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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.
Persons: , Alpha tweens, Gen Alpha, They're, Zers, Gen Alphas —, NIQ, Alpha, Janice Miller, Miller, I've, Jenny Grant Rankin, Piper Virginia Rankin, Piper, Valerie Aparovich, Aparovich, Shayan, Rankin's, antiaging, Thorne, YouGov, Z, Alphas, BI's Eve Upton, Clark, tweakments, Geeta Yadav, Yadav, Dr, Alexandra Forsyth, Forsyth, Maeve Organizations: Service, Alpha, Business, Bliss, NYU School of Medicine, Gen Alpha, Mashable Locations: skincare, Sephora, millennials
Teachers would pause and stumble on it, and no one knew how to pronounce it (Courtenay rhymes with Fort Lee), spell it, or how many syllables it had (two). People understood right away what I was saying, and I didn't have to spell or repeat it. I'm impressed and touched when someone takes the time to spell my name correctly, and it's made me hyper-aware of spelling others' names right. Because I always had to spell and repeat my name, I wanted my own kids to have short, simple ones. I once hoped that I might marry someone with a short, easy last name, but it was not to be.
Persons: — Courtenay —, Courtenay, Fort, Rebecca, Sunnybrook, Kim, Kathy, Amy, Corky, , she'd, Jack Valenti, Lisa, Lynn, I've, Britney, It's, Courteney Cox, Courtney Love, Courtney Thorne, Smith, Kourtney Kardashian, I'm, it's, I'd, Ava — Organizations: Service Locations: Fort Lee, Little, Iowa, Portland
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CNN —From this week, soccer fans will be able to buy Australian goalkeeper Mackenzie Arnold’s Nike jersey, more than six months after she wore the purple top at the Women’s World Cup. Arnold kept a tournament-high four clean sheets during the Matildas’ run to the semifinals of last year’s Women’s World Cup, which was co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand. That prompted England shot-stopper Mary Earps to campaign vociferously for the sportswear company to release the women’s goalkeeper jerseys ahead of the tournament. CNN has contacted Nike for comment regarding the release of the Australian goalkeeper jersey. Arnold kept four clean sheets at the Women's World Cup last year.
Persons: Mackenzie Arnold’s Nike, Arnold, ” Arnold, England, Mary Earps, vociferously, Brendon Thorne, Ashley Reade, Organizations: CNN, Football Australia, France, Australia, Nike, Reuters, Nike’s Pacific, Australian, Uzbekistan Locations: Australia, New Zealand, England, US, France, Netherlands, Melbourne, Paris
See what celebrities wore to New York Fashion Week
  + stars: | 2024-02-13 | by ( Jacqui Palumbo | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +4 min
CNN —New York Fashion Week is back, with celebrities seen sitting front row at shows across Manhattan and Brooklyn and arriving at private parties for luxury houses including Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images for Christian SirianoJodie Turner-Smith arrives at a private Gucci party. Gilbert Carrasquillo/GC Images/Getty ImagesJessica Chastain at a private Gucci party on Saturday. Dimitrios Kambouris/WireImage/Getty ImagesElliot Page arrives at a private Gucci party. Theo Wargo/Getty Images for NYFW: The ShowsIris Apatow at a private Gucci party on Saturday.
