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'Is this South Korea?': North Korean defector was reportedly unsure of location, wanted Korean music

A North Korean soldier who defected was reportedly unsure he was in South Korea. After getting confirmation, he asked if he could listen to South Korean music. South Korean officials are exploring the possibility that the defector may have been influenced by the country's...

  


THE INTERNET OF THINGS 2017 REPORT: How the IoT is improving lives to transform the world

This is a preview of a research report from BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about BI Intelligence, . The Internet of Things (IoT) is disrupting businesses, governments, and consumers and transforming how they interact wi...

  


CNN interview with LaVar Ball goes off the rails as he tries to explain why he dismissed Trump's help

LaVar Ball was a guest on CNN to discuss his feud with President Donald Trump. Ball dismissed Trump's assistance, suggesting that the president didn't actually do anything to help the situation. Ball said he would have thanked the president if the UCLA players actually ca...

  


50 amazing photos taken in 2017

This year, 600 award-winning Reuters photojournalists worked across the world to document both major historic moments and the human stories that might otherwise have gone unnoticed. The team won the in the Breaking News Photography category in 2016, and in 2...

  


German Chancellor Angela Merkel hints she's ready for new elections after coalition talks collapse

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said that she favors holding new elections. Merkel also said she was "skeptical" about the idea of forming a minority government. Talks about forming a three-party coalition government in Germany dissolved after the free-market liberal Free...

  


Trump's charitable foundation says it's shutting down, but an ongoing investigation in New York may complicate that

The Donald J. Trump Foundation, the president's charitable organization, is reportedly dissolving itself. The foundation previously admitted to violating a federal rule on a nonprofit's use of funds. The foundation was under scrutiny for allegedly misusing its funds, ...

  


Charlie Rose, a TV icon, is accused of improper behavior by former interns

Three women who formerly interned for Charlie Rose told Business Insider that they experienced inappropriate behavior. One spoke of Rose touching her legs in the back of a car as he had his driver take her to her college dormitory. Two others spoke of Rose opening the doo...

  


Amazon holiday hiring is reaching sky-high levels — this year's tally will be about 120,000 (AMZN)

With Thanksgiving only a few days away, American consumers and retailers are gearing up for the annual post-Turkey Day holiday spending bonanza. In preparation for the madness, Amazon has said it at sites in 33 US states. The e-commerce giant is to work in its warehouses a...

  


Heisman favorite Baker Mayfield will not start for the Sooners after making an obscene gesture towards Kansas players

Baker Mayfield will not start for the Sooners on Saturday after making obscene gestures at an opposing bench last week. Mayfield made the gesture after players from Kansas spurned his handshake before kickoff. Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley was emotional while announ...

  


CBS News, PBS, and Bloomberg suspend Charlie Rose amid sexual harassment allegations

CBS, PBS, and Bloomberg announced they have suspended Charlie Rose amid accusations he sexually harassed his female colleagues. Eight women accused Rose of varying levels of misconduct in a bombshell Washington Post report on Monday. Rose released a statement apologizing ...

  


Wall Street has had a dismal year — and the latest business-by-business report card confirms it

A dismal year on Wall Street has been further confirmed by the latest business-by-business report card. Investment banking revenues at the top-12 banks fell to $118.1 billion during the first three quarters of 2017, according to data from industry consultant...

  


8 countries took part in Israel's largest-ever air drill — here are the impressive photos

The largest air drill in the Israeli Air Force's history, "Blue Flag 2017" at the Israel's Ouvda Air Force Base in Southern Israel concluded last week. With some 1,000 personnel from eight countries, the excesses are meant "to simulate extreme combat scenarios and coa...

  


AT&T is using the growing power of Silicon Valley to justify its acquisition of Time Warner (T)

AT&T is pushing back against the . AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson cited the power of Silicon Valley companies like Google, Facebook Amazon and Netflix to defend against the idea that the deal would hurt competition. "This defies logic," Stephenson said. Here's...

  


Square is taking on the big cryptocurrency exchanges — and it represents a $30 million opportunity (SQ)

Square is running a trial that allows some users of its CashApp to buy and sell bitcoin. That could translate into $30 million in revenues for the company, according to Credit Suisse. It could also cut into the market share of existing cryptocurrency exchanges such as Coi...

  


Sarah Huckabee Sanders forces White House reporters to say what they're thankful for

Sarah Huckabee Sanders asked White House correspondents to say what they're thankful for before asking questions at a press briefing. Reporters thanked their families and the First Amendment. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders required reporters to give ...

