British police to investigate leak of ambassador’s memos that led to his resignation

Kim Darroch, the United Kingdom’s ambassador to the United States, at the Library of Congress in Washington DC. British police on Friday said they had opened an investigation into a leak of confidential memos that led to the resignation of the British ambassador to Washington. Kim Darroch quit on Wednesday after Donald Trump called him “stupid” and “wacky” following the publication of the confidential memos by a newspaper. “I would say to the person or people who did this, the impact of what you


Kim Darroch, the United Kingdom’s ambassador to the United States, at the Library of Congress in Washington DC. British police on Friday said they had opened an investigation into a leak of confidential memos that led to the resignation of the British ambassador to Washington. Kim Darroch quit on Wednesday after Donald Trump called him “stupid” and “wacky” following the publication of the confidential memos by a newspaper. “I would say to the person or people who did this, the impact of what you
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British police to investigate leak of ambassador's memos that led to his resignation

Kim Darroch, the United Kingdom’s ambassador to the United States, at the Library of Congress in Washington DC.

British police on Friday said they had opened an investigation into a leak of confidential memos that led to the resignation of the British ambassador to Washington.

Kim Darroch quit on Wednesday after Donald Trump called him “stupid” and “wacky” following the publication of the confidential memos by a newspaper. In them, Darroch called Trump’s administration inept.

London’s Metropolitan Police said its counter-terrorism command, which takes national responsibility for investigating allegations of criminal breaches of the Official Secrets Act, was leading the investigation.

“Given the widely reported consequences of that leak I am satisfied that there has been damage caused to UK international relations, and there would be clear public interest in bringing the person or people responsible to justice,” Met Assistant Commissioner Neil Basu said in a statement.

“I would say to the person or people who did this, the impact of what you have done is obvious. However, you are now also responsible for diverting busy detectives from undertaking their core mission. You can stop this now. Turn yourself in at the earliest opportunity, explain yourself and face the consequences.”

Basu added a warning to journalists and publishers that they could be in breach of the law if they published further details from the memos.

“The publication of leaked communications, knowing the damage they have caused or are likely to cause, may also be a criminal matter,” he said.

“I would advise all owners, editors and publishers of social and mainstream media not to publish leaked government documents that may already be in their possession, or which may be offered to them, and to turn them over to the police or give them back to their rightful owner, Her Majesty’s Government.”


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From the Mustang to the minivan, auto legend Lee Iacocca is dead at 94

Lee Iacocca, former Chrysler chairman, in 2005. (Photo by Matthew Simmons/Getty Images)Lido Anthony Iacocca, the automobile industry legend best known as “Lee,” died at the age of 94 on Tuesday morning, his family confirmed. A child of Italian immigrants who grow up in humble conditions, Iacocca became one of the most powerful — and best known — executives in Detroit. After being fired in a dispute with company heir Henry Ford II, Iacocca joined the then-struggling Chrysler. Using both his busin


Lee Iacocca, former Chrysler chairman, in 2005. (Photo by Matthew Simmons/Getty Images)Lido Anthony Iacocca, the automobile industry legend best known as “Lee,” died at the age of 94 on Tuesday morning, his family confirmed. A child of Italian immigrants who grow up in humble conditions, Iacocca became one of the most powerful — and best known — executives in Detroit. After being fired in a dispute with company heir Henry Ford II, Iacocca joined the then-struggling Chrysler. Using both his busin
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From the Mustang to the minivan, auto legend Lee Iacocca is dead at 94

Lee Iacocca, former Chrysler chairman, in 2005. (Photo by Matthew Simmons/Getty Images)

Lido Anthony Iacocca, the automobile industry legend best known as “Lee,” died at the age of 94 on Tuesday morning, his family confirmed.

A child of Italian immigrants who grow up in humble conditions, Iacocca became one of the most powerful — and best known — executives in Detroit.

Iacocca rose to become president of Ford Motor in December 1970.

After being fired in a dispute with company heir Henry Ford II, Iacocca joined the then-struggling Chrysler. Using both his business skills and ability to turn a phrase, he won federal loan guarantees that helped the automaker avoid a potential 1980 bankruptcy.


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Dow futures turn positive ahead of open as investors digest Powell comments

U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Wednesday morning, after Fed Chairman Powell downplayed chances of a rate cut and argued that any decision will be based on a broad scope of information. ET, Dow futures rose 7 points, indicating a positive open of more than 13 points. Wall Street saw its worst day of June on Tuesday on the back of comments from Federal Reserve officials. Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the central bank is assessing whether the U.S. economy is calling for lower rates. H


U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Wednesday morning, after Fed Chairman Powell downplayed chances of a rate cut and argued that any decision will be based on a broad scope of information. ET, Dow futures rose 7 points, indicating a positive open of more than 13 points. Wall Street saw its worst day of June on Tuesday on the back of comments from Federal Reserve officials. Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the central bank is assessing whether the U.S. economy is calling for lower rates. H
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Dow futures turn positive ahead of open as investors digest Powell comments

U.S. stock index futures were slightly higher Wednesday morning, after Fed Chairman Powell downplayed chances of a rate cut and argued that any decision will be based on a broad scope of information.

