‘Error of judgement’: New York Times apologizes for ‘anti-Semitic’ cartoon

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How 9 Billionaires Start Their Mornings

Getting up in the morning is hard for everyone — even billionaires! Both Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett prioritize sleep aiming to get 8 hours per night. Oprah and Jack Dorsey meditate and exercise before starting their days.

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Oprah’s morning is very involved. The first thing she does when she rises at seven o’clock is brush her teeth before taking her five dogs for a walk. While she waits for her espresso to brew, she reads a card from her ‘365 Gathered Truths’ box. Then, she turns to an app on her phone to read her daily Bowl of Saki. Next, she meditates followed by an hour long workout in the hills of her backyard.

Elon Musk’s morning is not as calm as Oprah’s. He also wakes up at seven, but he gets right to business. Elon spends half an hour reading and responding to critical emails while drinking coffee. He says he’s too busy for breakfast. After sending his five sons to school he showers, then drives to work. Sounds about right for someone who works up to 120 hours a week.

Twitter founder Jack Dorsey says he gets out of bed 5:00 a.m. He meditates for 30 minutes and then completes a seven-minute workout three times. After that, he has his morning coffee and then checks in.

Warren Buffett likes to sleep. He says he usually sleeps a full eight hours a night. He reportedly wakes up at 6:45 a.m. and starts his day reading newspapers like the Wall Street Journal and USA Today.

Jeff Bezos also values his sleep. He says he makes it a priority. However, Bezos reportedly wakes up naturally, without an alarm. He likes to hold high-IQ meetings in the morning before lunch, ideally at 10:00 a.m.

Bill Gates starts his day with cardio. The New York Times reported that Gates would spend an hour on the treadmill while watching educational DVDs. He says he enjoys Cocoa Puffs cereal but his wife, Melinda, says he doesn’t eat breakfast.

Many of us cannot imagine a morning without coffee, but Sara Blakely can. The founder of Spanx says she’s never had a cup of coffee. Instead, she drinks a smoothie made of frozen wild berries, dark cherries, kale, dates, cinnamon, spinach, cilantro, fresh mint, lemon, water, ice, chia, and walnuts. Blakely also tries to get a yoga session in at 6:30 a.m. before taking her kids to school.

Mark Zuckerberg stays true to his brand. The first thing he does is check his phone in bed.

Mark Zuckerberg: The first I do is look at my phone. I look at Facebook.

Jerry Seinfeld: Right.

Zuckerberg: Right to see — to see what’s going on in the world.

Seinfeld: Right, right.

Zuckerberg: And I check my messages. I look at Messenger and WhatsApp.

He also says he doesn’t like wasting time on small decisions which is why he wears pretty much the same outfit everyday.

Anastasia Soare is the founder of makeup brand Anastasia Beverly Hills. She also reaches for her phone when she wakes up at 7:00 a.m. Apparently, Instagram is the first app she checks every morning. She always has two cups of black coffee and eats a light breakfast while answering emails. Her personal trainer comes to her house most days and she exercises for an hour. And of course, she never leaves her house without doing her eyebrows.

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How to monitor billions of posts in more than 100 languages? Facebook has the answer

It seems that Facebook has its own rule book when it comes to banning members and some of those surprising guidelines have been published in The New York Times.

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Accusations or hard facts? NYT publishes report on Russian meddling

The New York Times has published a mamouth special report describing Russia’s alleged interference in the 2016 US presidential election.

Out of the 10-thousand words in the article, the word ‘alleged’ is used only twice – with the story instead appartently portraying many unproven accusations as facts.

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‘Gutless editorial’: NYT releases anonymous op-ed by Trump admin ‘resistance’

The New York Times has published an explosive opinion piece allegedly written by a senior White House official claiming he is part of the resistance inside the Trump administration. For obvious reasons, the publication was anonymous.

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AP Explains: Trump fuming over NY Times Op-Ed

(6 Sep 2018) President Donald Trump is reportedly fuming about an opinion piece in The New York Times by an anonymous senior administration official claiming to be part of a “resistance” working ” from within.” AP Reporter Zeke Miller explains. (Sept. 6)

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Sen. Durbin says NYT op-ed is credible

(6 Sep 2018) Sen. Dick Durbin is saying an op-ed published by The New York Times detailing a “resistance” force within the White House is believable. Other democrats are criticizing the president, and Sen. Ted Cruz is more focused on the Kavanaugh hearing. (Sept. 5)

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FILE: Asia Argento settled with sexual assault accuser – report

Italian actress Asia Argento, who became a leading figure in the #MeToo movement after accusing powerhouse producer Harvey Weinstein of rape, paid hush money to a man who claimed she sexually assaulted him when he was 17, The New York Times reported on August 19.

Trump ‘on tape’ talking payment to Playboy model: NY Times

Donald Trump was secretly taped discussing payments to a former Playboy model who claims to have had an affair with the US president by his former lawyer, Michael Cohen, The New York Times reports.

Manhattan DA To Stop Prosecuting Pot Possession

Manhattan’s District Attorney Cyrus Vance says his office will largely stop prosecuting people for possessing or smoking marijuana starting Aug. 1. The move comes after The New York Times reported on the persistent racial gap in marijuana arrests. (May 16)

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Success no matter what: NYT gets Polk award for Trump-Russia ties story… debunked by FBI

Meanwhile, dubious claims of a Russian connection has risen to award-winning levels. The New York Times has secured one of the most-reputable prizes in journalism for a story about President Trump’s ties to Russia. That’s despite one of its articles being debunked by the FBI.

