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Here Are 10 Books JPMorgan Recommends You Add To Your Summer Reading List
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:56
JPMorgan just released its 15th annual summer reading list.  Every year, the firm compiles book suggestions from their advisors all over the world. From more than 500 entries, the bank narrows it down to just ten titles they think are timely and innovative. We've included the ten books in the slides that follow. Art & Place: Site-Specific Art of the Americas Author(s): Editors of Phaidon Description: "From the world’s premier publisher of books on the visual arts comes a
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We've Been Asking Bankers — 'What's The Saddest Bank On Wall Street Right Now?'
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:54
There hasn't been good news on Wall Street from anyone at any bank since 2013, when the S&P soared and the promises of a choppy market in 2014 seemed too far away to be believed. But the promises were kept. Only recently has the market started eeking out those once familiar 'all-time highs' again after a whipsaw winter, and it's too late. Jamie Dimon says JP Morgan is going to help save Detroit, but who's going to save banks from falling trading revenues? Everyone is expecting a decline
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Cancelled 'Community' May Get Revived On Hulu
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:51
If you were bummed by NBC's recent cancellation of "Community," there's hope for more Greendale antics. A sixth season may be heading to Hulu. Deadline reports the streaming service is currently in talks with Sony Pictures TV which produces the series to bring it online. The quirky comedy starring Joel McHale and Alison Brie was on the bubble at NBC for some time. Behind-the-scenes, showrunner Dan Harmon was ousted at the end of season 3 (before being asked to return for season 5) and the
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'Clueless' Actress Stacey Dash Joins Fox News
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:50
You may remember actress Stacey Dash for her role as "Dionne" in the 1995 hit, "Clueless."But now it's time for the 47-year-old actress to hang up her headbands as she just signed on as a contributor for Fox News. In her latest role, Dash will offer cultural analysis and commentary across daytime and primetime. But the actress is no stranger to speaking her mind. On her Twitter account, Dash is known for her openly conservative viewpoints that she shares with her nearly 500,000 followers.
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Why The Snapchat CEO’s Sleazy College Emails Really Do Matter
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:49
There are two ways to look at the sleazy emails Snapchat CEO Evan Spiegal wrote when he was the social coordinator of his fraternity at Stanford. The emails describe him urinating on a girl, and talk about shooting fat women with laser tag guns. The first is that they don't matter: They're merely the kind of hijinks we all get up to in college and it's unfair that they have come back to haunt him years later. A huge section of the tech industry feels this way. Two of the most widely read tech
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Why Kids Are Better At Figuring Out Magic Tricks
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:47
If a magician's life depended on fooling either an audience of adults or an audience of kids, every magician would rather perform for the adults, says Alex Stone, a lifelong magician and author of "Fooling Houdini." In "Think Like A Freak," the new book from "Freakonomics" authors Steven Levitt and Stephen Dubner, Stone explains why the average 8-year-old is much better than even the most brilliant adult at seeing through a magician's illusions. The theory is based on the idea that kids operate
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Taxi Drivers Are Threatening To Shut Down Central London In Protest Of Uber
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:46
Just a couple of weeks ahead of a planned protest by taxi drivers in London, Transport for London — the taxi regulator in the city — has announced it's now asking the High Court to rule on the legality of Uber. The Licensed Taxi Drivers Association is convinced that Uber is breaking the law in London, the BBC reports. It says Uber's app is the same as having a taximeter — something private vehicles are not allowed to use. Transport for London doesn't agree because Uber doesn't
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Democrats Rip Into Ted Cruz For His Criticism Of Obama's Israel Policy
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:44
Democrats were quick to rebut Republican Sen. Ted Cruz's criticism of President Barack Obama's policies toward Israel and Iran, which he delivered Wednesday evening during a stop on his first high-profile overseas trip.  Cruz's comments, which he made on a conference call with reporters, came the same day as President Barack Obama gave a major foreign policy speech at West Point. In addition to criticizing the Obama administration's relationship with Israel, Cruz offered a contrasting
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Apple Exec: Steve Jobs Would Be Proud Of The New Products We're Making (AAPL)
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:42
Even though Steve Jobs died in October 2011, his shadow seems to loom over everything Apple does. And since there hasn't been a major new product category since Jobs' death, a lot of folks outside the company are questioning what's next. Wednesday night, Apple's senior vice president Eddy Cue spoke at Re/Code's conference about Jobs' legacy at Apple. He said Jobs put in place an amazing culture that would help ensure Apple will live on. Despite the "Steve Jobs would never..." meme that pops up
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CHART: The Astounding Devastation Of World War II
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:39
The truly enormous scope of World War II is almost impossible to understand in hindsight. The war devastated vast swathes of Europe, East Asia, the Pacific, and North Africa, while its influence touched upon every part of the planet.  Randal Olson, a Computer Science graduate research assistant at Michigan State University, has helped to illustrate the true devastation. His charts showcase the percentage of a country's population that died during WWII.  Belarus suffered the
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How One Family Paid Off $30,000 Of Credit Card Debt In Less Than 2 Years
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:32
Kim Parr pinpoints the beginning of her debt to when she and her husband Jim built their house in Southwestern Colorado in 2004. While the house itself was within their budget, the spending opportunities it presented were limitless. "We had a brand new house and nothing to fill it up with," remembers Parr, an optometrist. Her husband, now a school principal, was a teacher at the time. "We bought a bit of furniture, which was a huge expense, and then things like mountain bikes and skis —
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Goldman Sachs Explains Why Trading On Wall Street Stinks Right Now
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:16
The recent lack of volatility in markets has many investors scratching their heads.  Both Citigroup and JPMorgan have warned that revenue in their trading segments will plunge in the second quarter. And now Goldman Sachs has chimed in on the lack of volatility and activity in the markets. In a presentation yesterday at the Sanford C. Bernstein Strategic Decisions Conference, Goldman Sachs president and COO Gary Cohn explained low volatility "discourages hedging and delays opportunistic
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Here's How A Hacker Was Able To Take Over New Facebook Accounts In Just 15 Minutes (FB)
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:12
Hacking into a Facebook account can be scarily easy, according to one blogger. In a post on his personal site, this blogger, known as "Abhibandu," laid out exactly how he hacked into unverified accounts on Facebook.  When you sign up for a new Facebook account, Facebook sends you an email to verify who you are. Your account is "unverified" until you check this email and either click the embedded link or punch in the five-digit code Facebook gives you. Abhibandu was able to create a program
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How Hackers Can Take Over Your Facebook Account In Just 15 Minutes (FB)
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:12
Hacking into a Facebook account can be scarily easy, according to one blogger. In a post on his personal site, this blogger, known as "Abhibandu," laid out exactly how he hacked into unverified accounts on Facebook.  When you sign up for a new Facebook account, Facebook sends you an email to verify who you are. Your account is "unverified" until you check this email and either click the embedded link or punch in the five-digit code Facebook gives you. Abhibandu was able to create a program
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Now High Rollers In Las Vegas Can Have Their Champagne Delivered By Drone
Thursday, 29 May 2014 09:09
High rollers in Las Vegas can now have their bottle service delivered via drone. The new service started over Memorial Day Weekend at Marquee Dayclub at The Cosmopolitan. In club co-owner Jason Strauss’ Instagram video of the event, party-goers parted as the drone flew a champagne bottle suspended in a bucket down towards the Dayclub’s pool. After a woman in a bikini grabbed the bottle, the drone flew away and everyone continued to rage. “We are always trying to improve or
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