Persons: Gucci, Yves Saint Laurent, Tommy Hilfiger’s, Sofia Richie Grainge, Becky G, Willy Chavarria’s, Sam Smith, Julia Fox, Jessica Chastain, Jodie, Turner Smith, Demi Moore, Elliot Page, Nicola Peltz Beckham, Joe Biden’s, Ashley Biden, Kamala Harris ’, Ella Emhoff, Sophia Bush, J . Smith, Cameron, Philipps, Melanie Lynskey, Alicia Silverstone, Ashlee Simpson, Christian Siriano's, Jamie McCarthy, Christian, Jodie Turner, Smith, Gilbert Carrasquillo, Dascha Polanco, Willy Chavarria's, Roy Rochlin, Debbie Harry, Jason Mendez, Willy Chavarria, Amanda Lepore, Tommy Dorfman, Natasha Lyonne, Annabelle Dexter, Jones, Chanel, Dimitrios Kambouris, Camila Mendes, Ariana Greenblatt, Gilbert Flores, Storm Reid, Jackie Aina, Udo Salters, Cowan, Sarah Desjardins, Christian Cowan, Joel Kim Booster, Anna Wintour, Diane Kruger, Carolina Herrera, Charly Triballeau, Olivia Jade, Noah Beck, Louisa Jacobson, Misty Copeland, Jaimie Alexander, Jason Wu, Molly Ringwald, Helmut Lang, Jed Cullen, Dave Benett, Jeremy O, Harris, Stephanie Hsu, Phillip Lim, Arturo Holmes, Bella Thorne, Theo Wargo, Iris Apatow, Katie Holmes, Ulla Johnson, Manny Carabel, Jemima Kirke, Trullie Organizations: CNN, New York, Central, Brooklyn, Christian, Gucci, Bach, Getty, Harmonie Club, Carolina, Beauty Brooklyn Locations: Manhattan, Brooklyn, AFP, Zsela
The state’s illegal market had flourished for decades, anchored in the storied “Emerald Triangle” region in the northern end of the state. Dicus said in 2023 his department served 411 search warrants for illegal marijuana grow sites countywide and recovered $370 million. “The reality is that Proposition 64, in the fine print, took illicit marijuana and moved it from a felony to a misdemeanor. In 2020, seven people were fatally shot at an illegal marijuana growing operation in a rural town in neighboring Riverside County. “We've invited organized crime to come back into California and compete for an illicit market.”
Persons: , Jerred Kiloh, , Kiloh, San Bernardino County Sheriff Shannon Dicus, Gavin Newsom, Dicus, we’ve, ” Dicus, Griffen Thorne, ” Kiloh, “ We've Organizations: ANGELES, United Cannabis Business Association, Authorities, El Mirage, San Bernardino County Sheriff, ” Democratic, Cannabis Locations: California, Los Angeles, San Bernardino County, Riverside County
Anna Boden and Ryan Fleck remember the feeling of being the new kids at the Sundance Film Festival. “I remember being like, oh my God, this festival has been around 20 years, it’s such an old festival,” Boden said in a recent interview with The Associated Press. Their new film debuts Thursday, opening night of the 40th edition of the festival, at the storied Eccles Theater. “My favorite films are Sundance films,” Kaphar said. “That is really nourishing in a year when we’re acknowledging and marking this 40th edition of Sundance.”The Sundance Film Festival runs from Jan. 18 through Jan. 28.
Persons: Anna Boden, Ryan Fleck, they’d, Ryan Gosling, , ” Boden, Kevin Smith, brough, , Steven Soderbergh, — Boden, Fleck, Marvel, dulled, Fleck’s, Pedro Pascal, Jay Ellis, Dominique Thorne, Ben Mendelsohn, Jesse Moss, Amanda McBaine’s “, Frida, Carla Gutiérrez, Gutiérrez, Frida Kahlo, ” Gutiérrez, “ Sue Bird, “ DEVO, Christopher Reeve, ” “, Mavis Beacon, Harper, Will Ferrell, Kristen Stewart, Saoirse Ronan, Kieran Culkin, Sebastian Stan, Glen Powell, Woody Harrelson, Steven Yeun, Lucy Liu, Danielle Deadwyler, Aubrey Plaza, Melissa Barrera, Laura Linney, Ejiofor, “ Rob Peace, Jay Will, Mary J, Blige, Camila Cabello, “ I’ve, ” Ejiofor, Debra Granik, Richard Linklater, Titus Kaphar, André Holland, Aunjanue Ellis, Taylor, Kaphar, John Earl Jelks, ” Kaphar, … it’s, Jesse Eisenberg, he’s, Culkin, ” Eisenberg, Eisenberg, David, Nathan Zellner, Riley Keough, Robert Redford, Joel, Ethan Coen’s, Jordan Peele’s “, Damien Chazelle’s, Eugene Hernandez, ” Hernandez Organizations: Sundance Film, Associated Press, Sundance, Eccles Theater, Amanda McBaine’s “ Girls, MacArthur, Sundance ., Eccles Locations: Park City , Utah, Brooklyn, , Park City, Eccles, Oakland, U.S, East Orange , New Jersey, American, Poland, Jan
High-brow art and millionaires tend to go hand in hand, so Art Week also means some of the world's wealthiest come out to play. Ciara attends the NYLON Presents NYLON House At Miami Art Week 2022 at Strawberry Moon at Goodtime Hotel on December 02, 2022 in Miami Beach, Florida. Regardless of the events you attend, Art Basel week is a great time to mingle and do business, explained Jasmina Midzic, Typhon's director of Investor Relations. Desperate ApeWives perform at #0XGenesis presented by Marshland, Magnus and FloodFM.com at Maps Backlot during Art Basel Miami on December 01, 2021 in Miami, Florida. Erika Goldring / Getty ImagesHere are 6 Art Basel parties the Wall Street elite and wannabes alike are vying to attend.
