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I was going to invite you but since there would be kids there, I didn't think you'd enjoy it." It never occurred to me to exclude anyone based on age or whether or not they had kids, except at specifically adult-only events. Many people absolutely don't have kids on purpose, a completely personal and valid choice. Then, life happened, and kids didn't. AdvertisementI would trade none of these experiences for a kid-free life, even though they're not my own.
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On its own, the crime of "falsifying business records" in New York is considered a misdemeanor crime. AdvertisementNew York Supreme Court Justice Juan Merchan explained it clearly in his hourlong instructions to the jury on Wednesday morning. "What you're asking me to do is change the law, and I'm not going to do that," Merchan told Trump's legal team. On Truth Social, Trump posted quotes from Fox News host Jesse Watters, falsely claiming "the jury can pick whatever crime they want." "The other thing, the confusion is, nobody knows what the crime is, because there is no crime," Trump told reporters in the hallway outside the courtroom before he left.
Persons: , Donald Trump's, Stormy Daniels, Trump, Joshua Steinglass, Juan Merchan, Merchan, Justice Juan Merchan, Jane Rosenberg, Emil Bove, I'm, Trump's, Sen, Marco Rubio, Trump —, Jason Miller, Jesse Watters Organizations: Service, Trump, Business, New, Election, Republican, REUTERS, Fox News Locations: New York, Marco Rubio of Florida, Trump
Foot Locker surged Thursday after its quarterly earnings report showed signs that CEO Mary Dillon's turnaround plan is starting to pay off. At its highs of the session Thursday, Foot Locker was up nearly 32% before giving up some of those gains. That counts for something, especially when Foot Locker's stock entered Thursday down nearly 35% since the session before the March disaster. Encouragingly, Dillon told CNBC that Foot Locker and Kids Foot Locker saw positive comp-store sales. Foot Locker Why we own it: We are in Foot Locker for the turnaround.
Persons: Locker, Mary Dillon's, Dillon, Thursday's, Foot, Mary Dillon, Jim Cramer, Encouragingly, comps, Nike, we've, Jim Cramer's, Jim, Xavi Lopez Organizations: LSEG, CNBC, Nike, Holding, JD, Dick's Sporting Goods, Shoppers, Lightrocket, Getty Locations: Oregon, It's, Spain
When we don't get enough sleep, it can influence everything from how much money we make to our likelihood of developing dementia, heart disease, and diabetes. Researchers have found that stress is one of the strongest indicators of poor sleep. On top of that, the county struggles with poor health, another major contributor to poor sleep. In our analysis, we overlaid the CDC's sleep data with a CDC survey on mental health and found a 79% correlation between mental-health problems and poor sleep. In the food-services industry, people juggle inconsistent shifts and low pay that often requires taking on multiple jobs, and 40% of workers don't get enough sleep.
Persons: Tim Cook, Robinhood's Vlad Tenev, Gordon Ramsay, Drake, Michael Phelps, Mingo, It's, Johns Hopkins, isn't Organizations: Centers for Disease Control, South . Residents, CDC, Columbia, Johns Hopkins University, Graduate Medical Locations: South, West Virginia , Kentucky, Alabama, Mingo, West Virginia, Boulder County , Colorado, America, healthiest, Manhattan, San Francisco, Mississippi, . California, Florida
We asked seven pro investors to identify the best trades of their careers and explain how the lessons from those decisions still apply today. The CBOE Volatility Index, also known as the VIX, shot above 40, essentially meaning traders were betting that the stock market would be exceptionally rocky over the following month. Jeff Muhlenkamp, lead portfolio manager at Muhlenkamp & CompanyJeff Muhlenkamp Muhlenkamp & CompanyJeff Muhlenkamp's namesake Muhlenkamp Fund (MUHLX) has been in the top 3% of its category in the past half-decade, thanks to trades like one he pulled off on Chinese internet firm Baidu (BIDU). "I pretty much expected, 'OK, if I get a double out of this in five years, I'll be happy' — that's pretty decent money," Muhlenkamp said. He noted that industrials within the Russell Mid Cap value index have returned 116% over the previous five years.
