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Month: March 2019

Why The Lakers Imploded – FiveThirtyEight

As the Los Angeles Lakers limped into the All-Star break, there was no use in sugarcoating reality: Just about everything that realistically could go wrong had gone wrong in the weeks prior. LeBron James had suffered the lengthiest injury of his career, which kept him out five and a half weeks. The team’s young players…

NASA asteroid tracker: 650ft asteroid hurtling for ‘Earth approach’ at 16,000MPH THIS WEEK – Express.co.uk

Express. Home of the Daily and Sunday Express. asteroid, dubbed by NASA Asteroid 2019 DN, is headed for a so-called “Earth Close Approach”. NASA’s asteroid-tracking systems expect the asteroid to swing by the Earth on Friday, March 8. NASA scientists at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) have narrowed this flyby down to 4.19pm GMT (UTC).…

More than 80 people — including Sacramento Bee reporter — detained at Stephon Clark protest – Los Angeles Times

Dozens of people, including a Sacramento Bee reporter, were detained Monday night when a protest over the Sacramento County district attorney’s decision not to charge two officers in the shooting death of Stephon Clark, a black man holding a cellphone, turned tense and closed down one of the city’s most affluent neighborhoods. Authorities detained journalist…

This artist engraves entire cars by hand, including an F-250 called ‘Aluminati’

Artist Hank Robinson creates custom engravings on cars. He got the idea to use a car as his canvas when Ford came out with an all aluminum F-150 in 2016. Since then he’s engraved two entire cars including the rims, suspension system, and other parts. Following is a transcript of the video. This artist engraves…

‘Captain Marvel’ is a fun origin movie filled with ’90s nostalgia, but it has flaws

“Captain Marvel” (in theaters Friday) is a lot of things: a buddy movie, a ’90s nostalgic coming-of-age tale, a superhero origin story. This mix can be jarring at times, but the movie hits its stride when it sets its own path and tells a story that doesn’t follow the blueprint of most Marvel Cinematic Universe…

Baby boomers and Gen Xers fuel Zelle

This is an excerpt from a story delivered exclusively to Business Insider Intelligence Payments Briefing subscribers. To receive the full story plus other insights each morning, click here. Early Warning, the operator of bank-based peer-to-peer (P2P) payments service Zelle, published its second Digital Payment Adoption study, which surveyed over 1,500 US consumers in Q4 2018.…

How Many Kids Does Kourtney Kardashian Have? – The Cheat Sheet

While it may seem that you, your friends, and everyone else knows everything there is to know about the Kardashians, you probably don’t always keep up with them as their show says. It’s easy to lose track of their internal conflicts, business ventures, and even how many kids they have. Kourtney Kardashian | Nathan Congleton/NBC/NBCU…

Trump moves to end special trade treatment for India – CNN

Washington (CNN Business)US President Donald Trump announced plans Monday to end special trade treatment for India, accusing it of unfairly shutting out American businesses.In a letter to Congress, Trump signaled his intent to remove India from a program that gives developing countries easier access to US markets. The Indian government “has not assured the United…

People are watching YouTubers study for hours and they say the popular trend helps them stay focused

Following is a transcript of the video.Narrator: Why study alone, when you can study with a bunch of strangers from all over the world? This is gongbang, which translates to “study broadcast” in Korean. In Japan, it’s known as benkyou douga, and in the US and other parts of the world, it’s simply called “study…

Dick’s Sporting Goods used Facebook to automatically serve different ads to different people — driving $10 million in incremental sales during the holiday season

Big brands are getting smarter about how they advertise online— and they’re starting to see better results. Dick’s Sporting Goods relied on automated merchandising on Facebook during the holiday season in 2018, leading to 100,000 incremental purchases and $10 million in incremental sales. Facebook shared the results of Dick’s campaign with Business Insider ahead of…