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This Formula Will Make You Happier At Work and at Home in 2018  

A formulafor wellbeing that will makeyou happier at work and at home in 2018

2017-12-17 03:15:57
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Hollywood's executives forming task force to fight sexual harassment  

They've appointed a well-known figure to run the commission: Anita Hill

2017-12-16 23:26:21
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More (Yes, More) Allegations Against Judge Kozinski. Reading Them Will Make You Feel Gross.  

The prominent judge also lawyers up.

2017-12-16 21:36:22
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More than $600,000 spent on police gear for pipeline protests: report  

The equipment ultimately made up a small share of the $35 million in policing costs associated with the pipeline

2017-12-16 20:23:59
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Evolving Trends in Social Media Shopping  

The social shopping experience is budding with the tremendous increase in social media users and their convenient ways to initiate purchases from brand pages.

2017-12-16 17:35:22
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The Hard Work and Hustle Before Crazy Valuations and Exits  

I interview Appcues co-founder Jonathan Kim to learn how the moves he made early on helped him bring Appcues to life.

2017-12-16 16:50:56
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9 Things Investors and Savers Will Love About Tax Reform  

The president is expected to sign the tax reform bill into law after the House and Senate vote next week. Here are nine things that look good for investors under the coming reform.

2017-12-16 15:55:39
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20 Fresh Stock Buybacks Could Send $100 Billion Back to Shareholders  

With the passage of tax reform looking almost certain, and with companies continuing to prove that all-time highs in the market will not hurt spending cash on share buybacks, the continuation of...

2017-12-16 14:45:28
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Top 8 News Stories Affecting the Housing Market in 2017  

Here are the eight major news stories of 2017 that had a major impact on U.S. housing markets and how they could play out in the new year.

2017-12-16 14:20:57
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Dividend Hike Helps Boeing Retain Position as Top DJIA Stock  

Boeing spent another week at the top of the list of best performing Dow stocks in 2017. Shares added almost 3% to the stock's year-to-date rise following some good news and some less-good news.

2017-12-16 14:10:50
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General Electric Holds On as 2017's Worst DJIA Stock  

General Electric maintained its bottom rank last week as the worst performing stock for the year to date even though the shares added about 1% by Friday's closing bell.

2017-12-16 14:05:19
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Uber used former CIA officers posing as businessmen to collect trade secrets and other intel, explosive letter claims  

REUTERS/Adnan Abidi There are a lot of explosive claims in a recently unsealed letter written by a lawyer for a former Uber intelligence manager. One claim is that Uber contracted with ex-CIA operatives to bug hotels, infiltrate WhatsApp groups, and obtain sensitive information.  In one example cited in the letter, these operatives were able to record executives at a competitor holding a business meeting at a hotel reacting to news that Uber had receieved billions in funding from the

2017-12-16 13:56:09
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2017 Data Breaches Over 1,250, Up 20% Year Over Year  

The number of data breaches reported to the Identity Theft Resources Center so far in 2017 is 20% higher than the total for the same period last year.

2017-12-16 13:45:09
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Inflammatory letter sheds light on Uber's alleged misconduct  

Former Uber security specialist accused the company of dispatching a team of spies to steal its rivals' trade secrets and using shady tactics to thwart its competition, according to a letter

2017-12-16 13:43:45
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The 9 audiobooks everyone listened to in 2017  

Brad Barket/Getty Images for DJ D-Nice If you've got a long drive or flight ahead of you for the holidays, you might be in search of the right audiobook to get you through your travels. A list compiled by Amazon-owned audio book retailer Audible might help with your decision. Audible compiled its list by looking at the most listened-to books of 2017. These are the audiobooks that listeners listened to the most — as opposed to simply looking at the most downloaded titles. Readers' l

2017-12-16 13:43:00
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One NFL team executive reportedly called the Carolina Panthers' investigation of their own owner 'a total scam'  

Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images The Carolina Panthers released a statement saying "allegations of workplace misconduct" have been made against owner Jerry Richardson. The investigation is being conducted by an independent law firm, but is being led by one of the team's minority owners. One opposing general manager called the investigation "a total scam." The Carolina Panthers released a statement on Friday evening announcing that an investigation had been launched after "allegations of workp

2017-12-16 13:39:27
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Could Disney Buyout of Fox Cost 10,000 Jobs?  

As usual when two companies in the same businesses merge, job cuts follow, due to "synergies." At Disney and Fox, this could be to the tune of 10,000 jobs.

2017-12-16 13:35:47
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Nelson Peltz on Procter & Gamble Board: What It Means for Board, Management  

Even without a board seat, Nelson Peltz would continue to pressure for change. So, the Procter & Gamble board has decided to get rid of him, ironically, by allowing him to join their numbers.

