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Christmas songs may be written in a certain way to trigger feelings of sadness. A quick Google reveals many people feel sad when they hear Christmas carols or a classic Christmas tune. Christmas songs connect us to the pastOne reason Christmas music triggers such strong emotions is because it takes us right back to our childhood. Some songs have been written to trigger emotionsSome Christmas songs may have been written with the specific intention of triggering sad emotions. "Christmas songs are as much about memories and feelings as they are about the properties of music itself.
Persons: , I'm, Clay Routledge, Routledge, Marianne Rizkallah, it's, we've, Rizkallah, Bing Crosby, Rosalind Ryan Organizations: Service, North London Locations: UK
Many of this year's VC rising stars told Business Insider that their go-to power outfits included apparel like tailored sport coats or Chelsea boots, and more casual pieces like hoodies and well-fitting jeans. Very few investors are wearing collared shirts with their jackets, opting instead to pair it with a t- shirt and jeans. Nmachi Jidemna told Business Insider that for her everyday wear, her go-to was "usually a structured blazer with a relaxed pair of jeans." Lori Harvey (left) and Heidi Klum (right) wearing red outfits. Black flowy trousers, black turtleneck, and chunky black boots."
Persons: that's, Laura Bock, Nmachi Jidemna, Javier Grevely, Ralph Lauren, Tobi Coker, Janelle Teng, Patron's Amber Atherton, Jason Yeh, Ashley Paston, Justin Williams, VCs, Mahati Sridhar, Grady Dick, Michelle Farsi, Pear, Vivien Ho, Lori Harvey, Heidi Klum, Valentina Frugiuele, Bauer, Griffin, Luci Fonseca, RTFKT, Brandon Hoffman, JL, Sarah Wu, Emerson, Fiona Huang, Demi Obayomi, Natalie Borowski, Daisy Wolf, Andreessen Horowitz Organizations: Business, Wellington Management, Converse, Seae Ventures, Getty, GV, Nike, Sunset Ventures, Bain Capital Ventures Locations: London, Chelsea
That was exacerbated as interest rates went up," Aaron Dunn, portfolio manager at Morgan Stanley's U.S. Value Fund, told CNBC's "Street Signs Asia" on Friday. When pressed on what stocks make good plays, Dunn responded with four names, adding: "There's a lot of opportunities out there to pick up really good companies on the cheap." It made up 2.4% of his U.S. Value Fund as of Oct. 31. Dollar Tree Elsewhere, the value investor is bullish on value store, Dollar Tree , which made up almost 3% of the U.S. Value Fund holdings, as of Oct. 31. Year-to-date shares are now up nearly 1% but this is " well under its intrinsic value," Dunn said.
Persons: , Aaron Dunn, CNBC's, Dunn, Morgan Stanley, – they've, Clorox Organizations: Morgan, Value, Agricultural, FMC Corporation, . Value, FMC, Alcoa Corp Aluminum, Alcoa, . Value Fund Locations: Morgan Stanley's, Alcoa, China
"I saw a hammered market, a market where the buyers have gotten drunk as a proverbial skunk, buying the worst of the worst," he said. But as the mini banking crisis receded, the market broadened out and investors "collectively got a nice buzz going," Cramer said. They looked towards other sectors with strong potential, buying shares of artificial intelligence companies, cybersecurity outfits and weight loss drug manufacturers, he said. But some overindulged, he said, and now the "hammered investors have taken over." "For those who're slamming them down now and buying stocks under the influence?
Persons: CNBC's Jim Cramer, Cramer, Estee Lauder Organizations: Wall, Moderna, Pfizer Locations: China
I typically tell teachers that our family won't be completing homework. This is why I've decided that in our family, homework is strictly optional and sometimes downright discouraged. AdvertisementMy daughter is supposed to do about 40 minutes of homework each nightIt's important to acknowledge that my district doesn't give much homework in elementary school. My fourth grader is expected to do 20 minutes of reading and 10 minutes each for math facts and penmanship. Reading, math, and penmanship are important, but practicing them happens organically throughout our day — when we talk about money skills together or pen a letter to their grandparents.
