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Business Insider 10/21/2019 08:17
A new investigation from revealed that third-party sellers are shipping expired food items to customers. CNBC scoured Amazon's site and found numerous examples of products such as , , and , which had complaints from customers about the items they received being stale or out-of-date. A spokesperson for Amazon told Business Insider that it has "proactive processes in place to ensure customers receive products with sufficient shelf life."
Business Insider 10/21/2019 08:02
addressed, for the first time, rumors that there is a rift between him and his older brother . Speaking on a new , Harry was asked if there was any truth to reports that they were no longer getting along. "We're certainly on different paths at the moment but I'll always be there for him and as I know he'll always be there for me," he said. Harry also spoke about unwanted media attention that the royal family face, making clear that he blames the press for his mother's death. "I will not be bullied into playing a game that killed my mum," he said. appeared to acknowledge the long-rumored rift between himself and his brother , saying they're "on different paths at the moment.".
Business Insider 10/21/2019 08:00
Bank of America is getting in on the that's roiled the industry and introduced a new wave of competitive pressure in recent weeks. Merrill Edge, the firm's online brokerage business, is scrapping commissions on unlimited stock, exchange-traded fund, and options trades to clients of all tiers of its preferred rewards program. But commissions aren't going to zero for everyone.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 07:52
A team of quantitative traders in London are training their algorithms to invest like Warren Buffett. Unlike many algorithmic trading funds that constantly buy and sell assets, Havelock London aims to identify undervalued businesses and invest for the long term, . "Traditionally, quants are a mile wide and an inch deep," founder and CEO Matthew Beddall told the newspaper.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 07:30
Boris Johnson will this week attempt to ram his Brexit deal through parliament as he quickly runs out of time to take Britain out of the EU by the EU's deadline of October 31. Johnson is slowly gaining support for his deal among opposition Members of Parliament after years of deadlock. However, there is little time to pass his deal through both houses of Parliament before the Brexit deadline. Johnson's opponents hope to scupper his deal through a series of amendments, most if not all of which, are set to fail. There remains a narrow window of opportunity for Johnson to keep his promise to allow the UK to leave the EU this month. The EU is preparing to delay Brexit until next year if Johnson fails. Boris Johnson will on Monday launch his att.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 07:14
Here is what you need to know. 1. . MPs are planning to push for a second referendum and attach a customs union to the prime minister's Brexit deal. 2. Tao Zhang, the International Monetary Fund's deputy managing director, warned growth could fall to 5.8% next year in an interview with CNBC. 3. David Marcus, who heads the Libra project for Facebook, told a banking seminar the group's main goal remained to create a more efficient payments system, but it was open to looking at alternative approaches for the currency token it would use. 4. WTO appeals judges said in July that the United States did not fully comply with a WTO ruling and could face Chinese sanctions if it does not remove tariffs on solar panels, wind towers, steel cylinders, and.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 07:08
about how even she doesn't always love working out. But the famously active former First Lady wrote that she's "always glad" she hit the gym afterwards, and she considers exercise to be a form of self-care. Earlier this year, Obama spoke about the importance of prioritizing your own health instead of putting everyone else first, particularly for women. . is a huge advocate for living an active lifestyle and she always appears to be strong, fit, and healthy. However, the author and former First Lady has admitted even she doesn't always love working out. Obama posted on Instagram of herself in the gym on Sunday wearing a black sports bra, leggings, trainers, and a cap, and performing a lunge while holding a weighted medicine ball above her he.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 07:00
Donald Trump is endangering America's status as global leader, according to Christine Lagarde. The outgoing head of the IMF and incoming head of the European Central Bank said the US president was hurting certainty in trade during a "60 Minutes" interview. She added that the trade war could "give a big haircut to the global economy.".
