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Apple MacBook Pro 16-inch review: the one you’ve been waiting for
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Teen charged with hate crime for ‘Slave for sale’ Craigslist post
A 14-year-old Illinois boy is facing hate crime charges for allegedly posting a photo of a black classmate on Craigslist alongside a caption that read, “Slave for sale.” The boy, who is white, appeared in DuPage County juvenile court on Wednesday on two counts of committing a hate crime and one count of disorderly conduct....
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Apple told Congress it has spent 'billions of dollars' on Apple Maps (AAPL)
Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP Apple has invested "billions of dollars" in Apple Maps since the app was introduced in 2012, the tech giant disclosed this week. Apple Maps has been the target of harsh criticism from users since its release, but Apple has continued to add features that make it a stronger competitor to Google Maps. The company made the disclosure in response to questions from the House Judiciary Committee, which is investigating Apple for possible anticompetitive practices. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Since Apple created its own mapping app in 2012, it has been playing catch-up to Google Maps, which had a seven-year head start. Apple has invested heavily in that competition, spending "billions of dollars" on Apple Maps since 2012, the company disclosed this week.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Most maps of Louisiana aren't entirely right. Here's what the state really looks like.See Also:Apple just disclosed that it loses money on device repairs every yearApple just launched a new battery case for the iPhone 11 and 11 Pro, and it introduces a dedicated camera button for the first timeHow to log out of Hulu on your mobile device, smart TV, or computerSEE ALSO: Apple Maps is getting a huge update in iOS 13 — and it could finally help it catch up to Google Maps
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WeWork Will Lay Off 2,400 Workers
The troubled office space company is slashing its total work force as it sells businesses and outsources some jobs.
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60 Minutes Rewind: 2009 report, "Mind Reading"
How often have you wondered what your spouse is really thinking? Or your boss? Or the guy sitting across from you on the bus? Lesley Stahl reported on scientific research to answer these questions, in this 2009 60 Minutes report.
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Xhaka could return for Arsenal this weekend - Emery
Unai Emery says Granit Xhaka could return for Arsenal this weekend, despite recently claiming he was unsure if he would play for the club again.
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Deontay Wilder, the 'John Wick' of boxing, says he relaxes by firing guns through obstacle courses at SWAT team ranges
Photo by Anthony Geathers/Getty Images Deontay Wilder returns to the ring on Saturday for his rematch against Luis Ortiz at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Before the fight, the hard-hitting American told Business Insider about his love of guns. Wilder said his favorite gun right now is a bronze Smith & Wesson 9mm pistol. He says he uses the weapon "John Wick"-style on an obstacle-strewn SWAT team shooting range. His current target is his weekend opponent Ortiz, and though he said he is not overlooking the Cuban, he is relishing a rematch with Tyson Fury early next year. "This is a fight fans not gon' want to miss," he said. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Deontay Wilder loves guns. America's hard-hitting heavyweight champion returns to the ring against Luis Ortiz on Saturday. It is the second time he'll fight the technically-skilled Cuban having overcome a mid-fight scare to stop the veteran in the 10th round of a title fight last year.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Keanu Reeves blasted his way through a gun range training for the 'John Wick' sequelSee Also:A 19-year-old scores so many goals he's starting to sleep with his winning footballs, calls them his 'girlfriends,' and says Manchester United links are 'boring as f---'A 30-year-old MMA fighter knocked out his opponent with a high-flying move so audacious it made him look like a ninjaAn 18-year-old Israeli who broke the record for fastest submission in Bellator MMA history scored another highlight-reel finish in Tel-AvivSEE ALSO: Take a look inside the new and improved Straight Blast Gym where John Kavanagh trains Conor McGregor and James Gallagher
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Investing legend Louis Bacon will reportedly shutter his flagship Moore Capital hedge fund