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Timothée Chalamet and Hugh Grant are the best part of the Willy Wonka prequel. AdvertisementThe new "Wonka" movie is a mixed bag of sweets and duds. AdvertisementHugh Grant is an underutilized firecrackerTimothée Chalamet as Willy Wonka and Hugh Grant as an Oompa Loompa in "Wonka." Throughout "Wonka," Chalamet oozes infectious optimism and childlike wonder as he takes us on a journey packed with magical moments and simple joys, including a heartwarming rendition of "Pure Imagination." It's almost enough to get us to believe in even the most ridiculous plotlines — but it's still no "Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory."
Persons: Wonka, Chalamet, Hugh Grant, Willy Wonka, , Roald Dahl's, Charlie, He's, who's, Paul King, Dahl, Fox, Gene Wilder, Olivia Colman, it's, Miss Hannigan, Annie, Keegan, Michael Key, Barnum, Grant, King, Willy, Oompa Loompas Organizations: Service, Warner Bros, Chocolate
These are due to be implemented in 18 months and include addressing EV charging station power shortages. The ease of building an EV charging hub varies considerably country by country. To do so, it will ban sales of CO2-emitting vehicles from 2035 and wants to develop a network of EV charging stations. "Sometimes we have to send physical mail," said Peter Badik, co-founder of EV charging firm Greenway Network, which has set up 1,300 EV chargers in Slovakia, Croatia and Poland. "There is a clear need for more standardisation (of requirements for charging hubs)," BP's van Dobschuetz added.
Persons: Repsol, It's Kafka, Lucie Mattera, Mattera, Miguel Stilwell de Andrade, Peter Badik, Stefan van Dobschuetz, Dobschuetz, ChargeUp Europe's Mattera, Julia Payne, Alexander Smith Organizations: European Union, European Commission, EV, Reuters, Industry, Greenway Network, BP Pulse, Thomson Locations: BRUSSELS, Germany, Spain, Europe, EU, Slovakia, Croatia, Poland
The San Francisco skyline is seen behind a self-driving GM Bolt EV during a media event where Cruise, GM's autonomous car unit, showed off its self-driving cars in San Francisco, California, U.S. November 28, 2017. The California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) on Friday ordered Cruise to appear at a Feb. 6 hearing for "misleading the Commission through omission regarding the extent and seriousness of the accident" and "making misleading public comments regarding its interactions with the commission." Cruise's troubles are also a setback for an industry dependent on public trust and the cooperation of regulators. GM had told investors Cruise and its technology could generate $50 billion a year in revenue by 2030. Reporting by Hyunjoo Jin in San Francisco and David Shepardson in Washington, Additional reporting by Abhirup Roy in San Francisco; Editing by Richard Chang and Nick ZieminskiOur Standards: The Thomson Reuters Trust Principles.
Persons: Elijah Nouvelage, Cruise, Kyle Vogt, Daniel Kan, Jose Alvarado, Ashlyn Kong, Kong, , Tim Piechowski, Waymo, John Reynolds, Gavin Newsom, Mary Barra, Hyunjoo Jin, David Shepardson, Abhirup Roy, Richard Chang, Nick Zieminski Organizations: San, GM Bolt, REUTERS, General Motors, GM, California Public Utilities Commission, CPUC, Cruise, Capital Research, California's Department of Motor Vehicles, Thomson Locations: San Francisco, San Francisco , California, U.S, California, United States, Washington
In his first video, he addressed some "really shady" circumstances around Ng's case, including some comments by Chris Sharpe, the leader of the search-and-rescue team hired by Ng's family. Advertisement"Our desensitization to true crime, due to our constant consumption of media, means it's almost a challenge or a game to solve these puzzles," she said. The dark realityThough armchair sleuths can have their benefits, a lot of information shared about true crime can be misinformed, insensitive, or exaggerated. For example, in October, a man named Lawrence Crook begged TikTokers to stop making true crime content about his mom's murder. "What is interesting about the case of Nancy Ng is that this is a woman of Asian descent," she said.