Business Insider 10/21/2019 06:28
US President Donald Trump on Saturday reversed his decision to host the G7 summit at his Trump National Doral Miami resort in Florida. Though he blamed the reversal on Democrats and the media, the switch was actually prompted by irate Republicans, sources told and . The decision to host the event at the resort, announced last Thursday, prompted accusations of corruption. . US President Donald Trump reversed his decision to host the G7 resort at his private golf club after being told that Republicans objected to the idea, an administration official. According to the official, the president spoke to conservative allies by telephone over the weekend and was told that Republicans are struggling to defend him on multiple fronts. He later announce.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 06:23
director defended movies after Francis Ford Coppola denounced the franchise. , Gunn wrote that superheroes were "simply today's gangsters" — a nod to "The Godfather" director. "... not everyone will be able to appreciate them, even some geniuses. And that's okay," he wrote. Coppola had called Marvel movies "despicable" after fellow director Martin Scorcese. A number of other actors and directors involved in the , , have since defended the franchise. director stood up for the after it faced criticism from veteran directors Martin Scorsese and Francis Ford Coppola. Gunn defended the franchise in featuring two of the most beloved characters from his own films: Groot and Rocket Raccoon. Read more:. "Many of our grandfathers thought all gangster m.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 06:17
The says she was warned not to pursue a relationship with Prince Harry when she met him back in 2016. Speaking in a new , Meghan Markle said her British friends told her not to date Harry "because the British tabloids will destroy your life.". Earlier this month, Markle announced plans to for publishing a private letter she wrote to her father. The duchess addressed this decision to speak out against the press, something she has avoided in the past because she was trying "to adopt this British sensibility of a stiff upper lip.". "But I think what that does internally is probably really damaging," she added. says her friends warned her against starting a relationship with Prince Harry when she met him back in 2016. Speaking in the ITV document.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 06:14
says he wasn't "deserving of the win" after beating Stan Wawrinka to secure his first ATP singles title in over two years. Murray produced a remarkable comeback to beat the Swiss at the European Open in Antwerp. The Scot afterwards broke down in tears. "I was getting bullied around the court and Stan was hitting a bunch of winners," Murray said, "It wasn't like I was deserving of the win.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 06:00
launched a public policy center in Washington, D.C., led by Obama administration alumnus Heather Higginbottom. The first project is lowering barriers to jobs for people with criminal backgrounds, and includes lobbying for specific policies and a $7 million investment in community organizations in several American cities. CEO Jamie Dimon, corporate responsibility head Peter Scher, and Higginbottom told Business Insider the center is the culmination of six years' worth of initiatives based on the idea that business should play a larger role in benefiting society. This article is part of Business Insider's ongoing series on . . JPMorgan Chase launched a public policy center in Washington, D.C. on Monday, and its first undertaking is advancing
Business Insider 10/21/2019 05:55
Michael Conlan is Ireland's next top boxer. The 27-year-old is a former two-time Olympian who lost at the 2016 Games in Rio because of. The man who benefited from the fix, Vladimir Nikitin, was awarded a win, but Conlan beat him so bad he couldn't even continue in the Olympics because of his injuries. Now, Conlan has a shot at retribution as he and Nikitin are booked in for a rematch at Madison Square Garden in New York in December. Conlan told us it is a fight he is diligently preparing for, using visualization techniques he has practised for years, together with the clever strategies his trainer Adam Booth is known for. For Conlan, it is personal, for his career and his legacy. . DUBLIN — In Rio de Janeiro three years ago, a young man's dr.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 05:48
Video appears to show a US Army vehicle being pelted with stones and rotten fruit in the Syrian border town of Qamishli as troops withdraw from the country. The video, posted by the Hawar News, a Kurdish agency linked to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) shows a US military vehicle reversing slowly down a road while two men throw what appear to be rocks at it. "Extraordinary scenes in Qamishli as withdrawing US force is pelted with stones and rotten fruit," Adam Harvey, a journalist for Australia's ABC News, said in a tweet. The video has emerged after US President Donald Trump's abrupt decision to pull US forces out of northeastern Syria, where they had been aiding in the fight against ISIS. . Video appears to show US troops on the Syrian.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 05:47
A tornado ripped through northern Dallas around 9:30 p.m. local time Sunday night. No serious injuries or deaths have been reported so far, but buildings have been completely destroyed. More than 145,000 households and businesses are experiencing power cuts, and schools have been shut down. Photos and videos show silhouettes of the tornado striking the city, and debris strewn everywhere. A tornado rammed through northern Dallas on Sunday night, collapsing buildings and cutting power to more than 145,000 households and businesses. The National Weather Service (NWS) of the tornado at 9:27 p.m. local time (10:27 p.m. EDT) on Sunday and has since continued to warn of severe thunderstorms and tornadoes in Texas and neighboring Arkansas. The torn.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 03:08
Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. took to Twitter to mourn the CEO and express their condolences to his friends and family over the weekend. . In a statement to , Google said that this software update will be rolled out "in the coming months." . Libra chief David Marcus said in a panel on Sunday that he cares most about "the mission" and that "there are a number ways to go about this," adding that Libra needed to "demonstrate a lot of agility," according to Reuters. . Dimon said that Libra is a "neat idea that'll never happen.". . Facebook deleted at least 14 groups where unlicensed and potentially dangerous medicines were promoted and sold, after Business Insider flagged them to the site. . South Dakota Senat.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 02:19
Lindsey Graham, one of President Donald Trump's staunchest allies in Washington, called the president a "handful" said he may change his mind on impeachment if new evidence of Trump's wrongdoing presents itself. Speaking to on Sunday, Graham said that he was openminded to supporting the impeachment process if more evidence comes out. "Show me something that is a crime," he told Axios.
Business Insider 10/21/2019 01:00
Microsoft and SAP announced a new partnership that would make it easier for the German software maker's customers to move to Microsoft Azure, the tech giant's cloud platform. The move highlights Microsoft's push to forge alliances with rivals in the enterprise software market as it competes with Amazon in the cloud. For SAP, the partnership creates new opportunities to offer its cloud software applications to existing and new customers. Microsoft and SAP just unveiled a new partnership that would make it easier for the German software maker's customers to move to the US tech giant's cloud platform. The move highlights Microsoft's push to strengthen its position against Amazon in the cloud, by forging alliances with rivals in the enterprise

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