Ukraine faces up to reality after political novice wins landslide

This has enabled him to attract young voters who are disaffected with the political establishment in Ukraine. Introducing himself on his website, Zelensky (or “Ze” as he is known) said his goal is to “make people happier in Ukraine. A pre-election program on his website, while lacking specifics, also gives clues on what we could see from Zelensky now he’s president-elect. Zelensky has promised to break the power of oligarchs in Ukraine. For his part, Zelensky said last week that anyone who break


This has enabled him to attract young voters who are disaffected with the political establishment in Ukraine. Introducing himself on his website, Zelensky (or “Ze” as he is known) said his goal is to “make people happier in Ukraine. A pre-election program on his website, while lacking specifics, also gives clues on what we could see from Zelensky now he’s president-elect. Zelensky has promised to break the power of oligarchs in Ukraine. For his part, Zelensky said last week that anyone who break
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Ukraine faces up to reality after political novice wins landslide

With his background in comedy and acting, Zelensky knows how to woo an audience and the 41-year-old has certainly used social media to good effect in his election campaigning. This has enabled him to attract young voters who are disaffected with the political establishment in Ukraine.

Older voters too are fed up at a lack of progress on tackling corruption, analysts note, and they view Zelensky, different from the norm with his informal approach, as a breath of fresh air.

Introducing himself on his website, Zelensky (or “Ze” as he is known) said his goal is to “make people happier in Ukraine. I want to see joyful faces around.” A pre-election program on his website, while lacking specifics, also gives clues on what we could see from Zelensky now he’s president-elect.

Suggesting a digital push, Zelensky’s program states that he wants to see a Ukraine “where you can open an business in an hour, get a passport in 15 minutes, and vote in elections — in one second, on the Internet.”

The comedian also alludes to wanting to boost employment, provide housing for young families, tackle corruption and nepotism, and improve wages and pensions.

His first task as president would be to empower the people through referendums “and other forms of direct democracy,” he notes. He adds that he wants to improve justice and equality in Ukraine and has gone so far that he wants to remove parliamentary immunity from prosecution and would reform the judicial system.

Despite critics saying that Zelensky’s plans could prove tricky, it’s been noted that he has surrounded himself with experienced advisors who are now expected to take ministerial posts.

Last week, former Finance Minister Oleksandr Danyliuk (who could be in the running for the post of foreign minister) said that if Zelensky won the election, his team will not include officials or ministers from Poroshenko’s administration, signaling a clear break from the past.

Zelensky has promised to break the power of oligarchs in Ukraine. But his own relationship with self-exiled, controversial oligarch Ihor Kolomoisky, who owns the TV channel that Zelensky’s productions are broadcast on, has also come under scrutiny. For his part, Zelensky said last week that anyone who breaks the laws, including Kolomoisky, would be put behind bars.


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Russia’s hack into the US election was surprisingly inexpensive, Mueller report shows

Beginning in March 2016, units of Russia’s military intelligence unit known as GRU hacked the computers and email accounts of organizations, employees and volunteers supporting the Clinton presidential campaign, including the email account of campaign chairman John Podesta, the Mueller report said. The Russian group also hacked the computer networks of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC). The spoof website might ask for personal deta


Beginning in March 2016, units of Russia’s military intelligence unit known as GRU hacked the computers and email accounts of organizations, employees and volunteers supporting the Clinton presidential campaign, including the email account of campaign chairman John Podesta, the Mueller report said. The Russian group also hacked the computer networks of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC). The spoof website might ask for personal deta
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Russia's hack into the US election was surprisingly inexpensive, Mueller report shows

Beginning in March 2016, units of Russia’s military intelligence unit known as GRU hacked the computers and email accounts of organizations, employees and volunteers supporting the Clinton presidential campaign, including the email account of campaign chairman John Podesta, the Mueller report said.

The Russian group also hacked the computer networks of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

Initially, the GRU employed a hacking technique known as spearphishing. That’s when a hacker sends an email to a person that contains something like a link to a fake website or an attachment. When a person clicks that link or downloads that document, it could lead to malicious software being installed on that person’s computer or mobile device. The spoof website might ask for personal details about a person, which could include passwords to certain services they use.