Persons: Nancy Ng, isn't, TikTok, , Ng, TikTokers, Ed Choi, Chris Sharpe, Ng's, Sharpe, Choi, Christina Blazek, influencer Gabby Petito, Kendal Stoneystreet, Stoneystreet, Madeline McCann, Jack, David Wilson, Lawrence Crook, Odessa Carey, Crook's, Crook, Nancy Ng's, Gabby Petito's, Lauren Smith, Kourtney Nichole, GabbyPetito, TikToker, Arigato Grande Organizations: Service, Authorities, Independent, ABC7, Sheffield Hallam University, Guatemalan Locations: Lake Atitlán, Guatemala, Southern California
The analyst community (which forecasts individual stock earnings and prices) is also making estimates for 2024. Unfortunately, like their macroeconomic strategist brethren, Wall Street analysts also have a long history of being wrong on their forecasts. Since the S & P 500 rises in almost three out of four years, analysts are understandably a generally bullish group. There have been four years in the last 20 where the analyst estimates at the start of the year differed from the final estimates by a margin greater than 25%. No wonder the S & P 500 closed Friday at a new high for the year.
Persons: Bob, John Butters, FactSet, Morgan Housel Organizations: Wall Street
To use precise consumer data, advertisers now must work directly with the company that owns that data — like the retailer that knows what its customers bought or the media company that knows what its audience watched. Streamers including Netflix are building new ad businesses, while platforms like YouTube are trying to bolster their existing ad businesses with more content, such as live sports. "In a world of less data or worse data, whoever has the least-bad data wins," Brian Wieser, an advertising-industry analyst, told Business Insider. Even companies that aren't traditional retailers, such as Uber and Marriott, have kick-started ad businesses. The pandemic pushed the world to embrace streaming services.
Persons: Ana Milicevic, Brian Wieser, Sephora, Morgan Stanley, Milicevic, Neal Mohan, Vinny Rinaldi, Hershey's, Taylor, it's, Weiser, Wieser, influencers Organizations: Data, Apple, Sparrow Advisers, Walmart, Netflix, Companies, Retailers, Target, Marriott, Amazon, Major League Soccer, NFL, Columbia, Bose, YouTube, Advertising, Comcast, Hulu, Meta Locations: California, influencers
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Ten of the top albums of the year, as chosen by Associated Press Music Writer Maria Sherman. Instead of embracing the antiquated practice of ranking very different albums against one another, we're celebrating the best next to the best. Leading the charge is Peso Pluma, whose third studio album, “Génesis,” became the highest-charting regional Mexican album of all time. “Hackney Diamonds,” The Rolling StonesPrior to “Hackney Diamonds,” the Rolling Stones hadn’t released an album of original material in 18 years. AP's Jocelyn Noveck put it best: This album is their best new work in decades — tight, focused, full of heart and swagger.
Persons: Maria Sherman, “ Barbie, , Carín León, , Pluma, Olivia Rodrigo, Rodrigo, , Joan Didion, ” Rodrigo, “ Lucky, Megan Moroney Let’s, Morgan Wallen’s “, Luke Combs, Tracy Chapman’s, Megan Moroney, Taylor Swift, Charlie Watts, Andrew Watt, Post Malone, Justin Bieber, Lady Gaga, AP's Jocelyn Noveck, Raven, Kelela, Shaadi Devereaux, ” Karol G, reggaetón, Daddy Yankee, J Balvin, Rauw Alejandro, Karol G's, there's, Ojos, Shakira, It’s, Carlos Niño, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Kendrick Lamar’s, Arlo, Arlo Parks Organizations: ANGELES, Associated Press, banda, Tennessee, “ Hackney, Ojos Ferrari, Sun, Chicago, NFL, Carolinas, Locations: Mexican, Mexico, Kelela, Será, Puerto Rican, Panamanian, , New York, Colombian, “ Carolina, California, Sunbeams,
Indeed, studies show that drinking alcohol is less in vogue with younger millennials and Gen Z. Mounting concern around weight loss drugs GLP-1 drugs, which mimic the action of the glucagon-like peptide-1 hormone and stimulate insulin secretion after a meal, lower blood sugar and send feeling of fullness to the brain. What's more, GLP-1 drugs are an overwhelmingly American topic, with most Europeans unaware of them or unwilling to pay high prices. In total, GLP-1 users are only a very small slice of total alcohol consumers, said Spiros Malandrakis, lead alcohol industry researcher at Euromonitor International. The most vulnerable purveyors are those that are trailing the shift in consumption, notably domestic, non-premium beer brands.
