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More than half of Americans think they're behind on retirement savings, and another 20% have no idea where they stand
DusanManic/Getty A whopping 70% of Americans say they're either behind on retirement savings or don't know where they stand, according to a new Bankrate survey. People who earn less than $80,000 a year were the most likely to report feeling behind on their savings goals. Recent data show that Americans in their 40s and 50s, the cohort known as Generation X, are struggling to save. Only 36% of Gen Xers actively contribute to a retirement account. Read more personal finance coverage. Americans are largely behind on retirement savings, and they know it. According to a new Bankrate survey of nearly 2,700 adults, over half of the respondents (52%) said they're not where they should be with their retirement savings, while 16% said they're right on track, and 11% said they're ahead.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:I saved over $300,000 in my 20s and everyone seems to ask the same 7 questionsThe typical American heir is now a middle-class 50-something who puts the money toward retirementI've opened multiple high-yield savings accounts to earn 200 times more interest on my money, but I won't pull the trigger unless it has 3 things
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In defense of 'Mrs. Fletcher': the most frustrating show on HBO
The following contains mild spoilers for Mrs. Fletcher. Mrs. Fletcher is slow going.  Four weeks into the seven-part series and we still have big questions about Eve (Kathryn Hahn) and her sexual reawakening. We’ve watched as the isolated empty-nester explores internet porn, masturbates on the kitchen floor, flirts with an array of suitors, and battles the many obstacles facing middle-aged women and their expressions of sexuality — all to varying effect. Mrs. Fletcher could be a brave representation of one woman’s victory over societal expectations and self-doubt; but for every step forward, Eve seems to take ten steps back. She's held down by her obligations, her insecurities, her hang-ups, and her fears.  Read more...More about Hbo, Kathryn Hahn, Hbo Now, Mrs. Fletcher, and Entertainment
Lindsay Graham called Joe Biden 'as good a man as God ever created' in a resurfaced 2015 interview
Susan Walsh/AP Images Sen. Lindsey Graham, one of President Donald Trump's fiercest allies, praised former Vice President Joe Biden in the highest terms in a 2015 interview that resurfaced this week. In the clip from a Huffington Post interview, Graham gets emotional while calling Biden "as good a man God ever created" and "the nicest person I think I've ever met in politics."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Extremists turned a frog meme into a hate symbol, but Hong Kong protesters revived it as an emblem of hopeSee Also:Pete Buttigieg is running for president in 2020. Here's everything we know about the candidate and how he stacks up against the competition.Cory Booker is running for president in 2020. Here's everything we know about the candidate and how he stacks up against the competition.Amy Klobuchar is running for president in 2020. Here's everything we know about the candidate and how she stacks up against the competition.SEE ALSO: Impeachment witness Fiona Hill said she thought Gordon Sondland's testimony about Biden wasn't 'credible'
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Former Met police chief calls for focus on 'very tattered' justice system
Decline of police, courts and prisons a matter of ‘serious national concern’, says Ian BlairA strategic review of the entire, underfunded and “very tattered” criminal justice system in England and Wales is needed, a former Metropolitan police commissioner has urged.In a strongly worded attack on almost a decade of uncoordinated, Conservative-led cuts, Lord Blair of Boughton warned there had been a “substantial degrading” of the system since his retirement in 2008. Continue reading...
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Snap and Verizon are partnering on new augmented reality tools for 5G
This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Digital Media Briefing subscribers earlier this morning. To check to see if you already have access to Business Insider Intelligence through your company, click here. Snap and Verizon announced a new partnership that will leverage Verizon's 5G cellular network for the creation of new augmented reality features, according to a recent press release. Snap can now use 5G test equipment at Verizon's 5G labs to create experiences that take advantage of the new network standard's higher bandwidth, lower latency, and edge computing services. In addition to this exchange, Verizon will be offered premium sponsorship placements within Snap Originals video series and Snap will have its app Snapchat preloaded on a selection of Verizon's 5G phones. Verizon's recent push into augmented reality features naturally guided it to Snap, a pioneer in augmented reality products and services. Verizon, whose recent excursions into AR and 5G have included a partnership with NBC to reimagine the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, is now turning to AR pioneer Snapchat to collaborate on features that could appeal to social media users and influencers.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Major SVOD service providers are attempting to entrench themselves in the market via bundlingThe FCC's public auction of C-band spectrum jeopardizes a major source of funding for satellite companiesTwitter's political ad ban could catch some brands in crossfire
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Bumble Bee files for bankruptcy after $25M fine for tuna price fixing
In 2017, the company pleaded guilty to price fixing after forming a cartel with Chicken of the Sea and Starkist.
