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Business Insider 03/21/2019 23:48
HBO's hit series "Game of Thrones" has literally hundreds of named characters. That can be tough to keep up with over the course of seven seasons. INSIDER is here to help with a quick guide to all the people you need to know. With hundreds of characters, both dead and alive, "Game of Thrones" can be overwhelming when it comes to keeping everyone straight.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 23:27
New Zealanders from across the country observed a national moment of silence exactly one week after a shooting in Christchurch claimed the lives of 50 people . The two minutes of silence began at 1:32 p.m. local time on Friday, following the Muslim call to prayer, which was broadcast on television and radio stations around the country. Thousands of people gathered in Hagley Park for the prayers. The park is located directly across from the Al Noor mosque where 43 people were killed. Seven people were killed at the nearby Linwood mosque. See moving photos from the moment of silence. New Zealanders from across the country observed a national moment of silence exactly one week after a shooting in Christchurch claimed the lives of 50 people . T.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 23:15
Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and White House senior adviser, is under scrutiny from the House Oversight and Reform Committee, over his alleged use of the encrypted messaging app WhatsApp for official White House communication. Trump's daughter and White House adviser, Ivanka Trump, and two former White House officials are also part of the inquiry. Oversight Committee chairman Rep. Elijah Cummings is investigating violations of the Presidential Records Act as it pertains to Kushner's work in the White House. Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law and White House senior adviser, is under scrutiny from the House Oversight and Reform Committee, over his alleged use of the encrypted messaging app WhatsApp for of.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 20:37
President Donald Trump is confident the late Republican Sen. John McCain was not as admired among his supporters, and believes there will be no lasting consequences for his repeated attacks, according to a senior official cited in a Washington Post report. During a speech on Wednesday, Trump whined about having to give McCain "the kind of funeral that he wanted.".
Business Insider 03/21/2019 20:34
Silicon Valley investors are known for their business savvy, but not necessarily their fashion sense. A new site, called VC Starter Kit , lampoons what's seen as the tech investor uniform: You can buy a Patagonia sweater, Allbirds sneakers, and a handful of other stereotypically VC accessories like a Tesla keychain, all in a bundle. The website says all profits from starter kit purchases will be donated to AllRaise , a nonprofit dedicated to bringing more diversity into startup founders and investors. It's not known who made the site, or even if it's actually for real, so buyer beware. The best venture capitalists are known for their ability to look at all the very many tech startups out there and pick out winners like Facebook or Uber. The.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 19:36
Uber has chosen the New York Stock Exchange for its upcoming IPO, according to Bloomberg. The ride-hailing company is expected to publicly file for an IPO in April at a valuation that could hit as high as $120 billion. Meanwhile, Uber's rival Lyft is revving up its own IPO on the other major US exchange, the NASDAQ. Lyft is expected to start trading at the end of next week. The competition between Uber and Lyft has no bounds. Just days before Lyft is set to go public on the NASDAQ, Uber has chosen the rival New York Stock Exchange for its own forthcoming IPO, according to Bloomberg ,. Uber, which is reportedly expected to file publicly in April, could hit the public markets at a valuation as high as $120 billion.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 19:03
Harvard University is the oldest college in the US. The University of Delaware is one of the nation's oldest university's, according to the college. The. University of Alaska Fairbanks is among the youngest college's founded in the country. According to the US Department of Education, there are. more than 4,000 "degree-granting" institutions. in the country.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 18:49
Sasan Goodarzi stepped up as CEO of Intuit — the company behind products like Intuit and TurboTax — in January, replacing 11-year chief exec Brad Smith. Smith gets a ton of credit from parties inside and outside Intuit for helping the company successfully navigate to a largely cloud-based, subscription-based software model. To prepare to replace such a prominent figure, Goodarzi spent much of last year shadowing leaders like NFL legend Steve Young and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella , trying to glean their wisdom for how to be a strong leader. Now, Goodarzi says, his biggest challenge will be helping Intuit become an artificial intelligence company, the same way that Smith led Intuit to become a cloud company. Intuit has already begun working A.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 18:43
Amazon is letting marketers measure store traffic that comes from Facebook, which advertisers have been clamoring for. The e-commerce giant is also rolling out autoplay video features for stores and new metrics. As Amazon's ad business grows, it's been on a mission to prove that it can increase metrics that big brands care about like awareness and loyalty. As part of its ongoing effort to show brand marketers it can do more than crank out conversions, Amazon is starting to let brands track traffic that comes to their pages from Facebook. Amazon said in a blog post that it's rolling out new metrics and features for Stores, which are custom landing pages that brands like Coca-Cola, Maybelline and Bose use as mini branded websites to display a.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 18:37
President Donald Trump on Thursday said it's time for the US to recognize the Golan Heights, one of the globe's most disputed territories, as part of Israel. Trump tweeted, "After 52 years it is time for the United States to fully recognize Israel’s Sovereignty over the Golan Heights, which is of critical strategic and security importance to the State of Israel and Regional Stability!".
