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A renowned luxury brand teamed up with an LA bootleg label to create a 'Vaccinated' hoodie that celebs and fashion insiders are clamoring for

Pierpaolo Piccioli, the creative director of Valentino. Pierpaolo Piccioli/Handout via Reuters Valentino is releasing a $690 sweatshirt with the word "Vaccinated" across the front. It's a collaboration with an LA company called Cloney, which originally produced a bootleg version. The approach is noticeably different than how Nike dealt with MSCHF's "Satan shoes." See more stories on Insider's business page. Luxury fashion designers have dealt with knockoff companies recreatin...
Tags: Fashion, News, La, Los Angeles, Trends, Nike, Retail, World Health Organization, The New York Times, Lady Gaga, Vaccines, Times, Marc Jacobs, Unicef, Janet Mock, Fendi


“Brat Loves Judy” Exclusive: Da Brat Takes Her Boo On A Surprise Date But Will Their Chauffeur Drive Them Crazy?

On the season finale of "Brat Loves Judy," Da Brat takes Judy on a date to show her love and commitment but does she go too far?
Tags: Reality TV, TV, News, Gay, Beauty, Musicians, Jazz, Hair, Arts & Entertainment, Celebrity News, Judy, Date Night, Da Brat, For Your Viewing Pleasure, Bossip Exclusives, Coupled Up


Haruki Murakami on one of his favorite t-shirts

Record collector (and author) Haruki Murakami also has a penchant for t-shirts. Writing in the New Yorker, he comments on how he "amassed more t-shirts than I can store" and reveals one of his favorites, seen above. From the New Yorker: This T-shirt has a straightforward message: "i put ketchup on my ketchup." — Read the rest
Tags: Post, Fashion, News, Clothing, Haruki Murakami, T-shirts, Tshirts


‘The Matrix Resurrections’ to Have U.S. Premiere in San Francisco (EXCLUSIVE)

Welcome to this week’s “Just for Variety.” It sounds like Michelle Obama will appear on the final season of “Black-ish.” After star Anthony Anderson teased the possibility when I caught up with him at the Television Academy’s pre-Emmy party for performer nominees, sources tell me that the former first lady’s appearance isn’t a done deal just yet, but they’re […]
Tags: Fashion, News, San Francisco, Michelle Obama, John Legend, Columns, Anthony Anderson, Television Academy, Just For Variety, The Matrix Resurrections, Have U S Premiere


Billionaire Bill Gross and his millionaire neighbor are back in court amid a months-long feud over an expensive sculpture and the 'Gilligan's Island' theme song

Amy and Bill Gross. PATRICK T. FALLON / Contributor / Getty Images Billionaire investor Bill Gross is back in court this week over a spat with his neighbor. The neighbor claims Gross and his wife, Amy, violated a court order regarding playing loud music. The conflict stems from a $1 million glass sculpture on Gross's property. See more stories on Insider's business page. Billionaire bond investor Bill Gross and his wife, Amy, are back in court this week over an ongoing spat with ...
Tags: News, Law, Gross, California, Life, Finance, Trends, Bloomberg, Billionaires, Pimco, Bill Gross, Times, Los Angeles Times, Billionaire, Amy, Schwartz


Key findings about the religious composition of India

Religious pluralism has long been a core value in India, which has a large majority of Hindus and smaller shares of Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Buddhists, Jains and other groups. In recent years, the size of these communities and their future growth have been topics of great interest to the Indian public. Indian Hindu devotees offer prayers on the banks of the Brahmaputra River in Guwahati, India, on Nov. 13, 2018. (Biju Boro/AFP/Getty Images) By Stephanie Kramer | Pew Research Center A new Pe...
Tags: News, Indonesia, Life, China, India, Nepal, Pakistan, United Nations, Muslim, Bangladesh, Christian, Kashmir, Pew Research Center, Hindu, Punjab, Bihar


A chef who offers health benefits, paid vacation, and a 401(k) plan raised base pay to $18 to $24 per hour and said he's not struggling to hire workers