2017-12-16 13:14:00
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3 ways to accomplish more by doing less  

Greg McKeown's book "Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less" outlines how doing just the essential tasks can help you work better.  The key to doing less — but doing it well — is reevaluating your priorities.  Focus on getting just five things done in a day. Don't let little distractions that pop up prevent you from achieving those five things. Learning to say no is crucial to this strategy. We've talked about the importance of entrepreneurs se

2017-12-16 13:05:00
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Oil executives are panicking over the threat of electric cars  

Reuters/Shamil Zhumatov Oil executives are getting more worried about the prospect of the widespread availability to electric cars. As countries like China and others in Europe begin to phase out liquid fuels, the demand for electric vehicles will spike. Up to 70% of oil consumption is as a transportation fuel. As electric cars start to fade out diesel vehicles, this move will cause a titanic shift. Refiners and oil executives are beginning to look at the threat that electric cars

2017-12-16 13:00:00
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POLL: Majority of Trump voters would support him even if he colluded with Russia  

Reuters/Jorge Silva A recent poll reveals that a majority of Trump voters wouldn't care even if the Trump campaign's collusion with Russia is proven true. Surveys also show that a majority of respondents believe the Trump-Russia collusion accusations. The left-leaning Public Policy Polling surveyed 862 voters, although it should be noted that 43% of respondents were democrats while just 33% were republicans. A majority of President Donald Trump's supporters believe he should continue

2017-12-16 12:49:40
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Bankers on the Disney-21st Century Fox deal are set to make a $150 million payday (DIS, FOXA)  

Alberto Saiz/AP Images Disney is buying Fox's film studio and a large chunk of its television production assets for $52.4 billion. Bankers orchestrating the megadeal could earn more than $150 million. After months of intrigue and rumors, Disney announced Thursday it has a deal to buy 21st Century Fox's film and TV assets for $52.4 billion, the latest in a flurry of megadeals in the back half of the year.  Bankers representing the two media conglomerates are set to earn another gia

2017-12-16 12:45:00
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17 Books Which Make Great Gifts  

Whether you're looking for the perfect gift, or need inspiration yourself, these books come highly recommended by executives who thrive on self-improvement.

2017-12-16 12:43:46
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This Famous Airline Made One Family's Life So Much Happier With an Incredible Gesture  

Yes, airlines can be a force for good. At least sometimes.

2017-12-16 12:41:47
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Why you need to see 'Lady Bird' — the best-reviewed movie of all time on Rotten Tomatoes  

A24 Writer-director Greta Gerwig crafts an authentic high school movie with "Lady Bird." The movie isn't just becoming a box-office hit, but is the best-reviewed movie of all time on Rotten Tomatoes. A big reason for that is the performance by Saoirse Ronan, who delivers a role that is one of the best ever in the coming-of-age genre. Greta Gerwig has gone from one of indie film’s most sought-after actresses to now being one of its rising directors. Her first solo directing effor

2017-12-16 12:41:00
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One group of traders has risen to dominate bitcoin trading  

REUTERS/Yuriko Nakao Japanese men in their 30s and 40s are driving the cryptocurrency market.  They overtook their Chinese counterparts after regulators started to shut down exchanges.  Many Japanese retail traders are engaged in leveraged trading, using borrowed funds, and a survey showed that they are generally less financially literate than their US counterparts.   Japanese men in their 30s and 40s are the biggest drivers of the bitcoin boom.  Forty percent of

2017-12-16 12:39:00
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5 ways to reignite the passion in a tired relationship  

New Line Passion sometimes fades as relationships progress — but it's possible to lure it back. Researchers and therapists have a bunch of simple strategies for reestablishing intimacy. Those strategies include trying something new and finding reasons to laugh together. Passion comes and goes in every relationship. The key is not freaking out when you experience a dip — and knowing that you can reignite the proverbial spark that drew you to one another early on. Read on fo

2017-12-16 12:30:00
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Uber secretly recorded phone calls with its employees without their permission, explosive letter claims  

Money Sharma/AFP/Getty Images There are a lot of explosive claims in a recently unsealed letter written by a lawyer for a former Uber intelligence manager. One claim is that Uber secretly recorded "listening session" calls that were supposed to be anonymous.  Uber conducted over 200 "listening sessions" in response to a blog post by former engineer Susan Fowler which alleged sexual harassment at the company.  A recently unsealed letter written by a lawyer for a former Uber inte

2017-12-16 12:28:41
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Citigroup's new managing-director list is out — here are the investment bankers and traders who just got promoted (C)  

Thomson Reuters Citigroup just announced a new class of 120 managing directors in its Institutional Clients Group. "A promotion to Managing Director is a career-defining accomplishment and each of these individuals makes a remarkable, differentiated contribution to Citi, fulfills our Leadership Standards and embodies our Mission of Progress," Jamie Forese, CEO of the Institutional Clients Group at Citigroup, said in a memo. The Institutional Clients Group includes, among other operations

2017-12-16 12:15:00
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This week in the Trump-Russia investigation — Republicans sour on Mueller, Rosenstein testifies, and the White House chimes in on anti-Trump texts  

Andrew Harnik/AP A chorus of Republicans continued to question the the credibility of special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe this week amid reports that two former investigators sent text messages critical of President Donald Trump during the 2016 campaign. In August, Mueller ousted Peter Strzok —a veteran counterintelligence agent who was among those overseeing the Hillary Clinton email investigation — and relegated him to the human-resources department. Following r

2017-12-16 12:11:06
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America's small businesses haven't been this pumped up since the 'roaring Reagan economy'  

Ronald Reagan Presidential Library The NFIB's measure of small business optimism reached its highest level in 34 years in November. A handful of more specific indexes also climbed to record or near-record levels. A measure of US small business optimism hit its highest level since 1983 last month, according to a National Federation of Independent Business survey released Tuesday. The index gained 3.7 points in November, a big jump from the near-record performance seen in the previous mo

