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Sometimes when I'm at work in the AT&T office in Dallas, the elevator will open and my mom will stroll out. AdvertisementI wouldn't want to report to my mom directlyI never expected to be working with my mom. Having a mom and mentor in one can be complexIn our situation, I get a mentor and a mother. As a mentor, she's a straight shooter, reminding me to buckle up and get the job done. It's taught her about an area that she might not be aware of, if she didn't have family working within it.
Persons: , Greg Bockman, Kathryn Bockman, I'm, It's, overstepping, We've, she's, I've, There's Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Dallas
I've spent a lot on vet visits for my dog, so I decided to look into what pet insurance I could get. In the last year, she's had a series of vet visits that left us with a few thousand dollars in bills to pay. I decided to price out three popular pet insurance plans to figure out which one is right for us. It offers a bundling discount of up to 10%, making my pet insurance premiums cheaper than any other provider. Plus, I received an insurance bundling discount because I already had other insurance plans through the company.
Persons: I've, she's, it's, , Figo
At the Cannes Film Festival earlier this month, Moore's latest movie, "The Substance," received a 13-minute standing ovation. And Moore's three daughters — Rumer, 35, Scout, 32, and Tallulah, 30 — are here for all the praise. Advertisement(L-R) Rumer Willis, father Bruce Willis, sister Tallulah Willis, mother Demi Moore, and sister Scout Willis. Getty"We have a thread that we call 'Lineage of Females' that has all my sisters and I on it, and we don't see the looks she's going to do, so when we do, we're like, 'Oh my god, mom, mom, mom, this is amazing, you look iconic! Moore, 61, who had her daughters while married to Bruce Willis before they divorced, found fame in the 1980s.
Persons: , Matthew McConaughey's, Brendan Fraser's, Demi Moore's, Moore's, Margaret Qualley, Dennis Quaid, didn't, — Rumer, Rumer, Rumer Willis, Bruce Willis, Tallulah Willis, Demi Moore, Scout Willis, Getty, Jenna Bush Hager, Matthew McConaughey, Moore Organizations: Service, Cannes Film, Business, York Locations: Tallulah, South, France, Elmo's
A Foot Locker store in New York, US, on Monday, May 27, 2024. Foot Locker's turnaround is starting to bear some fruit. Dillon, the former CEO of Ulta Beauty , has been working to turn around Foot Locker, but those efforts have taken longer than expected. Dillon has also been working to revamp Foot Locker's stores, where it still does about 80% of its annual sales. "And I think it's coming to life in a way that our brand partners are thrilled with.
Persons: Locker's, Foot Locker, It's, Mary Dillon, Dillon, Locker, John Donahoe, She's, We've Organizations: LSEG, CNBC, Nike, Dick's Sporting Goods Locations: New York
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
Read previewA vacation to Myrtle Beach last spring turned into a wake-up call for Jamie Bernardi and her family. Jamie BernardiThis is what researchers variously call the "trickle-down effect," "the ripple effect," or "the halo effect": when a person's lifestyle changes benefit their family members and close contacts who aren't under medical care. Doctors and researchers hope the trickle-down effect will help curb new cases of obesity. Taking controlThe trickle-down effect isn't just an added bonus. Just three weeks after she first jabbed her belly with Mounjaro, Bernardi bought everyone in her family generic watches to count their steps.
Persons: , Jamie Bernardi, Bernardi, Keeley J, Pratt, Lisa Green, Green, Mounjaro, Lisa Green Lisa, it's, she'll, " Bernardi, Sandy Huffaker Organizations: Service, Business, CDC, Human, Science, The Ohio State University, Lisa Green Lisa Green People, The Washington, Getty Images Locations: Myrtle Beach, Weirton, West Virginia
Now as an online fat loss coach and personal trainer, she helps others lose weight healthily and sustainably, too. AdvertisementWith the weight loss market in the US expected to reach $93.8 billion in 2024, according to Market Data, Dobson's approach too weight loss — without using fad diet plans or supplements — goes back to basics. Dobson started making lower-calorie versions of her favorite mealsAs a child, Dobson said she was "a bit chubbier" than other kids at school. It's the same approach recommended by many registered dietitians who have spoken to BI about healthy fat loss. AdvertisementDobson felt strongly that she didn't want to feel too restricted or deprived when losing weight.