Persons: , There's, galas —, Ciara, Arturo Holmes, Kim Kardashian, Serena Williams, James Koutoulas, Koutoulas, Miami's, Jasmina Midzic, she'll, who've, Magnus, FloodFM.com, Erika Goldring, It's, Midzic, Alessandra Ambrosio, Alexander Tamargo, Andreas Metaxa, Metaxa, I've, Guy Gerber, Blondish, Bella Thorne, e.l.f, Mona Lisa, Rampa, Desiree, Talon, Luciano Scalioni, — Bryan Goldberg Organizations: Miami Art, Wall, Magic City, Art, Business, Strawberry, JPMorgan, UBS, Capital Management, Investor Relations, Art Basel Miami, Art Basel, Wall Street, Fund, Party, Miami, Flex, Waterfront, Digital Locations: Miami —, Art Basel, Miami Beach , Florida, Miami, Basel, Miami , Florida, South Beach, Miami Beach, Midzic, SoHo, New York, Saxony
AdvertisementGet ready, because the second season of "House of the Dragon" is less than a year away. "House of the Dragon" season two will arrive on HBO sometime in the summer of 2024, HBO CEO Casey Bloys said at a Warner Bros. The first trailer for 'House of the Dragon' season 2 was released in DecemberThe first trailer for the second season was released on December 2 during the "House of the Dragon" panel at CCXP23 in São Paulo, Brazil. You can check it out here:Who's in the cast of 'House of the Dragon' season 2? Theo Whiteman/HBOWhile season one of "House of the Dragon" had 10 episodes, season two will only have eight, Deadline reported in March.
Persons: , George R.R, Casey Bloys, Martin, Emma D'Arcy, Matt Smith, Matthew Needham, Eve Best, Rhys Ifans, Phoebe Campbell, Bethany Antonia, Ewan Mitchell, Fabien Frankel, Harry Collett, Olivia Cooke, Phia Saban, Steve Toussaint, Tom Glynn, Carney, Ollie Upton, Milly Alcock, Rhaenyra, Viserys, Paddy Considine, Simon Russell Beale, Ser Simon Strong, Freddie Fox, Ser Gwayne Hightower, Gayle Rankin, Alys, Abubakar Salim, Clinton, Jamie Kenna, Ser Alfred Broome, Kieran Bew, Hugh, Tom Bennett, Ulf, Tom Taylor, Cregan Stark, Vincent Regan, Ser Rickard Thorne, Theo Whiteman, Aemond, Miguel Sapochnik, Sapochnik, Ryan Condal, Alan Taylor, Condal, Alicent, Alicent Hightower, Rhaenyra Targaryen, Glynn, D'Arcy Organizations: Service, Dragons, HBO, Warner Bros, WGA, SAG, Entertainment, Jefferson, Clinton Liberty, Hollywood, Aegon Locations: Westeros, London, Wales, British, São Paulo, Brazil, Alys Rivers, Hull
AdvertisementGet ready, because the second season of "House of the Dragon" is less than a year away. "House of the Dragon" season two will arrive on HBO sometime in the summer of 2024, HBO CEO Casey Bloys said at a Warner Bros. The first trailer for 'House of the Dragon' season 2 was released in DecemberThe first trailer for the second season was released on December 2 during the "House of the Dragon" panel at CCXP23 in São Paulo, Brazil. You can check it out here:Who's in the cast of 'House of the Dragon' season 2? Theo Whiteman/HBOWhile season one of "House of the Dragon" had 10 episodes, season two will only have eight, Deadline reported in March.