Persons: Katie Pell, Pell, wasn't, millennials, Eli Lilly's Mounjaro, Goldman Sachs, Jason English, Nadine Sarwat, Bernstein, Sarwat, Spiros Malandrakis, , BUD YTD, who'd, Mickey Velado, Brian Sudano, Nell Healy, Healy, she's, Malandrakis, Ryan Brigden, Brigden, Sudano, Joseph Gabelli, Gabelli, Z, there's, it's, Garrett Nelson, They've, seltzer, Nelson, Molson Coors, Bud, he's Organizations: Gallup, Drugs, Nordisk's Ozempic, JPMorgan, CNBC, Euromonitor, Anheuser, Busch Inbev, Beverage Marketing, Constellation, Guinness, Corona, Heineken, Athletic Brewing Company, Heineken Holding, Carlsberg, Constellation Brands, Malandrakis, Beverage, Gabelli, Diageo, Molson Coors, Busch InBev, Molson, Anheuser Busch Locations: Brooklyn, U.S, GLP, imbibing, Angeles, Colorado, Washington, California, North Carolina, San Francisco Bay, Europe, British, Brazil, India
The Education Department released new details on its second attempt at debt relief. On Monday, the Education Department released updated regulatory text for its proposal to cancel student debt using the Higher Education Act of 1965. Advertisement"Student loans are supposed to be a bridge to a better life, not a life sentence of endless debt," Education Secretary Miguel Cardona said in a statement. AdvertisementWhile this plan for relief is more narrow than Biden's first attempt, many borrowers experiencing different forms of hardship hope they'll qualify. "I have to pay for my wife's car, plus food, plus utilities, plus the mortgage, plus the car payment," one 63-year-old borrower previously told Business Insider.
Persons: , Joe Biden's, Biden's, Miguel Cardona, who've, There's Organizations: Education Department, Service, Higher, Public, Department
That's the assessment from one venture capitalist, who recently tried ayahuasca for the first time. Investor Eddy Vaisberg, 33, told Business Insider ayahuasca could help founders gain better insights into themselves and others — and boost their creativity. It wasn't ayahuasca on its own that shifted Vaisberg's compass, he said. Evans, 46, got into the work after he first tried ayahuasca about a decade ago at a yoga studio in Brooklyn. AdvertisementThat was around the time he first tried ayahuasca.
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Liz Cheney said former President Trump has already tried to remain in office and would do so again. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . "I think that's a real problem, and I think that the challenge is to make sure that those people understand and recognize that a Trump vote is not acceptable," she said. "[T]hat choice can never be Donald Trump because a vote for Donald Trump may mean the last election that you ever get to vote in." Cheney sought renomination as the GOP nominee for her at-large seat in August 2022, but lost the primary to now-Rep. Harriet Hageman.
Persons: Liz Cheney, Trump, Cheney's, , Donald Trump, Savannah Guthrie, He's, Cheney, needling, Kevin McCarthy, California —, Adam Kinzinger, Joe Biden's, Harriet Hageman Organizations: Service, GOP, House Republican Conference, Capitol, Republican, Rep Locations: NBC's, Wyoming, United States
And I think that's just a testament to the world being really big and messy, and that these systems are still evolving, they're still really in their infancy. That may be a thing that's useful in your work, or maybe a thing that's useful in your life, or it may just be a fun thing – it may just be that you create a funny GPT and it's a cool thing to have. High-level, we always knew that we wanted to have a structure that, at its core, retained the original OpenAI – the OpenAI nonprofit. So that's the first thing to understand, I think, about OpenAI: It's not a normal company in that sense. We have shared that we have an initial board now, and expect to add more board membersWhat's the general mood like at the company right now?