  


23andMe CEO Anne Wojcicki's defense of her ex-husband's weird FiveFinger shoes is a glimpse into how she thinks

23andMe founder Anne Wojcicki says ex-husband Sergey Brin wears strange shoes because he is creative. The story, written by Times columnist Maureen Dowd, is featured in the Times' style section and details Wojcicki's past high-profile relationships with Google co-fou...

  


MARK CUBAN: 'The big losers' of the DOJ's battle to block the Time Warner-AT&T merger will be Google and Facebook

Mark Cuban thinks the big losers of the DOJ's decision to sue to block the AT&T-Time Warner merger will be Google and Facebook. The DOJ announced Monday that it would sue to block the deal. Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban on Monday said he thinks F...

  


AT&T CEO on whether Trump's CNN antipathy is behind DOJ lawsuit: No one 'should be surprised the question keeps coming up'

AT&T's CEO Randall Stephenson blasted the US Department of Justice over an impending lawsuit. The department is fighting to block a merger between AT&T and Time Warner. Stephenson said the company will not sell off CNN to satisfy the department. AT&...

  


The quarterback the Vikings brought in as a safety net has sparked a team dilemma while helping them look like Super Bowl contenders

The Minnesota Vikings signed Case Keenum to backup Sam Bradford, and eventually, Teddy Bridgewater. Keenum has instead started seven games because of injuries and has played well while leading the team to a 5-2 record in those games. With Bridgewater healthy, there is a...

  


9 details you may have missed while watching 'Justice League'

Warning: There are spoilers ahead for "Justice League." "" is in theaters, uniting Batman and Wonder Woman with a group of iconic DC superheroes. While the Warner Bros. sequel , it teased a lot of heroes and villains for future movies and gave a few nods back to previ...

  


The 36-year-old CEO of Burger King asks job candidates 'Are you smart, or do you work hard?' — and there's a right answer

Daniel Schwartz CEO of Restaurant Brands International, the parent company of Burger King, Tim Hortons, and Popeyes. He became CEO at 32. He asks an interview question about smarts versus hard work, and has a right answer in mind. Daniel S. Schw...

  


Younger couples are becoming more experimental with sex — and that could be a good thing

A new set of surveys looked at the sexual practices of  16 to 24 year olds in Britain.  The surveys focused on cis-gender, heterosexual couples.  Researchers found that people are having sex earlier in life, and experimenting at a younger age.  Th...

  


The 13 celebrities who made the biggest impact on social media this year

Long gone are the days where celebrities just had late-night talk show appearances and magazine interviews to talk about their feelings. On social media, they have a 24/7 way to talk to the world. With that power, they find new ways to exert their fame. In the case of peop...

  


A tech CEO has a job interview question he says would make him hire someone on the spot — and it's about your parents, not your work

In a column at The New York Times, Adam Bryant reflected on some of the most interesting job-interview questions he's heard over the years. A tech CEO said that if he could only ask one question during a job interview, it would be, "What are the qualities you like least a...

  


Top 10 waiver-wire pickups for Week 12 in your fantasy football league

With Week 11 of the NFL season nearly in the books, it's time for another exciting waiver cycle in the world of fantasy football. As all fantasy owners know, a Thursday night game can be a big reason to stay away from an otherwise trendy player. Because of the Tha...

  


We tried a new fast-pizza chain that's expanding across America — here's what it's like

&pizza is a popular fast-casual pizza chain with 23 stores in four states. It just raised another round of funding to grow even more.  In a taste test, we found the pizzas lived up to the hype.   Chains like , , and are gaining a foothold in the US b...

  


7-Eleven has a new makeup line — and everything is under $5

7-Eleven is branching out into the cosmetics industry. The chain is launching a new makeup line called Simply Me Beauty. All of the products are under $5. When most people think of , they think of Slurpees and cheap snacks. It's not necessarily the first place you would...

  


Why airlines ask you to raise the window shades for takeoffs and landings

Ever wonder why airplane passengers are asked to lift up their window shades before takeoff and landing? A flight attendant explains why they do this. Following is a transcript of the video. Why airlines ask you to lift up the window shades for takeoffs and landings. The FAA...

  


29 ways you're annoying everyone in the office

Everyone has bad workplace habits Whether you realize it or not, they could be driving your coworkers nuts. You're best avoiding certain habits at work, like eating smelly food at your desk or talking politics. Americans with full-time jobs spend about a third of their ...

  


White House: Trump wasn't being literal when he tweeted he should've left UCLA players 'in jail'

The three UCLA basketball players who were arrested in China and charged with shoplifting returned stateside after President Trump met with Xi Jinping to ask for help in the case. LaVar Ball, father of LiAngelo Ball, downplayed Trump's involvement with his son's release...

  


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