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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
watch nowArtificial intelligence for cancer screening has taken off. So, it is quite a challenge," said Brittany Berry-Pusey, CEO of AI screening startup Avenda Health. Nearly 600 of them have been radiology AI applications approved in the last five years. Thorwarth wrote that AI reimbursement is complex and establishing billing codes for every approved AI tool is "problematic." RadNet's executives compare the process with AI screening to the radiology industry's experience with digital breast Tomosynthesis, known as 3D mammography.
Persons: Brittany Berry, Pusey, Porte, Julien De Rosa, Berry, William Thorwarth, Thorwarth, mammography, Rodrigo Cerda, Cerda, RadNet, Greg Sorensen, RadNet's, Sorensen Organizations: FDA, Food and Drug Administration, Porte de, Afp, Getty, American Medical Association, American College of Radiology, Centers, Medicare, Medicaid Services, CNBC, Artificial Intelligence, Blue Cross Locations: Paris, New Jersey
download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. AdvertisementWhile growth has normalized, prices still remain elevated, with median prices of existing and new homes both near all-time highs. In fact, the Housing Affordability Index fell to its all-time low last year, but Schwab noted that it seems to be pushing back up from the bottom. AdvertisementThe bank added that mortgage rates are likely to keep drifting higher, as federal interest rates normalize at around current levels. "Yet, a stabilization in activity, price growth, and interest rate volatility will likely provide a more stable foundation for the sector."
Persons: , Charles Schwab, Schwab, That's, homebuilders, it's Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Redfin
I work for a House Democrat who has endorsed Biden's plan for a negotiated, two-sided cease-fire — but that's absolutely not far enough. AdvertisementWhen it's constituents saying this, I understand: They don't understand exactly how congressional offices work, they don't know how Congress functions. We have seen an unprecedented influx of constituent sentiment in support of a cease-fire, and in some lawmakers' offices, that sentiment is not being listened to at the most senior level. You don't know who's going to step in and replace you in that job. You don't know if they're going to hire someone who just does not believe in the humanity of the Palestinian people.
Persons: , Israel, We've, who've, Joe Biden, they've, Biden's, we've, it's, Andrew Derek Strachan, haven't, Kent Nishimura Organizations: Service, Congressional Staff, Capitol Hill, Business, Capitol, United Nations Relief, Works Agency, House Democrat, Congressional, State Department Locations: Gaza, Israel, Rafah, Palestine
"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
There's a new group of talent managers making waves in the creator ecosystem. Business Insider is highlighting 15 rising stars helping influencers build their brands. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementA new crop of professionals has entered the talent manager space. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
Persons: influencers, , Al Baker Organizations: Service, B Digital Management, Business
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
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
Her success in monetizing her platform persuaded her to try full-time content creation in 2023. Hong Kong-based creator Anushka Purohit decided to dive into a corporate 9-to-5 job after graduating from college instead of becoming a full-time creator because of the perceived financial instability. "The idea of full-time content creation is often more glamorous than reality," she said. Nguyen also said she'll never go back to full-time content creation because of the financial instability. Being a full-time creator can also hurt your social-media brand if you compromise for the money.
Persons: , influencer Maryam Salam, Adesh, hasn't, they've, Anushka Purohit, Purohit, Mitchie Nguyen, Instagram, Nguyen, she's, Salam, she'll, Maryam Salam, Maryam, Mariam Organizations: Service, Business, Salam, Google, Staples, RBC Locations: Canada, monetizing, Hong Kong, York, TikTok
Sen. Marco Rubio is a leading contender for Donald Trump's vice president pick in 2024, per a new report. The New York Times reports that Rubio has taken a low-key approach in his bid to run alongside Trump. AdvertisementSen. Marco Rubio is apparently playing hard to get when it comes to beating out the competition and making it as Donald Trump's VP pick, The New York Times reports. Through his support behind the scenes, Rubio has become a "leading contender" as the vice president pick, The New York Times reported, citing advisors to Trump. According to the Times, Rubio hasn't been keen on joining the president at rallies or hanging out at his Mar-a-Lago home.
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Elon Musk and Donald Trump are discussing a role for him in the White House, the WSJ reported. Musk and Trump have had a hot-and-cold relationship over the years. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementThere's a chance Elon Musk could be spending more time at the White House if Donald Trump ends up back in office. The pair have been discussing a potential advisory role for Musk if Trump wins the 2024 election, The Wall Street Journal reported.
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Clean energy stocks may be underperforming in the public market, but there is still great appetite for companies focused on decarbonization in private markets — with Clean Energy Ventures' new fund serving as the latest example. The climate tech firm said Wednesday that it raised $305 million for its second fund, five years after closing its first fund. This latest fund was oversubscribed — the initial target stood at $200 million — but interest from limited partners including The Grantham Foundation, Builders Vision and Carbon Equity led to a higher raise. The firm is already putting the new money to work, focusing on technologies that go beyond the traditional green investments of solar and wind. Co-founder and managing partner Daniel Goldman identified industrial decarbonization as one compelling vertical — specifically emissions-reducing technology for the cement and steel industries.