AP Hedge fund legend Louis Bacon is planning to close Moore Capital Management after leading the firm for about 30 years, according to The Financial Times.  The closure comes on the back of years of weakening performance and investors pulling capital from the firm's global macro funds, the FT reported.  Several other large firms have either wound down funds or closed their doors to outside capital this year, including David Tepper's Appaloosa Management and BlueMountain.  Visit the Business Insider homepage for more stories. Billionaire investment manager Louis Bacon is reportedly planning to shutter his flagship Moore Capital hedge fund, according to The Financial Times.  Moore's closure comes after years of meager returns and investors withdrawing capital from the firm's global macro funds, the FT reported. The firm's assets under management have dwindled over the past 10 years to $8.9 billion as of the end of 2018, according to the FT. 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:14 things millennials do completely differently from their parentsThe best Kindles and ebook readers'They're all going to lose all their money': A hedge fund CEO warns the stock market is brewing a bubble similar to the time bomb that exploded in early 2018
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Fiona Hill slams Republican lawmakers who've promoted 'politically driven falsehoods that so clearly advance Russian interests'
Andrew Harnik/AP Images Fiona Hill, the former director for Europe and Russia on the National Security Council, warned Republican lawmakers to abandon the unfounded theory that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 US election. "In the course of this investigation, I would ask that you please not promote politically driven falsehoods that so clearly advance Russian interests," she said during Thursday's impeachment hearings.  Hill, who was the top Russia expert on the National Security Council until July, stressed the ongoing negative impacts of Russia's successful interference in the 2016 presidential election. Follow along with our live coverage of the hearings here. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Fiona Hill, the former director for Europe and Russia on the National Security Council, warned Republican lawmakers during Thursday's impeachment hearings not to promote the unfounded theory that Ukraine interfered in the 2016 US presidential election.  Hill spent time during both her prepared opening statement and in answering questions on Thursday arguing that the conspiracy about Ukraine is a Russian talking point and hurts US interests. 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:Defense Department official gives bombshell testimony that US and Ukrainian officials asked about frozen military aid on the same day as Trump's call with ZelenskyDemocratic congressman gets applause for getting Gordon Sondland to say an investigation into the Bidens would benefit TrumpThe impeachment hearing room burst into applause when a Democratic congresswoman shot back at her Republican colleague that Trump 'has 5 Pinocchios on a daily basis'SEE ALSO: Pentagon official drops a bomb, reveals 3 separate inquiries about Ukraine military aid on the day of Trump's July 25 call with Zelensky
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Why Pete Buttigieg’s Lack of Black Support May Limit His 2020 Potential
No Democrat in modern times has won the party’s nomination without claiming majorities of black voters, the most crucial voting bloc in South Carolina and an array of delegate-rich states.
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The year of perfect vision – aka 2020 – is swiftly approaching. That means if you’re unhappy with a situation in your life, like your career, it’s the perfect time to change it. And this Premium 2020 Project & Quality Management Certification Bundle could be the perfect push in the right direction. Project managers may...
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A couple who engineers all their trips to cost 'nothing' explains how they broke even on a $37,000 tour of the US National Parks
Courtesy of Lauren and Steven Keys Lauren and Steven Keys, a millennial couple from Florida, traveled to all 61 US National Parks in 2019. While the trip cost about $36,800, they earned roughly the same amount during that time through side hustles, part-time work, and passive rental income. They paid for the trip upfront with savings, but their nest egg didn't lose value in the end. Read more personal finance coverage. Steven and Lauren Keys are obsessed with traveling. They're also obsessed with financial prudence. At just 29 and 30 years old, they've crafted a life that fosters both. Throughout spring and summer 2019, the husband-and-wife pair, who are based in Florida and run a blog called Trip Of A Lifestyle, traveled throughout America on a quest to visit all 61 National Parks.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A podiatrist explains heel spurs, the medical condition Trump said earned him a medical deferment from VietnamSee Also:I'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 thingsA retiree who stopped working at 54 says he's able to live and travel the world on $24,000 a year thanks to 3 money-saving strategiesIntimidated by points and miles? Here are 8 steps for beginners looking to earn travel rewards
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Lowe's quietly removes kitchen scales from its website after viral internet post pointed out the product imagery contained a weed-like herb
