Kim Kardashian gave a tour of her home on Instagram

As Vogue’s May cover star, Kim Kardashian West gave the magazine’s website a tour of her Hidden Hills, California home during her “73 questions” interview. When asked to describe its style, Kardashian West replied: “I would say like a minimal monastery.” Kardashian West later explained some of the unique features of her home in an Instagram Story. “Since everyone is a little confused about our sinks, I thought I would just show you guys a little tour of our bathroom,” Kardashian West says in her


As Vogue’s May cover star, Kim Kardashian West gave the magazine’s website a tour of her Hidden Hills, California home during her “73 questions” interview. When asked to describe its style, Kardashian West replied: “I would say like a minimal monastery.” Kardashian West later explained some of the unique features of her home in an Instagram Story. “Since everyone is a little confused about our sinks, I thought I would just show you guys a little tour of our bathroom,” Kardashian West says in her
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Kim Kardashian gave a tour of her home on Instagram

As Vogue’s May cover star, Kim Kardashian West gave the magazine’s website a tour of her Hidden Hills, California home during her “73 questions” interview. When asked to describe its style, Kardashian West replied: “I would say like a minimal monastery.”

As Kardashian West walks through her home, viewers can see a large bedroom, a bathroom with a square bathtub in the middle, a long hallway with an arched ceiling and glass doors and a living room with an “unbleached Steinway” piano, according to Kardashian West.

Kardashian West later explained some of the unique features of her home in an Instagram Story.

First is the bathroom. Kardashian West says the bathtub “fits all our kids,” and there is a rain shower. “Since everyone is a little confused about our sinks, I thought I would just show you guys a little tour of our bathroom,” Kardashian West says in her Instagram story.

She explains there were eight versions of the prototype sink made. In the story, viewers can see that there are two faucets that appear to have no basin, though Kardashian West clarifies the countertop “slopes down.”

When she turns on the faucet, the water pours into a slit. “You can put it on as high pressure as you want and no back splash will come up.”

In her bedroom, Kardashian West shows off a flat-screen TV that rises up from its hiding spot in the floor.

She says it’s a “130-inch” in front of the bed.

In April 2018, People magazine reported the house is worth $20 million. Kardashian West’s mom, Kris Jenner, responded in a Tweet: “WOW wrong again!! Their house is $60 MIL.”

Kardashian West recently announced she wants to be a lawyer. She plans to take the bar exam in 2022 and registered with the California State Bar to study law last year, according to her Instagram post.

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Facebook says its employees had access to millions of Instagram passwords

Facebook on Thursday said millions of Instagram user passwords were exposed to employees in a searchable format in an internal database. The announcement came in an update to a blog post that was published last month after the company disclosed millions of Facebook user passwords were exposed to employees. Cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs reported in March that up to 600 million Facebook passwords were exposed. Facebook said in the blog post it would be notifying the millions more Instagram


Facebook on Thursday said millions of Instagram user passwords were exposed to employees in a searchable format in an internal database. The announcement came in an update to a blog post that was published last month after the company disclosed millions of Facebook user passwords were exposed to employees. Cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs reported in March that up to 600 million Facebook passwords were exposed. Facebook said in the blog post it would be notifying the millions more Instagram
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Facebook says its employees had access to millions of Instagram passwords

Facebook on Thursday said millions of Instagram user passwords were exposed to employees in a searchable format in an internal database.

The announcement came in an update to a blog post that was published last month after the company disclosed millions of Facebook user passwords were exposed to employees. The blog post originally said thousands of Instagram passwords were exposed. Cybersecurity journalist Brian Krebs reported in March that up to 600 million Facebook passwords were exposed.

Facebook said in the blog post it would be notifying the millions more Instagram users whose passwords were exposed. The company also said its internal investigation determined that the passwords were not “abused or improperly accessed.” However, thousands of Facebook employees would have had access to the passwords, and Facebook hasn’t provided an update to its investigation since it was originally reported in March.

Facebook’s stock was down less than half a percent Thursday afternoon.


