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‘Captain America’ Actor Says He Was Tackled By A ‘Very Famous Rapper’ During His Worst Audition
Friday, 30 May 2014 10:18
When “Captain America: The Winter Soldier” came to theaters this April, Anthony Mackie broke out as new superhero favorite, The Falcon.  Before joining the Marvel team, things weren’t always so smooth for the actor.  In a web exclusive video for “The Tonight Show,” Mackie detailed his worst audition ever involving a a fight he got into with a rapper.  “I auditioned for a very famous rapper who was directing a movie and he came in during the
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Bank Of America Merrill Lynch Is 'Comfortable With The Thrust' Of Piketty's Analysis
Friday, 30 May 2014 10:12
Bank of America Merrill Lynch is siding with Thomas Piketty, the French economist whose data on inequality was recently questioned by the Financial Times. "We are aware of the controversy over Piketty’s math (see the FT Money Supply blog), but are generally comfortable with the thrust of his analysis, having read his 577-pager, looked at his (problematic) spreadsheets, and cross-checked his data with alternative, credible sources," write BofA Merrill Lynch's Ajay Kapur. "His questionable
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Apple Stock Is Going Through The Roof As People Figure Out Just How Massive The iPhone 6 Launch Will Be (AAPL)
Friday, 30 May 2014 10:01
People are slowly realizing that Apple's new iPhone 6, expected in the fall, is going to be so much more massive than iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, and iPhone 5C were — and it's showing in the stock. Apple stock is nearly at $640 this morning. It started the year at $553 and hit a humbling low of $499 in January 2013 when people began to suggest that maybe Apple was losing its mojo: Since then, it has become clear that iPhone 6, with its rumored bigger screen, is likely to drive a massive number
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Google's Abigail Posner Shares What The Company Looks For When Hiring
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:58
Google disclosed its diversity numbers on Wednesday, confirming that white men still dominate Silicon Valley. A whopping 70% of its 46,170 employees worldwide are men and 61% of its staff is white. Knowing that the company is committed to improving those stats, and will likely be upping its hiring efforts and changing its recruiting strategy, we checked in with one of Google's female leaders, Abigail Posner, who is the company's head of strategic planning. Posner, who's been
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Are Beats Headphones Really That Bad? Turns Out They're The Only Headphones Teens Prefer Over Apple's (AAPL)
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:54
Apple recently bought Beats, the maker of the pricey headphones and a streaming music service, for $3 billion.  The headphones have received pretty negative reviews, but it turns out that teens absolutely love them — likely for the status symbol. I have to admit, I bought Beats by Dr. Dre headphones because I thought people would think I was cool. I used them for about a month, realized they weren't good, and ended up giving them to a friend for free. This friend was incredibly
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Here's The Incredible Argument For Why New Grads Shouldn't Work On Wall Street
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:42
Numbers show that the majority of elite college graduates consider success to be landing a job in finance, consulting, or law in a thriving city like New York, San Francisco, or D.C. Venture for America founder Andrew Yang thinks this is a serious problem for the United States. Too many smart, talented young people are convinced that the only way to validate their education is by following the pack, Yang argues. That means there's not enough talent flowing to businesses that create jobs and
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Here's The Incredible Argument For Why The US Desperately Needs More Young Entrepreneurs
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:42
Numbers show that the majority of elite college graduates consider success to be landing a job in finance, consulting, or law in a thriving city like New York, San Francisco, or D.C. Venture for America founder Andrew Yang thinks this is a serious problem for the United States. Too many smart, talented young people are convinced that the only way to validate their education is by following the pack, Yang argues. That means there's not enough talent flowing to businesses that create jobs and
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Peter Thiel's Infamous Interview Question Is Now The Basis Of The 'Tinder For Jobs' App
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:41