Persons: , George R.R, Casey Bloys, Martin, Emma D'Arcy, Matt Smith, Matthew Needham, Eve Best, Rhys Ifans, Phoebe Campbell, Bethany Antonia, Ewan Mitchell, Fabien Frankel, Harry Collett, Olivia Cooke, Phia Saban, Steve Toussaint, Tom Glynn, Carney, Ollie Upton, Milly Alcock, Rhaenyra, Viserys, Paddy Considine, Simon Russell Beale, Ser Simon Strong, Freddie Fox, Ser Gwayne Hightower, Gayle Rankin, Alys, Abubakar Salim, Clinton, Jamie Kenna, Ser Alfred Broome, Kieran Bew, Hugh, Tom Bennett, Ulf, Tom Taylor, Cregan Stark, Vincent Regan, Ser Rickard Thorne, Theo Whiteman, Aemond, Miguel Sapochnik, Sapochnik, Ryan Condal, Alan Taylor, Condal, Alicent, Alicent Hightower, Rhaenyra Targaryen, Glynn, D'Arcy Organizations: Service, Dragons, HBO, Warner Bros, WGA, SAG, Entertainment, Jefferson, Clinton Liberty, Hollywood, Aegon Locations: Westeros, London, Wales, British, São Paulo, Brazil, Alys Rivers, Hull
Economic models buckle under strain of climate reality
  + stars: | 2023-11-22 | by ( Mark John | ) www.reuters.com   time to read: +6 min
But detractors say those numbers are the product of economic models that are not fit to capture the full extent of climate damage. A year earlier, the Trump administration cited similar models to justify replacing the Obama-era Clean Power Plan with one allowing higher emissions from coal-burning plants. At issue are the "integrated assessment models" (IAMs) economists use to draw conclusions on anything from output losses to financial risk or the pricing of carbon markets. Line chart with data from Climate Tracker shows varying predictions of global warming damage as percentage of GDP. "Our main message is: 'Economists, speak to climate scientists and come up with results that make sense'," he said.
Persons: William Nordhaus, Trump, Obama, Isabel Schnabel, Leon Walras, doesn't, Thierry Philipponnat, Steve Keen, Nordhaus, Rupert Thorne, Livio Stracca, Jean Boissinot, Nicholas Stern, Stern, Watch's Philipponnat, Mark John, Barbara Lewis Organizations: Central Bank, Finance Watch, Reuters, Network, Greening, " University College of London, ECB, NGFS, LSE, Grantham Research Institute, European Union, Thomson Locations: Dubai, Paris, Brussels
It’s been a wonderful year at the movies for cinephiles, but what do you get for the film lover who has seen everything already? There are inspiration boards, script pages with handwritten annotations, correspondence with collaborators, as well as personal introductions to each film. They even have a section where you can choose films based on running time: Only have 90 minutes or less? Another special feature looks at the development of black and white 65mm film stock they pioneered for the film. Because this license plate has serious movie cred.’” It’s easily google-able, but we won’t spoil it here.
Persons: It’s, Barbie, Sofia Coppola, “ Sofia Coppola, Coppola, “ Priscilla, , she’s, Kirsten Dunst, Bill Murray, Tomasz Ruminski, Leszek Żebrowski ’, Andrzej Krajewski ’, thoughtfully, Parker Posey, Ozu, Ousmane Sembène, “ Hitchcock, Christopher Nolan’s “ Oppenheimer ”, Nolan, Kai Bird, Kip Thorne, Matt Singer, Roger Ebert, Gene Siskel, Siskel, Ebert, Singer, , Samuel L, Jackson, Cillian Murphy, Jason Momoa, Steven Soderbergh, it’s, Joanna Bush, Soderbergh, ” It’s Organizations: Sundance Film, Criterion, , Teamsters, NICE Locations: , Park City , Utah, Chicago
If you have ever wondered what it might feel like to be sucked into a black hole — twisted, stretched, confused, doomed — you could do worse than trip through “The Warped Side of Our Universe, An Odyssey Through Black Holes, Wormholes, Time Travel and Gravitational Waves,” a collaborative book project by Kip Thorne, a physicist at the California Institute of Technology, and Lia Halloran, a visual artist and chair of the art department at Chapman University in Orange, Calif.Dr. Thorne brings impressive credentials to the task. In 2017 he won the Nobel Prize in Physics for his work on the Laser Interferometry Gravitational-Wave Observatory, or LIGO, which discovered space-time vibrations resulting from the collision of two distant black holes. He was also the executive producer of the movie “Interstellar.” Ms. Halloran, who grew up surfing and skateboarding in the Bay Area, became obsessed with science after a high school internship at the Exploratorium in San Francisco. The book consists of illustrations of what Dr. Thorne likes to call the “space-time storms” predicted by general relativity, Einstein’s theory of gravity, alternating with his own explanations of the physics, which appear in verse. Many of the illustrations, which are in ink on drafting film, portray Ms. Halloran’s wife, Felicia, being whipped around, crushed and twisted by the forces of nature.
