Elon Musk Is Named “Person Of The Year” By TIME Magazine

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Elon Musk has been named “Person of the Year” by TIME magazine due to his meteoric success and immense influence exerted on the tech industry and the financial World in 2021. This year saw the South-Africa entrepreneur become the richest man on earth, and succeed at every innovative task he set out to do. Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Realization And InfluenceThe success of Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) in the electric mobility market, coupled with the advances of SpaceX in the private and public space race are only part of what Elon Musk has achieved throughout this year. In an a… Read More “Elon Musk Is Named “Person Of The Year” By TIME Magazine”

Apple closes in on $3 trillion market value

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By David Randall (Reuters) -Apple Inc’s market value hovered just shy of the $3 trillion mark on Monday, following a stunning run over the past decade that has turned it into the World’s most valuable company. The stock needs to reach $182.86 to record $3 trillion in market value, but was down about 1% in afternoon trading after hitting a record high earlier in the day. It rose about 11% last week, extending its more than 30% gain for the year as investors remain confident that flush consumers will continue to pay top dollar for iPhones, MacBooks and services such as Apple TV and Apple Music. … Read More “Apple closes in on $3 trillion market value”

Navellier: 2021 Review/2022 Preview

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In hisDaily Market Notes investment strategist Louis Navellier sums up key themes for 2021 and 2022. Q3 2021 hedge fund letters, conferences and more 2021 ReviewThe big story for 2021 has been that inflation has spun out of control, which was sparked by (1) the ban on drilling on federal land, (2) the port bottlenecks and (3) the Fed pumping too much money in the U.S. economy. Although a federal judge overrode the Biden Administration’s federal drilling ban, the Energy Department remains hostile to independent energy, so the production of both crude oil and natural gas in the U.S. has ebbed. T… Read More “Navellier: 2021 Review/2022 Preview”

Wall Street ends down; investors eye Omicron and Fed meeting

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By Shreyashi Sanyal and Noel Randewich (Reuters) – Wall Street ended lower on Monday, with shares of Carnival Corp and several airlines tumbling as investors worried about the Omicron coronavirus variant ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting later this week. Travel-related stocks fell, with the fast-spreading variant accounting for around 40% of COVID-19 infections in London and at least one death in the United Kingdom. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings, Carnival Corp and Royal Caribbean Cruises all slumped more than 4%, while the S&P 1500 airlines index shed about 3%. “It’s transportation, restaura… Read More “Wall Street ends down; investors eye Omicron and Fed meeting”

NYC’s mayor-elect wants police department to resume beat cop patrols on streets

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NEW YORK — As Mayor-elect Eric Adams prepares to dictate policy for the nation’s largest police department, he has kept a romantic vision at the heart of his plans for the polarizing 35,000-officer-strong force. Adams, who spent 22 years as a reform-focused police officer before climbing to the mayoralty on a public-safety message, said he believes a crucial step to healing the NYPD’s deep rifts with some communities is to return beat cops to the city’s streets. “The goal is to rebuild trust,” Adams told the Daily News. “We can show people that these officers are human beings just like them. T… Read More “NYC’s mayor-elect wants police department to resume beat cop patrols on streets”

German hospitals say full lockdown is ‘not necessary’

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The German Hospital Federation, which represents hospital owners, has come out against a general anti-coronavirus lockdown in Germany, saying such a move was not necessary for the time being to prevent their facilities from being overwhelmed. “A lockdown for everyone is not necessary in the current situation, at least from our point of view. We would favour consistent contact restrictions, especially for the unvaccinated,” Gerald Gass, chairperson of the hospital group, told public broadcaster ZDF on Monday. Measures aimed at the unvaccinated have “nothing to do with harassment, but is more ab… Read More “German hospitals say full lockdown is ‘not necessary’”

Anchilee did more than break old stereotypes

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Thailand’s Miss Universe candidate Anchilee Scott-Kemmis may not have attained the crown but her message #RealSizeBeauty, encouraging people to discard traditional beauty standards for more diversified realities, remains a winning one. Anchilee failed to reach the top 16 finalists and her bid drew comments ranging from mundane criticism such as her dress being too wrinkled to more philosophical discussions on whether there should be certain standards for beauty regarding a person’s size. Overall, however, messages were overwhelmingly in support of Anchilee. Despite debates about how far, or to… Read More “Anchilee did more than break old stereotypes”

Elon Musk named TIME’s 2021 Person of the Year

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Elon Musk has been named TIME magazine’s 2021 Person of the Year. The 50-year-old business entrepreneur has been awarded the prestigious title by the publication due to his SpaceX programme, which he hopes will lead to off-planet human settlements, his philanthropy and efforts to tackle the climate crisis. Musk has also been chosen because he is “the man who aspires to save our planet” with his visionary work. Announcing Elon as the recipient of the title in the new issue of the magazine, Time editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal wrote: “Person of the Year is a marker of influence, and few indivi… Read More “Elon Musk named TIME’s 2021 Person of the Year”

Elon Musk named TIME’s 2021 Person of the Year

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Elon Musk has been named TIME magazine’s 2021 Person of the Year. The 50-year-old business entrepreneur has been awarded the prestigious title by the publication due to his SpaceX programme, which he hopes will lead to off-planet human settlements, his philanthropy and efforts to tackle the climate crisis. Musk has also been chosen because he is “the man who aspires to save our planet” with his visionary work. Announcing Elon as the recipient of the title in the new issue of the magazine, Time editor-in-chief Edward Felsenthal wrote: “Person of the Year is a marker of influence, and few indivi… Read More “Elon Musk named TIME’s 2021 Person of the Year”

Remembering All the Celebs Who Shared Terrible Health Advice in 2021

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By Tanner Garrity A few weeks ago, comedians Tim Heidecker, Rajat Suresh and Jeremy Levick improvised a 12-hour parody of The Joe Rogan Experience. It’s preposterously accurate. Wearing a SpaceX cap and sitting in front of a giant Fuddruckers logo, Heidecker riffs on endless topics in the omniscient deadpan of the country’s top podcaster: fly fishing, atheism, the habits of successful people, psychedelics, The Rock’s presidential hopes, and, at one point, the new “crab salts” trend: “Have you heard about these crab salts? Are you familiar with this? This fucking blows my mind. This is right up… Read More “Remembering All the Celebs Who Shared Terrible Health Advice in 2021”