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I'm a manager at Google who also goes to culinary school at night. Here's my daily routine and how I manage both.

Harrison Hill works at Google in New York City and takes cooking classes at night, He starts his work days at 7 a.m. and his classes end at 11 p.m.

Before his gun-filled Christmas message, Rep. Andy Ogles posted a photo of a toddler holding a gun

"Weapons training," wrote Rep. Ogles in a 2016 Instagram post. Today, he represents the district where a mass school shooting happened Monday.

Nokia will launch 4G internet on the moon later this year to help expand lunar exploration

Nokia is teaming with NASA to help foster "sustainable exploration on the moon" with connectivity that supports HD video, robotics, and more.

Starbuck's ex-CEO started his Congressional testimony with an emotional story about his father. It was used against him.

Ex-Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz told Congress about his father's firing after a work accident when he was a kid. Sen. Ed Markey responded.

The 18 best Apple Watch bands in 2023

The Apple Watch is compatible with a variety of different band types including rubber sport bands, leather and metal straps, and designer options.

The US is in a 'rolling recession' but financials and retail stocks have repriced and present opportunities, Morgan Stanley's chief stock strategist says

Morgan Stanley's Mike Wilson said this week that a few sectors of the market have seen "meaningful" repricing amid the recent turmoil.

453,000 student-loan borrowers in public service have gotten their debt wiped out over the past year — and more are still to come, Biden's Education Department says

Biden's Education Department is making a dent in the flood of applications for Public Service Loan Forgiveness, and more approvals are coming.

Swipe your badge or get fired? Employers and workers face a reckoning over returning to the office.

Some employers, including Amazon, Starbucks, and Apple, are intent on dragging workers back to 2019 — when offices were full of people.

Black Lives Matter dodges Adidas legal battle, but other brands using striped logos remain targets

Adidas' retraction is good news for BLM, but Adidas still has many cases pending against smaller companies involving its three stripes trademark.

Sam Bankman-Fried is reportedly paying his lawyers with a 'multi-million dollar gift' to his dad through Alameda

Sam Bankman-Fried is paying his lawyers by drawing upon millions he once gifted his dad as he faces criminal charges and awaits trial, Forbes reports.

Jeep's CEO doesn't think there are enough raw materials on earth to meet electric-car demand

The chief executive of Jeep-maker Stellantis doesn't think there are enough of the necessary raw materials on earth to meet the industry's EV needs.

Investors should keep buying stocks for the long-term despite attractive yields from short-term money market funds, Bank of America says

"The probability of losing money in the S&P 500 drops from a coin flip (46%) to a 2-sigma event (6%)" when holding periods go from a day to a decade.

A majority of Americans think a criminal indictment should disqualify Trump for 2024

A new poll on the implications of Trump being criminally charged showed a deep partisan split, with some good news for the former president.

Home prices will fall 15% over the next year as high interest rates squeeze the housing market, economist says

Home prices will keep coming down as high mortgage rates help dampen demand, according to Pantheon Macroeconomics.

Lawyer being sued, accused of creating fake clients to get loans and gamble '24/7', claims ex-husband manipulated her

Sara Jacqueline King allegedly secured 97 loans for nonexistent clients, a lawsuit claims. King now claims her ex-husband manipulated her and forced her to gamble.

I can't stop watching these hilariously bad AI-generated videos of celebrities like Will Smith and Scarlett Johansson

People are using the ModelScope text-to-video generator to create clips that Twitter users are calling "cursed" and "deeply unnerving."

PHOTOS: Inside the front-line trenches around a destroyed town where Ukraine is fighting the war's longest and bloodiest battle

Trenches zig-zag across eastern Ukraine, and in them, soldiers face harsh conditions and constant threats from the enemy. Here's what they looks like.

Walmart is rolling out a new perk to its $98 annual Walmart+ membership — early access to a new Oreo flavor

A Walmart merchandising director revealed Tuesday that Walmart+ members can try the new Oreo Blackout Cake cookie before it hits shelves on April 3.

'Shark Tank' investor Kevin O'Leary says the demise of regional banks has begun after the US set a bad precedent in protecting 'incompetent' SVB management

O'Leary told CNN that he and others "do not want to pay for every idiot banker's mistake," after regulators seized Silicon Valley Bank.

Zelenskyy fears Ukrainians will lose the will to fight and push him to negotiate with Moscow if Bakhmut falls

Putin would "sell this victory to the West, to his society, to China, to Iran," Zelenskyy told the Associated Press.

Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette to retire. Here's how the legacy brand plans on doing business differently.

Macy's CEO Jeff Gennette will leave the company in February. But hopes for company growth, younger consumers, and the importance of DEI remain.

The Evolving Payments Purchasing Chain: How Digitization and Economic Pressures Are Changing the Ecosystem

Amid economic uncertainty, payments providers are making meaningful shifts to digitize and innovate.

I transform garages into upscale apartments so homeowners can rent them out and make passive income

Rebecca MAPller's startup that turns garages into accessory dwelling units, or ADUs, both adds much-needed housing and helps homeowners make money.

Why you don't want to be called 'gate lice' at the airport

Flight attendants and frequent flyers have an unflattering name for passengers who crowd the gate unreasonably early.

How I became one of 9 Black and Latina female founders whose startup reached $1 billion valuation

Iman Abuzeid, whose healthcare-career marketplace was valued at $1.65 billion, says she doesn't work with investors who've not funded female founders.

Samsung S95B 4K OLED TV review: High-end picture quality for less than the competition

Samsung's S95B is one of the most affordable high-end OLED TVs on the market, offering premium color for less than similar sets from Sony and LG.

Nvidia adds an eye-popping $300 billion in market value as the AI boom powers its best quarter in 2 decades

Shares in Nvidia are up 84% this year to about $268 apiece thanks to increased hype over artificial intelligence technologies.

The housing market contraction is coming to an end as key activity gauges have 'turned the corner'

"While access to commercial mortgage loans could become increasingly difficult, residential mortgage loans are expected to be more readily available."

Powering the Point-of-Sale: How Providers Are Building Cost-Effective Omnichannel Solutions

We forecast that the US point-of-sale (POS) terminal installed base will grow from 17.3 million this year to 20.2 million in 2026.

How to watch Riverdale: The final season of the hit CW series premieres on March 29

Riverdale is back for its seventh and final season. Here's how to stream it, no matter where you are.

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