2017-12-16 12:09:00
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The mysterious lives of the 3 kids who are believed to be Kim Jong Un's  

KCNA via KNS/AP Images North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un is believed to have three children with his wife Ri Sol-ju. There are few details on the kids, but they're believed to be between the ages of 10 months and 7 years old. The eldest child is believed to be a boy who is expected to one day succeed Kim. Like much of North Korea, the personal and family life of its dictator Kim Jong Un is shrouded in secrecy. Little is known about his wife, Ri Sol-ju, and even less is known about the

2017-12-16 12:00:00
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'Supermalaria' is on the way  

Reuters Scientists are worrying that a deadly strain of malaria is spreading quickly across the world from Southeast Asia. Simultaneously, Congress may cut 44% of malaria prevention funding which could lead to a dramatic increase in malaria deaths. Malaria is constantly changing and has grown resistant to different forms of treatment over the years. Malaria eradication is a tough task but malaria treatment and research must continue to be funded to keep it a goal.   There has be

2017-12-16 12:00:00
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Bitcoin bull Tom Lee has identified 12 stocks that are perfect if you don't want to own it (GBTC, MGTI, GROW, HIVE.CN, DCC.AU, NVDA, AMD, CME, CBOE, OSTK, GS, SQ, XBT)  

Fundstrat Bitcoin is still too risky for many investors with a lot of money at stake.   But there's a handful of stocks that stand to benefit from bitcoin and the underlying blockchain technology, according to Tom Lee, a strategist at Fundstrat and one of the most prominent advocates for the cryptocurrency. The basket of 12 stocks he recommended in a note Friday has gained 136% this year. That's more than the S&P 500's 18% rally, but is dwarfed by bitcoin's 1,588% rise.&nbs

2017-12-16 11:45:00
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The one book every student should read in 2018, according to Harvard professors  

Pablo Blazquez Dominguez / Stringer / Getty Images Harvard University professors constantly read and assign texts to their students. So they know a good book when they see one. With that in mind, Business Insider asked professors at Harvard to share the single book they think every student should read in 2018. The professors include Nobel laureates, scientists, economists, and Pulitzer Prize winners. The books they chose were as diverse as their professional backgrounds. Read

2017-12-16 11:45:00
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Roy Moore still refuses to concede — and he asked supporters to donate to an 'election integrity fund' to find voter fraud  

Joe Raedle/Getty Images Former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore told supporters on Friday that the race is "not over."  He is collecting donations to investigate incidents of voter fraud.  Despite calls from various GOP leaders, including President Donald Trump, to concede the race to his Democratic opponent Doug Jones, Moore remains defiant.  Former Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore asked supporters on Friday for donations towards an "election integrity fund" that wo

2017-12-16 11:43:53
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One of Trump's most vocal critics in the Senate has quickly turned into one of his best friends — and people are shocked  

Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham and President Donald Trump appear to be great friends now. They did not used to be. The two have been golfing more often, and Graham has recently taken to defending or sticking up for the president when previously, he was much more antagonistic. Perhaps nothing helped better illustrate the about-face Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham has taken in his relationship with President Donald Trump than a comment he made about the media

2017-12-16 11:42:09
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A professor of medicine explains why he hasn't quit diet soda — but never drinks the regular kind  

Shutterstock It's impossible to directly compare the health effects of diet and regular soda, since we have far more research on the regular kind. The studies we do have suggest regular soda is linked with obesity and weight gain, while diet soda hasn't been strongly tied to any negative health outcomes. For that reason, Aaron Carroll, a pediatrician and professor of pediatrics, says it's fine to drink diet soda occasionally — but never the regular varieties.   Just how ba

2017-12-16 11:30:00
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Someone is selling a 'spectacular' penthouse in Miami — but they're only accepting bitcoin  

Shutterstock A penthouse in Miami is selling for the equivalent of about $547,000.  The seller is only accepting bitcoin.  Bitcoin has surged more than 1,500% this year.    For 33 bitcoins, this "spectacular" penthouse in Miami could be yours. That was the equivalent of about $547,000 on Wednesday.  The one bedroom, 1.5 bathroom apartment is listed on a number of real estate portals including Redfin, Remax, and Coldwell Banker. "PRICE? ONLY ACEPTI

2017-12-16 11:29:00
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What 11 entrepreneurs and execs would tell their 24-year-old selves  

The Oracles In hindsight, some life lessons weren't obvious at the time. Fortunately, you can glean wisdom from these 12 top entrepreneurs and members of The Oracles on your path to success.1. Be ready to run a marathon. The Oracles Gary Vaynerchuk, founder and CEO of VaynerMedia (700+ employees with over $100 million in annual revenue), NYT-bestselling author, and mentor on "Planet of the Apps": I'd tell my 24-year-old self: "Look, you've chosen long-term marathon

2017-12-16 11:28:00
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Home prices in Canada are falling, and some homeowners could be in serious trouble  

Flickr / Sue Richards With Canada's home prices no longer guaranteed to soar, and with debt at record levels and growing, households are exposed to higher rates.  The Bank of Canada has raised rates twice this year by a quarter point each time.  But even these tiny baby steps push up mortgage costs for Canadian households.    How exposed are over-indebted household to rising interest rates? Household debt in Canada rose to a new record of C$2.11 trillion in the th

2017-12-16 11:20:00
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What Made These 5 People YouTube Stars  

Success may not be complicated as we make it out to be.