Persons: , That's, Michael Burry, Warren Buffett, Berkshire, Rob Arnott, Tim Boyle, Arnott, I'd, Bob Elliott, Bob Elliott's, Elliott, Jeff Muhlenkamp, Jeff Muhlenkamp Muhlenkamp, Jeff Muhlenkamp's, Muhlenkamp, you've, Sona Menon, Cambridge Associates Sona Menon, Bryant VanCronkhite, Allspring Bryant VanCronkhite Allspring Bryant VanCronkhite, VanCronkhite, Russell, industrials, James Davolos, Davolos, George Patton, Harley Bassman, Harley Bassman's, Bassman, Merrill Lynch, I'm Organizations: Service, American Express, Business, Research, Bloomberg, Getty, Bridgewater Associates, Treasury, Securities, Muhlenkamp, Baidu, Google, North, Cambridge Associates, Allspring, Horizon Kinetics, Opportunities Fund, Credit Suisse Locations: industrials, West Africa, New York City, Guinea
China's large-scale military exercises surrounding Taiwan last week "looked like a rehearsal" for an invasion, the US' top officer in the Pacific said. Related storiesIn the aftermath of the exercises, US lawmakers and officials have been responding with clear shows of support for Taiwan. The US would be dependent on Japan's bases to threaten a Chinese threat to Taiwan, as President Joe Biden has vowed. Taiwan's army held a military exercise following China's large-scale joint military drill around Taiwan on May 23, 2024. TAIWAN Military News Agency, Ministry of National Defense, R. O. C. / HANDOUTLast week's exercises weren't the first time China has held provocative exercises around Taiwan.
Persons: Adm, Samuel Paparo, Paparo, Joe Biden, Michael McCaul, McCaul, Nancy Pelosi, Party's Lai Ching, Tsai Ing Organizations: Service, Business, Pacific, Japan's Nikkei, TAIWAN Military News Agency, Ministry of National Defense, Democratic Locations: Taiwan, Beijing, US, China, United States, Taiwan's, Japan
AdvertisementIn addition to his eBay store, Richard owns a vintage clothing store, The Spot, in Coral Springs, Florida. Advertisement"The customer for a Tommy Bahama shirt is totally different from a customer that wants a Nike skateboard shirt," he said. For example, if you're selling a Tommy Bahama shirt, don't just title your listing "Tommy Bahama shirt," he said. "If your title says 'Tommy Bahama Shirt Purple Monkey Dishwasher,' nobody is ever going to search that," he said. So every single time a customer searches 'Tommy Bahama Hawaiian Shirt,' I show up; 'Tommy Bahama Camp Shirt,' I show up.
Persons: , Richard, he's, Richard S, It's, Tommy Bahama, Bahama, Tommy Bahama Camp, that's, I'm, I've Organizations: Service, CVS, Circuit, Business, eBay, BI, Nike Locations: Coral Springs , Florida, South Florida
The job-search site analyzed jobs using growth in the share of postings, pay, and experience. Sign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . Those three jobs were among the 15 hottest entry-level positions per a post from the job-search site Indeed. This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers.
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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.
Persons: , Matt Ng, there's, we'd, we've, might've, weren't, Let's, that's Organizations: Service, Business
Read previewA Cybertruck delivery ended up a bit bloody, a Tesla owner wrote in a forum post. The Tesla owner posted on the Cybertruck Owner's Club that he had been anxiously awaiting the arrival of his vehicle. AdvertisementBut they weren't enough to deter the Tesla owner from enjoying his new ride. He still managed to wash off his wrist, wrap it up, and complete delivery, the owner wrote. "I unwrapped my wrist and BOOM - spurts of blood all over the kitchen island…" the owner wrote on the forum.
Persons: , there's, Tesla, Heck, it's, chuckled Organizations: Service, Business
Former OpenAI board member Helen Toner, who helped oust CEO Sam Altman in November, broke her silence this week when she spoke on a podcast about events inside the company leading up to Altman's firing. Toner also said Altman did not tell the board he owned the OpenAI startup fund. Within a week, Altman was back and board members Toner and Tasha McCauley, who had voted to oust Altman, were out. In March, OpenAI announced its new board, which includes Altman, and the conclusion of an internal investigation by law firm WilmerHale into the events leading up to Altman's ouster. "The review concluded there was a significant breakdown of trust between the prior board and Sam and Greg," OpenAI board chair Bret Taylor said at the time, referring to president and co-founder Greg Brockman.
Persons: Helen Toner, CSET, Vox, Sam Altman, OpenAI, Toner, Altman, Sam, Ilya Sutskever, Jan Leike, Anthropic, OpenAI's, Sutskever, Tasha McCauley, Adam D'Angelo, WilmerHale, Greg, Bret Taylor, Greg Brockman, Taylor Organizations: The Ritz, Carlton, Twitter, OpenAI, Microsoft, Street Locations: Laguna Niguel, Dana Point , California
An American Eagle Outfitters store in New York, US, on Monday, May 27, 2024. American Eagle Outfitters Inc. is scheduled to release earnings figures on May 29. American Eagle on Wednesday said it's making gains in boosting profitability as it works to improve its product assortment and tweak operations. During the fiscal first quarter, American Eagle grew its gross margin by 2.4 percentage points. It recently implemented a new store design for American Eagle, which is "outpacing the balance of the chain," said Foyle.
