We’re Sugar Babies. This Is What It’s Like.

Sugar dating via sites like Seeking Arrangement is talked about more openly and honestly than ever, with some daters growing a following by sharing their experiences on YouTube and social media. For the unfamiliar, typically in these situations, successful sugar daddies or sugar mamas pay for dates (and often sex) with younger women or men…

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How Facebook ‘likes’ predict race, religion and sexual orientation

(CNN)It’s true: Actions really do speak louder than words, even when you don’t want them to. The whistleblower, Christopher Wylie, explained to CNN how an app the company developed could pull data not only from its users’ profiles but from their entire friend networks. All of the data, we now know, were harvested without Facebook…

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How smoothie brand Innocent became a bestseller

More The Boss features, which every week profile a different business leader from around the world: How a poorly puppy inspired a pet food success story How Red Driving School steered away from a crisis How a rugby injury led to a successful business career Hollywood’s go-to visual effects company

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New party gets 50m backing to break mould of UK politics

Plans secretly made by donors since 2016 for a new political party drawing from both left and right A new political party with access to up to 50m in funding has been secretly under development for more than a year by a network of entrepreneurs, philanthropists and donors keen to break the Westminster mould, the…

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US imposes sanctions against Russian oligarchs and government officials

Washington (CNN)The Trump administration is unleashing additional sanctions against seven Russian oligarchs with ties to President Vladimir Putin along with 12 companies they own or control. “We cannot allow those seeking to sow confusion, discord, and rancor to be successful,” President Donald Trump said in a statement released by the White House. Treasury Secretary Steven…

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How do you make poverty sound better? Rebrand it! | Arwa Mahdawi

Having to take several jobs and sending kids to work used to be a sign of living precariously now its just a question of what your side hustle is Listen carefully. I am about to divulge the secret of financial success. I have deduced a failsafe way to amass a lot of money, even if…

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The danger of nostalgia: a tough, timely final season of The Americans

The sixth season of the hard-edged drama about Russian agents living in the US is a critical and incisive look at the problem with romanticizing the past In one of the most interesting scenes in the sixth, and final, season of The Americans, Elizabeth (Keri Russell) and Claudia (Margo Martindale) teach Paige (Holly Taylor) to…

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Welcome to Powder Mountain a utopian club for the millennial elite

When these young entrepreneurs bought a remote ski resort in Utah, they dreamed of an exclusive, socially conscious community. Is this the future, or Mt Olympus for Generation Me? Jeff Rosenthal is standing near the top of his snow-covered mountain wearing a fluffy jacket, fingerless gloves and ripped jeans. Its surreal, man! he says, shivering…

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How a rugby injury led to a successful business career

Image copyright Quint Image caption Mr Cox’s Quint Group has offices in five countries Soon Mr Cox swapped being a bricklayer for the life of a serial entrepreneur, moving from importing cars, to property investments, and then into the world of finance. Since 2009 he has been the founder and chief executive of Quint Group,…

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How Simon Carter fashioned a global menswear brand

Image copyright Simon Carter Image caption He says that both shops and an internet presence are vital “I invested my money, had 100 brooches made, and tried to sell them on the King’s Road,” he says. “I started at one end, and by the time I reached the other end I had no sales. “Feeling…

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