Once the hackers were into the DCCC network after a successful spearphishing attempt, they were also able to get into the DNC network. From there, they implanted malicious software, which was able to log keystrokes, take screenshots, and gather other data about the infected computers. In this way, the GRU was able to steal thousands of documents from the Democrat campaign, including emails, which ended up on various online platforms including WikiLeaks.


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Beginning in March 2016, units of Russia’s military intelligence unit known as GRU hacked the computers and email accounts of organizations, employees and volunteers supporting the Clinton presidential campaign, including the email account of campaign chairman John Podesta, the Mueller report said. The Russian group also hacked the computer networks of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC). The spoof website might ask for personal deta


Beginning in March 2016, units of Russia’s military intelligence unit known as GRU hacked the computers and email accounts of organizations, employees and volunteers supporting the Clinton presidential campaign, including the email account of campaign chairman John Podesta, the Mueller report said. The Russian group also hacked the computer networks of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC). The spoof website might ask for personal deta
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Russia's hack into the US election was surprisingly inexpensive, Mueller report shows

Beginning in March 2016, units of Russia’s military intelligence unit known as GRU hacked the computers and email accounts of organizations, employees and volunteers supporting the Clinton presidential campaign, including the email account of campaign chairman John Podesta, the Mueller report said.

The Russian group also hacked the computer networks of the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee (DCCC) and the Democratic National Committee (DNC).

Initially, the GRU employed a hacking technique known as spearphishing. That’s when a hacker sends an email to a person that contains something like a link to a fake website or an attachment. When a person clicks that link or downloads that document, it could lead to malicious software being installed on that person’s computer or mobile device. The spoof website might ask for personal details about a person, which could include passwords to certain services they use.

Once the hackers were into the DCCC network after a successful spearphishing attempt, they were also able to get into the DNC network. From there, they implanted malicious software, which was able to log keystrokes, take screenshots, and gather other data about the infected computers. In this way, the GRU was able to steal thousands of documents from the Democrat campaign, including emails, which ended up on various online platforms including WikiLeaks.


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India’s Jet Airways cancels all international flights as debt problems deepen

The debt-swamped Indian airline Jet Airways has canceled all of its international flights on Friday. With aircraft leasing firms going unpaid, the number of planes operating under the Jet Airways name has collapsed. Middle East airline Etihad, which holds a 12% share in Jet Airways, has reportedly expressed an interest in upping its stake. India’s Aviation Minister, Suresh Prabhu, took to Twitter to say he would “review issues related to Jet Airways” and take “necessary steps to minimise passeng


The debt-swamped Indian airline Jet Airways has canceled all of its international flights on Friday. With aircraft leasing firms going unpaid, the number of planes operating under the Jet Airways name has collapsed. Middle East airline Etihad, which holds a 12% share in Jet Airways, has reportedly expressed an interest in upping its stake. India’s Aviation Minister, Suresh Prabhu, took to Twitter to say he would “review issues related to Jet Airways” and take “necessary steps to minimise passeng
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India's Jet Airways cancels all international flights as debt problems deepen

The debt-swamped Indian airline Jet Airways has canceled all of its international flights on Friday.

According to its own website, flights scheduled to depart today from Delhi to Singapore, London, Amsterdam and Kathmandu have all been axed. Heathrow to Delhi and Mumbai services have also been canceled, according to the London airport’s website.

The airline has run out of cash, forcing pilots to go without salaries for months and causing failed payments to companies that lease aircraft, as well as defaults on other loans.

With aircraft leasing firms going unpaid, the number of planes operating under the Jet Airways name has collapsed. On Thursday local media reported that the airline had grounded ten more planes due to unpaid leasing fees and was now only operating 14 planes for international flights.

Illustrating the point, flight tracking website Flightradar24 has published a tweet showing the steady reduction in international services being offered by Jet Airways over the last 12 months.