Lowe's A viral Reddit thread of a kitchen scale on the Lowe's website on Wednesday amassed thousands of comments from users discussing the likeness of an unidentifiable herb in the product imagery to marijuana. By Thursday morning, Lowe's had quietly removed the Ozeri brand scales from its website. Meanwhile, the product page for the scale on Amazon now directs to a 404 page, while others retailers like Macy's continue to sell the item.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Lowe's is widely known as the go-to destination for home-improvement and household needs — including, it seems, scales that could be used to weigh marijuana. On Wednesday, a Reddit post of a kitchen scale weighing an unidentified herb on the Lowe's website quickly went viral as users chimed in to comment on the photo's likeness to marijuana. "Does the weed come with the scale?" one user wrote. "Want me to put weed on the scale so it gets more clicks?" joked another.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Hugh Hefner's Playboy empire became an iconic part of pop culture, but struggled to keep up. Here's what led to the company's rise and fall.See Also:Target kept a store open after an employee died during his shiftLowe's CEO says e-commerce has largely been a 'mystery' for the company, and it reveals a stark reality for the home-improvement chainLowe's workers say the home-improvement giant's new scheduling policies are leaving some employees feeling like they're 'walking on eggshells'SEE ALSO: Lowe's CEO says e-commerce has largely been a 'mystery' for the company, and it reveals a stark reality for the home-improvement chain
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Amazon’s Dash Smart Shelf was made for the office — but it really belongs in the toilet
Amazon just launched its Dash Smart Shelf, an internet-connected weighing scale that’s made for office supplies: Stack up essentials like printer paper or rolls of tape, and it’ll automatically re-order more of those as they get close to running out. Pretty smart, wouldn’t you say? We agreed, but my colleague Callum Booth had an even better idea: Why not chuck one of these in your bathroom, or wherever you stash your toilet paper? That would solve the age-old problem of running out of TP when you need it most. The Dash Smart Shelf could automatically place an order when you… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Amazon
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Homes says Trump and Sondland talked about A$AP Rocky
In his testimony at the impeachment hearing Thursday, State Department official David Holmes described hearing President Trump and Ambassador Gordon Sondland discuss the case of rapper A$AP Rocky, who was then jailed in Sweden on assault charges. Holmes says Sondland told the president, "Let him get sentenced, play the racism card, and give him a ticker-tape when he gets home."
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Atlanta Hawks Rookie, De'Andre Hunter, Ready to Hand out Ls as an Animation
Atlanta Hawks' Rookie, De'Andre Hunter, learns the ins-and-outs of building his very own animation. BR x JCPenney Bleacher Report is your No. 1 stop for what’s trending in sports...
Abode’s DIY home security system is now compatible with HomeKit
Abode's Iota smart home security device is now compatible with Apple HomeKit. If you're an iOS users, that means you'll be able to control your Iota through the Home app on your iPhone or iPad. You'll also be able to control any Abode-branded motion,...
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LBJ killed JFK, the Queen’s secret lover & Julia Roberts’ divorce, in this week’s highly dubious tabloids
There’s breaking news, fake news, a news flash, even news you can use, but they all supposedly share one attribute: their information is new.
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Uber says not in talks with Germany's Wirecard
Ride hailing company Uber denied a German magazine report on Thursday that it was considering hiring Wirecard as its main payments partner to replace Dutch platform Adyen .
I tried everything on McDonald's breakfast menu and saw why it can't just rely on iconic classics to fend off new competition
Irene Jiang / Business Insider McDonald's has long sat on the fast-food breakfast throne, but new forces threaten its sovereignty. As a result, the chain has been timidly tinkering with its breakfast menu, adding such oddities as breakfast bagels and McChicken breakfast sandwiches. But with its rivals growing stronger by the day, McDonald's must rally its breakfast forces and prepare for the epic battle to come. I took it upon myself to test McDonald's entire breakfast menu to see how well-prepared it is for the winds it must weather. And while its core is strong, it needs to be whipped into shape if it wants to fend off any would-be usurpers. Sign up for Business Insider's retail newsletter, The Drive-Thru, to get more stories like this in your inbox. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. McDonald's has long been the king of breakfast, but recently, the iconic chain has been tweaking its menu here and there in an effort to boost disappointing sales. Times are tough and getting tougher. After the Chicken Wars of August 2019, McDonald's chicken sales slumped. Then, one of McDonald's biggest rivals, Wendy's, announced in September it would be launching a breakfast menu nationwide in 2020 — replete with finger-lickin' chicken sandwiches of its own. Then, McDonald's decided to add chicken to its breakfast menu in 2020. Old dogs need to learn new tricks if they want to compete with the pups. McDonald's breakfast has so far stood the test of time, but will it withstand the test of taste? I tried everything to find out.For the whole shebang, my total was $56.58 with promotional pricing. I ordered all of the entrees on the breakfast menu except for sandwiches that contained just egg or just sausage. I also ordered three drinks from the McCafe menu. Irene Jiang / Business Insider DRINKS — McCafe's selection is extensive but also can be overwhelming. I got an iced coffee, strawberry banana smoothie, and iced mocha. Irene Jiang / Business Insider ICED COFFEE, $2.69 — I didn't realize that the iced coffee came with milk added. Irene Jiang / Business Insider See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:I compared kid's meals from major fast-food chains and found Chick-fil-A and Wendy's easily defeated McDonald's iconic Happy MealPopeyes' chicken sandwich capitalized on a clear opportunity to overtake rival Chick-fil-AI compared every item from McDonald's and Wendy's breakfast menus side-by-side, and found the newcomer is better in several waysSEE ALSO: I compared every item from McDonald's and Wendy's breakfast menus side-by-side, and found the newcomer is better in several ways
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UPDATE 1-WeWork to lay off 2,400 employees globally in SoftBank revamp
WeWork said on Thursday it is laying off around 2,400 employees globally, as the office-sharing company seeks to drastically cut costs and stabilize its business after it transformed from a Wall Street darling into a pariah in a matter of weeks.
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The gold market approached 20-year highs in 2019 relative to other precious metals
CME Group By Gregor Spilker for CME Group After a few years away from the spotlight, the gold market has returned. Its performance year-to-date is up nearly 20% as investors flocked to safe haven assets in the light of trade wars and geopolitical uncertainty.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Why managing stress is the secret to a successful trading career, according to an industry vetHere’s how the natural gas and oil industry is changing communities across the USTrade wars have big impacts on tech companies. Here’s why you should follow the relationship closely
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Convicted DC priest says he was ‘too busy’ to abuse parishioners
Urbano Vazquez submitted a nine-page written letter to a judge ahead of his Friday sentencing asking for mercy at his sentencing and maintaining his innocence.
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Hong Kong bills go to Trump after passing House and Senate
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act and another bill that would block American exports of non-lethal crowd control products to the Hong Kong police force on Thursday morning, sending a strong message to Chinese leader Xi Jinping after months of pro-democracy protests in the semi-autonomous region.
Jilmar Ramos-Gomez, Marine veteran detained by ICE, sues federal government for $1M
A decorated Marine veteran and US citizen who faced possible deportation in Michigan last year is now suing the federal government for $1 million over the wrongful detention, his attorneys said. Jilmar Ramos-Gomez, who was born in Grand Rapids and served in Afghanistan, was arrested Nov. 21, 2018, for allegedly breaking into a hospital, setting...
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Tesla should shut off ‘Autopilot’ that lets drivers snooze: senator
A US senator pressed Tesla Wednesday to shut down its so-called Autopilot system until it can prevent drivers from falling asleep at the wheel. Tesla owners can trick the driver-assistance tool by simply wedging an object into the steering wheel — potentially allowing them to snooze on the road, Sen. Ed Markey said. The Massachusetts...
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Colorado District Closes All 46 Schools to Stop Spread of ‘Extremely Contagious Virus’
The Mesa County Valley School District 51 plans to keep all 46 of its schools closed on Thursday and Friday.
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Jeremy Corbyn's Labour manifesto harks back to 1940s | Larry Elliott
Party leader has taken postwar socialist ideas and added a modern populist twistLatest election news – live updatesFree broadband. Free adult learning. Free dental care. The biggest council house building programme in decade. Abolish student tuition fees and bring back maintenance grants. All paid for by squeezing the rich, raising corporation tax, making tech giants pay the exchequer a fair whack, and by borrowing more. As Jeremy Corbyn was proud to state, this was the most radical Labour party manifesto in years.One of the questions asked at the document’s launch was whether Labour wanted to turn the clock back to the 1970s. Actually, the inspiration was more Clement Attlee in 1945 than Tony Benn 30 years later. Labour’s starting point, as at the end of the second world war, was that something has gone fundamentally wrong with free-market capitalism and only a socialist transformation can put things right. Continue reading...
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Europe voices guarded optimism it has dodged U.S. car tariffs
EU trade chief Cecilia Malmstrom and ministers expressed cautious optimism on Thursday that the threat of U.S. tariffs on imported European cars had passed.