Irene Jiang/Business Insider The restaurant industry is facing a staffing crisis, with 75% of operators struggling to hire. Restaurant owners are finding a solution by paying workers more, The New York Times reported. Chef Jason Hammel said adding a higher wage to his benefits package made it easier to find staff. See more stories on Insider's business page. The past two decades have been busy for Chicago chef Jason Hammel, who opened Lula Cafe in 1999 with a four-burner stove and som...
Tags: News, US, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Minimum Wage, Chicago, Maine, New York Times, The Times, Retail, The New York Times, Ruby, Matt Murphy, Hammel, Jason Hammel


A chef who offers health benefits, paid vacation, and a 401(k) plan raised base pay to $18 to $24 per hour and says he's not struggling to hire workers

Irene Jiang/Business Insider The restaurant industry is facing a staffing crisis, with 75% of operators struggling to hire. Several restaurant owners are finding a solution by paying workers more, according to the NYT. Chef Jason Hammel said adding a higher wage to his benefits package makes it easier to find staff. See more stories on Insider's business page. The past two decades have been busy for Chicago chef Jason Hammel, who opened Lula Cafe in 1999 with a four-burner stove and s...
Tags: News, US, Careers, Trends, Bloomberg, Minimum Wage, Chicago, Maine, New York Times, Retail, Ruby, Times, Matt Murphy, Hammel, Jason Hammel, American Staffing Association


2021 ABA Profile Of The Legal Profession

The American Bar Association’s 2021 Profile of the Legal Profession is a snapshot of where things stand as of the end of July of this year. Certainly another year outside of the ordinary, with the country and the legal profession still grappling with the global pandemic. From demographics, “legal deserts” and wages, to legal education, lawyer well-being and legal tech, the ABA’s profile is an interesting and informative read for those wanting to see where the profession stands – and where it is ...
Tags: News, Law, Careers, Stats, American Bar Association, Being a Lawyer, Aba, Surveys & Awards, In-house Groups, The American Bar Association, Practice Forward


Bright Colors, Bold Choices Reign on the Emmys Red Carpet

If there was any doubt about the excitement about a post-pandemic re-emergence and the return of the Emmys to a live, in-person show, look no further than Sunday’s red carpet and its joyful riot of color. With a limited guest list and a full vaccination mandate in place, attendees stepped out in every shade of […]
Tags: Fashion, News, Emmys, Anya Taylor Joy, Michaela Coel, Bowen Yang, Emmys Red Carpet


Meet the average Netflix user, a Millennial woman without a college degree living in the American suburbs earning less than $50,000 a year

Daniel Reinhardt/picture alliance via Getty Images Netflix has 74 million subscribers in the US and Canada. Its typical user is a woman who lives in the US suburbs and has some or no college education. The average user is also more likely to identify as liberal or a moderate, not republican. See more stories on Insider's business page. Netflix is arguably the most ubiquitous streaming service, with 74 million subscribers in North America.It appeals to viewers of all walks of life, but...
Tags: News, Media, Entertainment, Disney, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Netflix, Canada, Streaming, North America, Tech Insider, Bridgerton, Streaming Platforms, Katie Canales


A Night at the Academy Museum: How 20 Oscar Milestones and 27 Speeches Tell the Stories of Cinema

At the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, 20 significant Oscar wins are featured in the “Academy Awards History” gallery, which is housed within the gorgeous golden rotunda of the Saban Building, formerly known as “the lipstick” of the May Company Building on Wilshire Boulevard. The actual statuettes are on display in a glass case. […]
Tags: News, Awards, Lifestyle, Oscars, Hattie McDaniel, Academy Museum Of Motion Pictures, Saban Building


The Silicon Valley wealthy have become super doomsday preppers by buying remote New Zealand properties, getting eye surgeries, and stockpiling ammo and food