2017-12-16 11:20:00
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A $200 billion quant fund says one of the biggest concerns about how companies will spend their tax savings is overblown  

Reuters / Kevin Lamarque AQR Capital Management, a quantitative-focused hedge fund overseeing $208 billion, seeks to dispel what it sees as the four biggest myths associated with corporate share repurchases. The firm argues that companies using cash to repurchase stock doesn't hinder economic growth, as has been suggested in recent weeks. One of the arguments against Republicans' proposed tax cuts has been that companies will use excess capital to simply buy back their own shares. To h

2017-12-16 11:15:00
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A day in the life of a power real estate broker who sells penthouses worth millions  

Sarah Jacobs/Business Insider Leonard Steinberg is a New York City-based real estate broker and a president at Compass. Working mostly with units inside luxury buildings, Steinberg has been responsible for over $3 billion in transactions throughout his career. We followed Steinberg for a day to find out just what his work entails.   Compass President Leonard Steinberg has been responsible for more than $3 billion in transactions in his career as a real estate broker. Luxury buil

2017-12-16 11:15:00
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A psychologist explains how birth order affects your chances of success  

Clinical psychologist Joseph Burgo Ph.D., author of Why Do I Do That?: Psychological Defense Mechanisms and the Hidden Ways They Shape Our Lives, explains how birth order affects your chances of success later in life. Following is a transcript of the video.   Joseph Burgo, Ph.D.: I do think that the youngest child can feel particularly driven to prove his worthiness to the parents and to the world, which can lead to a kind of ambition. On the other hand, in just the opposite way,

2017-12-16 11:09:00
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The Wall Street legend who helped blow up the world explains why his 'Frankenstein' creation went so wrong  

Drew Angerer/Getty Images Lewis Ranieri is considered the father of the mortgage-backed security. His invention enabled millions of Americans to afford homes, but its distortion and manipulation also helped cause the financial crisis.  He told Institutional Investor he never imagined ratings agencies and regulators would fail so badly, but also accepted part of the blame. "It's absolutely true that many of us tried to stop it. But the fact is, it didn't stop," Ranieri said. "We, the c

2017-12-16 11:05:00
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12 stretches you can use every day to stay flexible and fit at any age  

Samantha Lee/Business Insider When it comes to stretching, there are a lot of options to choose from. But what are the best everyday stretches for anyone looking to avoid sore muscles, get more flexible, and protect his or her muscles from injuries? We turned to Marilyn Moffat, a professor of physical therapy at New York University and author of "Age Defying Fitness," to go over some of the best basic stretches for everyone. Remember: Don't do these stretches if they make

2017-12-16 11:00:00
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Why Trump moving the US embassy to Jerusalem could finally make peace  

Thomson Reuters President Donald Trump's decision to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel will make piece likelier. He's just not making a convincing argument. The recognition helps rebuff the notion that Jews are invaders or foreign crusaders, an argument that remains an impediment to peace. There's been no real diplomacy for years, so Trump's move may indeed get the ball rolling. Formal U.S. recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital has not spawned the intense violen

2017-12-16 11:00:00
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I was a butler and estate manager for billionaires — here are 7 surprising insights I learned from the inside  

Shutterstock David Youdovin is the founder and CEO of Hire Society, a staffing agency that helps wealthy families find and hire private household help. Prior to starting his own company, Youdovin worked as a butler and estate manager for one of the world's richest billionaire families. The experience taught him that wealthy individuals value their families above all else, and that private service isn't a lowly job.   More often than not when conjuring an image of a butler, p

2017-12-16 10:59:00
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The business of being Santa involves a lot more than simply wearing a suit  

Courtesy of Jim ManningSanta Jim understands the value of a top-notch beard — no straggly, wispy nonsense or anything that could easily get pulled off. Instead, he imports his beard, which ties on in three places, from Switzerland for a whopping $750. To Santa Jim, it's worth every penny. According to this professional, private events Santa Claus — Jim Manning when he's out of the red suit — a lot more goes into playing Santa than simply showing up, finding the nearest couch

2017-12-16 10:30:00
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We ate dozens of meals at restaurant chains in 2017 — here are the 9 absolute best things to try right now  

BI GraphicsHollis Johnson/Business Insider We ate dozens of meals at fast-food restaurants in 2017.  A couple of the big names came through with strange new menu items that were actually good.  A few newcomers wowed us, too, and made our list of the best things we've eaten this year.    A lot happened in 2017. McDonald's ran out of Schezuan sauce, inspiring riots. Taco Bell served fried chicken. Millions retweeted a teen desperate for free Wendy's chicken nuggets.

2017-12-16 10:25:00
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8 money mistakes to avoid in your 20s  

Iryna Inshyna/Shutterstock Set yourself up for financial success in your 30s and 40s by avoiding common money mistakes in your 20s.  Even if you don't have money to your name yet, it's important to think about your finances.  You should save up a cash fund for emergencies, and take your credit card debt very seriously. You also should pay down your student loans as aggressively as possible, and start saving for retirement.  Ah, to be in your 20s. Brunches are frequent,

2017-12-16 10:15:00
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A Sad Day: Doughnut Shop Attacked for How It Tried to Help Children  

At some point, how do you keep up with all the demands to vet everything?