Persons: it's, Mike Mathias, Jennifer Foyle, Foyle, we've Organizations: American Eagle Outfitters, American Eagle Outfitters Inc, Wall, LSEG, Eagle, Finance, CNBC, Federal Reserve Locations: New York
American Airlines planes sit at the gate at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in Los Angeles, California, on July 26, 2023. Isom said American is weighing changes to a plan Raja led to drive direct bookings at the airline in lieu of third-party sites and travel agencies, a strategy that included gutting the airline's sales department. The changes angered some travel agencies who weren't able to access some of the carrier's fares as before, making it harder for some agencies to sell tickets on American flights. Raja said last month that the airline's corporate booking growth was coming in behind big rivals Delta and United . American in February said it would limit some travel agency bookings from being eligible to earn AAdvantage frequent flyer miles.
Persons: Robert Isom, Vasu Raja, Isom, Raja, We've, We're Organizations: Airlines, Los Angeles International Airport, American Airlines, Delta Locations: Los Angeles , California
Read previewThe turbulence on the deadly Singapore Airlines flight last week was so severe that the plane dropped 178 feet in just four seconds, investigators say. The report details just how suddenly the plane experienced a catastrophic drop, one of the worst turbulence incidents in recent history. The pilots reacted by disengaging the autopilot and manually stabilizing the aircraft for about 20 seconds before re-engaging the autopilot, investigators said. According to the report, the entire incident, from slightly rough air to deadly turbulence, lasted just one minute and two seconds. According to the investigators' report, once the pilots learned that passengers were injured, they diverted the flight to Bangkok.
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White House to support new nuclear power plants in the U.S.
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The White House on Wednesday plans to announce new measures to support the development of new U.S. nuclear power plants, a large potential source of carbon-free electricity the government says is needed to combat climate change. And a new tool will help developers figure out how to cut capital costs for new nuclear reactors. No new U.S. nuclear plants are currently being built. Vogtle is now the largest U.S. source of clean energy, the White House said. Nuclear energy accounts for about 19% of U.S. power generation, compared with 4% for solar and 10% for wind.
Persons: weren't, Joe Biden's, Ali Zaidi, Critics, Biden Organizations: Westinghouse, Toshiba, White House, Department of Energy, Army, The Department of Energy, U.S Locations: Waynesboro , Georgia, U.S, Biden's, Russia, United States, Georgia
But the business experience in the retail health clinic space has largely disappointed. Walmart and the problem of volume vs. priceIn 2019, Walmart announced a bold initiative to open 4,000 in-store health clinics by 2029. "Primary health care is a low margin business," said Arielle Trzcinski, a principal analyst covering health care at research firm. "Compared to what they see in traditional retail, health care is a fundamentally different business," Trzcinski said, citing the challenges of navigating insurance companies and administrative burdens that health care brings. In-store health clinics can be profitable and viable, and retailers are experimenting with piecemeal approaches tailored to the local market.
Persons: Bobbi Radford, Radford, haven't, CVS's MinuteClinic, Karla Lemon, CVS's, I've, That's, Timothy Hoff, Hoff, didn't, Colleen Sanders, Sanders, Arielle Trzcinski, Forrester, Trzcinski, America Sanders, Virgil Brantz, Brantz Organizations: CVS, Walmart, Walgreens, Northeastern University, Insurance, Washington , D.C, Aetna, Retailers, Washington, Hartford HealthCare, Health Clinic, Arizona State University, Little Clinics, Kroger Locations: Batavia , Ohio, VillageMD, Southern California, New England, Conway , South Carolina, Washington ,, MinuteClinic, USA, America, Connecticut, Hartford, Phoenix, Atlanta, Little
Read previewNearly every time I mentioned my impending move to Arkansas, I was asked, "Why there?" It was a curious choice, especially considering I was leaving bustling and lively Austin for Fayetteville, Arkansas, a city known for little more than historical monuments and college football. After all, the cost of living in the Texas city was rapidly rising and we craved more adventure and outdoors than Austin's manicured parks and overcrowded campsites could offer. Related storiesAnd maybe Arkansas wasn't that big of a jump, anyway. In the end, we left Arkansas after 15 months and moved to a small city near the Wasatch Mountains in Utah.