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This is what $420,000 Lamborghini looks like covered with 2 million Swarovski crystals

First bitcoin enthusiasts were into buying Lamborghinis with the crypto, and now a Russian Instagram star has covered her Lambo in Swarovski crystals. Blogger and Instagram model Daria Radionova (also CEO of DR Jackets, according to her Instagram bio) says she bedazzled her Lamborghini Aventador SV in 2 million Swarovski crystals, revealing the car in London on April 6. The supercar costs around $421,000 without the custom bling. “Two million crystals were applied by hand, and it took over 700 h


First bitcoin enthusiasts were into buying Lamborghinis with the crypto, and now a Russian Instagram star has covered her Lambo in Swarovski crystals. Blogger and Instagram model Daria Radionova (also CEO of DR Jackets, according to her Instagram bio) says she bedazzled her Lamborghini Aventador SV in 2 million Swarovski crystals, revealing the car in London on April 6. The supercar costs around $421,000 without the custom bling. “Two million crystals were applied by hand, and it took over 700 h
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This is what $420,000 Lamborghini looks like covered with 2 million Swarovski crystals

First bitcoin enthusiasts were into buying Lamborghinis with the crypto, and now a Russian Instagram star has covered her Lambo in Swarovski crystals.

Blogger and Instagram model Daria Radionova (also CEO of DR Jackets, according to her Instagram bio) says she bedazzled her Lamborghini Aventador SV in 2 million Swarovski crystals, revealing the car in London on April 6. The supercar costs around $421,000 without the custom bling.

“Two million crystals were applied by hand, and it took over 700 hours to make” the car, Radionova wrote in an Instagram post. The majority of the crystals are black, with red crystals used to spell out “SV” on the car’s sides.


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Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp suffer hours-long outage in US, Europe

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were down Sunday. All three social media platforms, including Facebook Messenger, were not loading as of early Sunday morning. Downdetector.com, a site that monitors site outages, shows Facebook was down since 6:30 a.m. EST in much of the world, with thousands of reported outages concentrated in northeastern U.S., Europe and the Philippines. An email requesting comment about the outage was sent to Facebook and Instagram. There are more than 1.52 billion daily act


Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were down Sunday. All three social media platforms, including Facebook Messenger, were not loading as of early Sunday morning. Downdetector.com, a site that monitors site outages, shows Facebook was down since 6:30 a.m. EST in much of the world, with thousands of reported outages concentrated in northeastern U.S., Europe and the Philippines. An email requesting comment about the outage was sent to Facebook and Instagram. There are more than 1.52 billion daily act
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Facebook, Instagram, WhatsApp suffer hours-long outage in US, Europe

Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp were down Sunday.

All three social media platforms, including Facebook Messenger, were not loading as of early Sunday morning.

Downdetector.com, a site that monitors site outages, shows Facebook was down since 6:30 a.m. EST in much of the world, with thousands of reported outages concentrated in northeastern U.S., Europe and the Philippines.

Facebook appeared to be back up and running for most users by 9 a.m. EST.

It was not immediately clear what caused the outage or how long the platforms would be down.

An email requesting comment about the outage was sent to Facebook and Instagram.

#FacebookDown, #instagramdown and #whatsappdown were all trending on Twitter globally.

Facebook acquired Instagram in 2012 and WhatsApp in 2014.

There are more than 1.52 billion daily active Facebook users, according to the social media network’s website.


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Instagram is the best way to market to teens, says Piper Jaffray survey

Seventy percent of respondents said they preferred Instagram for brand engagement. Only 20% of teens preferred hearing from brands on Twitter, and only about 12% preferred Facebook. Piper Jaffray asked 8,000 teens, with the average age of 16, across the United States about their spending habits, branding preferences and behaviors. “Shopping is more than an errand – it’s also about what you discover along the way,” Instagram said in a statement when it first introduced shopping through the app. “


Seventy percent of respondents said they preferred Instagram for brand engagement. Only 20% of teens preferred hearing from brands on Twitter, and only about 12% preferred Facebook. Piper Jaffray asked 8,000 teens, with the average age of 16, across the United States about their spending habits, branding preferences and behaviors. “Shopping is more than an errand – it’s also about what you discover along the way,” Instagram said in a statement when it first introduced shopping through the app. “
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Instagram is the best way to market to teens, says Piper Jaffray survey

If a brand is looking to target teenagers, it should be reaching out to them through Instagram.