2017-12-16 10:14:50
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MORGAN STANLEY: 3 things could slow red-hot FAANG stocks in 2018  

Wikimedia Commons FAANG stocks could be a victim of their own success in 2018, says Morgan Stanley. The outperformance of the tech-focused group could leave it vulnerable to some trend reversals that could weigh on performance, according to the firm. All good things must come to an end. Which is why Morgan Stanley has already started brainstorming about what could derail torrid gains for scorching-hot tech stocks. The FAANG group — which consists of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netfl

2017-12-16 10:12:00
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Here Are the First 6 Books You Should Read In 2018  

And if you've already read one of these, I recommend the perfect complement.

2017-12-16 10:11:53
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How Levar Burton is carrying on the 'Reading Rainbow' legacy in the smartphone era, and moving beyond it  

Press Levar Burton, of "Roots" and "Reading Rainbow" fame, remains a champion of children's literacy. He has a new startup and podcast, both of which are dedicated to carrying on the torch for literacy in a new age of technology.   Known for his acting roles on "Roots" and "Star Trek: The Next Generation," Levar Burton has also been a champion of children's literacy for decades. Burton hosted the influential PBS series "Reading Rainbow" from 1983 until 2006. In the following year

2017-12-16 10:10:00
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Peter Jackson: Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino were not cast in 'Lord of the Rings' after Weinstein 'smear'  

Jonathan Leibson/Getty Peter Jackson said he did not cast Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino in "Lord of the Rings" on the advice of Harvey Weinstein. The director compared Weinstein and his brother, Bob, to "second-rate Mafia bullies." Weinstein said he had nothing to do with the casting of "Lord of the Rings."  Sorvino said Weinstein  "derailed my career." Peter Jackson did not cast Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino in "Lord of the Rings" after a "smear" campaign

2017-12-16 10:06:44
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Citigroup's investment bankers are challenging Wall Street's best — and they may be on the verge of a breakthrough (C)  

REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino Citigroup's investment bank has ambitions to compete for the top spots in the league tables. The bank has been mid-tier since the financial crisis, but recent improvements in mergers and acquisitions and equity-capital markets suggest the bank may be on the verge of a breakthrough. The bank may be firing on all cylinders, but industry analysts and top executives say Citi still has work to do to climb the final few rungs. "It continues to be a very, very competitiv

2017-12-16 10:05:00
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You don't have to 'bottom fish' for cheap stocks — there's a way to buy fractional shares of the names you love  

Stockpile Stockpile is a company that sells gift cards that can be redeemed for stock. The company also allows users to buy fractional shares, which it says makes trading more affordable. These two features have led Stockpile to have a fairly young user base that is trading stocks earlier than ever. Gift cards have come to embody the lazy gift, the one for the relatives you don't really know and the colleague you drew in Secret Santa. But, what if buying a gift card was just the start

2017-12-16 10:00:00
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This $15 gift is perfect for gamers — especially if you can't find an SNES Classic  

With Nintendo's $80 Super NES Classic Edition in such short supply, there are going to be a lot of disappointed people this holiday season. You could turn to eBay, where the adorable, miniature Super Nintendo Entertainment System is selling for over $200 apiece. But you shouldn't do that. Who wants to pay nearly triple the price for a holiday gift? No one! And that's exactly why you should turn to an excellent alternative this holiday: Pixel Pals. These little light-up displays are inexpe

2017-12-16 10:00:00
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A mobile banking service is transforming how the poor transfer money — here's how it works  

Chris Weller/Business InsiderIn 11 countries around the world, some 30 million people use a mobile money service that is transforming how people handle their finances. It's called M-Pesa, and it has lifted hundreds of thousands of people out of poverty in Kenya. "Pesa" is Swahili for money. The Kenyan service provider Safaricom launched M-Pesa in the East African nation 10 years ago, and since then it's enabled countless people to move small amounts of their own money and send it to other

2017-12-16 10:00:00
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Newly declassified videos of Cold War atomic blasts reveal the terrifying power of nuclear weapons  

NOAA The US government has uploaded 62 newly declassified nuclear-explosion videos to YouTube. The footage is a small share of the 10,000 Cold War-era films that archivists and physicists are trying to rescue. Re-analysis of the old movies will help the military modernize its nuclear weapons stockpile — and maybe prevent their use. Nuclear weapons researchers and archivists working for the US government have declassified 62 never-before-seen films of atomic explosions . The new

2017-12-16 09:59:00
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This is What Happens When You Don't Discount Over the Holidays  

Two brands aren't offering steep discounts this holiday season and the results are surprising.