In an emailed statement to CNBC, the public relations team for Jet Airways in the United Kingdom confirmed the cancellations between London and India for Friday. There was no indication if services would soon return to normal.

The statement said that the airline was working to minimize inconvenience to passengers and “in line with regulatory guidelines” was “offering re-accommodation choices or extending applicable refunds as the situation warrants.”

It added that at a corporate level, the airline’s management and key stakeholders were continuing to “work closely towards resolving the current situation.”

Estimates puts the carrier’s debt pile at more than $1 billion and in January it was revealed that it had defaulted on loans, including those to the government-owned State Bank of India (SBI).

In March, the airline’s founder, Naresh Goyal, stepped down as chairman, handing majority control to a consortium of Indian lenders led by the SBI.

On Wednesday, the lenders extended a deadline for outside bidders to take a stake of up to 75% in the airline. Initial interest bidders have until the end of today with binding bids wanted in place by the end of April, according to a notice on the SBI Capital Markets website.

Middle East airline Etihad, which holds a 12% share in Jet Airways, has reportedly expressed an interest in upping its stake. Rules dictate that foreign entities can own no more than 49% of an Indian airline.

India’s Aviation Minister, Suresh Prabhu, took to Twitter to say he would “review issues related to Jet Airways” and take “necessary steps to minimise passenger inconvenience and ensure their safety”.

Jet Airways had its first flight in May 1993, operating primarily out of Mumbai. Its latest official figures put the number of employees at more than 17,000.

Domestically, it is now India’s third-largest private airline after IndiGo and Spice Jet, holding a 10% passenger market share during February 2019.


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ASOS sticks to full-year guidance despite 87% profit plunge

British online fashion retailer ASOS on Wednesday reported an 87 percent drop in first-half pretax profit, hurt by poor trading in the run-up to Christmas and logistical hiccups as it entered the U.S. market. The company stuck to its guidance for sales, profit margins and capital expenditure for the full year as it invests heavily in its technology platforms and infrastructure such as warehouses and distribution centres. The company issued a shock profit warning in December which sent its shares


British online fashion retailer ASOS on Wednesday reported an 87 percent drop in first-half pretax profit, hurt by poor trading in the run-up to Christmas and logistical hiccups as it entered the U.S. market. The company stuck to its guidance for sales, profit margins and capital expenditure for the full year as it invests heavily in its technology platforms and infrastructure such as warehouses and distribution centres. The company issued a shock profit warning in December which sent its shares
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ASOS sticks to full-year guidance despite 87% profit plunge

British online fashion retailer ASOS on Wednesday reported an 87 percent drop in first-half pretax profit, hurt by poor trading in the run-up to Christmas and logistical hiccups as it entered the U.S. market.

The company stuck to its guidance for sales, profit margins and capital expenditure for the full year as it invests heavily in its technology platforms and infrastructure such as warehouses and distribution centres.

“ASOS is capable of a lot more,” said Chief Executive Officer Nick Beighton in a statement. “We have identified a number of things we can do better and are taking action accordingly.”

Profitability fell over the first half due to discounting at the retailer, which sells own-label and branded fashion to a young client base through its website and app, but improved in the second quarter.

Changing shopping habits and uncertainty over Britain’s exit from the European Union have led to heavy promotional activity among retailers in Britain, which accounts for less than a third of sales at ASOS.

ASOS’s new U.S warehouse has struggled to cope with demand, hitting sales there and adding to challenges in France and Germany. The company issued a shock profit warning in December which sent its shares plummeting to a four-year low.

Pretax profit for the six months through February came in at 4 million pounds ($5.2 million) on sales up 14 percent to 1.31 billion pounds. This was in line with analysts’ expectations.

ASOS maintained its full-year guidance for 15 percent sales growth and a 2 percent profit margin at the level of earnings before interest and tax (EBIT).