People in Gen Z, born between 1997 and 2012, “overwhelmingly prefer” when brands contact them on Instagram rather than through other social media channels, according to a new survey from analysts at Piper Jaffray. Seventy percent of respondents said they preferred Instagram for brand engagement.

It’s a strong sign for Instagram’s budding shopping product, where brands can insert links to buy products that are advertised on the site. Facebook, which owns Instagram, gets a cut of the revenue.

Instagram in general is extremely popular among teens, with 90% penetration among 14-to-18-year-olds, according to the report.

Snapchat comes in second place for branding,with just under 50% of teens preferring that brands use it to reach out to them. Twitter and Facebook fared much more poorly, coming in behind email (about 38%), text messaging (about 35%), and website ads (about 30%). Only 20% of teens preferred hearing from brands on Twitter, and only about 12% preferred Facebook.

Piper Jaffray asked 8,000 teens, with the average age of 16, across the United States about their spending habits, branding preferences and behaviors. The study’s results come just after Instagram rolled out its checkout option on March 19, which allows consumers to purchase products without leaving the app.

The survey comes just over half a year after Instagram first began allowing users to directly click on links to purchase items through the app.

“Shopping is more than an errand – it’s also about what you discover along the way,” Instagram said in a statement when it first introduced shopping through the app. “For many people on Instagram, shopping is an entertaining way to get inspired and connect with new and interesting brands.”

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This cafe-owner designed her restaurant to attract Instagram users — and it’s working

For Suteja, Instagram — the Faceboook-owned social media app — is really about the bottom line. Suteja designed Crate to attract social media users. “But how do you make it so that any photo you look at, you know it’s a Crate bacon and egg?” She attributes the majority of her business to customers discovering her restaurant on Instagram. “You see something on Instagram, you’re going to send it someone or tag a friend.


For Suteja, Instagram — the Faceboook-owned social media app — is really about the bottom line. Suteja designed Crate to attract social media users. “But how do you make it so that any photo you look at, you know it’s a Crate bacon and egg?” She attributes the majority of her business to customers discovering her restaurant on Instagram. “You see something on Instagram, you’re going to send it someone or tag a friend.
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This cafe-owner designed her restaurant to attract Instagram users — and it's working

Cafe-owner Maree Suteja, who is in her 50’s, may well be spending as much time on Instagram as her two social-media obsessed children who are in their 20’s.

For Suteja, Instagram — the Faceboook-owned social media app — is really about the bottom line.

The former school teacher moved from Australia to Bali, Indonesia where she opened Crate Cafe — known as an “Instagrammers paradise” to tourists, expats and locals.

Suteja designed Crate to attract social media users. The bistro has a minimalist, warehouse-inspired ambiance with bright, natural sunlight streaming into the restaurant. There are displays of unique artwork all around and its dishes are presented in a picture-perfect form.

“Anyone can do a bacon and eggs,” she said. “But how do you make it so that any photo you look at, you know it’s a Crate bacon and egg?”

She attributes the majority of her business to customers discovering her restaurant on Instagram.

The restaurant’s Instagram account has amassed more than 47,000 followers and features a combination of food and people posing before they tuck into their meals.

“Instagram goes hand-in-hand with word-of-mouth,” she said. “You see something on Instagram, you’re going to send it someone or tag a friend. It’s that thing about tagging people and that gets the word out.”


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Never, ever friend these 5 types of co-workers on Facebook, Instagram—or any social media site

But what do you do when your co-worker or boss sends you a friend request? With nearly 2.3 billion monthly users on Facebook and at least one billion on Instagram, you and those you work with will undoubtedly come across each other at one point or another. This blending of work and personal life can make boundaries even trickier to navigate online than in the office. According to a study by Igloo Software, a digital workplace solutions company, 68 percent of full-time employees are connected wit


But what do you do when your co-worker or boss sends you a friend request? With nearly 2.3 billion monthly users on Facebook and at least one billion on Instagram, you and those you work with will undoubtedly come across each other at one point or another. This blending of work and personal life can make boundaries even trickier to navigate online than in the office. According to a study by Igloo Software, a digital workplace solutions company, 68 percent of full-time employees are connected wit
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Never, ever friend these 5 types of co-workers on Facebook, Instagram—or any social media site

Social media sites like Facebook and Instagram are great platforms for sharing snippets of your life — whether it’s a weekend ski getaway with friends or family, a conference you attended for work or a photo of your adorable pet (who everyone already know you’re obsessed with).