2017-12-16 09:47:55
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Craft beer and big beer are engaged in a 'civil war' — but they may have a bigger problem to worry about  

Strelka Institute for Media, Architecture and Design/Flickr Budweiser's parent company says that it's worried about wine and spirits — not craft beer.  Beer lost 10% of market share to wine and hard liquor from 2006 to 2016.  One craft brewer that was acquired by AB InBev said that the craft versus big beer debate is simply a distraction from the coming war with wine and spirits.   The world's biggest beer company says that craft beer isn't the rival bre

2017-12-16 09:43:00
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Saudi Arabia has the best military equipment money can buy — but it's still not a threat to Iran  

Saudi Press Agency Saudi Arabia has some of the greatest military equipment money can buy, but its military is still not seen as a threat to its longtime rival Iran. Saudi Arabia's military has not proved capable of effectively fighting back Iran-backed Houthi rebels in Yemen. Its arsenal is designed for a large conventional war — not proxy fighting. In the past few years, Saudi Arabia has led an intervention in Yemen's civil war, been the driving force behind a diplomatic crisis

2017-12-16 09:30:00
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Meghan Markle and Kate Middleton have surprisingly affordable style — and it's a brilliant political strategy  

Recently engaged to Prince Harry, Meghan Markle and her future sister-in-law Kate Middleton have very different fashion preferences. Though the British royal family has a collective fortune worth millions, their wardrobes can be modest at times. Both Markle and Middleton wear affordable fashion brands on certain occasions.    The British royal family comes from centuries-old money — Queen Elizabeth II has an estimated private wealth of $530 million — but that d

2017-12-16 09:29:00
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2018: A Year to Begin New Shifts  

Great companies don't adapt, they prepare

2017-12-16 09:18:44
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You can finally listen to podcasts on your Apple Watch without having an iPhone around (AAPL)  

Apple Watch users haven't been able to listen to podcasts via the device unless they've had an iPhone nearby. That's because Apple has yet to release a podcast app for the Apple Watch, and it's limited developers' ability to create their own podcast apps. But two developers recently released new — if imperfect — apps that allow users to listen to podcasts via an Apple Watch without an iPhone around. App developers have finally fixed one of the biggest shortcomings of t

2017-12-16 09:15:00
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Omarosa Manigault reportedly told Congressional Black Caucus members they couldn't 'demand f------ privacy' in the West Wing after a meeting  

Drew Angerer/Getty Images President Donald Trump's former adviser and close confidant, Omarosa Manigault Newman, sparked several workplace controversies before her dramatic departure from the White House this week. In one instance, Newman reportedly lashed out at prominent members of the Congressional Black Caucus following a March meeting, when they requested privacy in the West Wing to discuss what they would tell reporters.  "You don't get to come into our house and demand to have f

2017-12-16 09:14:33
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4 things that could cause bitcoin's price to explode  

Reuters / Brendan McDermid The price of bitcoin has risen 1700% so far this year. Some are calling it a bubble, but there are things that could send the price even higher.  Bitcoin has risen from less than one penny in 2010 to a price of about $17,000 as I write this. In 2017 alone, bitcoin's value has risen by more than 1,700%. So how big could the value of a bitcoin get? Some experts have suggested that bitcoin could rise to $1 million or more, but let's look at what it might ta

2017-12-16 09:11:00
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Big-money investors single out the biggest risk to markets over the next year  

Reuters Geopolitical risk is the biggest fear in markets right now, according to a Barclays survey of over 700 institutional clients. The firm says it's a combination of developments on the Korean peninsula, tensions with Russia, political turmoil in Saudi Arabia, Brexit, and less predictability in US foreign policy. Sometimes there's no bigger fear than the unknown. That seems to be the case in global markets right now, at least according to a survey of 700 institutional clients condu

2017-12-16 09:11:00
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How Serena Williams makes and spends her millions  

Serena Williams has won a record 23 Grand Slam singles titles. $84M in career prize money, $50M more than any other female tennis players. Winning percentage: 86%. The 36-year-old turned pro in 1995. Endorsements include Beats by Dre, Gatorade, JPMorgan Chase, Nike, Tempur-Pedic, Aston, Martin, Audemars Piguet, Intel, and Wilson. She's been on SurveyMonkey’s board since May 2017. Married Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian in November 2017. She wore $3.5M worth of jewelry and changed designe

2017-12-16 09:08:00
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These are best cars from every decade  

Ford We selected two cars from each decade that lived up to our criteria. The best cars ranged from pickups to supercars. Yes, Tesla made the cut. We're always trying to figure out what the Golden Age of cars was, but the truth is that ever since World War II, we've lived in something of an endless Golden Age.  For eight decades, cars have been incredible: gorgeous, innovative, powerful, and even reliable and affordable. As we spend more time talking about not owning cars an

2017-12-16 09:07:00
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6 Mistakes That Can Sabotage A Small Business Loan Request  

Small business borrowers must do their homework in preparing a loan application.

2017-12-16 09:05:02
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Here's what we think is going to happen in 2018  

REUTERS/Jorge Silva2017 has been a roller coaster — both in the US and abroad, the year ends with the world in a very different place than it was 12 months ago. However, as has become our tradition, the Business Insider Military and Defense team is going to predict the future. In the past, we've done well. Last year we correctly identified many of the problems the world would face in 2017, including some that directly challenged the new US president — Donald Trump. It's clear Trum

2017-12-16 09:00:00
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The behavior of Robert Mugabe's wife 'Gucci Grace' inspired rage across Zimbabwe — but her downfall also led to rampant sexism  

Tsvangirayi Mukwazhi/AP Grace Mugabe was known for her corruption and extravagant spending in Zimbabwe, and was forced out along with her husband, Robert Mugabe, last month. The response though has drawn widespread sexism across Zimbabwean society. Zimbabwe's record on women's rights in general is mixed. During his 37 years as Zimbabwe’s prime minister and president, Robert Mugabe ordered the massacre of thousands of political opponents, ran the country’s economy into the g

2017-12-16 09:00:00
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How Technology Is Transforming the PR Industry  

PR has always been -- and will likely always be -- a people-driven industry. That doesn't mean there's no role for tech to play.