Report: Patriots' Mohamed Sanu Could Miss 'A Couple of Weeks' with Ankle Injury
New England Patriots wide receiver Mohamed Sanu may be in line to miss some game action after suffering an ankle injury during Sunday's win over the Philadelphia Eagles ...
Day 5, Part 4: Fiona Hill's opening statement
Fiona Hill, a former senior director on Russia at the National Security Council, pushed back Thursday against the unfounded theory that Ukrainian officials sought to interfere in the 2016 election, and said the Russian government spreads disinformation by operating "like a Super PAC." Watch her opening statement in the fifth day of public impeachment hearings.
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Al Gore compares climate crisis to 9/11, praises Green New Deal
Former Vice President Al Gore called climate change “the life and death struggle of people alive today,” comparing it to 9/11, Pearl Harbor and such World War II battles as Dunkirk and Midway.
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‘Entourage’ star Kevin Dillon finalizes divorce from Jane Stuart
They were married for 10 years.
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Hill: Russia gearing up to interfere in 2020 election
Fiona Hill, a former top White House official, offers a strong pushback to the claims that Ukraine may have interfered in the 2016 election.
The Durban delicacy born out of the Indian diaspora
Bunny chow is a dish of Indian origin, made uniquely African. In the self-declared capital of African curry, Durban's claim on the dish runs deep.
Famed economist David Rosenberg lays out the evidence that recession risks are alive and well — and warns a 'state of denial' has gripped the market
The details of the most recent report on US retail sales show that consumer spending — the economy's biggest driver — is not as resilient as it seems on the surface, according to David Rosenberg.  In an op-ed for Business Insider, the Gluskin Sheff chief economist laid out the most concerning areas. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. That's me in the corner That's me in the spotlightSee 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:GOLDMAN SACHS: Equity traders are expecting an economic acceleration — and these 12 stocks are best positioned to skyrocket as conditions improveA fund manager who's crushing nearly all of his peers breaks down his unique strategy for continuing to outperform during a market crashI'm a markets quant and former Goldman Sachs partner. Here's how to trade Trump and global politics into year-end.SEE ALSO: One of Wall Street's top tech analysts explains why it's time for Uber's stock to be inducted into the elite FANG group
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Why Did Apple Just Host a Campaign Event for Trump in Texas?
It wasn’t an official campaign event, but it might as well have been. When Donald Trump flew in Air Force One to Austin, Texas, on Wednesday, the president got a tour of the small factory that’s assembling Apple’s Mac Pro computers. This is the same factory that’s been churning out that model since 2013, but that fact…Read more...
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Rules for screen sex scenes issued to British directors
96 guidelines aim to create ‘clear and shared expectations’ to protect actors on setBritish film and TV directors have been issued with guidelines on simulated sex scenes and nudity, with industry figures saying they will help the UK catch up with the US and eradicate “grey areas” that leave actors vulnerable to exploitation.Directors UK, the professional association for screen directors in Britain, issued the 96 guidelines, which are meant to create “clear and shared professional expectations” with the aim that they will become standard working practice within the industry. Continue reading...
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Why the Kardashians were mentioned at today’s impeachment hearing
The Kardashians got an unlikely mention during the impeachment hearings on Thursday — as a top US diplomat detailed a conversation he overheard between a colleague and President Trump about A$AP Rocky. David Holmes, a political counselor to the US ambassadors in Ukraine, said Gordon Sondland, the US Ambassador to the European Union, and the...