At around 4:10 a.m. ET, Dow futures rose 7 points, indicating a positive open of more than 13 points. Futures on the S&P and Nasdaq were both seen slightly higher.

Wall Street saw its worst day of June on Tuesday on the back of comments from Federal Reserve officials. Fed Chair Jerome Powell said the central bank is assessing whether the U.S. economy is calling for lower rates. However, Powell also said that the Fed will take a wait-and-see approach given how rapid recent economic changes have been.


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This 26-year-old entrepreneur wants to turn high school gamers into professional esports stars

Delane Parnell sees the future of the billion-dollar esports industry — and, it’s still in high school. Parnell, 26, is the founder and CEO of PlayVS, a Santa Monica-based tech start-up that has raised $46 million from high profile investors to create officially sanctioned high school esports leagues that can turn teen gamers into varsity athletes. Through an exclusive partnership with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), PlayVS (pronounced “play versus”) is the offi


Delane Parnell sees the future of the billion-dollar esports industry — and, it’s still in high school. Parnell, 26, is the founder and CEO of PlayVS, a Santa Monica-based tech start-up that has raised $46 million from high profile investors to create officially sanctioned high school esports leagues that can turn teen gamers into varsity athletes. Through an exclusive partnership with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), PlayVS (pronounced “play versus”) is the offi
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This 26-year-old entrepreneur wants to turn high school gamers into professional esports stars

Delane Parnell sees the future of the billion-dollar esports industry — and, it’s still in high school.

Parnell, 26, is the founder and CEO of PlayVS, a Santa Monica-based tech start-up that has raised $46 million from high profile investors to create officially sanctioned high school esports leagues that can turn teen gamers into varsity athletes. Through an exclusive partnership with the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS), PlayVS (pronounced “play versus”) is the official operator of esports in high schools in 15 U.S. states, so far.

“Obviously, there’s a lot of excitement and momentum around esports today,” Parnell tells CNBC Make It, referring to the fact that esports is already a billion-dollar industry where the top professional gamers rake in millions.

“But, what people don’t really recognize is that esports really only exist at the pro level.”

Professional esports leagues and tournaments have a global audience of roughly 380 million viewers, according to industry research firm Newzoo. But Parnell — a college dropout who furiously networked his way into a tech career — had formed and sold his own esports team, so he realized that the growing esports business would soon need a talent pipeline where amateur players could hone their competitive gaming skills to maybe one day go professional.

With that in mind, Parnell launched PlayVS in early 2018. PlayVS partnered with the NFHS (essentially the NCAA of high school), as well as video game publishers like Riot Games to make sure that high school gamers across the U.S. can form teams at their schools, receive coaching and compete against rivals at other schools in much the same way that teen football players do.

The primary product that PlayVS offers is its software platform that schools or parents pay $64 a season for students (13 and over) to access from their schools’ libraries or computer labs. It serves as the high school esports leagues’ defacto version of everything from practice space and playing field to league administration office. Schools can use the software to get a local team coach certified by PlayVS, while student players log on to hone their skills and compete against rival schools. PlayVS’ platform also tracks the students’ gaming skills, allowing them to keep track of their progress during practice and tally points and wins during competitions.

“All of that activity happens online,” Parnell tells CNBC Make It.


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This video perfectly captures why ‘smart’ homes have never caught on

GE published a video in January that everyone’s just now talking about, and it perfectly captures why smart homes have never really caught on. In it, GE shows how to reset its smart light bulbs. The video starts with a warning that you might have one of two different smart bulb models or your smart bulb might be running on older firmware — itself a hilarious idea — and that you may need to try a second process that’s explained in the latter part of the clip. It requires turning the bulb on and o


GE published a video in January that everyone’s just now talking about, and it perfectly captures why smart homes have never really caught on. In it, GE shows how to reset its smart light bulbs. The video starts with a warning that you might have one of two different smart bulb models or your smart bulb might be running on older firmware — itself a hilarious idea — and that you may need to try a second process that’s explained in the latter part of the clip. It requires turning the bulb on and o
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This video perfectly captures why 'smart' homes have never caught on

GE published a video in January that everyone’s just now talking about, and it perfectly captures why smart homes have never really caught on.