2017-12-16 09:00:00
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Google's smart jacket proves it's the only tech company that truly understands wearables  

Hollis Johnson/Business Insider When you first slip on the smart jacket that Levi's and Google teamed up to make, you might forget for a second that it's anything other than a run-of-the-mill denim jacket.  And that's what makes it so great.  The jacket — technically called the Levi's Commuter Trucker Jacket with Jacquard by Google — debuted in September. It looks like a standard denim jacket, but one cuff has conductive threads woven in and a place to snap on a Bluetoot

2017-12-16 09:00:00
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The Tesla Semi could create a dangerous situation for the company (TSLA)  

Tesla The Tesla Semi has been racking up high-profile pre-orders since it was unveiled. Those deep-pocketed customers are going to want their trucks — they'll be less patient than Model 3 buyers. Tesla might want to think about prioritizing the Semi. The Tesla Semi reveal at SpaceX headquarters near Los Angeles in November was easily the most bonkers Tesla event I've ever attended. Elon Musk jumping out of an all-electric big rig, bathed in red light, with private jets taking off

2017-12-16 08:57:00
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8 ways that drinking coffee is connected to better health and a longer life  

Thomson Reuters Caffeine is the most commonly used psychoactive drug in the world — for good reason. It wakes us up, helps us stay on task, and provides an oft-needed energy boost. And most of us in the Americas and Europe get our caffeine fix from coffee. But people often worry that they should limit their coffee consumption or cut it out completely. That's probably because coffee can feel like a crutch. It is possible to overdo it on caffeine —many heavy coffee drinkers su

2017-12-16 08:56:00
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Everyone's missing the other part of the net neutrality debate — Big Tech is poised to become even more powerful  

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to repeal its net neutrality rules. The repeal is good news for Facebook, Google, Amazon, and the other big internet companies that have deep pockets and can afford to pay any tolls put in place by the internet providers. The repeal could make the Big Tech companies even more powerful, because their smaller rivals will likely have less ability to afford such fees. In the wake of the Federal Communicat

2017-12-16 08:45:00
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The father of virtual reality sounds off on the changing culture of Silicon Valley, the impending #MeToo backlash, and why he left Google for Microsoft  

BI Getty Images Widely recognized as the father of virtual reality, Jaron Lanier has been hugely influential in shaping the technology of today. Lanier's work is considered foundational to the field of VR; he's spurred developments in immersive avatars, VR headsets and accessories, and was involved in early advancements in medical imaging and surgical simulator techniques. He's also credited with coining the phrase "virtual reality." In addition to his work as a programmer and inventor, Lanie

2017-12-16 08:30:00
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Sears is teetering on the edge of bankruptcy and Kmart could be its first casualty (SHLD)  

Sears' sales are down 45% since early 2013, its debt load has spiked to over $4 billion, and the company is losing well over $1 billion annually.  To meet its obligations, Sears has been selling off valuable brands and properties. Now its pool of assets is dwindling, increasing the risk of a bankruptcy, analysts say. Kmart, in particular, is at risk of shutting down, as it loses market share fast.   Wall Street analysts have made the same prediction every year for nearly

2017-12-16 08:20:00
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BlackRock's $1.7 trillion bond chief tells us his biggest market fear  

Bloomberg TV BlackRock Global Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income Rick Rieder shared his biggest market fear with Business Insider as part of a wide-ranging discussion. Rieder has concerns over complacency creeping into global markets. If you ask 10 different money managers for their biggest market fear, you might get 10 different answers. That's not necessarily because some large reckoning is on the horizon. It's more a reflection of how difficult it is to pinpoint the next big d

2017-12-16 08:09:00
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How the Lines Between Online and Real World are Blurring in Esports  

3 reasons why the esports industry is becoming more attached to reality than in its early years.

2017-12-16 08:01:57
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REVIEW: Nest's new $499 home security system is simple to install and made me feel a lot safer (GOOGL)  

Nest As an extremely neurotic homeowner, I am always looking for new ways to keep my home safe and spy on my dog, to make sure he's not getting into mischief.  So I was extremely excited to try out the Nest Secure, the smart-home company's new $499 security system. Nest, one of Google's corporate siblings, designed the Secure to be slicker and smarter than other security systems, inside a package you won't mind having in your home.  I've been using the Secure for the last month now,

2017-12-16 08:00:00
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YELLEN: Bitcoin is a 'highly speculative asset'  

Susan Walsh/AP The Federal Reserve raised its key interest rate 25 basis points to a range between 1.25% and 1.50% at the conclusion of Wednesday's meeting. At the accompanying press conference, Fed Chair Janet Yellen was asked about bitcoin. Yellen called the cryptocurrency a "highly speculative asset" and said the Fed is not seriously considering its own digital currency at this time.  The Federal Reserve lifted its benchmark interest rate 25 basis points to a range between 1.25

2017-12-16 07:43:00
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Wind power is getting taller and stronger — especially in Texas  

David Gray/Reuters According to Energy Information Administration, wind turbines have grown taller and more powerful in the last ten years. Texas is leading the U.S by having the largest onshore wind farm. Wind speeds are frequently higher as you get further above the ground, producing more electricity.   Wind turbines in the United States have grown both taller and stronger over the past decade, according to analysis by the Energy Information Administration (EIA). Today, t

