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Coach says it will stop destroying 'unsaleable' handbags after a viral TikTok revealed demolished merchandise discovered in a dumpster

Coach handbags. AP Photo/Mark Lennihan Coach said it will no longer destroy "unsalable" handbags after a TikTok video criticized the practice. The viral video showed several slashed Coach bags that were found in a dumpster outside a mall. Coach denied that it destroys bags that are in usable condition or that can be donated. Coach said it will stop destroying "damaged and unsaleable" bags after a viral TikTok video accused the company of slashing handbags and throwing them in a dumpster ...
Tags: London, News, Instagram, Trends, Luxury, Bags, Retail, Burberry, Dallas, Apparel, Coach, Handbag, Environmental Issues, Mary Hanbury, Anna Sacks, AP Photo Mark Lennihan Coach


American Airlines said it kicked a family with a 2-year-old off a flight for not wearing masks properly. The mother said she struggled to keep a mask on her son, and that he was having trouble breathing.

An American Airlines Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. Carlos Yudica/Shutterstock.com American Airlines kicked a family off a flight, in part for not wearing masks properly, it said. The mother said she struggled to get her two-year-old son to keep his mask on. Children who are two years old or above must wear face coverings on American flights. See more stories on Insider's business page. American Airlines removed a family from a flight on Monday, saying they didn't follow instructions to ...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Dallas, Fox News, American Airlines, Colorado Springs, Dallas Fort Worth, American Airlines Boeing, Pendarvis, Kate Duffy, Dreamliner Carlos Yudica Shutterstock, Amanda Pendarvis


American Airlines said it kicked a family with a 2-year-old off a flight in part over not wearing masks properly. The mother said she struggled to keep a mask on her son, and that he was having trouble breathing.

An American Airlines Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner. Carlos Yudica/Shutterstock.com American Airlines kicked a family off a flight, in part over not wearing masks properly, it said. The mother said she struggled to get her 2-year-old son to keep his mask on. Children who are 2 years old or above must wear face coverings on American flights. See more stories on Insider's business page. American Airlines removed a family from a flight on Monday, saying they didn't follow instructions to rem...
Tags: Instagram, Trends, Dallas, Fox News, American Airlines, Colorado Springs, Dallas Fort Worth, Colorado Springs Colorado, American Airlines Boeing, Pendarvis, Kate Duffy, Dreamliner Carlos Yudica Shutterstock, Amanda Pendarvis


Lurch to right may imperil Texas’ attraction for employers

By Catarina Saraiva and Brendan Case | Bloomberg In the past decade, Texas attracted almost 4 million people and a cavalcade of employers thanks to low taxes, lax regulation and thriving cities. But a defiant attitude toward Covid restrictions, new limits on voting access and now the nation’s strictest abortion law could undermine its appeal for future moves. Companies including Apple Inc., Toyota Motor Corp. and Tesla Inc. have moved operations and college-educated, creative-class workers to Te...
Tags: Apple, Business, Elon Musk, Florida, Politics, Texas, Technology, News, Instagram, California, California News, San Francisco, Atlanta, Georgia, Tesla, Hp


Sacramento Native Sgt. Nicole Gee Among 13 Servicemembers Killed In Afghanistan Suicide Bombing

SACRAMENTO (AP) — A woman who cradled a baby in her arms at the airport and posted on social media that she loved her job. A young husband with a child on the way. Another man who always wanted to be in the military. A man who planned to become a sheriff’s deputy when his deployment ended. Heart-wrenching details have emerged about some of the 13 U.S. troops killed in a horrific suicide bombing at Afghanistan’s Kabul airport, which also claimed the lives of more than 160 Afghans. Eleven Marines,...
Tags: Facebook, Utah, News, Instagram, Minneapolis, Navy, California, Washington, Saudi Arabia, Massachusetts, Islamic State, Iraq, Sacramento, America, Los Angeles, San Francisco


