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News 2020-02-21T01:56:06Z
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'What the hell is that?': Trump mocks 'Parasite' winning Best Picture at the Oscars because it's 'some movie from South Korea'

'Parasite' made history at the Oscars, becoming the first foreign film to win Best Picture. The movie also won Best International Feature Film.
Tech 2020-02-20T22:11:43Z
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A Google manager has been arrested and charged with murder after his wife was reported missing in Hawaii

His wife, a Microsoft business program manager, was reported missing Tuesday while the Seattle couple was vacationing in Hawaii.
Politics 2020-02-20T22:27:34Z
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Trump decided to replace his top spy chief after his aide told Congress that Russia is interfering in 2020 to help Trump win

Trump was led to falsely believe that Rep. Adam Schiff was fed exclusive information that could help Democrats if released publicly.
Strategy 2020-02-20T19:20:00Z
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Politics 2020-02-20T20:57:32Z
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Trump says Roger Stone 'has a very good chance of exoneration' after he was sentenced to 40 months in prison

"Everybody knows him," Trump said of his former adviser. "And most people like him. Some people probably don't. But I do."
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-20T15:46:00Z
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Here's the income you need to live comfortably in every state in the US

The minimum "living wage" in New York State is $95,724, thanks to the notoriously high cost of living and pricey housing markets in certain areas.
Tech 2020-02-20T22:26:39Z

Apple has been granted a temporary restraining order against a man it says has been stalking Tim Cook

Apple alleged the man has been harassing Tim Cook, and has shown up at his house in Palo Alto twice, once with champagne and flowers.
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Tech 2020-02-21T02:14:01Z

Quibi, the streaming app that has raised more than $1 billion and is run by two billionaires, just gave the world its first real glimpse

Quibi, a mobile-only streaming service founded by former Yahoo CEO Meg Whitman and Disney executive Jeffrey Katzenberg, plans to launch in April.
Transportation 2020-02-21T02:01:00Z

These are the 5 leaders in the self-driving-car race

In a new report, BI Intelligence takes an in-depth look at the most expansive self-driving-car tests taking place in the US, and offers insights on the leaders.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-21T01:06:43Z

Uber is moving all of its 38,000 employees to Slack, in a big win for the work chat app

The deal is a big win for Slack, which has been under pressure from rival Microsoft Teams in the work chat app market.
Sports 2020-02-21T00:05:06Z

Dwyane Wade says the 'Big 3' Heat hit a point where LeBron was at his peak and it felt like they would never lose

The 2012-13 Heat were so good, particularly during their 27-game win streak. that Dwyane Wade felt like they could win every game.
Finance 2020-02-21T00:03:00Z

TECH COMPANIES IN FINANCIAL SERVICES: How Apple, Amazon, and Google are taking financial services by storm

Business Insider Intelligence examines how Apple, Google, and Amazon are gaining a larger foothold in the global financial services industry.
Science 2020-02-20T23:52:58Z

How SARS terrified the world in 2003, infecting more than 8,000 people and killing 774

In 2003, the world watched in terror as a new virus called SARS infected thousands and killed hundreds. Here's how it happened.
Sports 2020-02-20T23:51:41Z

3 tactics the Tyson Fury team can use if they're worried his horrific cut will reopen and lose him the Deontay Wilder fight

The freak cut needed 47 stitches and there have been fears it could reopen, costing Tyson Fury victory against Deontay Wilder.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-20T23:35:00Z

Oracle has the support of the Trump administration and some big media industry groups in its Supreme Court fight against Google. Here's why they're siding with Oracle.

The Trump Administration and other groups, are backing Oracle's position in their Supreme Court battle with Google. Here's what they said:
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-20T23:18:00Z

Hilton was just named the best company to work for in the US. Here's how the iconic Hilton family built their wealth.

This is the story of the Hilton family dynasty, from the WWI vet who bought a Texas hotel for $5,000 to great-granddaughter Paris Hilton.
Finance 2020-02-20T23:02:00Z

These 5 factors are transforming the payments experience for both consumers and businesses

Business Insider Intelligence has created an infographic showcasing compelling statistics from its recent payments and commerce research.

Michael Bloomberg tweets incredibly misleading video in response to debate shellacking

After being picked apart during the Las Vegas debate, Michael Bloomberg attempted to troll his opponents by tweeting a heavily doctored video.
Retail 2020-02-20T19:37:57Z

7-Eleven is testing cashierless stores to compete with Amazon Go — here's what the first one looks like inside

7-Eleven debuted its first cashierless store as part of a test for employees at its corporate headquarters in Irving, Texas.
Tech 2020-02-20T16:02:04Z

2 Y Combinator-backed startups are feuding over an ad campaign, and it's yet another example of how San Francisco startups compete in the city's ultra-crowded tech market

Rippling's billboard ad read "Outgrowing Gusto? Presto Change-o," which Gusto hit with a cease-and-desist letter.
Science 2020-02-20T22:39:00Z

The new coronavirus has killed nearly 3 times as many people in 8 weeks as SARS did in 8 months. Here's how the 2 outbreaks compare.