Persons: Kip Thorne, Lia Halloran, Thorne, Ms, Halloran, Halloran’s, Felicia Organizations: California Institute of Technology, Chapman University in Locations: Chapman University in Orange, Calif, Bay, San Francisco
By Steve GarmhausenThe Federal Reserve’s decision to leave interest rates unchanged Wednesday means your savings accounts will continue to enjoy decades-high yields of 5% or more. The question of how long interest rates will remain robust matters to those making decisions about how to save. Savings accounts are attractive because balances are readily available for emergencies or planned expenses like a home down payment—but their interest rates can change quickly in response to Fed actions. Savings accounts vs. CDsThe best savings accounts and CDs were paying around half a percentage point of annual interest before the Fed started raising rates last spring. Safe, liquid alternatives to bank accounts include Treasury bonds—the one-year T-bill was recently yielding 5.4%—and money-market mutual funds, which yield a hair less.
Persons: Steve Garmhausen, it’s, , , James Thorne, Brooke May, Daniel Wilson, Adam Stockton ,, you’ll Organizations: Wellington, Altus Private Wealth, Fed, City Locations: Altus, Indianapolis, Ind, Auburndale
Skinner is running for reelection to the City Council of Johns Creek, an Atlanta suburb of about 85,000. In 2020, they were pivotal in Democrat Joe Biden's close victory over Trump, the Republican incumbent, in the president election. “President Trump is obviously divisive,” said Skinner in a interview, insisting the endorsement “was about the veterans” rather than Trump himself. I don’t want to become Atlanta,” said Kramer, the Johns Creek Republican. Johns Creek is about 52% non-Hispanic white.
Persons: Stacy Skinner, , Donald Trump, Skinner, , Devon Dabney, Betsy Kramer, “ I'm, ” Kramer, “ I’m, Democrat Joe Biden's, Brad Raffensperger, Brian Kemp, Trump, It’s, Sarah Reckhow, Dabney, ” Dabney, Johns, Kramer, I’m, Jason Miller, ” Miller, Allen Sells, “ I’ve, Miller, Sells, Bridget Thorne, She’s Organizations: Veterans, Trump, Republicans, City Council, Republican, Democrat, Republican Party, Georgia, Raffensperger, Michigan State University, Democratic, Civil Rights Movement, Johns, . Census, City Locations: China, Mexico, Johns Creek, Atlanta, Fulton County, Fulton, Georgia's, lockstep, Washington, Georgia, U.S, America, Johns, Black, Boston, , Roswell,
1 ranking and lengthy winning streak on the line, Brock Bowers caught a 40-yard touchdown pass from Carson Beck in the final minutes of a 27-20 win over Auburn on Saturday. Georgia coach Kirby Smart called his Bulldogs “a very resilient team” after escaping successfully from their first road game. Auburn, which led 10-0 after the first quarter, had tied it on Alex McPherson's 42-yard field goal with 10:57 left. It left the Tigers and new coach Hugh Freeze with hopes of their fourth straight win over a No. Daijun Edwards ran for 76 yards and two touchdowns, including a 13-yarder that capped a 98-yard Georgia drive in the third quarter.