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I bought a $79 bidet attachment for my toilet in an effort to be more eco-friendly and hygienic — and now I can't imagine not having one
  Tushy Tushy offers affordable, decor-friendly bidet attachments that turn virtually any toilet into a bidet (a device that sprays your behind clean, FYI) for under $80. Founded by entrepreneur Miki Agrawal, Tushy is about more than cleanliness. It's also an eco-friendly and cost-effective alternative to toilet paper, seeing as the average American family spends $500 — or two trees' worth of TP — on flushable paper per year. Using a bidet also helps prevent UTIs, yeast infections, and hemorrhoids. As a devoted fan, I can honestly say it makes you feel so much fresher and cleaner than wiping. Currently, Tushy is offering Bussiness Insider readers 10% off their purchase with the discount code "BUSINESSPICKS". The bidet attachment is also available on Amazon, but without a discount.  Product Embed: Product Name: Tushy Classic Bidet Toilet Attachment Card Type: small Width: 100% Height: 150%  See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:I slept on Buffy's new sheets made from eucalyptus — they're cool to the touch, surprisingly silky, and worth the splurgeThis electrolyte powder is used by athletes and firefighters to rehydrate quickly — it also helps me curb dehydration from alcohol, workouts, and sicknessMicrosoft's Black Friday deals start on November 22 — you can save hundreds on the Surface Pro 7, the Surface Laptop 3, the Xbox One, and more
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Trump predicts report on origins of Russia probe will be 'historic'
U.S. President Donald Trump predicted on Friday that a government watchdog report on the origins of the probe into Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, which engulfed two years of his presidency, will be historic.
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What I learned as a Canadian reporting on healthcare in America — and what Americans can learn from Canada
Scott Eisen/Getty Images I began reporting on healthcare at Business Insider six months go. As a Canadian reporting on healthcare in the US, I've gained insight into the complicated and often misunderstood debate in the US over single-payer healthcare. Since my arrival to the US, I have encountered certain misconceptions about the Canadian healthcare system that I would like to dispel. There is private insurance in Canada and Canadian healthcare isn't free, but, everyone is covered no matter their income.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Growing up in Canada I never thought much about the healthcare system. When I moved to the US for graduate school, I knew it was strange to not have universal healthcare, but I had a comprehensive health insurance plan from school, so healthcare wasn't an ever-present issue on my mind.  That changed six months ago, when I started writing about healthcare as a fellow for Business Insider and needed to choose a plan for the first time. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's how to survive an avalancheSee Also:'I expected better from Google': Tech chiefs at 3 top US hospitals shared their concerns as health systems and tech giants get cozyThe Trump administration wants to force hospitals to post their prices, but hospitals are fighting backCompanies like Walmart, CVS, and Amazon are beefing up their healthcare strategies. Here are their plans to upend the $3.5 trillion industry.
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Three dead after Colombia protests, as country wakes to transport problems
Three people were killed in events following Thursday marches across Colombia, the defense minister said, as cities woke on Friday to widespread public transportation problems and calls for another protest.
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‘Baby Yoda’ toys coming for ‘Mandalorian’ fans in time for Christmas
Get ready for fights over Baby Yoda toys on Black Friday.
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Saracens turn to England World Cup stars to ignite Champions Cup defence
• Elliot Daly will make his Saracens debut against Ospreys• Mako Vunipola, George Kruis and Jamie George also in the 23Saracens wiill parade three of England’s World Cup finalists, including debutant Elliot Daly, as they attempt to lift the gloom generated by the salary cap scandal by igniting their Champions Cup defence. Related: The Breakdown | France are getting serious again – but will they end a decade of decline? Continue reading...
