A 'Roseanne' spin-off is coming to ABC without 'Roseanne' called 'The Conners'
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Roseanne Barr will not return for the 10-episode series, tentatively called "The Conners."
Beauty Business News : 25% Tariff on US Imported Make Up | British Beauty Blogger
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This is just a very brief posting about something that appeared on Sky News (HERE) this morning. My friend @epiphannie flagged it up to me earlier today ? I?ve spoken?
Vanessa Trump reportedly lied to Donald Trump about her relationship with a gangster
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Vanessa Haydon Trump, Donald Trump Jr.'s estranged wife, reportedly lied about her high school romance with an alleged gangster when confronted by her then-soon-to-be father-in-law, Donald Trump.
A 1960s 'Chicken War' reveals the driving force behind the boom of American pickup trucks
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The US slapped tariffs on German-made trucks in retaliation for similar taxes on American frozen chicken. As a result, US automakers gained the upper hand and were able to dominate their market with their own trucks.
Intel CEO Resigns After Investigation Into Consensual Relationship With Employee
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The board named Chief Financial Officer Robert Swan as interim CEO and said it has begun a search for a permanent CEO.
Trump has complete control over the one factor that could lead Michael Cohen to flip
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President Donald Trump's apparent refusal to pay his former longtime lawyer Michael Cohen's legal fees has baffled experts, who say Trump faces significant exposure if Cohen flips. At least two witnesses in the Russia probe flipped because they could not cover the legal bills.
The foremost NBA insider found a creative way to get around new rule that he couldn't report draft picks in advance
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Early reports claimed that NBA insiders would forgo the annual Twitter scooping that usually accompanies the draft every year, but ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski found a clever way to get around the new policy.
Russia threatens the US with a 'tough response' to Trump's 'space force'
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Russia is warning the US there will be a "tough response" if it violates an international treaty barring nuclear weapons in outer space after President Donald Trump ordered the establishment of a "space force" as a new military branch earlier this week.
Business + Coffee: EU, India hit US with tariffs, Trump's tent cities, Starbucks plunges
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Thursday, June 21: European Union and India to slap retaliatory tariffs on US exports, including cigarettes, motorcycles and bourbon; President Donald Trump signed an executive order halting his child separation act, but a new report reveals the cost to house separated migrant children and families; Starbucks continues to reel in the wake of two black men being arrested in a Philadelphia store, with stock falling to lowest level since 2015. Yahoo Finance's Dan Roberts reports.
ALBERT EDWARDS: US-China tensions are distracting from a far more catastrophic trade war threatening to break out
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BI PRIME: As President Donald Trump has continued to escalate a trade conflict with China, the Societe Generale strategist Albert Edwards argues that a far more damaging trade war may be brewing outside the spotlight.
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Ouster over relationship with staffer comes as manufacturing lead is under threat
One of the top NBA prospects tumbled in the draft over fears about an injury and lost millions
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Michael Porter Jr. was once considered one of the top picks in the NBA Draft. However, fears about his back injury caused him to fall, costing him millions of dollars in the process.
Prime Wardrobe just launched officially in the US
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Prime Wardrobe, Amazon’s try-before-you-buy (TBYB) program that it’s been testing for the past year, is now available to all US Prime subscribers, TechCrunch reports.
Pokémon trading has finally come to Pokémon Go — but there's a huge catch and players are frustrated
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The good news is, Pokémon trading has finally come to Pokémon Go. The bad news is, you have to be level 40 — at least for now.
Air Arabia's shares drop after revealing $336m exposure to Abraaj
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Abraaj at one point owned 17 percent of Air Arabia and the private equity firm's founder Arif Naqvi is still one of its board members
North and South Korea agree to hold temporary reunions of war-torn families
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North and South Korea have agreed to hold temporary reunions of families divided by the 1950-53 Korean War in August as they boost reconciliation efforts amid a diplomatic push to resolve the North Korean nuclear crisis.
