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SWB/Today’s Conversations: Harvey’s Path of Destruction Continues; Kode with Klossy NYC Inspired New Office

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SWB/Today’s Conversations: Harvey’s Path of Destruction Continues; Kode with Klossy NYC Inspired New Office

August 28, 2017      In NEWS ASTIR Comments Off on SWB/Today’s Conversations: Harvey’s Path of Destruction Continues; Kode with Klossy NYC Inspired New Office

BREAKFAST talk

 SOMETHING SWEET TO COMFORT


NEWS


WORLD

North Korea fires missile over Japan: Japanese government

REUTERS


HEADLINES

WSJ

Harvey to Hit Houston Again

READ


REUTERS

Oil markets roiled by Storm Harvey; U.S. dollar extends fall

READ


BLOOMBERG

Harvey Pounds Texas as Epic Flooding Paralyzes Houston

READ


BBC

Storm Harvey: ‘Catastrophic’ flooding expected to worsen

READ


THE GUARDIAN

Tropical storm Harvey: 30,000 people will need shelter after flooding in Texas – live

READ


POLITICS

White House reverses Obama ban on police getting military equipment

THE HILL

Abbott: Trump won’t travel to Houston during his Texas visit

POLITICO


MARKETS

Stocks Close Mixed as Wall Street Struggles With Houston’s Harvey Disaster

The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 7 points, or 0.04%, and the S&P 500 rose 0.04%. The Nasdaq rose 0.28%.

THE STREET


  • OIL

South Texas oil and gas drillers shares drop as Harvey forces field closures

CNBC


  • INVESTING

Amazon: Why It Is About More Than Just Groceries

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SECTORS

  • TECH

Apple will reportedly announce the next iPhone on September 12

TECH INSIDER


  • REAL ESTATE

Corporations are killing suburban office parks, so people have started living in them

BI


  • RETAIL

Amazon just made shopping at Whole Foods cheaper — here’s exactly how much you’ll save on each item

BI


 INSPIRED


ENTREPRENEUR

Karlie Kloss Debuts Her New Kode With Klossy Offices in New York City

 

Karlie Kloss took her very first coding class three years ago. In 2014, the now-25-year-old model had a short break before fashion week and decided to attend a boot camp at New York City’s Flatiron School. It was meant to serve as a challenge for Kloss—not to inspire a new career.

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STARTUP/OVER

Meet the ‘Shark Tank’ Co-Founders Giving Remote Work to Military Spouses

Boot camp for bootstrappers.

We started in 2011 in my garage. Each of us put in $2,000. We’d sell five bags to make the next 10 bags, and 10 bags to make the next 20. We built the network of Remote Riveters organically, with friends who wanted to make a little money.  2016 REVENUE: $2.4 million.   R.RIVETER

INC


 LIFESTYLE


 DIY HOME

The Art-Hanging Trend That’s Reinventing Bookcases

“We like to include art both in and over top of shelves—it helps to create a more layered and artistic vibe,” says New York–based designer Dan Mazzarini of BHDM Design. “My recommendation is to do a larger scale piece; they tend to sit better over multiple shelves.”

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THE PERUSE

A First Look at Project 62, Target’s Newest Furniture Line

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SWB LIFE – ART

Charleston Reopens the South’s Oldest Art Museum

Original marble-tile floors were stripped of linoleum and carpet.
The historic Gibbes Museum of Art in Charleston, South Carolina, reopened late last month following the $13.5 million overhaul of its stately 1905 Beaux Arts home—the South’s oldest museum building.
“The Things We Carry: Contemporary Art in the South” explores the region’s complicated racial legacy, among other hot-button topics.
“The Things We Carry: Contemporary Art in the South” explores the region’s complicated racial legacy, among other hot-button topics.

COCKTAIL hour

Mojito Sangria Recipe


edgy, controversial, fun talk

When Is It Okay To Consider Your Feelings Before The Facts?

FORBES


The concept of schizophrenia is coming to an end – here’s why

THE CONVERSATION


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