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Away CEO Steph Korey steps down, Lululemon COO named new CEO – Business Insider

Away CEO Steph Korey steps down, Lululemon COO named new CEO – Business Insider

Away's cofounder Steph Korey is out as CEO after an explosive report into the company's culture.On Monday, Away announced that the Lululemon executive Stuart Haselden would replace Korey as the company's CEO, effective January 13.The news follows an investigation published by The Verge last week on the company's "cutthroat culture." Visit Business Insider's homepage for more…
Photo shows Jeffrey Epstein went to royal party dressed as a Navy SEAL – Business Insider

Photo shows Jeffrey Epstein went to royal party dressed as a Navy SEAL –...

Photos of Jeffrey Epstein, the convicted sex offender and disgraced hedge fund manager who killed himself in a federal prison, reveal he dressed as a US Navy SEAL for a royal costume party at Windsor Castle in 2006.Epstein is pictured wearing the US Navy's service dress white uniform, which is reserved for formal occasions. Adorned…
Apprentice boss Lord Sugar urges Labour voters to vote Tory to escape Brexit quagmire

Apprentice boss Lord Sugar urges Labour voters to vote Tory to escape Brexit quagmire

APPRENTICE boss Lord Sugar today urges Labour voters to fire Jeremy Corbyn for the sake of the nation. Writing in The Sun, the former Labour peer insists backing Boris Johnson is the only way Britain can escape its Brexit quagmire. The Apprentice’s Lord Sugar insists Labour voters back Boris JohnsonCredit: Handout He also says a…
Tories accused of lying to distract from photo of boy on hospital floor

Tories accused of lying to distract from photo of boy on hospital floor

Labour has accused Boris Johnson’s campaign of “lying and cheating” to try to distract attention from the prime minister’s insensitive reaction to a sick four-year-old boy forced to sleep on a hospital floor. With just days to go until polling day, the Tories suffered one of their worst days of the campaign as Johnson refused…
Two British women injured in New Zealand eruption

Two British women injured in New Zealand eruption

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionTourists could be seen waiting to be evacuated from White IslandTwo British women are injured after the White Island volcano eruption in New Zealand which left five people dead and eight others missing.The two women are being treated in hospital, the UK high commission in New Zealand…
Union Square Ventures’ Fred Wilson on why he’s investing in media – Business Insider

Union Square Ventures’ Fred Wilson on why he’s investing in media – Business Insider

Fred Wilson is cofounder and partner at Union Square Ventures, a legendary startup investment firm. He was an early investor in platforms such as Twitter, Tumblr, Zynga, and Etsy.In a rare and wide-ranging interview with Business Insider, Wilson discussed his new investment in video media startup The Recount, and explained why it's a good time…
Contrarian stock market investing tips from top-ranked Jason Subotky – Business Insider

Contrarian stock market investing tips from top-ranked Jason Subotky – Business Insider

Jason Subotky is one of the managers of the No. 1 and No. 2 large-cap funds of the past 20 years, and he says his funds have thrived because of unusual value-focused bets.Subotky has spent the past decade comanaging the AMG Yacktman Focused Fund and AMG Yacktman Fund, both of which have climbed more than…
Amazon JEDI lawsuit is ‘noise’ and Microsoft will still win, analyst says – Business Insider

Amazon JEDI lawsuit is ‘noise’ and Microsoft will still win, analyst says – Business...

Amazon is challenging the Pentagon's decision to award a $10 billion cloud-computing contract to its competitor Microsoft in a lawsuit, alleging political interference from the Trump administration.The Wedbush Securities analyst Dan Ives said the lawsuit might delay the contract but wouldn't change the decision, and that Microsoft won on its own merits.Amazon Web Services was…
The federal government is investigating if Google violated labor laws – Business Insider

The federal government is investigating if Google violated labor laws – Business Insider

The National Labor Relations Board has opened an investigation into Google over the company's firing of four employees last month.The four former employees filed a complaint with the NLRB claiming that Google fired them for attempting to unionize.Google has said the workers were fired for leaking company information, not union organizing.Visit Business Insider's homepage for…
DOJ watchdog finds pro-Trump text messages between FBI agents – Business Insider

DOJ watchdog finds pro-Trump text messages between FBI agents – Business Insider

The Justice Department's watchdog said it uncovered a series of text messages between two FBI agents cheerleading President Donald Trump's victory in the 2016 election."Trump!" one FBI agent said on November 9, 2016. "Hahaha. S--- just got real," another replied. "Yes it did," the first agent said.The second agent responded: "I saw a lot of…