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Facebook is taking a page out of Google’s playbook to stop fake news from going viral

Facebook on Wednesday announced a slew of new features in its ongoing fight against fake news, and one of them is taken directly from the playbook of bitter rival Google. For this, Facebook is crawling and indexing the entire internet to identify and web sites that receive a disproportionate amount of their traffic from the social network. Back then, PageRank would take into account the number of websites and the quality of websites that linked to a web page to determine how high to rank it in s


Facebook on Wednesday announced a slew of new features in its ongoing fight against fake news, and one of them is taken directly from the playbook of bitter rival Google. For this, Facebook is crawling and indexing the entire internet to identify and web sites that receive a disproportionate amount of their traffic from the social network. Back then, PageRank would take into account the number of websites and the quality of websites that linked to a web page to determine how high to rank it in s
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Facebook is taking a page out of Google's playbook to stop fake news from going viral

Facebook on Wednesday announced a slew of new features in its ongoing fight against fake news, and one of them is taken directly from the playbook of bitter rival Google.

The social media company said it will use a new approach called Click-Gap to reduce the amount of low-quality content, such as fake news, that users see on News Feed. For this, Facebook is crawling and indexing the entire internet to identify and web sites that receive a disproportionate amount of their traffic from the social network. Then, it will lower the prominence of posts from these sites.

The idea is that if a website is relying primarily on Facebook links to get viewers, and is not getting more links from other parts of the web — such as Google, Reddit, Bing or Yahoo — that’s a signal that the website has poor content. Or, as Facebook puts it, “This can be a sign that the domain is succeeding on News Feed in a way that doesn’t reflect the authority they’ve built outside it and is producing low-quality content.”

This approach is reminiscent of the famous Google PageRank algorithm that the search company used to rank results when it first launched in 1998. Back then, PageRank would take into account the number of websites and the quality of websites that linked to a web page to determine how high to rank it in search results.

With Click-Gap, Facebook is using a PageRank copycat to filter low-quality results to the depths of News Feed, reducing the number of people who will see those posts.

WATCH: Here’s how to see which apps have access to your Facebook data — and cut them off


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Here’s how much money you need to make to be in the top 5% in New York

To be a part of the top 5% of earners in an expensive state like New York, where taxes and real-estate costs are among the highest in the country, you’ll need to bring in a lot of money. To determine the average income residents earn in each state and Washington, D.C., financial website GOBankingRates analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 American Community Survey and the Economic Policy Institute’s income inequality report. Here’s what how much you have to earn to be in the top 5% in


To be a part of the top 5% of earners in an expensive state like New York, where taxes and real-estate costs are among the highest in the country, you’ll need to bring in a lot of money. To determine the average income residents earn in each state and Washington, D.C., financial website GOBankingRates analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 American Community Survey and the Economic Policy Institute’s income inequality report. Here’s what how much you have to earn to be in the top 5% in
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Here's how much money you need to make to be in the top 5% in New York

To be a part of the top 5% of earners in an expensive state like New York, where taxes and real-estate costs are among the highest in the country, you’ll need to bring in a lot of money.

To determine the average income residents earn in each state and Washington, D.C., financial website GOBankingRates analyzed data from the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2017 American Community Survey and the Economic Policy Institute’s income inequality report.

Here’s what how much you have to earn to be in the top 5% in New York state:

Average top 5% annual income: $480,780

Minimum threshold needed to make the top 5%: $250,000

“New York is one of the eight states (including Washington, D.C.) that require at least $250,000 in income to crack the top 5%,” GOBankingRates reports. The list also includes notoriously pricey places such as California, Connecticut and New Jersey.


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This is Tony Robbins’ 10-minute morning routine to ‘change your day for the better’

There are countless stories of successful people who swear by a specific morning routine to help them greet each new day with energy and focus. So it’s not surprising that business and life strategist and self-made multimillionaire Tony Robbins (who is a fan of health and wellness biohacks) has his own morning ritual that he uses to mentally prepare himself for the day ahead. All in all, the ritual takes less than 10 minutes, Robbins says. If you don’t have 10 minutes, you don’t have a life,” Ro


There are countless stories of successful people who swear by a specific morning routine to help them greet each new day with energy and focus. So it’s not surprising that business and life strategist and self-made multimillionaire Tony Robbins (who is a fan of health and wellness biohacks) has his own morning ritual that he uses to mentally prepare himself for the day ahead. All in all, the ritual takes less than 10 minutes, Robbins says. If you don’t have 10 minutes, you don’t have a life,” Ro
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This is Tony Robbins' 10-minute morning routine to 'change your day for the better'

There are countless stories of successful people who swear by a specific morning routine to help them greet each new day with energy and focus.

