Bio, info, photos of Kim Yo Jong, North Korea’s most powerful woman – Business Insider

Bio, info, photos of Kim Yo Jong, North Korea’s most powerful woman – Business...

Kim Jong Un's younger sister and right-hand-woman, Kim Yo Jong, is a mysterious figure whose life has piqued international curiosity. The 30-something-year-old was seen in her brother's bizarre photoshoot riding a white horse on a historically meaningful mountain. She has rapidly become North Korea's most powerful woman, who is frequently seen side-by-side with her brother…
The Reddit geek who raked in $100,000 with 2 trades is ‘taking a small break’

The Reddit geek who raked in $100,000 with 2 trades is ‘taking a small...

Reddit The Reddit geek who raked in more than $100,000 with two trades is taking a break from investing. Eddie Choi turned less than $800 into nearly $108,000 by purchasing puts on Roku stock and SPY — the S&P 500 exchange-traded fund — then profiting enormously when they fell, Bloomberg reported. Choi returned to WallStreetBets,…
The 5 execs Larry Ellison and insiders say could be Oracle co-CEO – Business Insider

The 5 execs Larry Ellison and insiders say could be Oracle co-CEO – Business...

On Friday, October 18, Oracle announced that CEO Mark Hurd passed away at the age of 62. This story was originally published after he left on medical leave, and is presented as it appeared at that time. When Oracle CEO Mark Hurd went on medical leave last month, there was speculation that Safra Catz would…
Boeing knew about problems with 737 Max, according to messages – Business Insider

Boeing knew about problems with 737 Max, according to messages – Business Insider

Boeing's chief technical pilot on the 737 Max project told another employee in 2016 that there were "egregious" problems with the jet's automated MCAS system. The pilot made those observations at least two years before the first of two deadly crashes involving the 737 Max, in October 2018 and in March 2019. Internal instant messages…
Apple surpasses Microsoft as the world’s most valuable company (AAPL, MSFT)

Apple surpasses Microsoft as the world’s most valuable company (AAPL, MSFT)

Getty Apple passed Microsoft on a market capitalization basis on Friday to take back the crown as the world's most valuable company. The iPhone maker was valued at roughly $1.065 trillion as of 11:20 a.m. ET Friday, just edging past Microsoft's $1.063 trillion valuation. Apple stock has surged in recent weeks as numerous analysts anticipate…
WeWork valuation may drop below $8 billion in Softbank bailout: report – Business Insider

WeWork valuation may drop below $8 billion in Softbank bailout: report – Business Insider

SoftBank is reportedly eyeing a plan to rescue WeWork from its precarious financial situation that would value the company below $8 billion, according to a new report from Bloomberg. The embattled office-sharing company is weighing competing bailout plans from SoftBank and JPMorgan in order to avoid running out of cash, which could reportedly happen as…
EXPLAINER: How much does Tesla CEO Elon Musk get paid? And why? – Business Insider

EXPLAINER: How much does Tesla CEO Elon Musk get paid? And why? – Business...

Recent filings from a lawsuit against Elon Musk suggest that he testified that he is "financially illiquid," despite an estimated $23.7 billion net worth. Top corporate executives like Musk often receive most or even all of their compensation in the form of potentially illiquid stock or options in the companies they lead, rather than in…
SpaceX wants to launch 42,000 Starlink satellites over the next decade – Business Insider

SpaceX wants to launch 42,000 Starlink satellites over the next decade – Business Insider

SpaceX wants to surround Earth with a fleet of internet satellites called Starlink. Original plans called for launching nearly 12,000 satellites over the next 8 years or so. However, Space News reports that SpaceX has asked to launch 30,000 more satellites for a maximum of 42,000. That's about 20 times the number of working satellites today…
Colleges and universities track web activity of potential applicants – Business Insider

Colleges and universities track web activity of potential applicants – Business Insider

Colleges are increasingly turning to tracking software to learn more about potential applicants, according to a new report in The Washington Post. At least 44 public and private US colleges reportedly work with consulting firms to help track this data. Schools can build profiles on applicants that predict how likely they are to need financial…
Former top Navy SEAL says the US is ‘under attack from the president’ – Business Insider

Former top Navy SEAL says the US is ‘under attack from the president’ –...

The retired US Navy Adm. William McRaven, a Navy SEAL who oversaw the raid that took out al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden in 2011, gave a bleak assessment of President Donald Trump and alleged the commander in chief was gutting the country of the "nation's principles." In his fiercest condemnation against the president yet, McRaven…

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