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Habits of billionaires who choose to live frugally

Jeff Bezos, the richest person in the world, drove a Honda Accord until 2013.Brendan McDermid/Reuters Some of the world’s richest people are famously frugal. Warren Buffett lives in a modest home he bought in 1958 and eats McDonald’s for breakfast every morning. Jeff Bezos, the world’s richest person, drove a …

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Why Boston should not get Amazon HQ2

Boston is a top contender for Amazon’s much-desired second headquarters, HQ2. Screenshot via Boston’s Amazon HQ2 Proposal Amazon is considering Boston as a home for its second headquarters, HQ2. Boston may seem like a great choice, with its highly educated labor pool, nearby universities,d irect access to public transit, and …

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Delta makes strict new rule for emotional support animals

AP/Branden Camp Delta Air Lines is enacting stricter regulations on those who travel with service and emotional support animals. The new rules are in response to a rise in safety incidents involving untrained or improperly trained animals. Stricter standards with cut down on those who use the allowance of emotional …

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Pope Francis married two flight attendants in a midair wedding

It’s apparently the first mid-air wedding featuring a pope. Reuters Pope Francis married two flight attendants on a papal flight from Santiago to Iquique, Chile on January 18. Carlo Ciuffardi Elorriga and Paula Podest Ruiz had a civil marriage already. But they missed the religious service because of an earthquake …

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How to spot different types of narcissist

Spotting different types of narcissist just got easier. Soroush Karimi / Unsplash Narcissistic personality disorder is one diagnosis, but there are three distinct types. They vary depending on how individuals act and treat other people. Some experts think identifying the type can make relationships with them possible, but others say …

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China may have ordered Marriott to stop tweeting

They’ve been largely quiet on Twitter since January 11. Damir Sagolj/Reuters • Chinese authorities shut down Marriott International’s Chinese website after discovering the company listed Hong Kong, Taiwan, Tibet, and Macao as countries. • Craig S. Smith, the president and managing director of Marriott’s Asia-Pacific office, apologized for the incident …

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How Reformation clothing stores beat the rise of online shopping

Shopping at Reformation is unlike any other retail experience I’ve had.Melia Robinson/Business Insider Reformation, the “cool girl’s” clothing company with stores in New York and Los Angeles, is expanding into brick-and-mortar at a time when retail brands are closing stores across America. And the startup is crushing it. Reformation closed …

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