Tuesday January 9, 2018
“People who say it cannot be done should not interrupt those who are doing it.” –George Bernard Shaw
Hoping for a new start, Britain’s May appoints new Conservative Party head
Burning tanker off Chinese coast ‘in danger of exploding’
SWB MIDDLE EAST
In jab at rivals, Rouhani says Iran protests about more than economy
Somaliland passes first law against rape
SWB LATIN AMERICA
White House says 200,000 Salvadoreans must leave the US
Amid Signs of a Thaw in North Korea, Tensions Bubble Up
U.S. security experts back Iran nuclear deal, as Trump faces deadlines
U.S. Equity Melt-Up Already Obliterating Analysts’ 2018 Targets
Dem hopefuls flock to Iowa
Bannon finds his regrets aren’t good enough for Trump
Special Counsel Mueller Weighs Seeking Interview With Trump
S&P 500, Nasdaq Trade Higher as Dow Fights for Gains
Oil mostly flat as rising U.S. output offsets OPEC worries
Why the Bears Won’t Win at Tesla
Cryptocurrencies Are Selling Off
Crypto Stock That Surged 900 Percent in 2017 Gets SEC Suspension
In North Korea, Hackers Mine Cryptocurrency Abroad
iPhones and Children Are a Toxic Pair, Say Two Big Apple Investors
San Francisco’s housing market is so dire that renters are paying $1,100 a month to live in converted living rooms
Luxury brands are cleaning up their image — and it could be bad news for TJ Maxx
Today’s Must-Reads For Entrepreneurs: Why Instagram Marketing Is Getting Harder
It is getting much more expensive to build a business on Instagram: “Facebook and Instagram have gobbled up other forms of advertising over the past few years with their ability to access vast numbers of potential consumers – specifically targeted by their demographics – at relatively low cost.
Successful People Always Chase the Impossible — Here’s Why
Is it ever time to stop chasing perfection? No. Chasing perfection is the opposite of a hamster wheel or rat race. It’s about your never-ending pursuit of happiness. The sooner in life that we master the flexible mindset needed for continuous evolution, the better.
GIANNI VERSACE’S INFAMOUS MIAMI MANSION IS NOW A LUXURY HOTEL
In 1992, Versace purchased the original house for $2.95 million and the Revere Hotel next door for $3.7 million. He spent an astonishing $32 million on renovations that included demolishing the Revere to make way for a pool, garden, and new south wing of the home.
The anti ‘it bag’ you’ll want to invest in.
Wearing: Matin top, Camilla and Marc jeans, Rylan velvet bag
Handmade and in limited quantities are two of the qualities that will make Rylan so successful.
Move over logo bag, you’re so 2017.
ART AND CULTURE
Victoria and Abdul: The Real Story Behind the Queen’s Most Unlikely Friendship
We’ve all heard of Victoria and Albert. Their marriage was the love story of all royal love stories, brought to life in the recent PBS series Victoria. But there was another confidante of Victoria’s—a man named Abdul Karim—whose relationship with the Queen was lesser-known, yet wildly fascinating.