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Here’s how security experts think hackers hijacked the Twitter accounts of Jeff Bezos, Elon Musk, Barack Obama, and many others | Business Insider

Something seemed off when people like Barack Obama and Elon Musk were asking people to purchase bitcoin and they would then send double the amount back. It seemed too good to be true because it was. Hackers broke into their accounts on Wednesday to conduct this scam. Twitter was notified of this and all verified accounts were suspended from posting until they could figure ... Read More »

10 things you need to know to win in business and life | Forbes

This article is written by Brent Gleeson who is a retired Navy SEAL and entrepreneur. He walks through the success he has found and what aspects of life he struggled through. He talks about the importance of thoughts and people and what leadership really means. He also talks about the fulfillment people can get by serving others and looking outside ... Read More »

The financial mistakes that can haunt college students into their thirties | Fox 25 Oklahoma City

Establishing good credit early on is important and opening up a credit card that has a low interest rate is a safe choice. However, students should remember to only use the card to build credit and not spend more than they have, or they could be haunted well into their thirties with bad credit. The earlier you start saving for ... Read More »

New stimulus package expected to be introduced next week | Forbes

Many American families are still feeling the implications of COVID-19. Numbers continue to rise throughout the South and many states like California are shutting back down. Many Americans are still on unemployment; however this round of stimulus checks will be more specific about whose accounts they’re hitting. Those who fall into lower income brackets may receive the check but households ... Read More »

Trump admin caves to Harvard and MIT, won’t deport online-only students | ARS Technica

Universities all over the country fought back against a policy affecting international students and took the decision to court. It was settled on July 14th that this policy would not be enforced any longer. U.S. District Judge Allison Burroughs confirmed the settlement on Tuesday between Trump, MIT, and Harvard. The original policy made it that students on F-1 and M-1 ... Read More »

What business owners learned during lockdown | Forbes

Forbes has compiled a list of the silver linings that business owners have learned as a result of the lockdown. They walk through stories of how they have learned to be resilient, work with the government, and realize that they are not alone. Working remotely was also explored by companies on a deeper level and revealed that location is not ... Read More »

Code on SpaceX’s Starlink website contains the first official photos of Elon Musk’s ‘UFO on a stick’ — and key details about the satellite internet project’s test program | Business Insider

The billionaires newest SpaceX first photos of their flying satellites have surfaced. They are being nick named “UFO on a stick” and are designed where subscribers can access the view of the satellite. Space technology is advancing with Musk at the forefront of innovation. However, the photos were released by a public source, not the company. Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/spacex-starlink-wesbite-user-terminal-satellite-dish-pictures-beta-test-2020-7 Read More »

As Americans go back to work, these are the 9 riskiest jobs to have in the middle of the pandemic | Business Insider

There has been no government released information on the correlation between occupation and COVID-19 deaths in the U.S. However, Business Insider has compiled a list of occupations that might be a little riskier than others. Among the list were occupations like hairdressers, firefighters, teachers, transportation workers, and the healthcare industry. Source: https://www.businessinsider.com/riskiest-jobs-after-coronavirus-lockdowns-lift-2020-6 Read More »

U.K. Economy Shrinks By A Fifth During First Three Months Of Lockdown | Forbes

Children were forced to go online for school, many have been let go from their jobs, and the economy is plummeting. The United Kingdom has reported that their economy has shrunk by one fifth in just three months. Economists initially predicted a V-shape recovery, however it seems like the progress is slower than expected. Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/isabeltogoh/2020/07/14/uk-economy-shrinks-by-a-fifth-during-first-three-months-of-lockdown/#4583d18d3670 Read More »

Tesla former VP of quality explains why 1st batch of Teslas might not be ones to get | Electrek

Philippe Chain, former vice president of quality at Tesla, reported that waiting to get a Tesla after the first batch might be the best move. He blames this on Tesla’s fast decision-making process and competitive edge. Most of the time the pace of innovation is put over the quality of car according to Chain. Source: https://electrek.co/2020/07/13/tesla-former-vp-quality-explains-issues/ Read More »