Persons: , Bethany Dobson, Dobson, Georgie Glass Dobson, dietitians, Georgie Glass, That's Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Manchester
ConocoPhillips , Marathon Oil : Conoco shares fell 3% after the company said it planned to buy Marathon Oil in a deal $17.1 billion all-stock transaction. "Conoco is a very, very good company," Jim Cramer said, though he wondered whether U.S. antitrust regulators may heavily scrutinize the tie-up. "This deal makes a ton of sense, but I would buy Conoco over Marathon here." "Now, the can't-last theory is so stupid because what that says is, without doing any work, that stock can't be up 100%. "Cava is a great company," Cramer said.
Persons: Jim Cramer's, Jim Cramer, Cramer, Abercrombie, Fran Horowitz, she's, I'm Organizations: CNBC, Club, ConocoPhillips, Marathon, Airlines, Fitch Locations: Marathon, Texas
When her daughter enrolls in kindergarten soon, Horrocks said she will return to the workforce but not to the high-stress position she held. Instead, given the luxury to pursue her passions, she's considering financial coaching or planning as options. "I think work is not the goal. She no longer needs to strive for the highest-paying or most prestigious position, and she's considered becoming a financial coach to help people achieve their financial goals. "Also, a lot of financial advisors don't have their client's best interests at heart and aren't wealthy themselves."
Persons: Sabina Horrocks, Horrocks, isn't hustles, Nobody's, We've, They've, we've, she's Organizations: Service, Business, Advisors Locations: Chicago
Read previewTesla is facing increasing pushback from investors regarding its bid to reinstate Elon Musk's $55 billion pay package. The fund initially voted for Musk's pay package when it was taken to a shareholder vote in 2018. Separately, proxy advisory firm Glass Lewis said in a report on Saturday that the pay plan was "excessive" and presented investors with "uncertain benefits and additional risk." Tesla has also argued the compensation plan is "critical to the future success of Tesla" and has even paid for a handful of advertisements promoting the pay plan. Shareholders will be asked to vote on several proposals in addition to the proposal to reinstate Musk's pay package, which was struck down by a Delaware judge earlier this year.
Persons: , Elon, Marcie Frost, Musk's, Tesla, Frost, Musk, CalPERS, James Murdoch, Kimbal, Glass Lewis, Kimbal Musk, Murdoch Organizations: Service, Elon Musk's, California Public Employees, CNBC, Business, Bloomberg, Securities and Exchange Commission, Texas Locations: Delaware, Texas
Read previewBloomsbury Publishing is crediting fantasy author Sarah J. Maas for its record-setting sales year. AdvertisementAnd the company said that growth comes largely from one author: Sarah J. Maas. Bloomsbury's CEO credits fantasy author Sarah J. Maas with driving the publisher's growthIn a statement on its financial report, Bloomsbury's CEO Nigel Newton pointed to Sarah J. Maas as the source of much of the company's financial achievements for the year. Sarah J. Maas had massive sales over the last year. "Sarah J. Maas is a publishing phenomenon and we are very fortunate to have signed her up with her first book 14 years ago."
Persons: , Sarah J, Maas, Nigel Newton, Newton, JK Rowling's, Harry Potter, Katherine Rundell's, Bloomsbury Maas, Rebecca Yarros, Carissa Broadbent Organizations: Service, Bloomsbury, Business, New York Times, Marvel, Wings Locations: Bloomsbury, children's
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
My dad owned a wide variety of businesses. My dad worked the grill and made the hot dishes while my mom took customer orders and packed the food. AdvertisementI vouched for my dad at my jobMy dad told me that he still wanted to work after he sold the lease. That's when I thought he could get a job working in the kitchen at the hospital where I worked. I talked to the manager of food services at my hospital and asked if they'd give my dad a job in the kitchen.