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Malta police need more time to quiz man over journalist murder: PM
Police decided to release on bail a person of interest in the investigation into the murder of a Maltese journalist because they need more time to question him, the prime minister said on Friday.
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Burger King dipping sauces affected by global horseradish shortage
Things are going to get less zesty at Burger King. A global shortage of horseradish could result in a scarcity of a dipping sauce at the fast-food chain. While not all of the sauces are affected, the popular “zesty sauce” could become harder to find. In late October, the world’s largest grower and processor of...
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Joe Gomez 'better than good' after Raheem Sterling clash, says Jurgen Klopp
Joe Gomez and Raheem Sterling are both ready to return to club football after their clash on international duty, say Jurgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola.
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Fierce competition: how a Brit makeover saved RuPaul's Drag Race
After umpteen series, the glamorous reality show felt more stale than subversive. Then along came Graham Norton, Scouse impressions, Corrie jokes – and a whole new lease of life To misquote Samuel Johnson, when you’re tired of drag queens in nine-inch heels pirouetting to Dua Lipa, you’re tired of life. And yet, when the long-awaited UK version of RuPaul’s Drag Race was finally announced in December last year, fans’ anticipation had all but disappeared.Eleven seasons and four increasingly tired All Stars spin-offs in, the once gloriously irreverent programme now felt like a victim of its success. Phrases that had originated in the LGBT+ community and which the show helped popularise (“Yas queen!”, “Werk!”) had been appropriated by the mainstream and savvy corporations. Could a show whose main appeal had been its subversive boundary-breaking survive being subsumed into the mainstream? Some poorly worded comments by RuPaul to the Guardian, which suggested that openly trans women would not be allowed to take part, didn’t help. (He later apologised, and a trans contestant appeared in All Stars season four).Enter into this fraught arena the British contestants. Could they change the course of Drag Race herstory? The answer was yes. The first queen strutted into the glittery pink workroom – faithfully recreated in the mould of the US original – raised an eyebrow, and announced: “Baga Chipz here: queen of the battered sausage, and I love to be covered in daddy’s sauce.” Further quips soon followed about gin, “slags” and Coronation Street. Continue reading...
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Wall Street opens higher as trade optimism returns
Wall Street opened higher on Friday as President Donald Trump said a trade deal with China was "potentially very close", adding to optimism triggered by comments from Beijing that it wanted to reach an initial agreement.
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Elizabeth Warren called out Trump's private dinner with Mark Zuckerberg as 'corruption, plain and simple' (FB)
REUTERS/Brendan McDermid When Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg was in Washington D.C. for a Congressional hearing this past October, he made time for a private dinner with President Donald Trump. The dinner included Facebook board member Peter Thiel — a controversial investor and entrepreneur who cofounded PayPal and Palantir. He was also behind the legal actions that led to the shutdown of Gawker.  Sen. Elizabeth Warren called out the previously unreported dinner as "corruption, plain and simple" in a tweet on Thursday. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Sen. Elizabeth Warren came out swinging at Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and President Donald Trump in a tweet on Thursday. "Amid antitrust scrutiny, Facebook is going on a charm offensive with Republican lawmakers. And now, Mark Zuckerberg and one of Facebook's board members — a major Trump donor — had a secret dinner with Trump," she said. "This is corruption, plain and simple."See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: People are still debating the pink or grey sneaker, 2 years after it went viral. Here's the real color explained.See Also:Trump's 2020 campaign is attacking Facebook over fears it might change how its ad targeting worksTrump claimed he 'opened' an Apple plant in Texas on Wednesday, but it's been making Apple products since 2012Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had an undisclosed dinner with Trump and Peter Thiel at the White HouseSEE ALSO: Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg had an undisclosed dinner with Trump and Peter Thiel at the White House
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Coldplay: If any band can do a tour the right way, it’s them | Rebecca Nicholson
It’s a great idea, not touring until they can find a sustainable way to do so. I just hope they don’t take too long finding a solutionColdplay fans are bereft at the prospect of being unable to see the band’s new double album Everyday Life performed out in the wild, after Chris Martin told the BBC that they would not be touring it.Instead, the band will spend the next year or two figuring out how best to put on a “sustainable” and “actively beneficial” live experience that places environmental concerns above scale and convenience, addressing the climate-ravaging issues of flying and single-use plastic, for example, in the live music industry. The future they imagine is a para-, para-, paradi... oh, never mind. Continue reading...