Persons: , Alisha McDarris, we'd, honked, isn't, Jason Cameron Organizations: Service, Business, Arkansas Council, Arkansas Razorback, Getty Locations: Arkansas, Austin, Fayetteville , Arkansas, Northwest Arkansas, Texas, Atlas, Bentonville, Utah, Our Arkansas
Sam Altman is vowing to give most of his money away. The OpenAI CEO and his partner, Oliver Mulherin, recently signed the Giving Pledge. download the app Email address Sign up By clicking “Sign Up”, you accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy . AdvertisementFresh off of hitting billionaire status earlier this year, Sam Altman is vowing to give away most of his wealth. The OpenAI CEO and his partner, Oliver Mulherin, recently signed the Giving Pledge.
Persons: Sam Altman, Oliver Mulherin, Altman, Organizations: Forbes, Bloomberg, Service
Read previewThis weekend my family went to the movies, twice. This past holiday weekend was the worst Memorial Day showing Hollywood has seen in decades, with ticket sales down a staggering 40% from last year. One thing Hollywood is very good at is generating explanations for a flop — or in this case, multiple flops. (I paid $44.76 for the two Furiousa tickets I bought over the weekend at my local Alamo Drafthouse. I don't think movies or movie theaters are going away.
Persons: , Max, Matthew Ball, Barbie, Oppenheimer, Tom Rothman Organizations: Service, Garfield, Hollywood, Business, Sony
AdvertisementPivoting from reselling electronics to clothingWhile Richard was making enough reselling electronics to scrape by, "the cash flow was very tight." AdvertisementStill, he called his eBay store Technsports. "You have to put up great items with a great listing, and eBay and the customers will reward you." "I will always have an eBay store. He also plans to grow the YouTube channel he started in 2023 to help other people make money selling on eBay.
Persons: , Richard S, Richard, I've, It's, Ralph Lauren, Gucci, I'm, Louis Vuitton, Richard's, Technsports, he's Organizations: Service, Circuit, Business, eBay, Craigslist, Sidekicks, Buffalo Bills, Salvation Army, Nike, Louis, BI Locations: Ft, Lauderdale, Coral Springs
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 .
Labeling this as a 10-minute sandwich makes it seem deceptively low-effort, but I still enjoyed it. In total, I spent a little under $50 to make the sandwich. In addition, Ramsay didn't really give exact timing for each step, so it was hard to know when things were "done." Each ingredient in Ramsay's steak sandwich added a delicious pop of flavor, and it wasn't as expensive to make at home as I'd anticipated. I spent a little under $50 for all the ingredients and had plenty left over for additional tries.
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This as-told-to essay is based on a transcribed conversation with Noland Arbaugh, Neuralink's first human patient to receive its brain-chip implant. I wasn't scared going into the surgery to get Neuralink's implant inserted in January. I know it's a long day, but it's fun for me, so it doesn't really feel like work. I didn't know what I was doing for a few months and didn't feel like I was being very productive. AdvertisementSince getting Neuralink's implant inserted in January, the quality of my life has improved significantly.
Persons: Noland Arbaugh, It's, I've, that's Organizations: Service, Bluetooth Locations: Maryland
Growing up, my dad was often mistaken for my grandad due to his gray hair and 15-year age gap with my mom. I had copied my parents' marriage and chosen to be with a much older man. When Lara Gibson realized she had married an older man just like her mom, it helped her understand her parents better. I got over it, and our relationship helped me understand my parents betterTime showed me that just because it's unconventional doesn't mean it isn't right for us. It's also helped me better understand my parents' relationship.
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According to Eurostat, the EU statistical office, the average Croatian leaves their parents' home at over 33 years of age, its highest figure. Joshua Zitser/Business InsiderIn the US, almost everyone has moved out by then. Joshua Zitser/Business InsiderWhile tourism brings economic opportunities for Vukovic and many others, he says it has also worsened the already dysfunctional housing market. But in parts of Dubrovnik, Vukovic explained, that's not feasible. Joshua Zitser/Business InsiderFor Josip Crncevic, 34, prices feel far out of reach.
Persons: , Joshua Zitser, Malohodžić, Ivan Vukovic, Vukovic, Filip Brkan, that's, Josip Crncevic, Crncevic, homeownership, it's, he'd, Marija, Sanja, Angelo, Cikato, Diana Marlais, Bogdan Dascalescu, wouldn't Organizations: Service, Croatian, Business, Eurostat, BI, UNESCO, Heritage, King's, Real Estate Business Association of, Croatian Chamber Locations: Dubrovnik's, Croatia, Dubrovnik, Independence, HBO's, Dubrovnik's suburbs, Marija
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