In it, GE shows how to reset its smart light bulbs. The video starts with a warning that you might have one of two different smart bulb models or your smart bulb might be running on older firmware — itself a hilarious idea — and that you may need to try a second process that’s explained in the latter part of the clip.

GE begins to explain how to reset the bulbs. It requires turning the bulb on and off several times for a specific number of seconds. The narrator’s voice is both soothing and forceful as he repeats “Turn off for two seconds. Turn on for eight seconds.” It sounds like a meditation guide.

If this doesn’t work, GE says, you have a different model of bulb or older firmware, and you need to try a second process of turning the bulb on and off for a different amount of time.

GE did not immediately respond to CNBC’s request for comment.

The video perfectly illustrates why some people are turned off by smart homes: because you need to keep everything updated, including things like light bulbs that can otherwise be operated with the simple flick of a switch.

And when things go wrong, they really go wrong.

Check out the video below.


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How to turn off AirDrop so strangers can’t randomly send you nude pics or memes

Todd Haselton | CNBCIt’s anonymous, and you’ll still see a small thumbnail of what someone is trying to send you, even if you ultimately reject the request. You can turn off AirDrop, or configure it differently, so that random people can’t send you nudes or memes. You can also do this to turn off AirDrop:You can use Control Center to turn off AirDrop. Todd Haselton | CNBCPull down the control panel shade on an iPhone X, iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max (or up on the iPhone 8 or older)Press and hold th


Todd Haselton | CNBCIt’s anonymous, and you’ll still see a small thumbnail of what someone is trying to send you, even if you ultimately reject the request. You can turn off AirDrop, or configure it differently, so that random people can’t send you nudes or memes. You can also do this to turn off AirDrop:You can use Control Center to turn off AirDrop. Todd Haselton | CNBCPull down the control panel shade on an iPhone X, iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max (or up on the iPhone 8 or older)Press and hold th
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How to turn off AirDrop so strangers can't randomly send you nude pics or memes

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Fast Company had a story Monday about a woman on a Southwest Airlines flight who was harassed with unwanted nude pictures, which were sent using Apple AirDrop to her iPhone on the flight. AirDrop is a great way to quickly share lots of photos and videos with people, or even other Apple products you own, but, as The Atlantic pointed out recently, it’s also being used more frequently by young people to send random memes to strangers within a 30 foot radius around them.

Notice the thumbnail. Here, I’ve included a picture of my dog, but it could be anything. Todd Haselton | CNBC

It’s anonymous, and you’ll still see a small thumbnail of what someone is trying to send you, even if you ultimately reject the request. You can turn off AirDrop, or configure it differently, so that random people can’t send you nudes or memes. Of course, if you like the fun memes, then you can still leave it on.

Here’s how to turn off AirDrop, or configure it so you only get drops from people you know

AirDrop can be configured in the settings menu. Todd Haselton | CNBC

Open settings on your iPhone.

Choose “General.”

Tap “AirDrop.”

Change the setting from “Everyone” to “Contacts Only” or “Receiving off.”

You can also do this to turn off AirDrop:

You can use Control Center to turn off AirDrop. Todd Haselton | CNBC

Pull down the control panel shade on an iPhone X, iPhone XS or iPhone XS Max (or up on the iPhone 8 or older)

Press and hold the box with the Wi-Fi and Cellular networks in it.

Press and hold the AirDrop option.

Choose “Receiving off” or “Contacts Only.” Both of those settings will prevent strangers from sending you AirDrop messages. You won’t appear in their list of people to share to when they try to send a message, whether it’s a meme or a nude photo. But, if this is the sort of thing you’re into, then you can just leave it on.

In iOS 13, you won’t see a thumbnail of what stranger might try to AirDrop you. Todd Haselton | CNBC


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Many Americans say their financial situation is worse since the Great Recession

The Great Recession has officially been over for a decade. Many people’s finances haven’t recovered from the recession’s blows, according to a new survey by personal finance website Bankrate.com. “There are still tens of millions who are struggling to even get back to where they were before the economy took a turn for the worse,” said Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at Bankrate.com. More than half of Americans who were adults amid the Great Recession said they endured some type of negative


The Great Recession has officially been over for a decade. Many people’s finances haven’t recovered from the recession’s blows, according to a new survey by personal finance website Bankrate.com. “There are still tens of millions who are struggling to even get back to where they were before the economy took a turn for the worse,” said Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at Bankrate.com. More than half of Americans who were adults amid the Great Recession said they endured some type of negative
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Many Americans say their financial situation is worse since the Great Recession

The Great Recession has officially been over for a decade. For many Americans, there’s little reason to celebrate.