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Trump: "If weren't for me, Hong Kong would've been obliterated"
President says he told Chinese President Xi not to send soldiers into Hong Kong because it would affect the trade deal
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Everything coming to HBO Now in December 2019
Planning your viewing for the holidays? Here's what's new on HBO Now. This December, Watchmen, Mrs. Fletcher, Silicon Valley, and His Dark Materials will all have season finales. The streaming service isn't shepherding in many replacements quite yet, but there are tons of films to tide you over until January. Try out Pokémon Detective Pikachu, Unfriended: Dark Web, Her Smell, Bridesmaids, The Sun Is Also a Star, Buena Vista Social Club, and Being Julia — plus a few new HBO documentaries including Moonlight Sonata: Deafness in Three Movements and Belichick & Saban: The Art of Coaching.  Check out everything coming to (and going from) HBO Now in December 2019 below. Read more...More about Hbo Now, Detective Pikachu, Entertainment, Streaming Services, and Movies Tv Shows
John Ozbilgen, ex-boyfriend of missing NJ woman Stephanie Parze, found dead
The ex-boyfriend of missing New Jersey nanny Stephanie Parze — who had been named a person of interest in the case — killed himself in his home, law enforcement sources confirmed in a report Friday. John Ozbilgen, a 29-year-old stockbroker, apparently took his own life in his Freehold Township home overnight, the sources told NBC...
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Aerospace suppliers prepare for prolonged grounding of 737 MAX
* Concerns linger about MAX production getting back on schedule
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Scooter Braun pleads with Taylor Swift after alleged death threats to his family
"I am certain there is no situation ever worth jeopardizing anyone's safety."
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How to Use Your Phone's Camera to Make GIFs of Anything
GIFs are fun and can be deployed everywhere from your Twitter feed to your workplace Slack conversations—here’s how you can create them straight from your phone’s camera, with or without extra app help, turning any moment from your life into an instantly shareable, bite-sized digital animation.Read more...
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Apple killed the option to leave product reviews on its site just as holiday buying starts
Getty/Justin Sullivan Apple quietly removed the "Ratings and Reviews" section from its online store, meaning shoppers can no longer see online reviews of Apple products before they buy. The removal comes just as Apple heads into the all-important holiday season. The iPhone maker tends to see a major sales bump through the last three months of the year thanks to people buying holiday gifts. First reported by Apple Insider, the move appears to have come into force on the US, UK and Australian version of Apple's website. Apple did not immediately respond to Business Insider's request for comment. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Apple has removed all customer reviews of its products from its website, without apparent explanation. The removal was first reported by Apple Insider on Thursday. Specifically, the tech giant has removed the "Ratings and Reviews" section from all product pages on the US, UK and Australian versions of its site.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: 8 weird robots NASA wants to send to spaceSee Also:'What is Keynote on iPhone?': How to use the Keynote app on your iPhone to make slideshow presentations on the goHow to log out of Hulu on your mobile device, smart TV, or computerHow to turn off autocorrect on your Mac computer in 4 stepsSEE ALSO: Amazon and Google dominate Apple in the home, and Apple is reportedly redoubling its efforts to take them on
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David Lynch-directed advertisement for Playstation welcomes you to The Third Place
