
Following the latest string of mass shootings in the U.S., the Secret Service published a 60-page report Wednesday detailing trends in mass attacks in public spaces to share patterns with community leaders who could help prevent the next tragedy. Among the findings: Although a personal grievance of some sort was the single most common motive, one-quarter of the attackers studied from 2016 to 2020 were motivated by conspiracy theories or hateful ideologies. Hateful ideologies that motivated attackers included anti-government, antisemitic or misogynistic views. More than three-quarters of all attacks involved firearms, and over 80% of attacks that used guns resulted in at least one death, the report found. Most of the attackers used handguns, but one-third used “long guns,” a category that includes automatic and semi-automatic weapons.
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