Dallas ‘mansion’ with no bedrooms, windows mocked on social media

While the house appears to be a typical mansion, the inside drew attention on social media for its bunker-like layout: "That's where they brought Jason Bourne during his flashbacks."
Tags: Technology, Instagram, Listings, Lifestyle, Radio, Dallas, Compass, Zillow, Mark Cain, Jason Bourne, Oncor, News Brief


16 stunning hotel bathrooms that are the best part of the room - all under $500

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Soak in the views and more at the Standard High Line. Tripadvisor A great bathroom is the hallmark of a true luxury hotel. The best hotel bathrooms have rainfall showers, soaking tubs, spa features, and gorgeous marble. We picked the best hotel bathrooms under $500 across the U.S. for a luxe stay, but on a budget. Table of Contents: Masthead Sticky You can tell a lot about a hotel room by its bathroom....
Tags: New York, Hollywood, Texas, Instagram, California, New York City, Trends, Indianapolis, Austin, Egypt, Chelsea, Hawaii, Arizona, Manhattan, Volcano, Dallas


Trump Spawned a New Group of Mega-Donors Who Now Hold Sway Over the GOP’s Future

This story first appeared at ProPublica on May 6. ProPublica is a Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative newsroom. Sign up for The Big Story newsletter to receive stories like this one in your inbox. Wesley Barnett was just as surprised as anyone to learn from news reports that the Jan. 6 Trump rally that turned into a violent assault on the U.S. Capitol was funded by Julia Jenkins Fancelli, an heiress to the fortune of the popular Publix supermarket chain. But Barnett had extra cause for be...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, New York, News, Instagram, California, Washington Post, Montana, Washington, White House, China, Russia, Alabama, America, Spain, European Union


Goldman Sachs just named 60 new partners. Here's everything that's been going on inside the Wall Street bank.

Goldman Sachs CEO David Solomon. Getty Images Goldman Sachs has been going through some massive changes under CEO David Solomon.It's taken big steps involving transparency and inclusion to change up its culture. After its first-ever investor day in early 2020, the firm is looking to execute on targets including multi-year cost-cutting plans. And it's making big pushes into businesses like wealth management and consumer banking. Solomon has also been interested in reducing the number of part...
Tags: London, Instagram, Wall Street, White House, Virginia, Trends, General Motors, Bloomberg, Ubs, Dallas, Goldman Sachs, Salt Lake City, Biden, Goldman, KKR, Blackstone


Brand Moves for Friday August 7

Twenty-three weeks ago, when the gravity of the situation became clear, we started daily reporting on how brands were dealing with the COVID-19 crisis. What’s now becoming clear is that the current climate is one of near-perpetual disruption. So we made the decision to keep on telling the stories of inspiring brand leadership and strategy amid the latest crises in an anxious world. Our goal remains the same: to provide an up-to-the-minute source of information, inspiration and insight on brand ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, UK, New York, Instagram, Microsoft, Australia, New York City, Advertising, Disney, Canada, United States, Ofcom, New Zealand


Nurses Who Battled Virus in New York Confront Friends Back Home Who Say It's a Hoax

Nurses who traveled from across the country to work in New York City hospitals saw the horrors of the coronavirus up close. They rushed patients to overcrowded intensive care units, monitored oxygen levels and held the hands of the sickest ones as they slipped away.But now that many of the nurses have returned home to states in the South and the West, they're facing a new challenge: persuading friends and family to take the virus seriously."A few times I've lost my temper," said Olumide ...
Tags: Facebook, New York, Texas, News, Instagram, Mississippi, California, New York City, Brooklyn, United States, Williams, New York Times, Queens, Manhattan, Dallas, Oklahoma


4 steps for navigating tax season as a self-employed influencer on YouTube, Instagram, TikTok, or other platforms

At many jobs, a portion of your income is automatically deducted from your paycheck for taxes. But when you work for yourself, you are responsible for deducting this amount out and for keeping track of every dollar you earn. Social-media influencers often work for themselves and have to pay self-employment taxes.  Business Insider spoke to the head of tax at Betterment, a firm that offers digital investing advice, along with several influencers across Instagram and YouTube, on their tax-season...
Tags: Google, New York, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Dallas, Irs, Betterment, Vanguard, Lopez, Katy Bellotte, Adelaine Morin, YouTube Instagram TikTok, Natalie Barbu, Morgan Yates, Ruby Asabor