Once upon a time, people had so much free time that they needed a place to go that wasn't work or home. A third place. Sony was one of the companies competing for that space, and created an entire campaign around the concept. They hired David Lynch to direct a commercial for the Playstation 2 because "He's been living in The Third Place for quite a few years." The commercial is predictably surreal, makes no detectable reference to video games, and could easily be reused for other products with equal success: Lynch received some pushback on choosing black and white, but artistic version prevailed over the color version: There is also a short documentary on the making of the commercial that feels suitably Lynchian--moments of levity amidst a murky, ominous set: You can see more commercials in the campaign here. Read the rest
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I paid $300 an hour for the VIP experience at Disneyland, and it made me realize how wealth has transformed the American Dream
MediaNews Group/Orange County Register via Getty Images / Contributor In this excerpt from "How Money Became Dangerous: The Inside Story of Our Turbulent Relationship with Modern Finance", Christopher Varelas and Dan Stone write that the American dream has changed. A day as a VIP at Disneyland, paying $300 an hour to skip interminable lines, made Varelas examine how wealthy Americans use their money: to buy exclusivity. This pattern extends beyond a day at Disney. Wealthy parents "skip the line" to get their kids into college. Wealthy patients "skip the line" to get on-call concierge doctors. "Special access is not a new concept" they write. "But never before has it been so pervasive, accepted, and sought after by such a large group of people." Read more personal finance coverage. I've never tired of returning to my old stomping grounds at Disneyland every couple of years or so. On a recent visit, the weather was scorching, and the lines were murderously long. Signs posted above the entrance to each ride estimated the misery: "Approximate Standby Wait Time 150 Minutes." No one seemed overtly upset by this. Having paid hundreds of dollars to access the park, the guests had no problem standing for hours under the baking sun to board a ride that would last a few short minutes. Rumor had it that the new Guardians of the Galaxy attraction over in the adjacent California Adventure Park had wait times of five full hours. Our group of ten had no intention of joining them. We stayed close behind our hostess, Michelle, who wore a plaid riding outfit — cap, breeches, boots, and all — as she led us around the waiting masses to the Pirates of the Caribbean exit, where we entered right away and took our seats in the boat. I felt a pang of guilt for skipping the line, but that quickly subsided as we drifted into the bayou among the fireflies, passing the old man sitting on the front porch of his cabin.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Behind the scenes with Shepard Smith — the Fox News star who just announced his resignation from the networkSee Also:The typical American heir is now a middle-class 50-something who puts the money toward retirementEveryone should have a financial plan, and writing one is easier than you thinkIt cost more than $2,500 for my husband to immigrate to the United States. Here's every dollar we spent.
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Doctor saves life by sucking urine from man’s bladder mid-flight to NYC
When an elderly plane passenger fell ill mid-flight Tuesday, a courageous doctor with a stomach of steel rose to the occasion. Dr. Zhang Hong saved the man’s life by spending 37 minutes sucking urine from his blocked bladder with nothing but a plastic tube and an empty wine bottle. China Southern Airways flight CZ3009 was...
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The Most Underrated Songs, According to Reddit
“What song is 10/10, yet hardly anyone has heard of it?” redditor depressinqq asked. AskReddit users replied with 435 songs. Redditor BubblyBullinidae put them in a Spotify playlist.Read more...
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How a Trip to Her Mother's Native Country Inspired a Luxury Handbag Brand
Ali Hynek, founder and CEO of Nena and Co., outlines building a handbag business that values her products' quality and her employees' quality of life.