Peter Thiel. Shutterstock and Neilson Barnard/Getty Some of Silicon Valley's wealthiest have developed a penchant for prepping for the apocalypse. They're turning to Lasik eye surgery and multimillion-dollar real-estate investments in New Zealand. Investing for the end of the world has been embraced by the uber-rich, many of whom exist in Silicon Valley. The so-called doomsday prepper community has been preparing for disaster, especially since the pandemic hit in March 2020.A divis...
Tags: Facebook, Texas, News, Nbc, Life, New York City, US, San Francisco, Trends, Tech, Joe Biden, Features, New York Times, New Zealand, Reid Hoffman, Peter Thiel


Keke Palmer’s Plant-Based Plate At Meatless Multimillion Dollar Met Gala Goes Viral

Keke Palmer was the life of the party last night as she not only attended the Met Gala for the first time but also hosted the red carpet like a seasoned pro. Keke dished out charismatic interviews with stars dressed in their luxurious get-ups, she also shared candid tea on Twitter about the fancy ball -- including her now-viral dinner plate. 
Tags: Fashion, News, Newsletter, Jazz, Keke Palmer, Keke, For Your Information, KeKe Palmer Met Gala, Met Gala Food


A study of 61,000 Microsoft employees suggests remote work is bad for communication between different teams

Remote workers can pose "insider threats" to companies, not always intentionally. Justin Paget/Getty Images Fully remote workers communicate less with people outside their team, a study suggests. They are also slower to engage new starters, the study found. Researchers analyzed the habits of 61,000 Microsoft staff before and after they switched to remote working. See more stories on Insider's business page. People working from home in the pandemic spoke less frequently with colleagues...
Tags: UK, News, Microsoft, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Remote Work, Research, University, Working From Home, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs, Jamie Dimon, Hybrid, Stephen Jones, Berkeley Haas


Supreme Court of India issues notices on alleged ostracisation of Parsi women

Petitioners allege that women marrying non-Parsis, and their offspring, are not allowed to participate in the community’s religious, social and other activities R. Balaji   |   Telegraph India The Supreme Court on Friday issued notices to the Centre and others on a petition challenging the alleged discrimination and ostracisation of Parsi women who marry outside the community. The petitioners — a minor named Rian R. Kishnani and his mother Sanayaa Dalal — have alleged that women marrying non-...
Tags: News, Life, India, Parsi, Supreme Court of India, Bopanna, Abdul Nazeer, Telegraph India The Supreme Court, Rian R Kishnani, Sanayaa Dalal, Parsee Central Association Co, Housing Society Ltd, Jasmine Damkewala


Google underpaid thousands of international 'shadow workers,' violating labor laws around the world, reports reveal

Google in Manhattan. Mark Lennihan/AP Photo Google underpaid thousands of temporary workers around the world, The Guardian and NYT report. Countries with "pay-parity" laws require equitable wages for full-time and temporary workers. One manager worried a pay bump would allow staff to "connect the dots" and cause an uproar, emails reviewed by NYT showed. See more stories on Insider's business page. Google underpaid thousands of international contract workers, violating pay-parity laws ...
Tags: Google, Asia, Europe, News, US, Careers, America, Trends, Workers, Pay, Ireland, New York Times, Poland, Guardian, SEC, Times


I kept the doors of my NYC bar open on 9/11 to help comfort my neighbors. It taught me the value of community - which has been crucial during the pandemic.

Charles von Herrlich is the owner of Von Bar in New York City. Charles von Herrlich Charles von Herrlich is the owner of Von Bar in New York City, which he opened after the 9/11 attacks to try to provide a place of comfort for people. After surviving the pandemic, von Herrlich says he's learned the importance of building a community around your business. This is his story, as told to freelance writer Meira Gebel. See more stories on Insider's business page. This as-told-to essay ...
Tags: New York, News, NYC, New York City, Bars, Careers, Trends, Retail, Brooklyn Bridge, Hospitality, Nordic, Bleecker Street, 9-11, First Responders, Herrlich, 9/11 Anniversary


