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DARPA just announced it's one step closer to building a hypersonic space plane

DARPA The Pentagon’s research and development shop is moving one step closer toward building a hypersonic space plane that could shuttle satellites or people into space in record time. In an announcement on Wednesday, DARPA said that Boeing, which was selected for phase one of the project, would keep working on its advanced design for the Experimental Space plane (XS-1) program ...

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A Stanford neuroscientist reveals something 'puzzling' in people who are extremely successful

There’s a common trait in many people who are extremely successful — they’re highly organized. But this lifestyle actually comes with a serious downside, explains Robert Sapolsky, who is a professor of neuroscience at Stanford University and author of “Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst.” Here’s a transcript of the video. Everything is regulated! Everything is under control! ...

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The investing business is about to go through 'the largest competitive realignment' in history

Carl Court/Getty Images Investment managers are in for a wave of consolidation the likes of which the industry has never seen before. Several factors are driving this “the largest competitive realignment in asset-management history,” according to a new report from consulting firm Casey Quirk, which is part of Deloitte. Among them: The rise of passive, or index, investing — which ...

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J. Crew CEO confesses the 'very big mistake' that sent the company spiraling

J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler says one huge mistake sent the company’s sales into a years-long decline. AP/Seth Wenig J. Crew CEO Mickey Drexler says one huge mistake sent the company’s sales into a years-long decline.  In an interview with the Wall Street Journal, Drexler, 72, said the retailer jacked up its prices at a time when customers were becoming ...

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This photographer dangles out of helicopters to capture stunning aerial photos of beaches around the world

“Multicolor Umbrellas, Italy.”Courtesy Gray Malin The INSIDER Summary: Gray Malin takes aerial beach photos while dangling out of doorless helicopters. He looks for mesmerizing geometric patterns that umbrellas and beach chairs create from above. He hopes his photos evoke joy and adventure wherever they’re displayed. When Gray Malin took an aerial photo of a pool from a Las Vegas hotel window, something about ...

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Your side hustle needs to hit these 3 key areas in order to succeed

Susie Moore is a career coach and the author of “What If It Does Work Out?“. In this video, she explains the three keys to having a successful side hustle. The following is a transcript of the video. This is the biggest mistake people make. They over think, over think, over think, and they never get started. Right? Clarity comes ...

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HBO finally dropped the first full 'Game of Thrones' season 7 trailer — and it's incredible

Cersei Lannister in a previous “Game of Thrones” teaser. HBO Warning: Minor spoilers ahead for “Game of Thrones” season seven. This is not a drill people — we finally have the first real “Game of Thrones” season seven trailer. After announcing the premiere date with a montage of crumbling house sigils, and then a dramatic teaser showing Cersei, Daenerys, and Jon ...

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Here's how Jay Z and Beyoncé spend their $1.16 billion

Beyoncé and Jay Z are officially a billion-dollar couple after Forbes put their combined worth at $1.16 billion this week. The entertainment tycoons not only earn millions from music and tours, but they also rake in cash from numerous side companies and business ventures.  Lire l'article depuis la source

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A family therapist says the best way for parents to raise successful adults is a little uncomfortable

By the time your kid is a high-school senior, they should have no rules from you, says Hal Runkel. Paramount Pictures Raising a kid is about teaching them the way the world works. If you shelter them from real life — and most every parent knows how tempting it is to do just that — they’ll only have a harder ...

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'We're not preparing to fight this ideology!' Douglas Murray blasts politicians' inaction

Speaking to BBC’s Daily Politics, Douglas Murray said the west was failing to learn its lessons and was going in a “strange cycle”.  As Andrew Neil asked “What lessons are we failing to learn?” the author said: “Every imaginable one, we don’t want to listen to what extremists say. “We don’t want to believe they mean what they say. We ...

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