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President Trump’s campaign will blacklist reporters from Bloomberg Media, which is owned by Democratic hopeful Michael Bloomberg. The campaign said the ban was in response to Bloomberg Media’s decision to stop investigating the Democratic candidates opposing Michael Bloomberg.

Warren Buffett has 128 billion reasons to make a deal. Yet even with Berkshire Hathaway’s 12-figure cash pile, Buffett still lost out on an acquisition to Apollo Global Management.

Is Normani the next Beyoncé? Her 3 billion streams and breakout year suggest she is well on her way.

“America has always loved the bargain,” said Mark Butler, the onetime billionaire and cofounder of Ollie’s Bargain Outlet. He unexpectedly died last weekend. “It will never ever, ever go out of style. Ever.”

A super heavyweight is striding into the fight to come up with the nation’s most popular fried chicken: McDonald’s is testing out its new Crispy Chicken Sandwich in Houston and Knoxville, Tennessee.

Cities hate electric scooters. And they’ve received a particularly frosty reception in Europe, leaving startups like TIER Mobility to consider the best route forward. “I think in some cities, dialogue is missing,” says Philipp Haas, a TIER vice president. “Not from the competitors or the operators but from the side the cities.”

What can the media do with stories about cannibals, time travelers and ant men? The world will soon find out when a slew of stories from Agatha Christie, Edgar Rice Burroughs, H.G. Wells and H.P. Lovecraft enter the public domain.

#MeToo made a lot of companies cautious about throwing holiday parties. Their wariness seems to have faded—with little indication that many learned lasting lessons.


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How Fiona Hill’s Impeachment Hearing Testimony Is A Master Class In Negotiation

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President Trump’s campaign will blacklist reporters from Bloomberg Media, which is owned by Democratic hopeful Michael Bloomberg. The campaign said the ban was in response to Bloomberg Media’s decision to stop investigating the Democratic candidates opposing Michael Bloomberg.

Warren Buffett has 128 billion reasons to make a deal. Yet even with Berkshire Hathaway’s 12-figure cash pile, Buffett still lost out on an acquisition to Apollo Global Management.

Is Normani the next Beyoncé? Her 3 billion streams and breakout year suggest she is well on her way.

“America has always loved the bargain,” said Mark Butler, the onetime billionaire and cofounder of Ollie’s Bargain Outlet. He unexpectedly died last weekend. “It will never ever, ever go out of style. Ever.”

A super heavyweight is striding into the fight to come up with the nation’s most popular fried chicken: McDonald’s is testing out its new Crispy Chicken Sandwich in Houston and Knoxville, Tennessee.

Cities hate electric scooters. And they’ve received a particularly frosty reception in Europe, leaving startups like TIER Mobility to consider the best route forward. “I think in some cities, dialogue is missing,” says Philipp Haas, a TIER vice president. “Not from the competitors or the operators but from the side the cities.”

What can the media do with stories about cannibals, time travelers and ant men? The world will soon find out when a slew of stories from Agatha Christie, Edgar Rice Burroughs, H.G. Wells and H.P. Lovecraft enter the public domain.

#MeToo made a lot of companies cautious about throwing holiday parties. Their wariness seems to have faded—with little indication that many learned lasting lessons.


Today’s Daily Cover Story

30 Under 30: Class Of 2020

600 innovators in 20 industries all changing the world forever. See who made the list.


How Fiona Hill’s Impeachment Hearing Testimony Is A Master Class In Negotiation

Fiona Hill, a former National Security Council official, was negotiating the veracity of facts with elected officials in situations that were overtly hostile toward her point of view. Every leader needs to know how to express resiliency, poise and steadiness in the face of aggression, and Hill showed us one way of doing just that.



Here Are The Countries On The Brink Of Recession Going Into 2020

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