A new diverse Instagram influencer group is pitching brands and calling out those that lack representation

Social-media influencer Iesha Vincent (119,000 Instagram followers) recently created a collab group with seven other female travel creators as a way to promote diversity in brand campaigns.  Vincent's group, Babes That Wander, was started in this year, and is actively calling for brands to show with their actions (and not just words) that they support black creators and other creators of color. "The goal is to travel as a group and show brands that we are valuable and our voices matter," said ...
Tags: Google, Instagram, San Francisco, Trends, Thailand, Dallas, Black Lives Matter, Elise, Vincent, Instagram YouTube, Serna, Greta Hollar, Instagram Stories, Eva Gutowski, George Floyd, Iesha Vincent


Instagram influencer Iesha Vincent has created a new collab group of diverse creators to pitch brands and call out those that lack representation

Social-media influencer Iesha Vincent (119,000 Instagram followers) recently created a collab group with seven other female travel creators as a way to promote diversity in brand campaigns.  Vincent's group, Babes That Wander, was started in this year, and is actively calling for brands to show with their actions (and not just words) that they support black creators and other creators of color. "The goal is to travel as a group and show brands that we are valuable and our voices matter," said ...
Tags: Google, Instagram, San Francisco, Trends, Thailand, Dallas, Black Lives Matter, Elise, Vincent, Instagram YouTube, Serna, Greta Hollar, Instagram Stories, Eva Gutowski, George Floyd, Iesha Vincent


YouTube manager secrets, making 'slime' money on TikTok, and how much 1 million YouTube views is worth

Welcome back to this week's Influencer Dashboard newsletter! This is Amanda Perelli, writing to you from home, and here's an update on what's new in the business of influencers and creators. This week, I spoke to five talent managers who work with YouTube creators across the lifestyle, gaming, beauty, and fashion verticals to learn what it's really like to manage influencers. The life of a YouTube manager can be exciting, with exclusive red carpet events and fun projects. But it can also be a ...
Tags: Google, Instagram, Etsy, Youtube, Disney, Trends, Sony, Dallas, Dan, Hollywood Reporter, Digital Trends, Sony Music, Nathan, Matthew Wilder, Charli, WAITE


430,000 People Have Traveled From China to U.S. Since Coronavirus Surfaced

Since Chinese officials disclosed the outbreak of a mysterious pneumonialike illness to international health officials on New Year's Eve, at least 430,000 people have arrived in the United States on direct flights from China, including nearly 40,000 in the two months after President Donald Trump imposed restrictions on such travel, according to an analysis of data collected in both countries.The bulk of the passengers, who were of multiple nationalities, arrived in January, at airports in Lo...
Tags: Hong Kong, New York, News, Instagram, Congress, Cdc, Washington, White House, China, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Chicago, Beijing, United States, New York Times, World Health Organization


David Bowie’s Rise as Ziggy Stardust Documented in a New 300-Page Photo Book

Great rock photographers of the seventies often captured their subjects at their moodiest, as in Pennie Smith’s pensive tour photos of the Clash, or Kevin Cummins’ stark, sometimes explosive photos of Joy Division. These were bands best shot in black and white. Punk looked back to the rock of the fifties in its high-contrast simplicity. But the early seventies belonged to glam—or, more accurately, belonged to Ziggy Stardust, a character who demanded to be captured in full-color. Mick Rock was j...
Tags: Google, Photography, Music, College, Rock, David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, Dallas, Richard, Bowie, Ziggy Stardust, Facebook Twitter, Marlene Dietrich, Mick Rock, Josh Jones, Ziggy


How do influencers pay taxes? 4 steps to conquer tax season as a self-employed social-media creator