Business Insider 03/21/2019 18:16
Ashlyn Gentry is a managing director at Human Ventures Co. In this op-ed, she says that whether we want to or not, we're living in an "attention economy" — and that it's damaging us as a global community. To fix this, business must prove that it’s possible to be both profitable and ethical. You are worth trillions. Got your attention yet? Every time you pick up your phone, turn on a screen, or open an app, you are for sale.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 18:10
Insider Picks. writes about products and services to help you navigate when shopping online. Insider Inc. receives a commission from our affiliate partners when you buy through our links, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Friday, March 22 is World Water Day. If there's anything we can do to pay homage to that wonderful elixir of life that envelops the majority of our big blue planet, it's cut back on our plastic usage. Below is a roundup of all the ways we can (mostly) avoid plastics in our endless pursuit of hydrating our earthly wares. Read more: 9 cheap solutions for people who want to waste less and wean themselves off single-use items. With. roughly 9.2 billion tons of plastic. flowing into our oce.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 18:02
New fashion trends come out with the turn of every season — they then walk off the runway into stores and finally our closets. But just because something is on the runway doesn't mean it should be in your wardrobe. There have been countless fashion mishaps throughout the years, from poodle skirts to trucker hats. INSIDER turned to freelance stylist and former fashion market editor at V Magazine, Scott Shapiro, to help us dissect some of the very worst fashion trends that came out of the past century. In the 1910s, hobble skirts were all the rage, but we have no idea why.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 17:38
Target started as a department store in Minneapolis and stayed a regional chain for years. In the '60s and '70s, the company became a popular national retailer . From clothing to home goods, Target has always been a staple of great merchandise and great business. Target is known for its wide array of merchandise, cheap prices, and recognizable red color scheme. But many don't know that the popular retailer actually got its start in 1902 and stayed a regional chain for over 50 years.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 17:31
Torrid is currently selling a line of clothing inspired by " The Little Mermaid " to celebrate the film's 30th anniversary. The collection was created by Her Universe, a fashion brand that sells character-themed clothing and accessories . The mermaid -inspired line includes 16 different bathing suits, beach cover-ups, shirts, and leggings. Pieces from the collection range in price from $32.90 to $98.90, and are sold exclusively online . If you're looking for clothes that will help bring out your inner mermaid, Torrid might be the place to shop. The fashion retailer has released a line of summer attire inspired by the 1989 Disney film "The Little Mermaid."
Business Insider 03/21/2019 17:26
Thirty-three parents were indicted for paying up to $6.5 million in bribes to get their children admitted into top colleges in the recent college admissions scandal . Rick Singer, the alleged ringleader of the $25 million scam, claims the students involved did not know that their parents were negotiating behind closed doors to secure their admission. One attorney argues the students likely knew about the fraud, especially when it came to being recruited as an athlete for a sport they may never have even played. The wealth and fraud at display in the college-admissions controversy has stirred conversations about privilege and the flaws within the application process.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 17:18
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez suggested that the salaries for members of Congress should be increased to ease the financial burden on members and decrease the incentive to cheat. But according to an INSIDER poll, 55% of Americans actually think Congress should get a pay cut. Just 9% of people agree with Ocasio-Cortez and think lawmakers should get a raise. Studies show that increasing government official pay can decrease corruption. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the freshman Democrat who has taken Congress by storm, recently advocated for a salary bump for Congress.
Business Insider 03/21/2019 17:12
Tim Sweeney, the CEO of Epic Games , tells Business Insider that the success of "Fortnite" shows that there's no such thing as a "mobile gamer" or a "console gamer" anymore — there's just gamers. That's a big part of why the company this week launched Epic Online Services, which will let video game developers easily create games that include cross-play across PCs, consoles, and smartphones. Sweeney says that it's all based on tech that Epic came up with itself for "Fortnite," and indeed, the success of that game has allowed the company to reinvest in Unreal Engine and the Epic Games Store, businesses that serve outside developers. Epic is making a big push towards helping other developers succeed, pro bono, because Sweeney says what's good
Business Insider 03/21/2019 17:10
New Zealand's quick ban on "military-style semiautomatic weapons" announced Thursday drew a stark contrast to the years of stymied gun-control debates in the United States. Despite an alarming number of mass shootings across the country over the last several years, gun legislation remains rare at the federal level. There are three key reasons why a sweeping assault weapons ban like New Zealand's wouldn't work in the US — chief among them the powerful gun lobby that mobilizes voters and crushes even moderate gun-control proposals. New Zealand's swift, decisive ban on assault rifles on Thursday, just six days after a massacre in Christchurch , prompted immediate comparisons to years of painstaking gun-control debates in the United States that.

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