Persons: he'd, Ryu, Grace Ryu, , He's, they'd, I'd, he's, I've, She's Organizations: Service, Business Locations: Maryland, Baltimore, Ocean City, California, America
And she's part of a growing class of Gen Z retirement super-savers. Many are concerned about stagnating wages in an era of skyrocketing costs of living, says Paloma Thombley, chief human resources officer at Handshake, the jobs site for college students and new grads. Gen Z prioritizes retirement benefitsGenesis Hinckley, 27, works as a business analyst for Google in Boulder, Colorado. 'It's no longer chasing money; it's chasing time'Anxiety aside, many Gen Zers see super-saving for retirement as a way to take control over an uncertain future when the built-in support systems are lacking. They learned when it makes sense to invest in a plan pre- or post-tax, how to actually invest your retirement money, and the value of compound interest.
Persons: Lillian Zhang wasn't, Zhang, Gen, Gen Zer, millennials, Gen Xers, Paloma Thombley, Zers, Thombley, Lillian Zhang, isn't, Z, Genesis Hinckley, Hinckley, Roth, TikTok Organizations: IRA, Northwestern Mutual, Social Security, Google, Genesis, YouTube Locations: Boulder , Colorado
However, the average millennial reported roughly $63,000 in retirement savings so far. While millennials will need more money to retire comfortably, many are far away from the savings milestone experts suggest. What's more, the future of the US Social Security system is uncertain, and longer expected lifespans — while a positive development — will require more retirement savings. How to figure out how much retirement savings you needTiffany Bell, a 36-year-old business management professional based in Houston, didn't always take retirement savings seriously. How millennials can get their retirement savings back on trackWhile some millennials are struggling financially, it's not all doom and gloom when it comes to their retirement prospects.
Persons: Nathaniel Hudson, Hartman, millennials, Tiffany Bell, didn't, Bell, she's, they're, Chris Chen, Chen, Judi Leahy, it's, Leahy, NerdWallet, Bell —, , X, What's, Nilay Gandhi, Roth, Rita Assaf, Assaf, Gandhi Organizations: Business, Northwestern Mutual, Pew, US Social Security, Fidelity, Financial, Citi, Wealth Management, Vanguard, Big, CFP, Roth IRA, Fidelity Investments, Savings, Hudson Locations: Portland, Houston, New York, Montana
Since 2016, Sia has been handing out money to her favorite "Survivor" contestants as an unofficial prize for the hit reality show. "It's the end of one of the most unique eras in the history of 'Survivor,'" Probst wrote. "After eight years, 14 seasons, 19 players and over $1,000,000 awarded, 'Survivor' is officially bringing the Sia Prize to a triumphant end!" If they also win Sia's unofficial prize, contestants stand to make a lot of money from the show. Neither Probst nor Sia have commented on whether contestants from the most recent season will receive money from the singer.
Persons: , Sia, Jeff Probst, Probst, Tai Trang, Jonny Fairplay, Tai, Evan Agostini, I'm, She's, Topps Organizations: Service, Business, CBS, TMZ, Survivor, Fame
Read previewThe world of luxury real estate might seem like a place where deals are plentiful, transactions are swift, and satisfaction is guaranteed. "I wanna be free to garden and travel and not have to worry about the house — but I'm not taking nothing," Morgan told Curbed. "A lot of luxury buyers may already have a primary home, so maybe they're looking for a new investment," StreetEasy Senior Economist Lee said. AdvertisementThat's partly why more luxury buyers are increasingly considering renting out their homes rather than selling them, he added. Concierge AuctionsLee noted another factor contributing to the difficulty of selling luxury properties: the high costs associated with their maintenance and upkeep.
Persons: , Kenny Lee, Sonja Morgan, John Adams Morgan, Morgan Chase, Morgan, Curbed's Bridget Read, I'm, Michael Jordan, There's, Nile Niami, Richard Saghian, Ron DeSantis, Lee, canalso, It's Organizations: Service, Business, Housewives, New, Fashion, Florida Gov, Morgans, Yorker Locations: New York City, New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Upper Eastside
Lizzo's name was mentioned in the "South Park: The End of Obesity" special. Characters in the series claim the new "Lizzo" drug helps patients overcome weight-loss worries. Lizzo was the subject of a lawsuit filed last year claiming she shamed dancers over their weight. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . The "Truth Hurts" singer, who came under scrutiny last year after a lawsuit claimed she had subjected former dancers to a hostile work environment, was referenced in "South Park: The End of Obesity."