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Analysis: Significance of Trump Mueller Report

According to The New York Times, President Donald Trump ordered White House lawyer Don McGahn to fire special counsel Robert Mueller last June. Trump pushed back Friday against the report calling it “Fake news.” (Jan. 26)

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These Are The $800 Knives That Celebrity Chefs Like Massimo Bottura Swear By

Chelsea Miller started making custom knives in 2011 and has grown her client list to include some of the top chefs in the world. Business Insider visited her Brooklyn studio to learn how she does it. Following is a transcript of video.

Chelsea Miller: I’m Chelsea Miller and I make knives.

Some of the world’s best chefs use her knives.

Chelsea Miller: The chefs at Eleven Madison, Mario Batali, Massimo Bottura. Chefs who make some really, really delicious food. Let’s say that.

And they don’t come cheap.

Chelsea Miller: My smaller knives start at $200, the largest knife, the chef knife are $800.

I moved to New York when I was 18 and I was singing, dancing, acting, and as much as I love that kind of storytelling, I grew up in Vermont on a farm, homeschooled, my father was a blacksmith, and I was really missing that quality of working with your hands and that creative process.

So I went home for a while at the end of 2011 and started playing around in my father’s shop. These knives came out of that exploration.

My friends encouraged me to take out a booth at the Brooklyn Flea and the Brooklyn Flea is an incredible place to be as a creator because there’s an incredible amount of foot traffic and a lot of high profile writers, photographers, chefs. And that’s how I got my first publications in Saveur Magazine and The New York Times and it really blew up from there.

Most of all my knives have a grater on the side, which is very unique because I’ve never seen a knife with a grater, but also that is the original function of the original material that I make it from. They’re made from horseshoe rasps which have that rasp on the side that was originally used for filing horse’s hooves. So in my mind, I thought, “Why take that away?” We can incorporate that into this new tool.

Since I’ve started my own business, I’ve noticed a real progressive movement towards more and more and more handmade things and a lot more consciousness about where you items are coming from. Trying to buy things that are going to last you your lifetime instead of something that’s meant to be thrown away the second you open it.

I leave a window of about three to six months. If I were making one knife at a time, that would take me a couple of days, but because I have so many I tend to make them in batches, so as many as I can, I start from the beginning process, maybe 10 knives at the same time. So for a few weeks I’ll be working on those first initial processes on those knives altogether. Then I’ll move on to the next stage.

I use the forge for all of my smaller knives and essentially what we’re doing is we’re heating the metal and then using the hammer to hammer out the metal, lengthen the metal, to give us a longer, smoother material. And I don’t do that with the chef’s knives because I want to leave that grater on the side of the knife.

So with the larger chef’s knives, I’ve already cut out the pieces in Vermont with an oxy acetylene torch and then once I get them here, I start the stock removal process. So I start with my bench grinder, grinding away the excess metal on one side to leave the grater on the other.

And then I’ll move to my belt sander, and using a series of belts that go from very coarse to very fine, I’ll bring that blade down to a fine edge and make it all shiny and smooth and sharp.

Each piece, depending on the way that it looks, it calls for a different piece of wood. So I’ll shuffle through a lot of wood to find the right wood for the right knife.

And we’ll cut out the wood, we will sand the handle a little bit, then we’ll drill the holes, glue it together, clamp it, and then wait for it to cure. I usually let it cure for about 24 hours.

Then we’ll take that off, sand the handle down, all the excess glue off the edges. And then we’ll put a final sharpen on the blade, oil up the handle, and it’s ready to go off and cut some vegetables.

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Why Did It Take So Long For Sexual Harassment Allegations To Surface?

At Business Insider’s annual flagship conference IGNITION, US Editor-In-Chief Alyson Shontell moderated a panel of reporters to discuss sexual harassment hitting the headlines and why it took so long.

Panelists: Irin Carmon, contributing writer at The Washington Post; Jodi Kantor, reporter at The New York Times; and Kim Masters, editor-at-large of The Hollywood Reporter

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Megyn Kelly Heard Rumors About Matt Lauer And ‘Hoped It Wasn’t True’

During an interview at Business Insider’s IGNITION conference in New York on Wednesday, NBC’s Megyn Kelly told us that she’d heard rumors about Matt Lauer, but she did not know the extent of the allegations until Wednesday. Following is a transcript of the video.

Alyson Shontell: We gotta address the elephant in the room first. Matt Lauer … holy cow.

When you woke up this morning, did you know that this was brewing? What were your thoughts?

Megyn Kelly: No, I didn’t. You know, I …

Shontell: Not at all? Not like … “Variety” and “The New York Times” have been working on stories. You don’t hear about these things? 

Kelly: So, I didn’t have any official knowledge. But because of the work I do, and the stories I cover, and the connections I have in the industry, I have a general feel for… I mean I knew the Charlie Rose thing was coming.

And I had heard rumors about Matt, but that’s all they were. And my feeling on it was a rumor is not the same as reportable fact, and it was also that I hear a lot of rumors about myself too that are completely untrue. And when you’re a public figure, people do make up things about you and put them in print.

So I had no inside knowledge at all, but I knew people were sniffing around the issue. And hoped it wasn’t true and wouldn’t have been surprised if none of that had materialized, and he had a long… you know… and enjoyable last whatever, however many years he wanted to be at the “Today Show.”

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Trump moves to oust far-right aide Bannon: report

President Donald Trump has moved to dismiss his far-right chief strategist Steve Bannon, as the White House reels from the fallout over Trump’s response to a violent white supremacist rally, The New York Times reports.

Another bout of hysteria: CNN blames Russian hackers for NYT breach

The New York Times has reported that its Moscow bureau was targeted in an attempted cyberattack – and claims Russians are responsible. CNN took up the story and now says the FBI is investigating the accusations.

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