Many people’s finances haven’t recovered from the recession’s blows, according to a new survey by personal finance website Bankrate.com.

“There are still tens of millions who are struggling to even get back to where they were before the economy took a turn for the worse,” said Mark Hamrick, senior economic analyst at Bankrate.com.

More than half of Americans who were adults amid the Great Recession said they endured some type of negative financial impact, Bankrate found. And half of those people say they’re doing worse now than before the crisis.


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Here’s a first look at ‘dark mode’ on the iPhone

Earlier this week during its WWDC 19 opening keynote, Apple announced a new dark mode that will come to the iPhone and iPad this fall with the iOS 13 software update. Dark mode, which is already available on Android, changes the typical bright theme to a darker one, which can be easier on the eyes, particularly at night. Developers will be able to add dark mode to their apps using Apple’s new tools, but Apple’s preinstalled apps such as Notes, News, TV, Music, Reminders, Mail and more already ha


Earlier this week during its WWDC 19 opening keynote, Apple announced a new dark mode that will come to the iPhone and iPad this fall with the iOS 13 software update. Dark mode, which is already available on Android, changes the typical bright theme to a darker one, which can be easier on the eyes, particularly at night. Developers will be able to add dark mode to their apps using Apple’s new tools, but Apple’s preinstalled apps such as Notes, News, TV, Music, Reminders, Mail and more already ha
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Here's a first look at 'dark mode' on the iPhone

Earlier this week during its WWDC 19 opening keynote, Apple announced a new dark mode that will come to the iPhone and iPad this fall with the iOS 13 software update.

It’s currently available in the developer beta, which I installed to take a peek at what the new feature looks like.

Dark mode, which is already available on Android, changes the typical bright theme to a darker one, which can be easier on the eyes, particularly at night. Some people just think it looks better, and I agree. Developers will be able to add dark mode to their apps using Apple’s new tools, but Apple’s preinstalled apps such as Notes, News, TV, Music, Reminders, Mail and more already have it in the beta.

In the beta, you turn it on by swiping down from the top right of a newer iPhone (or from the bottom on models without Face ID). Then, tap and hold the display brightness bar and change appearance from light to dark. If you go to Settings > Display & Brightness you can also set dark mode to turn on and off automatically at certain times, or at sunset and sunrise.

Here’s a quick look at what it’s like:


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Suzy Welch: 3 surefire ways to turn your summer internship into a full-time job

But turning an internship into a full-time role is no easy feat. Bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch says that simply excelling at the basics — showing up early, leaving late and getting to know everyone — won’t cut it. “Job interviews are bad enough,” she tells CNBC Make It, “but summer internships are like an interview that lasts two months.” To turn your internship into a full-time job, Welch says there are three challenges you’ll need to ace:CNBC Contributor Suzy We


But turning an internship into a full-time role is no easy feat. Bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch says that simply excelling at the basics — showing up early, leaving late and getting to know everyone — won’t cut it. “Job interviews are bad enough,” she tells CNBC Make It, “but summer internships are like an interview that lasts two months.” To turn your internship into a full-time job, Welch says there are three challenges you’ll need to ace:CNBC Contributor Suzy We
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Suzy Welch: 3 surefire ways to turn your summer internship into a full-time job

Everybody wants to be the golden intern who gets hired at the end of the summer. But turning an internship into a full-time role is no easy feat. Bestselling management author and CNBC contributor Suzy Welch says that simply excelling at the basics — showing up early, leaving late and getting to know everyone — won’t cut it. “Job interviews are bad enough,” she tells CNBC Make It, “but summer internships are like an interview that lasts two months.” To turn your internship into a full-time job, Welch says there are three challenges you’ll need to ace:

CNBC Contributor Suzy Welch

1. Bring something the company doesn’t already have

According to Welch, introducing “a big idea, a critical skill or unique insight into a certain demo or trend” is one of the top ways to prove that you’re worthy of permanent employment. “School is all about telling teachers what they already know,” she says. “Employers want to know what they don’t know.” Welch says that bringing this ability to the table will make you indispensable. “Best case scenario, your value-add should make your employers worry that you might take your brain or skills to a competitor,” putting you in the perfect position to become an “instant ask-back.”

2. Focus on making the company better

Instead of exhausting yourself trying to impress the big bosses, Welch says you should focus on demonstrating how you can personally make the company better and more efficient. “Sure, make it clear that you’d welcome [a job offer],” she says. “But more than anything, all summer you should focus on making the company better, smarter, faster, more competitive.” “Sheer ambition — that’s about you, and it’s the ultimate turn-off. So forget the politicking, and focus on teamwork and results.”

3. Prove that you can represent the brand


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How to turn your summer internship into a job offer

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