Persons: Daniel Goldman Organizations: Clean Energy Ventures, The Grantham Foundation, Builders Vision, Carbon Equity, CNBC
"It really changed everything about what we understood about when and how people arrived to the Americas," Braje said of the Chile site. Dating ancient artifacts like this is tricky and is often the source of contention around these sites that question our understanding and timeline of ancient human history. That's why only a handful of Lowery's artifacts could be tested. If these artifacts are as old as the lab analysis suggests, then Lowery's discovery could rewrite our understanding of ancient American human history. For Braje, Lowery's research is reminiscent of past debates when new discoveries pushed back the timeline for the first American arrivals.
Persons: , Todd Braje, Darrin Lowery, he's, Lowery, hasn't, Braje, Lowery doesn't Organizations: Service, University of Oregon Museum of Natural, Business, Parsons, NOAA, Washington Post Locations: South America, Americas, Island , Maryland, North America, Maryland, Chesapeake, Canada, Asia, Siberia, Alaska, Chile, Monte Verde, Coast, Parsons
Read previewFresh off bringing ads to Prime Video, Amazon is looking for more ways to get brands involved in its original TV shows and films. The company also made several other appointments to develop projects that are funded by or focused on brands and work on integrating ads into Prime Video entertainment. AdvertisementHer future role at Freevee had been the subject of internal speculation after Amazon added advertising to Prime Video. With this in mind, I am pleased to share that Lauren Anderson's remit is expanding to support those efforts for Amazon MGM Studios. Finally, Lauren will continue her oversight of Amazon MGM Studios 1P FAST Programming delivered to Prime Video and Freevee.
Persons: , execs, Lauren Anderson, Anderson, Freevee, James Marsden, hasn't, Vernon Sanders, Lauren Anderson's, Lauren, Christel Miller, Jenny Falkoff, Alysia Russo, Benoit Landry, Benoit's, Justin Holt, Justin, Claudine Atout, Traci Blackwell, Kara Smith, Vernon Organizations: Service, Amazon MGM, Business, Prime, Amazon MGM Studios, Brands, Hulu, Marriott, MGM Studios, Studios, Amazon, Film, Ad, MGM, FAST
You can opt-out at any time by visiting our Preferences page or by clicking "unsubscribe" at the bottom of the email. download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. The French group of trade associations fears that Apple's web eraser could represent another example of Big Tech implementing disruptive changes over which media and advertising companies have no control. Apple generates advertising and subscription revenue from its Apple News service, though it makes the majority of its ad revenue from search ads within the Apple App Store. A spokesperson for the NMA said the organization hadn't heard back from Apple since it sent the letter on May 10.
Persons: , Tim Cook, Apple's Cook, Thierry Breton, Apple, NMA, hadn't Organizations: Service, Apple, Business, Safari, Alliance, SRI, Union des Marques, Big Tech, Google, Facebook, Publishers, Apple News, French Competition Authority, Europe's, UK's News Media Association, Daily Mail, Guardian Locations: France, Europe, Germany
Her success in monetizing her platform persuaded her to try full-time content creation in 2023. Hong Kong-based creator Anushka Purohit decided to dive into a corporate 9-to-5 job after graduating from college instead of becoming a full-time creator because of the perceived financial instability. "The idea of full-time content creation is often more glamorous than reality," she said. Nguyen also said she'll never go back to full-time content creation because of the financial instability. Being a full-time creator can also hurt your social-media brand if you compromise for the money.
Persons: , influencer Mariam Salam, Adesh, hasn't, they've, Anushka Purohit, Purohit, Mitchie Nguyen, Instagram, Nguyen, she's, Salam, she'll Organizations: Service, Business, Salam, Google, Staples, RBC Locations: Canada, monetizing, Hong Kong, York, TikTok
However, during the renovation, we eventually went over budget and realized we should have done a few things differently. However, the unexpected cost of installing a new circuit board and wiring for the range cooker made us reluctant to add anything else to our tab. Matt NgI wished we had the time and space to shop around more, as we didn't feel the consultant we worked with provided the ideas to really make smarter use of our kitchen space. With all that said, we still adore our kitchen, not least our excellent range cooker and new flooring — our old slate tiles were hard, uncomfortable, and horrible to clean. AdvertisementSince it was our first kitchen renovation, we're a little more armed with experience and the pitfalls should we ever need to do a second.
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But despite the vast improvements in battery technology, EV charging still can't hold a candle to the 5-minute stop to fill a gas tank. Related storiesCar companies hoped the public charging infrastructure would improve along with them as they built more range into their vehicles. AdvertisementWhat no one can seem to agree on is who is responsible for building out public charging infrastructure. All these industry efforts have helped to feed an EV charging infrastructure boom in recent years. The Biden Administration has set aside $7.5 billion for charging infrastructure with a vow to add 500,000 EV charging stations by 2030.
