A Classic Home Goods Brand Thinks it’s Found the Ultimate Luxury

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By Colette Bennett You’ll need to visit Manhattan to check it out. Anyone that identifies as a member of Gen X likely remembers the rise of home decor store Restoration Hardware (RH) – Get RH Report in malls in the late ’90s. Often considered to be a direct competitor to Williams Sonoma (WSM) – Get Williams-Sonoma Inc. (DE) Report Pottery Barn, but sporting a chic, New York-inspired aesthetic rather than an elegant country living approach, Restoration Hardware was a popular choice for those who preferred more modern-looking furniture. But Restoration Hardware failed to compete effectively in t… Read More “A Classic Home Goods Brand Thinks it’s Found the Ultimate Luxury”

Regeneron’s Eylea Win Leaves an Elephant in the Room

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By Maxx Chatsko Regeneron’s Eylea eye-disorder drug faces competitive pressure on multiple fronts. New data could cement its dominance. The World’s largest drug developers typically generate revenue from a portfolio of approved drugs, but some have grown dangerously dependent on a single product. AbbVie (ABBV) – Get AbbVie Inc. Report leaned on Humira sales in the U.S. for 31% of total global revenue in 2021. That presents a problem when the drug loses patent exclusivity in summer 2023. Indeed, more than 10 different biosimilars could be vying for market share 12 months from now. To be fair, H… Read More “Regeneron’s Eylea Win Leaves an Elephant in the Room”

Jeff Bezos’ Defense of Queen Elizabeth Causes a Social Media Stir

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By Luc Olinga Billionaire Amazon founder slammed a professor critical of the British monarchy. The death on September 8 of Queen Elizabeth II, 96, has aroused an outpouring of sympathy around the World. Tributes pour in from everywhere for the monarch who had the longest reign in the history of the United Kingdom. Her reign lasted seventy years, since her accession to the throne on the death of her father, King George VI, in 1952. She was a World figure, whose enduring presence had been reassuring the British since shortly after the end of the second World War. She has been through many crises… Read More “Jeff Bezos’ Defense of Queen Elizabeth Causes a Social Media Stir”

Is DocuSign On The Verge Of A Major Reversal?

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After hitting fresh 52 week lows earlier this week, it’s looking like shares of e-signature company DocuSign (NASDAQ:DOCU) are set to finish out the week with a bang. They’re currently up 17% in Friday’s pre-market session and they’ll be eclipsing a month’s worth of candles if this is where they open. While they’ll have a long way yet to go before we can call this a trend reversal, it’s not a bad start. Q2 2022 hedge fund letters, conferences and more Find A Qualified Financial AdvisorEach advisor has been vetted by SmartAsset and is held to a fiduciary standard to act in your best interests. … Read More “Is DocuSign On The Verge Of A Major Reversal?”

We Are at a Low Point in the of Sports Media Aggregation

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By Jimmy Traina Despite what you may have read, Josh Allen wasn’t ‘snubbed’ after the Bills beat the Rams. 1. What are we doing? Every day it seems there is another “story” aggregated across the sports media landscape that has absolutely no grounding in reality. Let me be clear about something off the top. I aggregate. Sometimes I create clickbait. I enjoy covering absurd sports stories. But when I write about something, I do my best to make sure it’s factually accurate. Or at least I tell my audience that something is clearly fake before continuing to write about it. But it seems we’ve reache… Read More “We Are at a Low Point in the of Sports Media Aggregation”

Charles, Britain’s conflicted new monarch

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With the death of his mother Queen Elizabeth on Thursday, Prince Charles has finally become king of the United Kingdom and 14 other realms, ending a wait of more than 70 years – the longest by an heir in British history. The role will be daunting. His late mother was overwhelmingly popular and respected, but she leaves a royal family that has seen reputations tarnished and relationships strained, including over lingering allegations of racism against Buckingham Palace officials. Charles confronts those challenges at the age of 73, the oldest monarch to take the throne in a lineage that dates b… Read More “Charles, Britain’s conflicted new monarch”

Who Gets The Kohinoor Crown After Queen Elizabeth’s Death?

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By Sana Fazili Queen Elizabeth II, the longest reigning British monarch, died on Thursday in Balmoral. She was 96 and reigned over Britain and 14 commonwealths for a little over 70 years. The next in-line for succession is Elizabeth’s eldest son, Prince Charles, 73. He became monarch immediately after Elizabeth’s death at her Scottish Highland retreat on Thursday. As Charles takes over the throne, the question is: Who will get the Kohinoor diamond embedded British crown? Also Read:How The Death Of Queen Elizabeth II Marks The End Of An Era? The Queen herself had announced that Prince Charles’ … Read More “Who Gets The Kohinoor Crown After Queen Elizabeth’s Death?”

Mozart, medicine, politics: Vienna’s newest tourist highlights

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With its World-famous cafes, palaces and museums, Vienna might not need any more tourist attractions – but it’s getting some anyway. An exhibition bringing visitors back to the year Mozart died, and newly refurbished and reopened medical and political landmarks in Vienna are among the latest attractions announced by tourism officials. Vienna’s Steffl department stores have created a multimedia experience dedicated to Mozart in which visitors are taken back to Vienna in 1791, the year of the composer’s death. Elsewhere, visitors can interactively play along with instruments in Mozart’s famous w… Read More “Mozart, medicine, politics: Vienna’s newest tourist highlights”

The has suddenly changed, but there is a constant that will outlive us all

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By Darren Parkin The week in Review…with Jason Deane This time last week, when I wrote my last update, England still had a Queen, Boris Johnson was still Prime Minister, and Putin’s forces were still advancing, albeit slowly, in Ukraine. How quickly the World changes. The news of the passing of her Majesty affected me more deeply than I expected and, from what I can glean, this has been the case for many. The last time I had felt emotional at the passing of such a regal figure was, of course, Princess Diana, and I can’t help but wonder if Her Majesty would approve of such a thought. Her last o… Read More “The has suddenly changed, but there is a constant that will outlive us all”

Carlos Alcaraz Beats Jannik Sinner In Marathon U.S. Open Thriller

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After five grueling sets, Carlos Alcaraz finally put away Jannik Sinner to win his U.S. Open quarterfinal early Wednesday morning and advance to the semifinals. The third seed in the tournament still has a chance of becoming the youngest No. 1 in the history of men’s tennis following two straight victories in five sets. “I always say you have to believe in yourself all the time,” Alcaraz said after the match. “The hope is the last thing that you lose.” Beginning at 9:35 p.m. on Wednesday and ending at 2:50 a.m. on Thursday at Arthur Ashe Stadium, Alcaraz’s match against Sinner took five hours … Read More “Carlos Alcaraz Beats Jannik Sinner In Marathon U.S. Open Thriller”