Timing of Aramco IPO 'isn't critical', says Saudi oil minister
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Saudi officials said they hope to raise a record $100 billion by selling a 5 percent stake, valuing the company at more than $2 trillion, a deal that would dwarf the $25 billion raised by Chinese retailer Alibaba Group Holding
The 31 hotels everyone should stay at in their lifetime, according to the man who tests them out for a living
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Originally the founder of luxury hotel website Kiwi Collection, Swedish-born Philippe Kjellgre has written seven travel/hotel books and runs a travel advisory service for high-profile clients, as well as a newly-launched hotel app.
What it means to be
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Kristen Lemkau manages a $5 billion marketing budget as the CMO of JPMorgan Chase. Lemkau stopped by Business Insider for an interview with CEO Henry Blodget. She explains what her brother meant when he described her as "fearless" and why this quality has been so important to her success and career.
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The children of the San Francisco Bay Area region’s elite are learning through play in a tech-free space
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Rajiv Shah is demonstrating a different kind of leadership
US telcos will stop selling personal data to third parties: What your business can learn
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Following last month's revelations of privacy violations, mobile carriers have been shamed into taking action.
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Opposition to state contracts among Microsoft and Google staff poses dilemma for CEOs
NATO chief warns there's no guarantee the alliance will survive Trump's beef with Europe
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NATO has been shaken by U.S. President Donald Trump's "America First" stance and mistrust of international institutions. Trump once called NATO obsolete and has repeatedly berated other members of the 29-nation alliance of failing to spend enough on defense.
Sobbing migrant girl on TIME cover actually wasn't separated from her family, her father says
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The Honduran toddler pictured sobbing in a pink jacket before U.S. President Donald Trump on an upcoming cover of Time magazine was not separated from her mother at the U.S. border, according to a man who says he is the girl's father.
Wild Geese: a business coach and author who challenges the status quo
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Philip McKernan has built a US business coaching entrepreneurs and their teams
US out of sync with world on climate change–Canada
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Canada has an environmental message for Donald J. Trump: you can’t stop the global campaign against climate change and you will hurt the US by abandoning the battle.Canadian Environment and Climate Change Minister Catherine McKenna said countries around the world are forging ahead with measure
Around 500 migrant kids who were separated from their parents at the US border have reportedly been reunited with their families
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The official, who was not authorized to release the numbers, said the children had been separated from their parents as a result of President Donald Trump's "zero-tolerance" immigration policy that calls for the criminal prosecution of anyone caught crossing the US border illegally.
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Policies follow US lead as ecommerce giant takes more public stance on LGBT issues
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Duties rebound on the US
While Trump's 'zero-tolerance' immigration policy sparks controversy in the US, China is detaining hundreds of thousands of legal citizens for doing nothing wrong
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There are so many children in China whose parents have been detained that orphanages have become overcrowded and children have been moved away to other centers, where their parents may have difficulty eventually finding them.
Saudi Arabia is planning to turn rival Qatar into an island
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Saudi Arabia may be moving forward with plans to dig a canal along its 38-mile border with Qatar. The canal would turn its Gulf rival into an island. The move may also be aimed at further isolating Qatar, which was diplomatically cut off by Gulf nations last year.
UC Funds Opens Best 45 Holes of Golf in the United States with the Grand Opening of ONE CLUB Gulf Shores in Gulf Shores, Alabama
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GULF SHORES, Ala.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 19, 2018--UC Funds announced today the completion and grand opening of its ONE CLUB Gulf Shores golf course, billed as the ?Best 45 Holes of Golf
Trump contradicts Melania's spokeswoman and says first lady's controversial jacket had a message
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President Donald Trump railed at critics who commented on a military-style jacket First Lady Melania Trump wore that said "I don't really care. Do U?" on her way to visit immigrant children in McAllen, Texas, on Thursday.
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Influential editorialist described himself as a ‘liberal mugged by reality’
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Trade war concerns roiled markets and sent investors running in the past week
The feds are moving ahead with private land seizures to make room for Trump's border wall
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The federal government is apparently gearing up for the process of seizing private land in the Rio Grande Valley in southern Texas to make room for portions of the wall President Donald Trump wants to build along the US-Mexico border.