At many jobs, a portion of your income is automatically deducted from your paycheck for taxes. But when you work for yourself, you are responsible for deducting this amount out and for keeping track of every dollar you earn. Social-media influencers often work for themselves and have to pay self-employment taxes.  Business Insider spoke to the head of tax at Betterment, a firm that offers digital investing advice, along with several influencers across Instagram and YouTube, on their tax-season...
Tags: Google, New York, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Dallas, Ken Burns, Irs, Betterment, Vanguard, Lopez, Katy Bellotte, Adelaine Morin, Natalie Barbu, Morgan Yates, Ruby Asabor


Here's how an ex-CIA officer and a tech entrepreneur are using AI to hunt sex traffickers on Super Bowl Sunday

Emil Mikhailov, founder of XIX, a computer vision startup, and Nic McKinley, founder of Deliver Fund, a nonprofit started by an ex-CIA agent, have teamed up to use AI to fight human trafficking. Deliver Fund uses XIX's technology to scan and analyze massive numbers of online images to identify and expose sex trafficking rings. The XIX platform looks for "signals" in the photos — visual elements that suggest a link to the illicit sex trade. "Human traffickers oftentimes will brand their victims...
Tags: Instagram, Minneapolis, Navy, Toronto, San Francisco, Trends, Atlanta, Intel, Afghanistan, Canada, United States, Moscow, Kenya, Dallas, Miami, Cia


This Week in Photography: Laughing at a Scary World

  Part 1. The Intro Believe it or not, I used to be funny. And this column was often absurd. For years, I made fun of Donald Trump, before he ran for President. Even after he won, I still joked about him all the time. For a while, anyway. It was never my intention to become serious, though 6 years working for the New York Times certainly discouraged my sillier impulses. (If you can find a less light-hearted group of colleagues, I’ll be very surprised.) The strange thing is, I never set out to be...
Tags: Mark Zuckerberg, Photography, Hbo, John Oliver, America, Earth, Chicago, New York Times, Arizona, Dallas, Jon Stewart, Jesus, Jerry Seinfeld, Nevada, Andrew Dice Clay, Michael Jackson


Sexy & Gay Christmas Gifts (Adults Only)

Travel blog by Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) – Travels of Adam (Hipster Blog) - Note: This holiday gift list is definitely X-rated and while it’s safe-for-work, it’s 100% adult-themed. If sexual topics aren’t your thing, please read this blog of pretty pictures from around the world instead. Otherwise: read on for my favorite sexy gifts to give to men, especially gay men, this holiday season! Please note some of these links may generate a small commission for the publisher, but at no added...
Tags: Travel, Fashion, Instagram, Etsy, California, Christmas, Lifestyle, Brooklyn, Dallas, Rufskin, Aneros, Marek Richard, JJ Malibu


This Week in Photography: Understanding China

  Part 1. The Intro   Consider yourself warned. We’re going deep today. I’m writing on Thanksgiving, you’re reading on Black Friday, and these are highly-loaded days in America. In their honor, today, we’re doing a proper examination of these perilous, political times in the United States and China, Earth’s dueling super-powers. For my American analysis, you already know I’ve got the goods, as I’ve been spewing on about American politics since Rob gave me this platform. (Or, more accurately, sin...
Tags: Facebook, Hong Kong, Photography, England, Guantanamo Bay, Vladimir Putin, Obama, Mexico, China, Iraq, Russia, US, America, Afghanistan, David, United States


Photographer Wins Huge Settlement Following Unlawful Arrest in Dallas

Life isn’t easy for photojournalists and it’s made all the much more difficult by authorities and civilians alike who barely understand most laws around photography – especially in public... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Photography, Dallas, Photography News


Arresting bystanders for taking photographs of emergencies

A reminder that if police try to invoke HIPAA, the health privacy law, to keep you from photographing a medical or police incident in a public place, they are almost sure to be talking through their hat. That isn’t how HIPAA works [Tim Cushing, Techdirt, Dallas transit case; earlier on Denver case] Tags: Dallas, HIPAA, photography, police
Tags: Photography, Law, Police, Uncategorized, Dallas, Denver, HIPAA, Dallas HIPAA