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'It's life or death for us': A group of McDonald's employees filed a lawsuit accusing the chain of failing to protect workers from violence in restaurants
Reuters A group of McDonald's employees in Chicago has filed a lawsuit against the chain, they announced in a Thursday press release. The lawsuit, filed Thursday by 17 Chicago-area employees who are backed by the labor group Fight for $15, alleges that there is a "citywide and nationwide pattern" of violence in McDonald's stores and argues that profit-focused corporate decisions are compromising workers' safety.  "The incidents described in this complaint are not random or unforeseeable," the suit argues. "Rather, they are part of a citywide and nationwide pattern at McDonald's restaurants. Further, they are the result of choices made by McDonald's that undermine safety." "McDonald's takes seriously its responsibility to provide and foster a safe working environment for our employees, and along with our franchisees, continue to make investments in training programs that uphold safe environments for customers and crew members. In addition to training, McDonald's maintains stringent policies against violence in our restaurants," the company said in a statement. Sign up for Business Insider's retail newsletter, The Drive-Thru. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A group of 17 Chicago-area McDonald's workers backed by the labor group Fight for $15 filed a lawsuit against the chain on Thursday, accusing the company of being negligent when it comes to the safety of workers in its stores.  The lawsuit focuses on 13 McDonald's restaurants in the Chicago area, both corporate- and franchise-owned, and alleges that the company is aware of security issues that workers face and has made decisions that jeopardize their safety. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Hugh Hefner's Playboy empire became an iconic part of pop culture, but struggled to keep up. Here's what led to the company's rise and fall.See Also:Inside the new McDonald's CEO's quest to win over the massive fast-food giant after his predecessor's shocking exitInside the chaotic aftermath of the McDonald's CEO's shocking termination and his replacement's quest to win over workersI tried keto meals from 5 fast-food chains and found there was a huge variety in what you can getSEE ALSO: McDonald's worker says in a $5 million lawsuit that a manager pinned her against a wall in a freezer and assaulted her
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WeWork lays off 2,400 employees
Reuters Embattled office-sharing startup WeWork confirmed on Thursday that it had cut 2,400 jobs in a round of layoffs following its failed IPO attempt. WeWork began to meet with employees to announce the layoffs Thursday morning at 10 AM, a source familiar with the matter told Business Insider.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How autopilot on an airplane worksSee Also:Silicon Valley is just realizing that profitable companies are wise investments, but Austin-based Next Coast Ventures has a $130 million head-start in its second fundWeWork layoffs began on Monday, sources say, with one person calling it a 'small mercy'Read the leaked email from WeWork's chairman telling employees that layoffs will begin 'in earnest' this week
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Trump says Navy SEAL Edward Gallagher won’t lose commando unit pin
Days after pardoning a US Navy SEAL convicted of posing for a photo with the corpse of an ISIS fighter, President Trump on Thursday said he would not allow the chief petty officer to be stripped of his Trident Special Warfare pin. “The Navy will NOT be taking away Warfighter and Navy Seal Eddie Gallagher’s...
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He overheard Sondland call Trump. This is what was said
In his opening statement, David Holmes, counselor for political affairs at the US Embassy in Ukraine, describes overhearing a phone call between President Trump and Ambassador Gordon Sondland during a lunch meeting. - RSS Channel
I tasted every cheesecake at The Cheesecake Factory in one sitting and found there can be too much of a good thing
My local Cheesecake Factory has 33 flavors on its menu and I decided to try them all in one sitting.  In about two and a half hours I had devoured at least one heaping bite of every single flavor. The cheesecakes were delicious and beautiful but by the end, I felt kind of nauseous and I had a headache from eating so much sugar. I learned that you can definitely have too much of a good thing — but I still wanted more cheesecake the next day.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. With over 30 cheesecakes on the menu, a trip to The Cheesecake Factory can be overwhelming in the best way. And instead of choosing just one slice, I decided to taste every single flavor that the chain offers. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A 45-year-long study discovered trends in successful hyper-intelligent childrenSee Also:I tried every single breakfast at McDonald's and ranked them from worst to bestPhiladelphia was named the best city to visit in 2020. Here are the best things to eat there, according to a local.Interior designers reveal the 10 biggest mistakes people make when decorating a living room
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Coldplay postpones new album tour over carbon footprint concerns
The band is going from "Yellow" to "green."
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Holmes says he heard Trump ask Sondland about "investigation"
David Holmes, a U.S. State Department official in Ukraine, described during his testimony on Thursday the call he overheard between Ambassador Gordon Sondland and President Trump. According to Holmes, he sat "directly accross" from Sondland during the call, and "the president's voice was loud and recognizable." Holmes said he heard Mr. Trump ask Sondland if the Ukrainian president "was gonna do the investigation?" to which he says Sondland responded: "He's gonna do it."
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Justice Department watchdog to release report on Russia probe Dec 9
The U.S. Justice Department's internal watchdog said he expects to be able to release on Dec. 9 a long-awaited report on the origins of investigations into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
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