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Microsoft has dropped a bunch of Black Friday deals on laptops
TL;DR: The Surface Book 2 is on offer in the Microsoft Black Friday Sale, saving you up to £630 on list price. Black Friday is contagious, and even the biggest of brands have caught the bug. Microsoft has launched its Black Friday Sale with impressive deals on a wide range of laptops. It's difficult to pick a favourite from the sale, because everyone has a different set of preferences when it comes to laptops. We highly recommend you check out the full offering before making a decision, but we reckon the Surface Book 2 deal is a winner. SEE ALSO: Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019: When is it and what are the best deals in the UK? Read more...More about Microsoft, Microsoft Surface, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals
29 of the best royal family Christmas cards through the years
PA Images via Getty Images For more than a century, members of the royal family have sent Christmas cards to their subjects. Photographs selected for the front of the cards show the growing family and its changing relationships as the years go by. The photos include a portrait of the Queen aged 16, Princess Diana holding a newborn Prince Harry, and a mesmerized Princess Charlotte watching a children's entertainer during a party. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. For more than 100 years, members of the British royal family have been sending Christmas cards to wish their subjects the best for the holiday season. Photographs selected for the front of these cards have charted the royal family's new additions and altered relationships. From a black-and-white portrait of King George V to a candid portrait of Prince William with his children, the Christmas cards have also captured the changing face of the royal family through the generations. Keep scrolling to see the beautiful photographs shared by the royal family to wish their subjects a "Happy Christmas" each year.1914: King George V and his wife, Mary, sent these stoic portraits to British troops to send their "best wishes for Christmas." The Print Collector/Print Collector/Getty Images This postcard was sent to the British troops in 1914, when World War I was underway. "May God protect you and bring you home safe," the card reads. 1942: A decade before she would become their queen, Princess Elizabeth sent this card to members of the British Army. Express/Express/Getty Images The 16-year-old princess sent this card to the Grenadier Guards regiment of the British Army. Ten years later, her father, King George VI, passed away and she took over the throne. 1954: The image selected for the royal family's 1954 Christmas card showed the Queen, Prince Philip, Prince Charles, and Princess Anne. PA Images via Getty Images The photo shows them on the balcony of Buckingham Palace. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:From throwing insults to talking about a reunion, here's everything One Direction members have said since their hiatusInside the life of Fred Rogers, the beloved icon behind 'Mister Rogers' Neighborhood' and subject of the biopic starring Tom Hanks12 winning designs from the National Gingerbread House Competition that really are good enough to eat
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Former Fed Chair Janet Yellen says odds of a recession are 'higher than normal'
REUTERS/Joshua Roberts Former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen doesn't anticipate a recession in the next year, but cited two factors in why she thinks "odds of a recession are higher than normal," CNBC reported. Yellen pointed to growing wealth inequality and the US-China trade war as critical drivers of a potential downturn. Both factors drag on consumer spending through higher prices from tariffs and diminished purchasing power. A drop in consumer spending can kick off an economic contraction as companies see revenue fall and subsequently cut jobs. The former central bank chief also warned that the Fed may not have "as much scope" to keep the economy growing after its three rate cuts through 2019. Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories. Former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen doesn't expect a recession in 2020, but mentioned two drivers of a potential downturn in a Thursday speech, CNBC reported. Though recession fears have subsided from their summer highs, there are still risks coming together, Yellen said. She pointed to wealth inequality and the US-China trade war as two key threats to the record-long economic expansion, and signaled that the converging risks are setting a dim tone for investors moving forward.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A big-money investor in juggernauts like Facebook and Netflix breaks down the '3rd wave' firms that are leading the next round of tech disruptionSee Also:'I wouldn't be surprised to go 10 more years': One expert explains why the market rally is just getting started — and why he thinks stocks are 16% undervaluedTrump hails 'cash' coming from US aid package to farmers caught in the China trade war's crosshairsA fund manager who's crushing nearly all of his peers breaks down his unique strategy for continuing to outperform during a market crash
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Google is killing Google Cloud Print
After a decade of making printing easy, Google just isn't interested anymore.
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U.S. Silica cuts 10% of workforce
Frac sand miner U.S. Silica Holdings Inc said on Friday it had cut about 230 jobs to reduce costs amid challenges in the energy market.