Daily Crunch: TikTok starts experimenting with commerce

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. TikTok tests social commerce The short-form video app said it’s allowing some users to add links to e-commerce sites (or any other destination) to their profile, while also offering creators the ability to easily send their viewers to shopping websites. On their own, these changes might not sound that dra...
Tags: Amazon, Social, Mobile, Lyft, Apps, Instagram, Microsoft, Berlin, Softbank, Tech, Virgin Galactic, Nvidia, Aws, Dallas, Columbus, Giphy


Former Martin Agency exec Joe Alexander sues Martin and IPG for $50 million

Former Martin Agency creative chief Joe Alexander made good on his promise to file against Interpublic Group of Cos. today. It’s not exactly your average lawsuit.   The complaint, filed in the Circuit Court of the city of Richmond, Virginia, seeks $50.4 million dollars in damages and opens with an image of “The Death of Lucretia,” the circa-1760s painting by Scottish neoclassicist Gavin Hamilton. After the opening question, “Et tu, Martin?” It reads, “This is a case about extreme betrayal, ...
Tags: Instagram, Advertising, Walmart, Karen, Dallas, Cannes, Joe, Alexander, Mark, Martin, Michael Roth, Richmond Virginia, Circuit Court, Roth, ESTES, Hanley


THW’s Goalie News: Tugnutt, Twisters, and Rolexes

Today in THW’s goalie news, we wish happy birthday to a nineties great, take a look at Ben Bishop’s wild night, and see what one player got in exchange for his sweater number. Happy Birthday, Tugger Few goalies worked as hard or traveled as many miles in the 1990s as the Scarborough, Ontario native who was born 52 years ago today, Ron Tugnutt. Among other accomplishments, including playing in over 500 NHL games and wearing one of the most recognizable masks of the 90s, Tugnutt was the fi...
Tags: Instagram, Sport, Canada, Dallas, Hockey, NHL, Columbus, Dallas Stars, Florida Panthers, Tyler Seguin, McDonald, Columbus Blue Jackets, Sergei Bobrovsky, Ben Bishop, Jamie Benn, Dallas Texas


What’s Your Hobby?

Amy and I had dinner recently with Chris Couch, a friend from MIT who I hadn’t seen in 25 years. Before we had dinner, Chris sent us an email with a link to his High Altitude Photography Platform along with the video from Mission 1 of the HAPP. Chris has a day job, so this has been his hobby for the past two years. It’s pretty epic – both as a project and a hobby. And, it’s reflective of the kind of brain many of my MIT friends have. Amy met Chris on a flight from Boston to Dal...
Tags: Photography, Technology, Boston, Trends, Mit, Dallas, Chris, Amy, Chris Couch, Feld, Happ, HAPP Chris


I’m Giving Away a Platypod Ultra Today!

Well, I’m picking the winner today, and announcing the winner here tomorrow. All you have to do is leave a comment below (you can just say hi, or whatever), and you’re entered. If you’re wondering “What’s a Platypod?” it’s an awesome camera support, like a tripod but without legs, so security guards don’t freak out when you use one (well, that’s one big benefit). It also allows you to easily put your camera in places where a tripod would fit, or if you just want a really interest low ...
Tags: Photography, Featured, China, Fun, Gear, Vatican, Dallas, Richmond, Scott, My Ultimate Photography Crash Course, Platypod Ultra Today, Venice Italy Opera House


Three Reasons Why I Don’t Organize My Photos By Date in Lightroom

After I shared the basics of my organizational workflow in Lightroom last Friday, I had a question in the comments section that I thought I might answer today. The question was: “I’m still old-fashioned – I use folders that have file name with the date and description of whatever I’m shooting. Do you ever have trouble finding anything? I think I’d go bonkers if I didn’t use a date system!” I don’t organize by date for three main reasons: I actually used to organize by date when I ...
Tags: Photography, Featured, Organization, Cowboys, Spain, Library, Dallas, Lightroom, Scott, Arlington, Catalog, Raiders Cowboys



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