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Sat, 24 Sep 2016 17:24:01 GMT

Business Insider

Donald Trump unleashes on 'dopey' Mark Cuban, threatens to seat ex-Bill Clinton mistress next to him at debate
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Trump recently addressed Cuban's criticism in an interview with Fox Business host Maria Bartiromo, insisting that Cuban tweets constantly at him and promising to show the host all of the messages. The NBA owner is known for his courtside antics at ...

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Sat, 24 Sep 2016 17:15:32 GMT

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Everything we know about Snapchat's new camera glasses
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On Friday the company officially renamed itself to Snap Inc. and announced a pair of camera-equipped sunglasses called Spectacles. After Business Insider obtained and published a video of the glasses in action, Snap officially announced the news in The ...
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Sat, 24 Sep 2016 18:04:08 GMT

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There's something really bizarre about how Clinton's preparing to debate Trump
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Another researcher, Scott Lilienfeld, who studies and teaches the psychology of personality at Emory, told Business Insider he also could not point to any particular advice psychologists could offer Clinton in taking on Trump — beyond what he called ...

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Sat, 24 Sep 2016 15:03:56 GMT

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Jeremy Corbyn refuses rule out the possibility that some Labour MPs could lose their job
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Jeremy Corbyn The leader of Britain's opposition Labour Party, Jeremy Corbyn, reacts after the announcement of his victory in the party's leadership election, in Liverpool, Britain September 24, 2016. Peter Nicholls/Reuters. Jeremy Corbyn has vowed to ...

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Sat, 24 Sep 2016 17:23:20 GMT

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'This is not a normal election year': New York Times delivers full-throated endorsement of Hillary Clinton
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The New York Times editorial board delivered a hearty endorsement of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton on Saturday, while calling Donald Trump the "worst nominee" put forward by a major party in American history. The Times' board said it ...

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Fri, 23 Sep 2016 13:45:53 GMT

Forbes

Three Light Bulb Moments That Became Brilliant Business Ideas
Forbes
Light bulb moments; we've all had them, sudden flashes of inspiration and the realisation that the solution to a problem is staring us in the face. Entrepreneurs have them too; only theirs are often the basis of their next business idea, some of which ...

Sat, 24 Sep 2016 17:04:19 GMT

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Palmer Luckey denies writing blog posts slamming Clinton, says he's not voting for Trump
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Facebook-owned Oculus VR, the folks behind the Oculus Rift, are in the middle of a public relations nightmare. It was revealed this week that 24-year-old millionaire and creator of the Oculus Rift, Oculus VR's main product, contributed $10,000 to a ...

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Sat, 24 Sep 2016 12:52:11 GMT

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Apple may be shopping for car companies, but Tesla shouldn't be on its list
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Last week, rumors circulated that Apple was investigating an investment in or an acquisition of British supercar maker and Formula 1 powerhouse McLaren. McLaren said that the reporting was off the mark, but it's obvious to anyone paying attention that ...

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Sat, 24 Sep 2016 15:03:11 GMT

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Why you should never use alcohol to help you fall asleep, according to science
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"If you drink alcohol before bed, it actually makes you fall asleep faster and sleep deeper, but then your body starts to metabolize that alcohol, and you'll go through withdrawal," Thomas Roth, director of the Henry Ford Sleep Research Center , told ...

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Fri, 23 Sep 2016 22:57:00 GMT

CNBC

Cramer Remix: Presidential debate won't be good for business
CNBC
Jim Cramer saw oil play out its same pattern of prices rising on rumors of an oil output deal, and then falling when it does not happen. Rather than pull his hair out worrying about it, he kept China and earnings on his radar for next week. "In October ...

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