Whether it’s Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey meditating and exercising (including walking five miles to work) every morning to boost his mental and physical health, or Apple CEO Tim Cook spending an hour every morning reading comments from Apple users to help him focus on what his company is doing well and what could be improved.

So it’s not surprising that business and life strategist and self-made multimillionaire Tony Robbins (who is a fan of health and wellness biohacks) has his own morning ritual that he uses to mentally prepare himself for the day ahead.

Robbins’ daily routine involves a process he calls “Priming,” which his website describes as “a ritual that involves powerful and directed breathing and movement to center yourself so that you’re primed for whatever the day brings.” Robbins claims the process “will train and direct your mind” to provide “lasting results.”

All in all, the ritual takes less than 10 minutes, Robbins says. “There’s no excuse … If you don’t have 10 minutes, you don’t have a life,” Robbins says in the book “Tools of Titans,” by Tim Ferriss.

“Taking this time in the morning, along with a healthy breakfast, can help you get into a peak state and change your day for the better,” Robbins writes on his website. “You’ll set a high baseline for the rest of your day, so that you can accomplish great things in every other area of your life.”

Here’s how it works:


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How Kylie Jenner and YouTube helped make Casper a billion-dollar company

How Kylie Jenner and YouTube helped make Casper a billion-dollar company8:48 AM ET Fri, 5 April 2019To view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. “When Kylie Jenner posted about Casper I think it broke our website.”


How Kylie Jenner and YouTube helped make Casper a billion-dollar company8:48 AM ET Fri, 5 April 2019To view this site, you need to have JavaScript enabled in your browser, and either the Flash Plugin or an HTML5-Video enabled browser. Download the latest Flash player and try again. “When Kylie Jenner posted about Casper I think it broke our website.”
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How Kylie Jenner and YouTube helped make Casper a billion-dollar company

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“When Kylie Jenner posted about Casper I think it broke our website.”


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Thailand held an election more than a week ago — voters still don’t know who won

Thailand held a long-awaited general election on March 24 after five years of military rule. But the country’s new government will not be formed until May, which is when the final election outcome is expected to be released. No single party has so far emerged as a clear winner in the lower chamber vote, setting the stage for further uncertainty and political wrangling that could stretch on for months. On Thursday, the Election Commission of Thailand posted preliminary results on its website — wh


Thailand held a long-awaited general election on March 24 after five years of military rule. But the country’s new government will not be formed until May, which is when the final election outcome is expected to be released. No single party has so far emerged as a clear winner in the lower chamber vote, setting the stage for further uncertainty and political wrangling that could stretch on for months. On Thursday, the Election Commission of Thailand posted preliminary results on its website — wh
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Thailand held an election more than a week ago — voters still don't know who won

Thailand held a long-awaited general election on March 24 after five years of military rule.

But the country’s new government will not be formed until May, which is when the final election outcome is expected to be released.

No single party has so far emerged as a clear winner in the lower chamber vote, setting the stage for further uncertainty and political wrangling that could stretch on for months.

On Thursday, the Election Commission of Thailand posted preliminary results on its website — which came after reporters and the public spotted discrepancies in earlier tallies.

Despite the lack of clarity on which way the votes went, two opposing political camps have claimed the right to form the new government.

Pheu Thai, an anti-military party linked to ousted former Prime Minister Thaksin Shinawatra, banded with six other parties. The alliance projected that it has at least 255 out of 500 seats in the House of Representatives, the lower chamber of Thailand’s legislative branch.


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