If you work at a large or midsize company, Biden's action plan requires your boss pays you for your time spent getting vaccinated and recovering from possible side effects

President Joe Biden speaks during a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the East Room of the White House on July 15, 2021 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images The White House unveiled a sweeping action plan to increase the vaccination rate in the US. Employers with 100 or more workers would be required to provide paid time off for vaccinations. Many unvaccinated workers previously expressed concerns that they could not afford to miss work. See more sto...
Tags: Post, Politics, Science, News, Colorado, Cdc, Washington, White House, Angela Merkel, US, Careers, Trends, Joe Biden, Economy, Retail, Vaccinations


If you work at a large company, Biden's action plan requires your boss pays you for your time spent getting vaccinated and recovering from possible side effects

President Joe Biden speaks during a joint news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in the East Room of the White House on July 15, 2021 in Washington, DC. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images The White House unveiled a sweeping action plan to increase the vaccination rate in the US. Employers with 100 or more workers would be required to provide paid time off for vaccinations. Many unvaccinated workers previously expressed concerns that they could not afford to miss work. See more sto...
Tags: Post, Politics, Science, News, Colorado, Cdc, Washington, White House, Angela Merkel, US, Careers, Trends, Joe Biden, Economy, Retail, Vaccinations


Beyoncé and Jay-Z Team Up With Tiffany & Co. for New HBCU Scholarship Program

After Beyoncé and Jay-Z starred in the launch of Tiffany & Co.’s “About Love” campaign, the partnership continued with the launch of the new About Love Scholarship program with BeyGOOD and the Shawn Carter Foundation — created for students at historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) pursuing creative fields. Tiffany & Co. has pledged $2 […]
Tags: Fashion, Beyonce, News, Jay Z, Black, Beyonce Knowles, Tiffany, Tiffany & Co, Shawn Carter Foundation, Shawn 'Jay-Z' Carter, Jay Z Team


Louis Vuitton Sets Up Private Shopping at Goya Studios in Los Angeles

Louis Vuitton is bringing private shopping to Los Angeles’ Goya Studios on North Cahuenga Boulevard, where the French fashion house is hosting one of its Savoir-Faire activations Sept. 9-25. The by-appointment-only experience includes three stages: a Parisian apartment inspired by Hollywood’s black-and-white-film era, an homage to a historic Louis Vuitton workshop and a California seascape. […]
Tags: Fashion, Hollywood, News, California, Los Angeles, People News, Louis Vuitton, Savoir Faire, Our Town, North Cahuenga Boulevard, Goya Studios


Got a job offer elsewhere? Google recruiters reportedly want proof.

Courtesy of Comparably Google will no longer take job candidates' word for it if they claim they have a competing job offer. Recruiters will now ask to see offer letters before raising Google's offer, The Information reported. The move is unusual for applicants who are not seeking an executive-level position. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amid an extraordinarily tight job market that is pushing wages higher, Google will now require candidates to prove they have ...
Tags: Google, News, Careers, Trends, Pay, Tech Jobs, Hiring, Job Offers, Reuters, Tech Insider, DOMINICK REUTER, Comparably Google, Information Company, Zaheer Mohiuddin


Interviews with Goths, Cureheads, and Pyschobillies in 1989

In this series of 1989 interviews with the Goths, Cureheads, and Pyschobillies of Grafton street, Dublin, many boldly dressed kids are stopped and asked about their fashion sense and taste in music. Some of the people interviewed had strong opinions about being called a goth, and rejected the label. —
Tags: Fashion, Video, Music, News, Interviews, Dublin, 1980s, Grafton, Goths, Punks, Psychobilly


AI tools that companies use to scan resumes are stopping 27 million people finding new jobs, a Harvard report says

A man hands his resume to an employer at the 25th annual Central Florida Employment Council Job Fair at the Central Florida Fairgrounds. Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images 27 million "hidden workers" in the US are being filtered out of job applications by automated tech, a report says. Their skills are regularly overlooked by the AI-driven hiring practices many employers rely on. Groups that are disproportionately overlooked include caregivers and immigrants, according to ...
Tags: Florida, News, Germany, US, Careers, Employment, Trends, Strategy, Harvard, Recruitment, Vacancies, UK US, Stephen Jones, Harvard Business School, Paul Hennessy, COVID


