We visited alleged Epstein ‘madam’ Ghislaine Maxwell’s upscale house in London’s Belgravia, where the superrich live, and got a taste of her lifestyle before she disappeared
LONDON — Ghislaine Maxwell, the ex-girlfriend and accused "madam" of disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein, is nowhere to be found. The New York Post published photos of her reading at an In-N-Out Burger branch in Los Angeles last week, but numerous discrepancies suggest that they might have been staged. Business Insider on Wednesday visited a street…
It looks like Apple is ready to enter the 5G arms race, which is great news if you run a business from an iPhone
iPhone users can relax. It seems they won't have to give up their beloved devices in favour of 5G, with all the signs pointing to Apple joining their competitors in embracing the new technology. Following Apple settling its differences with modem supplier Qualcomm, as well as its recent purchase of Intel's 5G smartphone-modem division, industry…
Turkey, US agree to launch first phase of Syria safe-zone plan
Turkey and the United States have agreed to launch the first phase of putting in place a safe zone in northern Syria after months of dispute over the depth of the zone and who would control it. Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar and his US counterpart Mark Esper spoke over the phone on Wednesday and agreed…
‘No point talking’: PM Khan rules out Kashmir talks with India
Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has ruled out seeking further dialogue with India over Kashmir, expressing his frustration with New Delhi over its decision to strip the region of its autonomy earlier this month. "There is no point in talking to them. I mean, I have done all the talking," he told the New York Times…
2 big numbers — $4 billion and $47 billion — sum up WeWork’s business model and the risky reason it could collapse in a recession
The paperwork WeWork filed last week ahead of its planned public offering had lots of numbers in it. But two sets of related figures stood out: $4 billion and $47.2 billion on the one hand, and 15 months and 15 years on the other. The first pair of figures represents lease obligations: $4 billion is…