Venture Capitalist Peter Thiel always asks one question when interviewing potential candidates for a job: "What is something you believe that nearly no one agrees with you on?" That same question is now the basis of Blonk, the app billed as the "Tinder for jobs" that pairs job seekers and employers in a matchmaking process. Users who are looking for a job swipe through job openings and can decide if they're interested. Employers can swipe through users to find potential candidates. And if
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Here's Why Steve Ballmer Buying The Clippers Is Making Madison Square Garden Shares Surge (MSG)
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:37
It's a big crossover day for sports and finance, and shares of Madison Square Garden are soaring. Madison Square Garden is the holding company that owns both the New York Rangers and New York Knicks, both of whom play their homes games at the Garden. The stock trades under the ticker 'MSG.' The main catalyst behind the 3% move in the stock, however, appears to be the sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer for $2 billion. According to theflyonthewall.com, analysts
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HOUSE OF THE DAY: Billionaire Jon Huntsman Sr. Cuts Another $10 Million Off The Price Of His Awesome Utah Ski Chalet
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:34
This beautiful Park City, Utah log cabin belongs to the billionaire father of onetime presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman. But Jon Huntsman Sr., founder of Huntsman Corp. and a major philanthropist, is having a tough time unloading the property, which first hit the market in 2009 with a $55 million asking price. He's now lowered the price on the 12-bedroom, 22,000-square-foot "chalet" to $34 million, according to The Wall Street Journal. "I went a little bit overboard when I built the thing,
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Sale Of Los Angeles Clippers To Steve Ballmer May Not Be A Done Deal
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:32
Shelly Sterling, Donald Sterling's wife, has announced that the Los Angeles Clippers have been sold to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. But despite the announcement, the sale may be far from done and there is still a chance it will never happen at all. The biggest problem for Shelly Sterling and Ballmer is that Donald Sterling is still the owner of the Clippers and he has vowed to fight the sale of the team "to the bloody end" even though he previously sent a letter to the NBA giving his
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9 Tips To Manage Multiple Credit Cards, From A Top Credit Expert
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:25
John Ulzheimer has 13 credit cards, but he's never paid a cent in interest, his credit score stays above 800, and he's never dug his way out of consumer debt. That's because he knows exactly what he's doing. Ulzheimer, credit expert at CreditSesame.com, has over 23 years of experience in the consumer credit industry and has even worked for credit bureau Equifax and for FICO, the creators of the most widely used credit score in the country. "The initial strategy wasn't to just open a bunch of
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Pizza Hut's Menu Is Getting A High-End Makeover For Millennials
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:25
Pizza Hut is getting classy.  The brand is shedding its junk food image with a hand-tossed crust pizza and premium ingredients like fresh garlic and parmesan, writes Maureen Morrison at AdAge.  The new menu includes a garlic-parmesan sauce pizza "featuring toppings like roasted vegetable and chicken bacon tomato," according to Eater.  Pizza Hut is also heavily promoting a barbecue chicken pizza endorsed by country singer Blake Shelton.  Pizza Hut hopes the new menu will
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Ibrahim al-Amin’s full speech before the STL
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:21
Al-Akhbar editor-in-chief Ibrahim al-Amin speaks to Al-Jadeed from his office after walking out of his STL hearing. (Photo: Al-Akhbar) By: Ibrahim al-Amin Published Thursday, May 29, 2014 Editor’s note: The following statement is the full version of a speech prepared by Al-Akhbar‘s editor-in-chief Ibrahim al-Amin to be delivered to the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) Thursday during a preliminary session into […]

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What Priscilla Chan Really Thinks About Her Husband Mark Zuckerberg's Hoodies
Friday, 30 May 2014 09:11
Mark Zuckerberg's go-to outfit is a hoodie. What does his wife, Priscilla Chan, think about that? She told Today Show anchor Savannah Gunthrie that the hoodies are always clean, and they've vastly improved over the years, so she's OK with his wardrobe choice. "He has graduated to a nicer hoodie. The main quality about this hoodie that's nicer is that it's softer, so he's really excited about that," she said. "I'm happy with whatever he wants to wear, as long as it's appropriate for where we're
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