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Even the wealthy borrow, and Martha Stewart, Carl Icahn and Ron Perelman go to Bank of America's Jane Heller when they need to.
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Brutal moment triathlete slamsNew Zealand triathlete Nicole van der Kaay was lucky to walk away from a shocking bike accident caused by her teammate at the Super League Triathlon in Toulouse, France on Monday.
Valentine Holmes' defence forNorth Queensland Cowboys representative star Valentine Holmes will strenuously deny using illicit substances when he meets with the NRL today
How to watch Tom Brady'sThe GOAT returns to New England to be honored by the Patriots with a halftime ceremony in Week 1. Here's how to watch what will be a special moment for Tom Brady and all involved.
North Korea will 'pay a price'Providing weapons to Moscow for Ukraine war will not 'reflect well on North Korea', national security adviser says, amid reports of active talks The US warned Kim Jong-un that North Korea would "pay a... price" for supplying Russia with weapons to use in Ukraine, saying that arms negotiations between the two states were actively advancing. Providing weapons to Russia "is not going to reflect well on North Korea and they will pay a price for this in the international community," US national security adviser Jake Sullivan told reporters at the White House.
Dak Prescott's jersey patch,Dak Prescott is one of just three active players who can wear the Walter Payton Man of the Year jersey patch.
Illustration: The Verge Elon Musk's X Corp. is suing the state of California over AB 587, a state bill requiring social media platforms to report to the state attorney general, semiannually, how... they're tackling moderation of certain categories of speech. The complaint alleges that the bill violates federal and state free speech laws because it "compels companies like X Corp. to engage in speech against their will," as they're forced to settle on definitions for "politically-charged" issues like hate speech or racism. X Corp.'s complaint explains that it's "difficult to reliably define" hate speech, misinformation, political interference, and other content categories. It adds that defining them is "often fraught with political bias" because there's no accepted...
Fruit preserves and peanut butter giant JM Smucker is buying the producer of Donettes and Ho Hos.
Incredible moment White HousePresident Joe Biden held a press conference in Hanoi, Vietnam, Sunday night. His speech came to an abrupt end as the voice of his press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre suddenly interrupted him.
Frito-Lay NFL commercial:There is no shortage of star power in Frito-Lay's latest NFL commercial.
'Zip Tie Guy' and His MotherEric Munchel, 32, of Tennessee, was sentenced to nearly five years in prison in connection with the attack on the U.S. Capitol in 2021, while his mother, Lisa Eisenhart, 59, received a... two-and-a-half-year term.
Saudi Arabia's Ministry ofRoberto Mancini's first match in charge of the Saudi team was marred by the loss and he was later prevented from conducting his usual post-match press duties.
The dating app told employees last month they had to work from an office twice a week.
iOS 17 sideloading support isI’ve long speculated that iOS 17 will support sideloading in the European Union (EU) because of the Digital Markets Act (DMA) law, and now, it’s … The post iOS 17 sideloading support... is coming, and Apple can't stop it appeared first on BGR.
How TIME and StatistaThis year, TIME launched its inaugural list of the World’s Best Companies, in partnership with Statista, a leading international provider of market and consumer data and rankings. The result of... this quantitative study: 750 companies forging the path into the future. Here’s how the winners were selected. Methodology The research project “World’s Best Companies 2023”…
Aaron Rodgers injury update:The Jets made their season debut on "Monday Night Football" vs. the Bills in Week 1, but it didn't take long for the Aaron Rodgers era to come to a pause.
Musk snaps up Nvidia GPUs even as he builds Dojo. Finance bods foresee SaaSy AI, rivers of cash Tesla's forthcoming Dojo supercomputer could add as much as $500 billion to the automaker's valuation -... which currently sits at $875 billion - according to a Morgan Stanley Research note....
Trump demands recusal of JudgeFormer President Donald Trump on Monday blasted the federal judge set to hear his trial on charges that he unlawfully tried to remain in power following his 2020 election loss, calling on the judge to... recuse herself from the case. Lawyers for the 77-year-old former president argued that US District Judge Tanya Chutkan has made...
Over 2,000 people feared deadMore than 2,000 people are believed to have died in devastating floods in eastern Libya, the country's military spokesman said in a press conference.
Shoe Seller HeyDude To PayThe FTC alleges that from January 2020 to June 2022, the company chose to have all five-star reviews (the best rating) posted on its website with little scrutiny, while in many cases rejecting... less-favorable reviews.
Uber might launch aCode found in Uber's iPhone app suggests the company is exploring the idea of launching a service similar to TaskRabbit.
US Open draws JustinAll three actors were spotted for Sunday's big event in Queens. A heap of other celebrities, including model Emily Ratajowski, also watched Novak Djokovic take down Daniil Medvedev.
Scientists 'hack' SolarThe instrument team for the Solar Orbiter's ultraviolet camera have found a new way to make use of the instrument to help it peer into the sun's atmosphere.

The Race to Drill America's Longest Oil and Gas Wells

Wall Street Journal - 10 Sep 2023 11:30
With the shale boom's end in sight, some companies are trying to impress Wall Street by eking out growth--and drilling ever deeper.