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Get an unmatched selection of the world's best stories with Audible
TL;DR: A four-month subscription to Audible is on sale for £3.99 per month, saving you 50% on list price. Black Friday is all-encompassing, which means even subscription services come under its blanket of discounts. Audible is not immune to Black Friday, and your first four months are now available for just £3.99 per month, saving you 50% on list price. After this term your subscription renews automatically at £7.99 per month, but you can cancel anytime if you wish to avoid this price jump. SEE ALSO: Black Friday and Cyber Monday 2019: The best Amazon deals in the UK Audible offers an unmatched selection of the best stories and lets you pick from the world's largest selection of audiobooks and premium spoken-word entertainment. It's a great service that could be all yours for a really low price thanks to Black Friday. Read more...More about Black Friday, Audible, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals
The new Amazon Echo has never been cheaper
TL;DR: The Amazon Echo (third generation) is on sale for £59.99 on Amazon, saving you 33% on list price. Amazon's Black Friday Sale has started in the best possible way, with deals on all of its own devices for the home. You can save on smart speakers, video doorbells, media players, tablets, and much more. The latest deal to make a statement is the discounted Amazon Echo. This all-new device has never been cheaper, and could be all yours for just £59.99 on Amazon. This is down by 33% on list price, saving you £30. This deal will probably stick around for the duration of the sale, but why wait? Read more...More about Amazon Echo, Black Friday, Mashable Shopping, Shopping Uk, and Uk Deals
Recipe: Breadfruit Fries
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'American Idol' contestant gets prison time
Former American Idol contestant Antonella Maria Barba has been sentenced to 45 months in prison for possession of fentanyl with the intent to distribute 400 grams or more of the substance, the U.S. Attorney's Office Eastern District of Virginia announced. - RSS Channel
Tesla Unveils Its Cybertruck (and Smashes Its Windows in the Process)
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The 100 most expensive zip codes in the U.S.
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Trump suggests he wants to be impeached and says 'I want a trial' – live
President sounded off on public hearings on Fox & Friends, praised Giuliani as ‘one of the great crime fighters’ and called Pelosi ‘crazy as a bedbug’In this defining moment for America, support the Guardian’s independent journalism. Make a contribution 2.20pm GMT Another extraordinary moment: Trump insisting that he wants to go on trial – i.e. he wants to be impeached.The president complained that Republicans couldn’t call witnesses during the House impeachment hearings, and suggested a trial would enable him to quiz the whistleblower and House intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff.President Trump just said this on @foxandfriends in a phone interview this morning:"I want a trial."The hosts tried to ask him a follow-up question about that, but he didn't stop talking to respond to them. 2.15pm GMT Well that interview was unusual. Even by Trump’s standards. The president actually sounded quite tired at the beginning, but whipped himself up pretty quickly as he rattled through a range of topics. One thing Trump was particularly animated about was Marie Yovanovitch, the former US ambassador to Ukraine. Trump goes after Marie Yovanovitch, who has served presidents in both parties for decades: "She's an Obama person. I said 'why are you being so kind?' 'Well, sir, she's a woman. We have to be nice.'" on Yovanovitch: "She wouldn't hang my picture in the embassy. She is in charge of the embassy. She wouldn't hang it. It look a year-and-a-half, two years to get the picture up. She said bad things about me ... This was not an angel this woman, okay?" Continue reading...
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Why Jennifer Garner is laughing at herself
Actress Jennifer Garner shared an Instagram post of her searching for her car in a parking garage after shopping. HLN's Melissa Knowles explains. - RSS Channel
Aon pushes into SMB insurance with CoverWallet acquisition
This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Fintech Pro subscribers earlier this morning. To get this story plus others to your inbox each day, hours before they're published on Business Insider, click here. Aon, the global legacy insurance brokerage firm, has agreed to acquire US-based small- and medium-sized business- (SMB) focused insurtech CoverWallet, per a press release; the financial terms of the deal have not been disclosed. Founded in 2015, CoverWallet operates a digital insurance platform aimed at streamlining how SMBs buy and manage their insurance policies by providing product comparisons, tailored coverage, fast quotes, and a speedy application and approval process. The acquisition will help Aon tap into the fast-growing small business insurance market — but it'll have to convince these businesses to shop online for insurance first.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Facial recognition payments could overtake QR codes in ChinaWestpac and Microsoft are collaborating on a new intelligence hubAmerican Express is sweetening its deals for merchants
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Trump tells Fox News anchors 'I want a trial' if House Democrats vote to impeach
"I want a trial," Trump said during a Friday interview on "Fox and Friends" in which he attacked the ongoing impeachment inquiry.       
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