2017-12-16 07:35:00
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The auto industry may take longer than expected to recover after Hurricane Harvey  

Flickr / David Hilowitz Forecasters overestimated the number of cars that would be replaced after Hurricane Harvey. New vehicle sales in the Houston area jumped 35.4% year-over-year to 30,670 vehicles, according to the Greater Houston Partnership. It was huge for a November, but just not enough to meet the prior estimates of replacement demand that were hoped to pull out the rest of the nation’s auto sales.   The total damage Hurricane Harvey inflicted on parts of Texa

2017-12-16 07:26:00
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Millennials aren't sold on the Republican tax plan  

The millennial generation by and large has not been receptive to the Republican tax plan. Millennial views are often informed by the Great Recession, and have largely lagged behind baby boomers in terms of earnings. Many measures in the tax bill like deduction eliminations and tuition waiver taxation would negatively impact millennials. Millennials are a key demographic for politicians. They are the biggest group of taxpayers, home buyers, and – soon – voters. So how is

2017-12-16 07:00:00
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Janet Yellen says bitcoin is a highly speculative asset — but the Fed played a key role in its rise  

Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images Bitcoin came into existence in 2009 in part as a response to fears about financial intermediation and banking following the financial crisis of 2008. Aggressive rate cuts from the Federal Reserve and other central banks sparked fears, which proved unfounded, of high inflation that would sharply devalue major currencies. More recently, market liquidity generated by a low interest rate environment made its way into bitcoin, some analysts say.  It&r

2017-12-16 05:10:00
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Strava's CEO is 'keeping a close eye on' potential acquisitions  

Strava Strava's CEO said he is watching his space to see if any interesting acquisitions come up. He said his Strava's board is very supportive. One company that Strava may look to acquire is Zwift, which is a massively multiplayer online cycle training program. Fast-growing activity tracking app Strava is keeping an eye out for potential acquisitions, according to the company's CEO. Strava is an app that has become wildly popular with fitness enthusiasts who wish to record their run

2017-12-16 05:03:00
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Blippar's celebrity face-mashing app is filled with pictures of killers, terrorists, and dictators  

Business Insider A new app from augmented reality startup Blippar lets you superimpose your face onto celebrities like Mariah Carey and Mark Wahlberg — but also inadvertently suggests serial killers, terrorists, and even the artwork of Adolf Hitler. FaceJam is marketed as a lighthearted way to put your face on a celebrity's, and as a way for Blippar to show off its artificial intelligence software. When you open the app on the iPhone, FaceJam displays images of celebrities, paintings, a

2017-12-16 03:01:00
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A fishing deal with China could be the reason North Korean 'ghost ships' are flooding Japan  

Kyodo via Reuters Dozens of boats containing dead bodies from North Korea have washed up on Japan's west coast recently. Experts say this could be due to a fishing deal between North Korea and China. The phenomenon also reveals the country's desperate need for fish and foreign currency. A fishing deal between North Korea and China could be why dozens of boats containing dead bodies have appeared in Japan recently, experts have said. The Japanese coast guard has found around 50 dilapid

2017-12-16 03:00:00
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Here are the details of the final GOP tax bill  

The agreement eliminates the individual mandate penalty under Obamacare and keeps tuition waivers tax-free, among other things

2017-12-16 00:53:08
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Delivery companies on overdrive this holiday season  

This year Christmas lands on a Monday, giving retailers one less day to get gifts delivered on time

2017-12-16 00:42:57
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The Trump administration reportedly wants 7 words and phrases banned at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention  

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was reportedly told not to use seven specific words and phrases in its federal budget-proposal documents. Materials with the words, "vulnerable," "entitlement," and "diversity" were returned to the agency for "correction," according to a senior staffer at the CDC's Office of Financial Services. Bans on the words and phrases "transgender," "fetus," "evidence-based," and "science-based" were communicated "verbally," according to the staffer. T

2017-12-16 00:36:43
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It's Cold, Stay Inside And Read — See Also  

LET'S START WITH SOME BONUSES: Sullivan & Cromwell waited for the market to ossify before announcing its bonuses. THEN CAHILL BEAT THE MARKET: The firm is giving out "special" bonuses that, evidently, are available to everybody. I'd question whether they're using the word "special" correctly, but whatever. Kathryn explains. IF YOU'VE BEEN LIVING UNDER A ROCK: There's enough fire coming out of the 9th Circuit right now to keep your whole cave warm. Here's the latest on Alex Kozinski.

2017-12-16 00:34:57
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Non-Sequiturs: 12.15.17  

* What are the legal words of the year? Here's a hint, Above the Law helped popularize some of them. [Clear Writing] * What will due process look like for Judge Alex Kozinski? Here's a hint, a lifetime appointment certainly changes things. [National Law Journal] * Is law school really "cool" again? Here's a hint, it never was. [Law and More] * What do you need to know about tax law in Trumpland? Here's a hint, Tax Prof Blog has you covered. [Tax Prof Blog] * Did Florida congressman ...

2017-12-16 00:00:44
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Big Trouble For Biglaw Partners From 'Tax Reform'  

The proposed tax bill hurts partners and helps associates -- who'd have thunk it?

2017-12-15 23:42:29
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