IT’S THE WEEKEND!
Tillerson Warns China on Trade, Territorial Claims
GOP Divided Over Monetary Policy As Fed Chief Pick Looms
Amazon offered billions in tax breaks for second U.S. headquarters
Top aide defends Trump over widow remarks
How big pharma’s money – and its politicians – feed the US opioid crisis
George W. Bush: ‘Bigotry seems emboldened’ in US
Kelly lends Trump powerful and personal credibility
Senate passes budget, clearing path for tax reform
Adobe’s Rally Offsets Apple’s Slump, Stocks Creep Toward Flatline
The Dow Jones Industrial Average was down 0.1%, the S&P 500 fell 0.1% and the Nasdaq declined 0.47%. Benchmark indexes were trading off session lows.
Oil slips but holds most recent gains on expected OPEC cuts
TheStreet Staff Recalls Black Monday and the Crash of 1987
The most bullish Apple analyst says to ‘buy into the iPhone 8 gloom and doom ahead of the iPhone X’
Opendoor Tops $1 Billion Annual Home Purchase Rate As It Expands To Orlando And Raleigh
The ultimate ‘dad shoe’ company is making big bets to be cool
FOOD – THE MEAL
GETAWAY – LONDON
An Artful Stay in London: Hotel Café Royal
Perfectly composed. That’s a fitting design brief and tag line for a London hotel in a historic building owned by the Queen.
The Wilde room especially is sumptuous. The only part of the original Café Royal (a restaurant born in 1865) that remains, it’s a portal into another, more extravagant time. Every surface that isn’t mirrored is gilded. Its red leather chairs fill every afternoon with London’s smart set, in from their offices nearby in the West End.
THE COLOR THAT’LL HAVE YOU FEELING FALL VIBES
THE MOST EXPENSIVE HOUSE IN BEVERLY HILLS IS GOING FOR $100 MILLION
The home, simply called Opus, contains seven bedrooms, eleven bathrooms, a 10-car “museum” (which has a gold Rolls-Royce Dawn and Lamborghini Aventador Roadster included in the asking price), two swimming pools, a 20-foot waterfall, a wellness center, and a full-service salon.
ART & ARCHITECTURE
10 Incredible Examples of Architecture Reclaimed by Nature
History has shown that, over the years, even the grandest architectural structures will eventually be reclaimed by the powers of vegetation. And sometimes, the result of this process is quite breathtaking.