SARS killed 774 people between November 2002 and July 2003. More than 2,100 people have died from the new Wuhan coronavirus since December.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-20T21:38:00Z

7 times Roger Stone has looked like a perfect Bond villain

Aside from obstructing justice, the Trump ally is known for making odd fashion choices, such as his round glasses and back tattoo of Richard Nixon.
Strategy 2020-02-20T19:29:00Z

Michael Bloomberg spent the Nevada Democratic debate getting roasted — here are 5 of the best burns

He was lambasted as 'a billionaire who calls women fat broads and horse-faced lesbians,' among other highlights.
Insider Picks 2020-02-20T23:01:00Z

Rothy's latest shoe drop is a new take on classic Mary Janes — here's our review after wearing them around New York City

Rothy's just released Mary Jane flats with bows that are sustainably made from recycled water bottles. Here's what they're like to wear.
Science 2020-02-20T22:54:00Z

229 US citizens were released from coronavirus quarantine this week. Here's where the 15 military-approved quarantine camps are.

At least 400 US citizens who were evacuated from Wuhan, China, have been released from federal quarantine on US military bases.
Tech 2020-02-20T22:43:24Z

Coronavirus concerns push Facebook and Sony to skip the year's biggest gathering for video game makers

Health and travel concerns raised by the coronavirus outbreak will prevent Facebook and Sony from attending the 2020 Game Developers Conference.
Insider Picks 2020-02-20T22:42:00Z

The best Prime Day deals under $50 you can expect to find in 2020

You don't have to spend a lot to have fun shopping on Prime Day 2020. Here are the best deals we expect to find for under $50 on Amazon.
Tech 2020-02-20T22:41:00Z

Flywheel is shuttering its subscription service after settling a lawsuit over allegations it copied Peloton — but Flywheel owners can trade in their bikes for a free Peloton

After Peloton and Flywheel settled a lawsuit over allegations that Flywheel copied Peloton, Flywheel owners can swap their bike for a free Peloton.
News 2020-02-20T22:30:52Z

South Korea is bracing for a spike in coronavirus cases after a 'super-spreader' event occurred at a church 'cult'

In the midst of an "unprecedented crisis," Daegu's mayor shut down public spaces, effectively emptying the usually busy city of 2.5 million people.
Insider Picks 2020-02-20T22:26:00Z

The best true wireless earbuds

Once you've worn a good pair of wireless headphones, you'll never want to wear wired ones again. These are the best true wireless earbuds you can buy.
Sports 2020-02-20T22:24:47Z

Photos show Japanese 2-way sensation Shohei Ohtani has transformed his body for the 2020 season and now he's huge

Shohei Ohtani is absolutely yolked, and looks ready to slam some home runs for the Angels in the 2020 season.
Insider Picks 2020-02-20T22:24:00Z

The best earbuds

Earbuds vary in price and style. We rounded up the best earbud-style headphones, including true wireless earbuds, sports earbuds, and a budget pair.
Enterprise 2020-02-20T22:23:36Z

AT&T is joining IBM in pulling out from one of the biggest cybersecurity conferences of the year over coronavirus fears

As coronavirus concerns haunt travelers, AT&T joins the tech employers pulling out of conferences where they would have to send employees.
Strategy 2020-02-19T15:00:00Z

HOW TO BREAK INTO CONSULTING: The ultimate guides for getting into business school, nailing a consulting interview, and landing a 6-figure job at firms like McKinsey and Bain

This handbook will help you get into business school, develop key leadership skills, and land a high paying consulting job.
Science 2020-02-20T17:27:00Z

A simple animation by a planetary scientist reveals what would happen without leap years: December would eventually drift into summer

The animation shows how leap years solve a crucial problem with our calendar: a year isn't actually 365 days.
Retail 2020-02-20T16:24:12Z

We compared the shopping experience at Nordstrom's and Bloomingdale's discount stores and while both were messy, the former was much more impressive

We recently shopped at Nordstrom Rack and Bloomingdale's The Outlet stores in New York City to see how the shopping experiences compared.
Transportation 2020-02-20T17:43:00Z

Tesla's vehicle designs have held up well over the years, but they aren't all great — here's a ranking, from best to worst

Tesla's designs have generally held up over the years, but some looks have stayed more relevant than others — hence our ranking from best to worst.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-20T15:46:00Z

Here's the income you need to live comfortably in every state in the US

The minimum "living wage" in New York State is $95,724, thanks to the notoriously high cost of living and pricey housing markets in certain areas.
Personal Finance 2020-02-20T22:23:15Z

5 reasons your car insurance rates may be rising

Car insurance rates rise due to natural disasters, state law changes, changes to underwriting, and increases in medical care and car repair costs.
Insider Picks 2020-02-20T22:20:00Z

The best under-eye masks you can buy

Tame your under-eye bags and circles with hydrating under-eye masks that restore moisture to an often sensitive, dry area of the face.
Transportation 2020-02-20T22:19:48Z

Amid demand plummets linked to the coronavirus, airlines project that this could be their worst year since the global financial crisis

The International Air Transport Association expects demand to shrink 0.6% globally, but a staggering 8.2% in the Asia-Pacific region.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-20T22:14:00Z

Gucci opens a pop-up shop in Chicago to debut new psychedelic collection and honor the recipients of its first-ever $50,000 grant

Out of 16 winners, two were Chicago-based non-profits who seek to serve people of color as well as those from lower socioeconomic backgrounds.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-20T22:14:00Z

15 vintage photos of Mardi Gras in New Orleans show it's always been a wild party

Vintage photos of Mardi Gras from the early 20th century show that while the iconic carnival has come a long way, it has always been a city-wide party.
Military & Defense 2020-02-20T22:10:58Z

Here's what it looks like when Marines blast their way into buildings while battling in cities

This is how small teams of US Marines can blast their way into almost any structure.
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