Persons: OpenAI, Sam, Altman, Brad Lightcap, Lightcap, ChatGPT, OpenAI's, Bret Taylor, Larry Summers, Adam D'Angelo, Dev Day, DALL, we'd, doesn't, haven't, they've, – there's, There's, , We're, we've, Dev, It's, You've, Sam Altman, reappointment Organizations: CNBC, Fortune, Microsoft, ChatGPT Enterprise, OpenAI, OpenAI's Locations: San Francisco
Kim Elizabeth James wishes she waited until later to take on her first manager role. She was burned out and worried she wasn't working on her skills in a manager job in her 20s. AdvertisementWhen she was in her 20s, Kim Elizabeth James really wanted to move up to a manager role at the Australian company where she worked. James ended up leaving that manager role. Being a manager in her 20s versus her 30sWhen James was a manager in her 20s, she worried about having the time to keep her skills up to date.
Persons: Kim Elizabeth James, , James, I've, there's, doesn't Organizations: Service, Business
And while Wall Street is no stranger to AI and machine learning, recent advances in generative AI have opened up new possibilities. It's still early days, but hedge funds are investing in AI research, human capital, and technology to harness AI's potential and find an investing edge. Millennium Management and ExodusPoint recently hired AI leaders from Bloomberg and Balyasny Asset Management. The executives have worked on Wall Street, in Silicon Valley, and the upper echelons of academia. Here are 11 AI experts to know at some of Wall Street's biggest hedge funds
Persons: It's, ExodusPoint, aren't Organizations: Business, Millennium Management, Bloomberg, Balyasny, Management, Man Locations: Silicon Valley, Wall
download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementThe market volatility in the wake of the pandemic gave people visions of getting rich overnight, but true investing is a long-term play. As a result, a new market regime means new investing strategies will be necessary, James and Will write. Setting aside recency bias, it's been relatively easy to generate good returns in the market over the past 10 years. AI names may have commanded the market's attention lately, but another corner of the market is seeing impressive gains: stocks tied to digital assets.
Persons: , Liam Eisenberg, Insider's James Faris, Will Edwards, Let's, James, Will, Spencer Platt, that's, Arantza Pena Popo, bitcoin, Alyssa Powell, Prasad Kalyanaraman, Cybertruck, Elon Musk's Cybertruck, Jay, Tyra Banks, Blake Snell, Thomas Carlyle, I'd, Dan DeFrancesco, Naga Siu, Hallam Bullock, Lisa Ryan Organizations: Service, Business, Getty, Marathon Digital, Oxford Dictionary Locations: America, Europe, EU, New York City, San Diego, London, New York
The deal was expected to fail after Origin's largest shareholder, A$300 billion ($198 billion) pension fund AustralianSuper, said it would reject the A$9.39 per share offer. AustralianSuper owns about 17% of Origin, which was enough to block the bid. Origin already has plans to develop 4 gigawatts by 2030, and Chairman Scott Perkins reaffirmed that strategy, adding that the company was open to working with other investors. "The way we've seen the energy transition is there's been plenty of scope for third party capital to invest alongside Origin," Perkins told reporters after the vote. In its statement, AustralianSuper said it would be a willing capital partner for Origin as it "prepares to transition over the coming decades".
Persons: Dado Ruvic, AustralianSuper, Brookfield, Scott Perkins, Perkins, Scott Murdoch, Lewis Jackson, Alasdair Pal, Miral Organizations: Brookfield, REUTERS, SYDNEY, Origin Energy, EIG Partners, Thomson Locations: Brookfield, Australia's, Sydney
She's noticed a few things Japanese supercentenarians do which might contribute to their longevity. AdvertisementA longevity researcher who verifies the ages of supercentenarians, and whose great-grandmother lived to the age of 116, shared four aging secrets from the longest-living people in Japan. So, Yamamoto knows a thing or two about longevity, particularly what Japanese people with long lives have in common. Like in other Blue Zones, super-agers in Japan tend not to eat much meat and spend lots of time with family. "One thing I've noticed about Japanese supercentenarians and centenarians is that they're very disciplined and strict on themselves in terms of straight posture ," she said.