But what do you do when your co-worker or boss sends you a friend request? With nearly 2.3 billion monthly users on Facebook and at least one billion on Instagram, you and those you work with will undoubtedly come across each other at one point or another. This blending of work and personal life can make boundaries even trickier to navigate online than in the office.

According to a study by Igloo Software, a digital workplace solutions company, 68 percent of full-time employees are connected with some of their co-workers on social media. Millennials (ages 18 to 24) are more than twice as likely as baby boomers to connect with anyone from work that they receive a request from. Interestingly, 91 percent of all these connections were made on Facebook.


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Never, ever friend these 5 types of co-workers on Facebook, Instagram—or any social media site

But what do you do when your co-worker or boss sends you a friend request? With nearly 2.3 billion monthly users on Facebook and at least one billion on Instagram, you and those you work with will undoubtedly come across each other at one point or another. This blending of work and personal life can make boundaries even trickier to navigate online than in the office. According to a study by Igloo Software, a digital workplace solutions company, 68 percent of full-time employees are connected wit


But what do you do when your co-worker or boss sends you a friend request? With nearly 2.3 billion monthly users on Facebook and at least one billion on Instagram, you and those you work with will undoubtedly come across each other at one point or another. This blending of work and personal life can make boundaries even trickier to navigate online than in the office. According to a study by Igloo Software, a digital workplace solutions company, 68 percent of full-time employees are connected wit
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Never, ever friend these 5 types of co-workers on Facebook, Instagram—or any social media site

Social media sites like Facebook and Instagram are great platforms for sharing snippets of your life — whether it’s a weekend ski getaway with friends or family, a conference you attended for work or a photo of your adorable pet (who everyone already know you’re obsessed with).

But what do you do when your co-worker or boss sends you a friend request? With nearly 2.3 billion monthly users on Facebook and at least one billion on Instagram, you and those you work with will undoubtedly come across each other at one point or another. This blending of work and personal life can make boundaries even trickier to navigate online than in the office.

According to a study by Igloo Software, a digital workplace solutions company, 68 percent of full-time employees are connected with some of their co-workers on social media. Millennials (ages 18 to 24) are more than twice as likely as baby boomers to connect with anyone from work that they receive a request from. Interestingly, 91 percent of all these connections were made on Facebook.


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This was fitness star Kayla Itsines’ sentimental first splurge

Personal trainer, Instagram star and entrepreneur Kayla Itsines turned her talent for helping transform women’s bodies into a fitness empire with her company, Sweat. “The first thing I actually did with any money was pay off my parents’ house,” Itsines tells CNBC Make It. “I asked my parents to read the card out loud and it just said like, ‘well, we paid off your house,'” Itsines says. The workout program went on to achieve wild success — its hashtag #BBG has 7.1 million Instagram posts and coun


Personal trainer, Instagram star and entrepreneur Kayla Itsines turned her talent for helping transform women’s bodies into a fitness empire with her company, Sweat. “The first thing I actually did with any money was pay off my parents’ house,” Itsines tells CNBC Make It. “I asked my parents to read the card out loud and it just said like, ‘well, we paid off your house,'” Itsines says. The workout program went on to achieve wild success — its hashtag #BBG has 7.1 million Instagram posts and coun
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This was fitness star Kayla Itsines' sentimental first splurge

Personal trainer, Instagram star and entrepreneur Kayla Itsines turned her talent for helping transform women’s bodies into a fitness empire with her company, Sweat. Its monthly membership fitness app alone brings in millions of dollars and Itsines been called a Top Fitness Influencer by Forbes (with 11 million followers on Instagram alone) and one of Time’s Most Influential People on the Internet.