Persons: Brock Bowers, Carson Beck, Bowers, Beck, Kirby Smart, “ We’re, ” Smart, , Alex McPherson's, Hugh Freeze, didn't, Malaki Starks, ” Freeze, , “ Bowers, ” Payton Thorne, Daijun Edwards, They’ve, Freeze Organizations: Auburn, Bulldogs, SEC, Tigers, South Carolina, Texas, Michigan, Nebraska, NEXT Georgia, Kentucky, LSU, AP Locations: AUBURN, Ala, America, Georgia, Jordan, Auburn
What the Nobel Prizes get wrong about science
  + stars: | 2023-09-29 | by ( Katie Hunt | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +9 min
Peter Brzezinski, the secretary of the committee for the Nobel chemistry prize, said there were no plans to change the rule. He said the Nobel Prize committees, at least for science prizes, are “innately conservative.”DiversityOther criticism leveled at the Nobel Prizes includes the lack of diversity among winners. Of course, these flaws and gaps only matter because the Nobels are far better known than other science prizes, Rees added. The Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine will be announced on Monday, followed by the physics prize on Tuesday and the Nobel Prize in chemistry on Wednesday. The Nobel Prize for literature and the Nobel Peace Prize will be announced on Thursday and Friday, respectively.
Persons: Alfred Nobel, Martin Rees, Rees, , Jonathan Nackstrand, Rainer Weiss, Barry Barish, Kip Thorne, David Pendlebury, “ Nobel, ” Pendlebury, Nobel’s, Peter Brzezinski, , ” Brzezinski, John Jumper, AlphaFold, Lasker, Pendlebury, Emmanuelle Charpentier, Jennifer Doudna, it’s, Carolyn Bertozzi, Andrea Ghez, Naomi Oreskes, Henry Charles Lea, ” Rees Organizations: CNN, Royal Society, Getty, Clarivate’s Institute for Scientific, Nobel Foundation, Academy, Google, Harvard University Locations: Swedish, AFP, Stockholm
Mandatory credit Kyodo/via REUTERS/File Photo Acquire Licensing RightsCompanies Greenpeace Limited FollowSINGAPORE, Sept 14 (Reuters) - Governments have no time to lose when it comes to implementing a new global ocean treaty to protect the high seas as threats from human activities intensify, a report by environmental group Greenpeace said on Thursday. In March, more than 100 countries completed a groundbreaking treaty to protect the high seas after years of negotiations. The high seas, or international waters, constitute more than 60% of the world's oceans but have not been under any protection. Greenpeace said fishing hours on the high seas increased by 8.5% from 2018 to 2022, and were up 22.5% in areas that need special protection. Greenpeace said that needs to happen before 2025 if there is any hope of achieving the "30 by 30" target.
Persons: Chris Thorne, Greenpeace's, David Stanway, Jamie Freed Organizations: Kyodo, Rights Companies Greenpeace, Greenpeace, United Nations, General, Thomson Locations: Kushiro, Hokkaido Prefecture, Japan, SINGAPORE
Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images2008: iPhone 3G, meet the App StoreWith the second version of the iPhone, Apple introduces the App Store and 3G connectivity. Stephen Lam/Reuters2016: iPhone SE, a budget optionTaking a step back, the iPhone SE is a cheaper, smaller device than the 6S, giving customers a chance to enjoy Apple’s phones at a much lower cost. People handle the new Apple iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max during a media tour at an Apple office in Shanghai, China, on September 21, 2018. Brendon Thorne/Bloomberg/Getty Images2020: iPhone 12 Mini, small but mightyThe iPhone 12 mini is smaller than the usual iPhone but packs a powerful punch. Mike Segar/Reuters2021: iPhone 13 Series, same price for more spaceThe iPhone 13 stays at the same price as the iPhone 12 with double the storage space, as well as featuring a much smaller top notch.
