Zoom CEO Eric Yuan accidentally left his mic on mute while talking to investors over Zoom

Zoom CEO Eric Yuan accidentally left his mic on mute while talking to investors over Zoom

2 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Reuters/Carlo Allegri Zoom CEO Eric Yuan forgot to unmute his mic during a call with investors Tuesday. After several seconds, a coworker spoke up to let Yuan know no one could...
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22 Cheap destinations in 2020 with great weather in October

22 Cheap destinations in 2020 with great weather in October

2 hours ago   |   Price of Travel

It shouldn't be too surprising that October is quite a transitional month in much of the world for weather, with some cities changing quite a bit as the month goes on. There...
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'Lay down your arms, uphold your oath': Former military leaders and lawmakers resoundingly blast Trump's idea of deploying US troops on American streets

'Lay down your arms, uphold your oath': Former military leaders and lawmakers resoundingly blast Trump's idea of deploying US troops on American streets

2 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   3 articles

REUTERS/Leah Millis President Donald Trump's message of using federalized troops to quell the George Floyd protests caught the ire of congressional lawmakers with national...
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Amazon Prime Day 2020: When's It Happening, and What Deals Can You Expect?

Amazon Prime Day 2020: When's It Happening, and What Deals Can You Expect?

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Featured Deal: Energizer AA or AAA Batteries | $20
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The US Air Force's top general says all Americans 'should be outraged' by George Floyd's death and the actions of the police

The US Air Force's top general says all Americans 'should be outraged' by George Floyd's death and the actions of the police

2 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   3 articles

DoD photo by Lisa Ferdinando Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Dave Goldfein said in a memo sent to commanders Monday night that every American ought to be "outraged" by George...
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A pizza chain is offering paid time off for employees who want to protest

A pizza chain is offering paid time off for employees who want to protest

2 hours ago   |   Business Insider

JONATHAN ERNST/Reuters Pizza chain &pizza is offering PTO to its 700 employees for activism, reported Janine Puhak for Fox News . It's not the only small business to offer this...
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Online clothing retailer Stitch Fix is laying off 1,400 California employees and instead hiring in lower-cost cities like Austin and Minneapolis

Online clothing retailer Stitch Fix is laying off 1,400 California employees and instead hiring in lower-cost cities like Austin and Minneapolis

2 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Nick Otto for the Washington Post/Getty Images Online personal styling retailer Stitch Fix is laying off 1,400 California employees, or about 18% of its total workforce. The...
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The Trump administration decided to put the coronavirus on the back burner when it mattered most

The Trump administration decided to put the coronavirus on the back burner when it mattered most

2 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

AP Photo/Alex Brandon With the nation's coronavirus death toll now exceeding 106,000 people and spikes in cases popping up in several states that have reopened, the Trump...
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After Elon Musk called stay-at-home orders 'fascist', a worker in a re-opened Tesla factory reportedly tests positive for COVID-19

After Elon Musk called stay-at-home orders 'fascist', a worker in a re-opened Tesla factory reportedly tests positive for COVID-19

2 hours ago   |   Business Insider   |   2 articles

Brendan McDermid / Reuters A worker in Tesla's Buffalo, New York, factory has tested positive for COVID-19, The Verge reported . Tesla factories nationwide re-opened in May...
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Broken glass, empty shoeboxes, and a single open McDonalds: Photos show a scene of destruction in Santa Monica after looters made their way through businesses

Broken glass, empty shoeboxes, and a single open McDonalds: Photos show a scene of destruction in Santa Monica after looters made their way through businesses

2 hours ago   |   Business Insider

Photo by Stacey Leasca On May 31, peaceful protesters took to the streets of Santa Monica, California, to protest police brutality and the recent killing of George Floyd, a...
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The US Air Force's top general says all Americans 'should be outraged' by...

The US Air Force's top general says all Americans 'should be outraged' by George Floyd's death and the actions of the police

DoD photo by Lisa Ferdinando Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Dave Goldfein said in a memo sent to commanders Monday night that every American ought to be "outraged" by George... Read more ...

COVID-19: Listen to your travelers as their expectations change

COVID-19: Listen to your travelers as their expectations change

Business travelers are most concerned about quarantine measures after travel, followed by social distancing and cleanliness of their environment during trips. That's the... Read more ...

'We don't know any more than you know': Lawmakers in the dark about how...

'We don't know any more than you know': Lawmakers in the dark about how Trump is using military against protests

AP Photo/Patrick Semansky National Guardsmen have been deployed across the country in response to protests against police violence, and President Donald Trump has threatened to... Read more ...

Trucker Who Drove Through Protest In Minneapolis Released From Jail

Trucker Who Drove Through Protest In Minneapolis Released From Jail

The driver of a semi truck who drove his tanker through a crowd of protestors has been released from jail, according to the Hennepin County Attorney's Office, pending further... Read more ...

The Trump administration decided to put the coronavirus on the back burner...

The Trump administration decided to put the coronavirus on the back burner when it mattered most

AP Photo/Alex Brandon With the nation's coronavirus death toll now exceeding 106,000 people and spikes in cases popping up in several states that have reopened, the Trump... Read more ...

No new COVID sufferers, 300 asymptomatic, after Wuhan-wide tests

No new COVID sufferers, 300 asymptomatic, after Wuhan-wide tests

The Chinese city of Wuhan, where the novel coronavirus outbreak began, has found no new cases of people suffering from COVID-19 after testing almost its entire population, and... Read more ...

What you can do with an IP address, and how to protect yours from hackers

What you can do with an IP address, and how to protect yours from hackers

Crystal Cox/Business Insider With someone's IP address, you can learn a user's general location, and disable some parts of their internet browsing experience. Every device... Read more ...

Facebook Group Catches American Shop That Sure Seems To Be Selling Stolen...

Facebook Group Catches American Shop That Sure Seems To Be Selling Stolen Japanese Cars And Parts

J-Spec Auto Sports, a U.S. based tuner car and parts shop, has been selling stolen cars and parts imported from Japan, as well as allegedly misleading customers about the... Read more ...

Trump said he intends to declare antifa as a terrorist organization. Here's...

Trump said he intends to declare antifa as a terrorist organization. Here's what we know about the decades-old, leaderless group

Matthew J. Lee/The Boston Globe via Getty Images President Donald Trump and other Republicans have blamed antifa, which stands for anti-fascist, for ongoing protests over the... Read more ...

Gun sales are surging amid protests across the United States, and one Wall...

Gun sales are surging amid protests across the United States, and one Wall Street analyst says Joe Biden's polling lead could accelerate them even more

Jeff Kowalsky/AFP via Getty Images Gun sales soared in April and May compared to the same periods in 2019. A proliferation of unrest throughout the country could be behind the... Read more ...