With that kind of entrepreneurial success, Itsines, 27, has certainly earned the right to buy herself something expensive. But the first time the fitness star splurged, it was for her family.

“The first thing I actually did with any money was pay off my parents’ house,” Itsines tells CNBC Make It. “That was my goal. I used to be a little kid in bed and lie on my pillow — and I know it doesn’t sound like much — but I used to be like ‘if someone gave me $1,000, what would I do?'”

When Itsines was a child she didn’t know that $1,000 wouldn’t be enough to buy a house for her parents, but that’s what she vowed to do, along with fixing her uncle’s shed and buying her dad a car.

Itsines has made a lot more than a grand, and in 2015, she paid off her parents’ mortgage as a Christmas present. She shared the news with her parents by writing it in a Christmas card and recalls it as being the, “best feeling in the world.”

“I asked my parents to read the card out loud and it just said like, ‘well, we paid off your house,'” Itsines says. “And then my mom cried and my dad, who never cries, sort of had a tear. He sort of pretended he had something in his eye and then he’d give us a big hug. And then my sister was crying. It was great, everyone was crying…. My parents are the nicest, most deserving people that have worked so hard.”

Itsines, along with her fiance Tobi Pearce, launched an e-book featuring Itsine’s Bikini Body Guide Program in early 2014. The workout program went on to achieve wild success — its hashtag #BBG has 7.1 million Instagram posts and counting. BBG has since evolved into monthly membership app Sweat, which as of June was on-track to pull in $77 million for 2018, TechCrunch reported.

Itsines, who is from Australia, explains her parents worked hard to give her and her sister a good education; her mother worked in real estate and then in a fish shop, while her dad worked as an English as a second language teacher.

“They just deserve the world,” Itsines says. “They gave us everything that they could — they gave us so much love — and so, you give it back.”

Don’t miss: Fitness guru Kayla Itsines: How to set goals and actually meet them

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Gary Vaynerchuk: Stop comparing yourself to others on Instagram

Gary Vaynerchuk, serial entrepreneur and CEO of VaynerMedia, has some real talk for 20-somethings: There’s no secret to success. If you want to get ahead, you have to be willing to spend years working and sacrificing. The first step is to stop using other people as a metric of success, Vaynerchuk tells her. If you’re wasting hours on Instagram comparing yourself to your peers, “you’re losing,” he says. That’s because “you’re in your bed looking at somebody’s glamorous Photoshopped [picture] of t


Gary Vaynerchuk, serial entrepreneur and CEO of VaynerMedia, has some real talk for 20-somethings: There’s no secret to success. If you want to get ahead, you have to be willing to spend years working and sacrificing. The first step is to stop using other people as a metric of success, Vaynerchuk tells her. If you’re wasting hours on Instagram comparing yourself to your peers, “you’re losing,” he says. That’s because “you’re in your bed looking at somebody’s glamorous Photoshopped [picture] of t
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Gary Vaynerchuk: Stop comparing yourself to others on Instagram

Gary Vaynerchuk, serial entrepreneur and CEO of VaynerMedia, has some real talk for 20-somethings: There’s no secret to success. If you want to get ahead, you have to be willing to spend years working and sacrificing.

By wasting time trying to figure out a shortcut, you’re “playing a fake narrative instead of putting in the actual work that’s needed to actually pull it off,” Vaynerchuk tells Taylor, a 22-year-old who called into his “#AskGaryVee” show on IGTV.

A recent college graduate with dreams of starting her own business, Taylor wanted to know how she could get over feeling as though her career wasn’t progressing quickly enough.

The first step is to stop using other people as a metric of success, Vaynerchuk tells her.

“Don’t compare yourself to the Kardashians,” he says. “Every second you spend thinking about what someone else has, it is taking away from time that you can create something for yourself.”

If you’re wasting hours on Instagram comparing yourself to your peers, “you’re losing,” he says. That’s because “you’re in your bed looking at somebody’s glamorous Photoshopped [picture] of them doing something cool, and you’re envious and you’re jealous and you’re impatient, and it’s crippling your upside.”


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