Persons: Steve Jobs, John Green, ” Jobs, Leon Neal, Justin Sullivan, Siri, FaceTime, , , Jobs, Michael Nagle, Apple, Seth K, Hughes, Akio Kon, David Gray, Tim Cook, Josh Edelson, Stephen Lam, David Paul Morris, Phil Schiller, Aly Song, Max, Jason Lee, Pro Max, Phil Barker, Brendon Thorne, Mike Segar, Gabby Jones, Andrew Kelly Organizations: New, New York CNN, Apple, Macworld, Bay Area, Getty, Lightning, Bloomberg, Apple Inc, Worldwide, Steve Jobs, Steve, Pro, Future Publishing Locations: New York, San Francisco, London, AFP, San Francisco , California, New York City, Cupertino , California, Ginza, Tokyo, Japan, Sydney, Shanghai, China, Beijing, Australia, Manhattan , New York
And there have been plenty of elegant looks on display, from Spanish model Eugenia Silva’s dramatic Armani Privé gown to Italian designer Pierpaolo Piccioli’s effortless white suit. Andreas Rentz/Getty ImagesSpanish model Eugenia Silva arrived in a dramatic pink feather coat and a black strapless gown by Armani Privé. Ernesto Ruscio/Getty ImagesDanish actress Amanda Collin wore matching Chanel separates on the red carpet for "Bastarden (The Promised Land)." Pascal Le Segretain/Getty ImagesModel Madisin Rian wowed in an all-white Armani Privé outfit. Luca Carlino/NurPhoto/ShutterstockItalian fashion journalist and former Vogue Japan editor-at-large Anna Dello Russo wore bright pink Armani Privé.
Persons: , Eugenia Silva’s, Pierpaolo, listers, Adam Driver, Ferrari ”, Enzo Ferrari, Ferrari, Stefania D'Alessandro, Jonica T, Gibbs, Chanel, Andreas Rentz, Barbara Palvin, Giorgio Armani, Eugenia Silva, Armani Privé, Franco Origlia, Dalle, Ernesto Ruscio, Amanda Collin, Pascal Le Segretain, Rian wowed, Armani, John Phillips, Valentino, Pierpaolo Piccioli, Toni Garrn, Alberta Ferretti, Luca Carlino, Anna Dello, Privé, Georgina Rodriguez, Cristiano Ronaldo, Pasquale Bruni, Alfonso Catalano, Bella Thorne, Dior, Sofia Coppola's, Priscilla, Elvis Presley's, Matteo Rasero, Jacob Elordi, Elvis Presley, Neelam Gill, Armani Privè, David Fisher, Leonie Hanne, Mahboobeh Bolandy, Serena de Ferrari, Stephane Cardinale, Corbis Organizations: CNN, Venice, Writers Guild of America, Screen Actors Guild, American Federation of Television, Radio Artists, SAG, Getty, Italian, Vogue Japan Locations: Venice, Spanish, Australian, Turkish
Startup Bindery, which has raised $1.3 million, lets creators start their own publishing imprints. Here's what the company is pitching to authors and creators, and what it will look like. A new startup, Bindery, wants to leverage the power of BookTok to let creators become publishers. With Bindery, Kaye wants to cater to authors who don't often get recognized in traditional publishing, and who don't have the social-media audience or the time to consider self-publishing. Thorne spoke with Kaye, and asked him the questions she and other authors had about rights protections for authors.
Persons: TikTok, Matt Kaye, influencer Jaysen Headley, YouTuber Ali Goodwin, Kathryn Budig, Jack Conte, Kaye, Meg Harvey, Bindery, tastemakers, they'll, Rebecca Thorne, Thorne
While stock markets worldwide have rallied this year on fading fears of a global recession, a number of stocks have been left behind. However, the London-listed company's stock is expected to rise by 143% over the next 12 months, according to the consensus price target of six analysts. Brooke expects the outperform-rated shares to rise by more than 150% to 50p (£0.50, or $0.64) over the next 12 months. Vanquis' stock went another leg lower after it announced the departure of its CFO earlier this month. However, the median average of analyst price targets points to an upside potential of 148% over the next 12 months.
Persons: , Andrew Brooke, Brooke, Helios Towers, Helios, Jefferies, Giles Thorne, Thorne Organizations: CNBC Pro, FTSE, Capita, Capital Markets, Banking, Provident Financial, Helios Locations: London, Africa
Christopher Nolan's new film 'Oppenheimer' features complex science. Science advisors on his latest film, "Oppenheimer," told Insider that's because he teaches himself the science before he even sits down to write. Thorne, who attended lectures by the real J. Robert Oppenheimer while studying at Princeton, has first-hand knowledge about Oppenheimer the man, not just his science. So he said that he clarified and expanded on some of the interactions these famous men would have had with one another for Nolan's film. Oppenheimer was an expert in quantum physics, and was responsible for bringing the discipline to the US, Thorne said.