Persons: Lizzo, , Ozempic Organizations: Service, Business
I don't know. I don't know. Obviously, totally doable still, but I don't think it's necessarily a walk in the park by any means, and I don't think everyone can do it. The hardest one I ever did — there have been some really, really close runners-up — but it was a scene on "Handmaid's." I've known for a while how it was going to end, so I don't think I can say anything.
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Melinda French Gates further explained her decision to leave the foundation she started with Bill Gates. In an op-ed in The New York Times, she said she's leaving to focus her philanthropy on women and girls. AdvertisementMelinda French Gates is speaking out about her upcoming departure from the philanthropic foundation she cofounded with her now ex-husband Bill Gates. She explained her decision in an op-ed in The New York Times published Tuesday. "That's why, next week, I will leave the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, of which I was a co-founder almost 25 years ago, to open a new chapter in my philanthropy."
Persons: Melinda French Gates, Bill Gates, Gates, , I've, Melinda Gates Organizations: The New York Times, Service, Melinda Gates Foundation
Chart of the Day: Insmed
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In this videoShare Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailChart of the Day: InsmedMichelle Ross, StemPoint Capital Chief Investment Officer & Managing Parter, joins us with the latest on the stock and a few more biotech names she's watching.
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That deadline — July 11 — is imposed by the state housing authority and applies to Quinn's Section 8 housing choice voucher, which she's had for about 12 years. Iowa lets landlords refuse voucher holdersQuinn says she's contacted close to 30 landlords since March. Many have simply told her they don't accept housing vouchers. In 2021, the state passed a law barring cities and counties from protecting voucher holders from overt discrimination by landlords. A crucial but flawed benefitThe federal Housing Choice Voucher Program is the biggest — and most effective — American housing assistance program.
Persons: , Stephanie Quinn, Quinn, she's, Charcot, Marie, Quinn doesn't, she'll, I'm, they've, Farley, I've Organizations: Service, Business, Facebook, Craigslist, Nationwide Locations: Farley , Iowa, Iowa, Washington, DC, Dubuque
They're primarily moving to Portugal, Spain and the U.K., where many expats say they're highly satisfied with their personal, financial, social and work lives abroad. She started working at Deel in 2022 as a digital nomad in Portugal and "living in the clouds traveling the world," she says. Mourao currently has a digital nomad visa in Portugal and continues to travel around the world. For example, while in Portugal, she's in a central time zone that makes it easy to communicate with colleagues in Latin America, Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia. Prove why you're suited to work abroad
Persons: Kamylle, Mourao, Masha Sutherlin, Sutherlin, She's, she's, who've, they've Organizations: United Arab Locations: Brazil, Peru, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, Deel, France, Egypt, Singapore, United Arab Emirates, Japan, she's, Latin America, Europe, East, Africa, Asia
Taylor Swift's 'Eras' tour features custom Christian Louboutin shoes adorned with strass crystals. Luxury cobblers say the shoes are well-built and are a status symbol. The cobblers also say Louboutin shoes are getting more popular — and Swift may have played a part in that. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementFor the past year, pop megastar Taylor Swift has been prancing around her glitzy "Eras" tour stage in pairs of red bottoms adorned with crystals.
Persons: Taylor Swift's, Swift, , megastar Taylor Swift, Christian Louboutin, Styles, Eleonora Botta, Cate Boot Organizations: Service, Vogue, Business
She said nearly everything is more expensive in St. Louis compared to Dallas, from groceries to gas to various taxes. Census data shows that between 2021 and 2022, about 494,000 people moved out of Texas, while over 668,300 people moved in. Nearly 9,200 people moved from Texas to Missouri during this period. AdvertisementTheir son attended the University of Missouri, where her husband went, and he settled in St. Louis. AdvertisementThey looked around St. Louis for two years but couldn't find much on the market.
Persons: Donna, Louis, Missouri Donna, St . Louis, It's, didn't, she's, She's, it'll Organizations: Service, Texans, Lone Star State, University of Minnesota's, Texas, Air Force, University of Missouri Locations: Dallas, Fort Worth, St, Texas, Missouri, Europe, St .
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