Persons: Yumi Yamamoto, She's, , Fusa Tatsumi, Shigeyo Nakachi, Yamamoto, LongeviQuest, Kane Taneka Organizations: Business, Service, LongeviQuest, Food and Drug Administration, Radio, Research Locations: Japan, Okinawa, what's
It's apparently the first time reporters have been invited to film video inside the space. NEW LOOK Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. The room is filled with shelves of 70 machines tasked with testing chips for new Apple products, according to CNBC. AdvertisementWhile this marks the first time a news outlet's film crew was allowed to film video inside the room, it's not be the first time the public has gotten a peek at Apple's chip-testing process. The S series powers Apple Watches, and H and W chips were made for AirPods, and U chips, which are used in AirTags, allow for communication between Apple products.
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But a recent rape allegation against Christian Ziegler undermines the principles they tout. Christian Ziegler, however, still showed up at the woman's apartment and raped her, the woman told Sarasota police, according to the Post. AdvertisementMeanwhile, the rape allegation against Christian Ziegler is a profound step away from the "pro-family" values his supporters have celebrated him for. An attorney for Christian Ziegler did not immediately respond to a request for comment sent during the weekend. A GOP power coupleFlorida GOP chairman Christian Ziegler greets former president Donald Trump at the Republican Party of Florida Freedom Summit.
Persons: Bridget Ziegler, Christian Ziegler, , Ziegler, Bridget, Bridget Ziegler's, Donald Trump, Joe Burbank, they've, Sen, Rick Scott, Florida's, Scott, John Stemberger, Stemberger, Ziegler's, Ron DeSantis, DeSantis, Gavin Newsom, Christian Zeigler, Spencer Roach, Roach Organizations: Service, Florida GOP, Liberty, Sarasota Police, Florida Center, Government, Washington Post, GOP, Republican Party of Florida Freedom Summit, Orlando Sentinel, Tribune, Getty Images, Florida Politics, Republican Party, Business, Gov, Central, Board, Disney, Sarasota County School, Republican Party of Sarasota, California Gov, Post, Associated Press Locations: Florida, Sarasota, Sarasota County, Iowa, Central Florida
MP Materials (MP.N), Lynas Rare Earths (LYC.AX) and other Western rare earths companies have struggled at times to deploy it due to technical complexities and pollution concerns. "The existing rare earths refining process is a nightmare," said Isabel Barton, a mining and geological engineering professor at the University of Arizona. Fannon and several U.S. politicians have called for Western governments to create central rare earths processing hubs, a plan already being pursued by Canada. In Saskatchewan, government scientists are working to launch their own rare earths processing technology after attempts to buy Chinese technology sputtered in 2020. "These new sources for rare earths are going to be paramount if we're going to reach global net zero targets," said Steve Schoffstall of the Sprott Energy Transition Materials ETF (SETM.O), which holds shares in several rare earths companies.
Persons: Isabel Barton, Michael Schrider, Ucore, Luisa Moreno, REETec, Robert Fox, Frank Fannon, Mike Crabtree, Crabtree, Steve Schoffstall, Ernest Scheyder, Veronica Brown, Claudia Parsons Organizations: International Energy Agency, University of Arizona, U.S . Air Force, Pentagon, Defense Metals, U.S . Department of Energy's, U.S . Department of Energy's Idaho National Laboratory, Saskatchewan Research Council, SRC, Ucore, Reuters, Thomson Locations: ALEXANDRIA, Louisiana, China, United States, U.S, American, Alaska, of New Orleans, British Columbia, South Africa, Florida, Norway, Massachusetts, U.S . Department of Energy's Idaho, Wyoming, Canada, Saskatchewan
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