Persons: Christopher Nolan's, Oppenheimer, Nolan, Christopher Nolan, Tenet, he's, Kip Thorne, Thorne, Robert Oppenheimer, it's, David Saltzberg, Saltzberg, Prefacing he's Organizations: Service, Princeton, UCLA, Trinity Locations: Wall, Silicon
Cillian Murphy plays the "father of the atomic bomb", J. Robert Oppenheimer, in the new film. Science advisors said Murphy asked questions about the theories to accurately portray his character. For his part, Thorne met Murphy virtually and talked with him about scientific theory broadly, and Oppenheimer the man, whom Thorne studied under at Princeton, personally. Saltzberg met Murphy while working with production designers to draft the equations written on the chalkboards throughout the movie. For his role as a physicist in the 2007 movie "Sunshine", Murphy met with scientists at CERN to prepare for the role.
Persons: Cillian Murphy, Robert Oppenheimer, Murphy, Oppenheimer, Kip Thorne, David Saltzberg, Thorne, Saltzberg, Murphy didn't, he's Organizations: Service, UCLA, Princeton, CERN, Guardian, Demand Entertainment Locations: Wall, Silicon, Hollywood
J. Robert Oppenheimer was an immensely complex figure, and the movie's based on a biography of him. Fact: Oppenheimer mocked Strauss about isotopesJ. Robert Oppenheimer testifies before the Senate in October 1945. Fact: A big thunderstorm delayed the Trinity TestOppenheimer (Cillian Murphy) stands next to the test bomb in "Oppenheimer." If it weren't for the atomic bomb, Oppenheimer would likely be best known for bolstering theoretical physics at the University of California, Berkeley. Fiction: Oppenheimer consulted Einstein about Teller's calculations(L-R) Tom Conti as Albert Einstein and Cillian Murphy as J. Robert Oppenheimer in "Oppenheimer."
Persons: Christopher Nolan's, Oppenheimer, Robert Oppenheimer, J, Alex Wellerstein, Kai Bird, Martin Sherwin, Wellerstein, Niels Bohr wasn't, Patrick Blackett, Bird, Sherwin, Blackett, Niels Bohr, Ernest Rutherford, Bohr, Oppenheimer's, Cillian Murphy, Abraham Pais, Baudelaire, e.e, cummings, who's, Haakon Chevalier, Peter, Peter Oppenheimer, Kitty, Haakon, Barbara Chevalier, Robert, Perro, Werner Heisenberg, peppering Bohr, Heisenberg, Strauss, David Hill, Lewis Strauss, Dwight D, David Inglis, Inglis, I've, Arthur Compton, Trinity Test Oppenheimer, Jack Hubbard, Leslie Groves, Hubbard, Feynman, Richard Feynman, I'm, Groves, Robert Serber, David Bohm, Philip Morrison, Willis Lamb, Hitler, Hartland Snyder, Kip Thorne, John Wheeler, Roger Penrose, Penrose, Murphy, Trinity, there's, , Karl T, Compton, Stimson, Henry Stimson, that's, Harry Truman, Wallenstein, Einstein, Tom Conti, Albert Einstein, Melinda Sue Gordon, Edward Teller, Hans Bethe, Enrico Fermi, Bethe, Roger Robb, He's, Teller, Stanislaw Ulam, Gordon Dean, Charlotte Serber, Charlotte Serber's, she's, Serber Organizations: Service, Manhattan Project's Los Alamos Laboratory, Stevens Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Eisenhower's, Federation of American Scientists, Time, Atomic Energy Committee, Trinity Test, Trinity, Los, University of California, Clovis, National Security Research, Manhattan Project . National Security Research, FBI Locations: Wall, Silicon, England, Leiden, Holland, New Mexico, Perro Caliente, Los Pinos , New Mexico, Germany, Nazi, Denmark, Sweden, Los Alamos, Europe, Berkeley, Poland, Amarillo , Texas, Japan, Kyoto, Alamos
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