Tag: ehesive

  • Fashion Industry Influence On Politics And Culture

    by levent

    Political dressing is fashionable right now, but is it fashion? Celebrities and stars turned up dressed in black at the 75th Golden Globes Award ceremony. Instantly the media was in frenzy over what they dubbed “political fashion statements on the red carpet.” This is just the most recent droplet of a rainy season of purportedly […]

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  • Where Are The Nuclear Weapons In The World

    by levent

    The Pentagon has outlined how it wants to revamp the US nuclear arsenal, and develop new low-yield bombs, largely in response to the threat from Russia. Reality Check looks into where the world’s nuclear weapons are located and who owns them. While the global stockpile of nuclear weapons has shrunk significantly since the Cold War, […]

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  • Travel Elite And Their Entourages

    by levent

    For Catherine Richey, being a personal chef doesn’t mean being cooped up in someone’s kitchen, slaving over gourmet meals at their every beck and call. Sometimes it means free travel for her and her whole family as part of her boss’s exclusive entourage. “My client wanted me to cook for them at their ranch one Christmas. […]

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  • Comedy Club Brand The Improv Has Been Acquierd By Levity Entertainment Group

    by levent

    Booking and comedy entertainment firm Levity Entertainment Group has acquired comedy club brand The Improv, a 54-year-old comedy chain and video company owned by Budd Friedman and Mark Lonow. Azoff MSG Entertainment owns 50 percent of Levity Entertainment Group, buying a stake of the firm in 2014shortly after music manager and mogul Irving Azoff formed a joint venture with MSG Chairman James Dolan. Purchasing The […]

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  • Woodpeckers Could Teach NFL How To Prevent Brain Injuries

    by levent

    Woodpeckers repeatedly whack their heads against trees with a force 10 times that of a concussion-inducing football tackle, yet they seem no worse for the wear. That has inspired some athletic companies to model helmets and neck collars on the head-banging birds. But woodpeckers may not be immune to head trauma after all. A new study […]

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  • All Businesses Google’s Parent Company Owns And How They Contribute To Revenue

    by levent

    Alphabet has more than a dozen different businesses, but it’s still an advertising company through-and-through, as this chart shows. The company reported fourth quarter earnings on Thursday, which revealed that it still makes 84 percent of its revenue from advertising, with 14.5 percent coming from the likes of its cloud unit and hardware, and 1.2 percent coming from […]

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  • Davos Experts Warns About Future Technology

    by levent

    At the recently concluded annual meeting of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, that brought together world leaders and top thinkers in different fields, a panel on the dangers of emerging technology raised some strong alarms. The January 25th panel “Future Shocks: Rogue Technology” featured the chairman and CEO of Salesforce Marc R. Benioff, the director of […]

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  • EU Launched Ethereum Blockchain For Observatory and Forum

    by levent

    ConsenSys, one of the most prominent startups in the ethereum ecosystem, will work with the European Commission on its EU Blockchain Observatory and Forum, which officially launched Thursday. The Commission first announced the initiative last spring, citing its desire to expand institutional knowledge of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies. “As an important actor in the blockchain community, ConsenSys […]

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  • Bitcoins Drop Cause Trouble For Altcoin Holders

    by levent

    A glance at Coinmarketcap’s top fifty cryptocurrency asset prices Friday reveals even Ether (ETH) to have lost around 7% more than Bitcoin’s 15.5% daily minuses. Ripple shed 31%, Bitcoin Cash 20% and Cardano 37%, putting it just behind Ardor’s 39% as the top fifty’s biggest loser as of press time. The only asset to buck the trend […]

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  • Mark Zuckerberg Doesnt Want To Edit News On Facebook Since Users Can Do It Better

    by levent

    Mark Zuckerberg says he doesn’t want to censor the news on Facebook because users are best-positioned to judge the credibility of content. “What we try to do is get our community to tell us what matters to them. … People are smart. They know what they want and what’s good. And they can tell us that […]

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