Now an app to nudge Indian truck drivers to drive well

We are thrilled to read about the new app that will ultimately help save lives and make trucking in India safer. Our dear friend and WZCC Global Youth Director Jehaan Kotwal has been working on this app for a few months now and its now ready for use. Jehaan Kotwal the founder of JFK Transport is living the WZCC mantra of Creating Economic, Social & Intellectual Value. Jehaan Kotwal has teamed up with his batchmate Sumedh Mane, an entrepreneur who specialises in technology, to create the Hum...
Tags: News, Australia, Life, India, Canada, Voice, UPI, National Highways Authority of India, Anju Maskeri, Kotwal, Jehaan Kotwal, JFK Transport, Creating Economic Social Intellectual Value, HumSafer Driver Safety Foundation, IIM Ahmedabad


The number of bosses saying they plan to downsize their office space has dropped from last year. It's a sign that hybrid working is set be a long-term trend.

The physical office is here to stay. 10'000 Hours/Getty Images The number of CEOs planning to cut office space has decreased from last year, a KPMG study found. Instead they're favoring increased flexibility, according to KPMG's latest CEO Outlook survey. KPMG also found more than half of CEOs are looking to increase investment in shared office space. See more stories on Insider's business page. Many CEOs of some of the world's largest companies are reconsidering thei...
Tags: Real Estate, New York, News, Office, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Future Of Work, Remote Work, Ceo, Canada, Hsbc, Deloitte, Kpmg, Hybrid, WPP


Experts say Apple is 'on very dangerous grounds' for blocking employees from talking about wages on Slack while allowing topics like dogs and foosball

Apple CEO Tim Cook. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Apple shut down a Slack channel that employees created to talk about their pay at the company. It did so despite allowing channels like #fun-dogs slip past its rule against non-work-related topics. Experts say Apple "shot itself in the foot" if it enforced its policy inconsistently. See more stories on Insider's business page. Apple banned a Slack channel that employees created to discuss their compensation at the company, and experts t...
Tags: Apple, News, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Tim Cook, Workers Rights, Slack, Clark, NLRA, Sean Gallup Getty, ANNE CLARK, Tech Insider, Krokidas, Bluestein, Duke University School of Law


“Ex-Rated” Exclusive: Intimacy Expert Shan Boodram Brings Her Bedroom Boosting Skills To Peacock’s Spicy Sex And Dating Series [VIDEO]

Sexologist Shan Boodram has a new gig as an intimacy expert on Peacock's spicy dating series "Ex-Rated," hosted by Andy Cohen. She spoke with Bossip about taking risks by filming her segments unrehearsed, spreading the word about vabbing and putting her own bodily fluids under the scope for the world to see.
Tags: Reality TV, TV, Television, News, Sex, Dating, Jazz, Breakups, Andy Cohen, Arts & Entertainment, Peacock, Bossip, For Your Information, For Your Viewing Pleasure, Bossip Exclusives, Freaks


The oldest surviving Zoroastrian scriptures were found not in Iran or India, but in China

In its Epic Iran exhibition, the British Library will be displaying its unrivalled collection of manuscripts. Article by Ursula Sims-Williams | Scroll.in The opening to chapter nine of the ‘Videvdad Sadah’. | British Library (Public domain) In the United Kingdom, the British Library has an unrivalled collection of Zoroastrian manuscripts and therefore welcomed the opportunity to display three of its Zoroastrian treasures in the current exhibition “Epic Iran” organised by the V&A with the Ir...
Tags: News, Life, China, India, Iran, Heritage, United Kingdom, Uzbekistan, British Library, Bombay, Samarkand, Gujarat, Royal Academy, Central China, East India company, Royal Society London



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