Persons: , Biden Organizations: Service, Business, EV, GM, Pew Research, Department of Energy, Biden Administration, University of Michigan Transportation Research Institute
Read previewA whistleblower claims that the Internal Revenue Service has not done enough to stop the exploitation of a Puerto Rico tax break, The New York Times reported. According to a letter written by an IRS insider, the agency's three-year campaign to uncover abuse of a tax benefit has failed to make much headway. For instance, the IRS will typically send out "soft letters" to any scrutinized beneficiaries, encouraging them to voluntarily fix any potential issue with their taxes. Yet, the agency hasn't issued any soft letters, the whistleblower said. In an interview with NYT, IRS Commissioner Danny Werfel acknowledged that no soft letters were sent, but highlighted the dozens that have been audited.
Persons: , Gabriel Hernandez, Hernandez, hasn't, Danny Werfel Organizations: Service, Internal Revenue Service, New York Times, IRS, Business, Puerto, Bloomberg Locations: Puerto Rico, Puerto Rican
"There's not enough money to take up Nvidia this much and the rest of the market," Jim Cramer said. As a subscriber to the CNBC Investing Club with Jim Cramer, you will receive a trade alert before Jim makes a trade. THE ABOVE INVESTING CLUB INFORMATION IS SUBJECT TO OUR TERMS AND CONDITIONS AND PRIVACY POLICY , TOGETHER WITH OUR DISCLAIMER . NO FIDUCIARY OBLIGATION OR DUTY EXISTS, OR IS CREATED, BY VIRTUE OF YOUR RECEIPT OF ANY INFORMATION PROVIDED IN CONNECTION WITH THE INVESTING CLUB. Jensen Huang, co-founder and CEO of Nvidia, during the Nvidia GPU Technology Conference in San Jose, California, on March 19, 2024.
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(That's not a knock on the company — for a lot of crypto exchanges, the Empire State is a tough nut to crack.) Crypto.com's primary business is its cryptocurrency exchange, which works as a middleman for people buying and selling crypto, but it also offers other products, including crypto Visa cards. To be sure, the casino thing could be said about most crypto exchanges — and sports-betting apps, and many regular trading apps. It's a good reminder that, whatever the company, it's better to use exchanges only for trading your crypto assets, not for storing them. Or maybe in five years we'll be looking back at this moment and saying: "Remember that one crypto company?
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As a professional decluttrer, here are five things I recommend you purge today. As for throwing things away, don't worry about waste; keeping something but not using it is the same as consigning it to the trash. AdvertisementSo much 'other' stuff ends up in the bathroomMany things find their way into the bathroom that are only tangentially connected to hygiene. Items like candles, toys, lint rollers, irons — all kinds of things find their way into the bathroom and refuse to leave. If you don't actually use it in the bathroom, there might be a better place to store it.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. In response, they're pulling out their smartphones as Chipotle employees add chicken al pastor, steak, or another one of their preferred proteins to their order. In the video, Lee samples multiple Chipotle items, including a bowl he ordered with chicken al pastor. "There have been no changes in our portion sizes, and we have reinforced proper portioning with our employees," Chipotle Chief Corporate Affairs and Food Safety Officer Laurie Schalow told Business Insider. Chipotle hasn't given employees instructions on what to do when customers start filming, a spokesperson added.
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Read previewOn Tuesday, May 14th, members of Target's LGBTQ+ employee resource group logged on for a much-anticipated virtual meeting to preview the 2024 Pride collection, two council members told Business Insider. Target's online Pride collection on May 28. But late last May, conservative protesters took aim at Target's Pride collection, falsely claiming the merchandise was "Satanic" and sexualized minors. However, the two Pride Council members and multiple LGBTQ+ vendors who worked on past Pride collections told BI they feel the company hasn't done enough to rebuild its relationship with its LGBTQ+ partners over the past year. AdvertisementOne of the employees involved in the Pride Council told BI that a lot of LGBTQ+ people, herself included, joined Target specifically because of its stated support for trans and queer rights.
Persons: , Brand Management Carlos Saavedra, Dominick Reuter, Erik Carnell, hasn't, Hayley Marzullo, Marzullo, Leslie Garrard, Garrard Organizations: Service, Business, Brand Management, Pride +, Council, Target, Pride Council, Christian Right, BI Locations:
Several investors released a joint letter this month urging fellow shareholders to vote down the package as excessive. Tesla shareholders approved the pay package in 2018, with compensation tied to Tesla's performance including its market value. And he still has time to meet goals he hasn't reached, including on revenue, because the pay package had a 10-year term. In the 440-page proxy statement explaining the vote, a committee of the Tesla board noted the "novel circumstances." Some people began sharing screenshots of their votes in April, shortly after the Tesla board announced the vote, and the deadline to vote online is June 12.
Persons: Elon Musk, The Beverly Hilton, Tesla, James Park, Musk, He's, Judge Kathaleen McCormick, McCormick, Nadya Malenko, hasn't, Ann Lipton, Lipton, — I'm, Musk's, there's, , Rowe Price, didn't, Brad Lander Organizations: SpaceX, Tesla, The Beverly, Wall Street, University of California, CNBC, Bloomberg, Reuters, Boston College's, Tulane University, Disney, New York, Amalgamated Bank . Locations: Beverly Hills , California, U.S, Delaware, Austin , Texas, , Los Angeles, Texas, New York City
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