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  • A place in NYC serves authentic Singapore street food

    businessinsider.com 20 Apr '17, 2pm

    A coffee expert reveals the best method for making coffee This former rock star abandoned his successful music career to move 1,200 miles to Croatia 13 small things you can do to help the Earth every day The director of Kendrick Lamar's 'HUMBLE' has made some of the greatest music vid...

  • Queen Elizabeth II owns 200 of the same handbag

    businessinsider.com 13 Apr '17, 9pm

    The queen has a thing for black Launer handbags. Associated Press; Getty/WPA Pool, Chris Jackson The INSIDER Summary: Queen Elizabeth II is almost always seen carrying a black Launer handbag. She reportedly owns 200 of the bags, which cost around $2,000 each. Launer has an official Ro...

  • Bitcoin is spiking

    Bitcoin price is spiking

    businessinsider.com 11 Apr '17, 5pm

    Bitcoin is up 1.3% at $1,227 a coin as traders move into the cryptocurrency amid a scramble for safety. Tuesday's bid comes following rising political tensions in the Middle East and on the Korean Peninsula which caused a steep sell off in risk assets. While those assets have clawed b...

  • These are the 15 best airports in the world

    businessinsider.com 23 Mar '17, 4pm

    The consumer-aviation website Skytrax published its annual World Airport Awards . The rankings are based on the impressions of nearly 14 million flyers from 105 countries . More than 550 airports were included in the survey, which covers 39 service and performance parameters , includi...

  • Watches worn by some of the most powerful men in finance

    businessinsider.com 21 Mar '17, 5pm

    Since it was invented over 200 years ago, the wristwatch has been an integral component of men's fashion. In addition to their practical functionality of telling time, a watch serves as a collectible piece of art that communicates the personality and style of its wearer. With the help...

  • How Michael Jordan makes and spends his $1.1 billion

    businessinsider.com 09 Mar '17, 2pm

    Michael Jordan is the highest-paid athlete of all time. Considering he hasn't played professionally in over a decade, that's a pretty remarkable feat. His most lucrative endorsement deal is with Nike, which he garners approximately $100 million annually.

  • Economist Ann Pettifor explains why bitcoin isn't money

    businessinsider.com 24 Feb '17, 11am

    Ann Pettifor, leading economist and author of "The Production of Money" told Business Insider that bitcoin is flawed as money because it is a "finite asset." Speaking about the origins and usage of bitcoin, she said: "Bitcoin was invented by some big bad guys on the dark web as a secr...

  • We tried on Pizza Hut's new Bluetooth-enabled sneakers

    businessinsider.com 06 Mar '17, 9pm

    Pizza Hut is releasing a limited amount of Pie Tops sneakers to coincide with the NCAA Final Four tournament. The Bluetooth-enabled sneakers connect with a mobile app to deliver your default order straight to your location at the press of a button.