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Elon Musk clarifies earlier remarks, says he doesn’t hate Apple

Elon Musk has taken to Twitter to clarify statements he made in an interview with Handelsblatt last month where he basically said that Apple is the “Telsa Graveyard”. Today he explained that he doesn’t hate the iPhone maker and that it’s “a great company with a lot of talented people.” Right. To be fair, in the Handelsblatt interview, Musk […]

Toronto Blue Jays Have A Problem With High-Priced Bats

The Blue Jays have lots of powerful bats, and they're the problem as to why the team can't win big.

What $2,500/Month Rents You in San Francisco

Welcome to Curbed Comparisons, a column that explores what a person can rent for a set dollar amount in various San Francisco neighborhoods. Is one man's studio another man's townhouse? Let's find out! Today's price: $2,500. Click here to view...

As World "Recovers", China's Economic Weakness Spreads Wider & Deeper In September

While much of this latest round of exuberant short-squeezing stocks and hot money flows into EM FX is driven by a Fed that is scared of its own shadow, the underlying meme has been that China is "stabilizing"... that everything will land softly... Show More Summary

Another Petro-State Throws In The Towel: The Last Nail In The Petrodollar Coffin

Submitted by Eugen von Böhm-Bawerk of Another Petro-State Throws In The Towel - The Last Nail In The Petrodollar coffin Source: Norwegian Ministry of Finance, According to the proposed budget submitted by the current ‘blue-blue’ government the Norwegian deficit will reach another record high in 2016. Show More Summary

Windows will add support for the North Korea time zone on October 20

North Korean Windows fans, rejoice! Microsoft announced today that a Windows update coming on Oct. 20 will allow Windows users to align their PCs with the recently announced North Korea time zone. “Democratic People’s Republic of Korea has implemented its own time zone with UTC +8:30,” Microsoft wrote today in a short post on its […]

Elon Musk throws more shade at Apple while apologizing for 'Tesla graveyard' insult

Elon just keeps on being Elon Elon Musk walked back one of the most magnificent pieces of business shade ever thrown, which he made earlier Friday: about engineers who work at Apple only when they've been fired from Tesla Alas, Musk disavowed his earlier comments, albeit with lefthand compliments Yo, I don't hate Apple. Show More Summary

Rand Paul filibusters the Patriot Act

Rand Paul began speaking at 1:18 p.m. EST 5/20/2015 10:18 The filibuster has been going on for days hours minutes seconds

FBI Issues Warning About New Credit Cards - Then Removes It At the Urging of Banks

The FBI issued an advisory about security risks related to new chip-enabled credit cards -- but then removed the advisory from the web. Here is what you need to know.

Brown OKs bill implementing state-paid healthcare for kids in U.S. illegally

A new law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown Friday cements California's expansion of public healthcare to children who are in the country illegally, underscoring the state's immigrant-friendly tilt. The measure implements the $40 million allocated in this year's budget to provide state-subsidized Medi-Cal...

How ecotourists actually make things worse for wildlife

Sometimes it seems humans just can’t do anything right. The well-intentioned, conservation-minded people who spend millions of dollars a year on ecotourism might be making the very critters they’re trying to preserve more vulnerable to predators. That’s the warning from a group of ecologists working...

Clinton and #BlackLivesMatter Leaders Meet to Talk Race

That the meeting happened at all shows just how powerful the #BlackLivesMatter movement has become—as well as, the social media platforms that spawned it. The post Clinton and #BlackLivesMatter Leaders Meet to Talk Race appeared first on WIRED.

Music, girl power and selfies forever: This week from HS Insider

We are starting a new weekly roundup of stories from High School Insider, a site where students post their stories on More than 100 Southern California schools participate. If you - or your students - have important stories to tell and would like to participate, check out this link...

California Enacts New Digital Privacy Laws

California governor Jerry Brown has signed into law the strongest digital privacy rules in the U.S. A new set of laws is giving Californians the strongest digital privacy rights in the U.S. The Electronic Communication Privacy Act, signed...Show More Summary

Exchange Your Skills For Free Services With A Different Kind Of Bank: A Time Bank

A new sharing economy app actually involves sharing. Instead of paying for a service—whether you need an accountant or carpenter or Spanish lessons—imagine you pay with something else: your own time. Each hour you give your skills to someone else, you earn an hour you can spend with someone else. Read Full Story

Bombardier says in talks with North American airlines on CSeries jet orders

TORONTO (Reuters) - Canada's Bombardier Inc said on Friday it is in advanced discussions to sell its new CSeries jet to airlines in North America, without identifying the airlines. "We are in some pretty advanced discussions," said Bombardier spokeswoman Marianella de la Barrera. Show More Summary

Ferrari's U.S. IPO to raise as much as $900 million

(Reuters) - Ferrari, a unit of Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, said its U.S. IPO was priced at $48-$52 per share. The offering of 17.2 million shares is expected to raise up to $900 million. The luxury car maker expects to list on the New...Show More Summary

Game 1 Of ALDS Between Rangers And Blue Jays Most-Watched Game In SportsNet History

While ratings dipped in the U.S. compared to last year, Game 1 of the ALDS between the Rangers and Blue Jays was a smash in Canada while Toronto returns to the postseason for the first time in 21 years.

Nomura on September CPI

Yesterday I posted some comments by Merrill Lynch economists on September CPI. Here is the take of economists at Nomura: "Given the recent tightening in labor markets, higher wages in the health care sector and continued declines inShow More Summary

How Lauren The Recruiter Helped Michael Get His Dream Job

Michael was desperately unhappy at work, but then the recruiter Lauren showed up with an opportunity that raised Michael's hopes.

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