What Companies Can Learn From a Study on Plastic Cutlery

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What Companies Can Learn From a Study on Plastic Cutlery

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What To Know About the Elizabeth Holmes Trial

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes will stand trial later this month on charges of defrauding investors and patients of the blood-testing company. If convicted, 37-year-old Holmes—once named the world’s youngest female self-made billionaire—could face 20 years in prison for each of the ten counts of wire fraud and two counts of conspiracy to commit wire fraud she is accused of.…

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Taylor Swift and Usher Performance Resurfaces Amid Super Bowl

The Super Bowl LVIII will see the Kansas City Chiefs take on the San Francisco 49ers for the all-important Vince Lombardi Trophy. Hype is building over the halftime show, as music icon Usher will deliver his hotly-anticipated performance in the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas, Nevada. There’s also another person whose attendance, although not yet confirmed, has been much debated. That is, of c…

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How K-pop Star Luna Came to Broadway

You almost can’t recognize Luna when she appears in an early scene of KPOP on Broadway. The Korean singer has swapped out the luscious blonde locks from a prior musical number for brown hair styled with thick, straight-across bangs, and replaced the exquisite costume she wore just minutes before with a plain dress and old-fashioned sneakers. Luna is playing 9-year-old MwE, who is a…

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Britney Spears Slams Diane Sawyer Interview

In 2003, shortly after the release of her fourth album, In the Zone—and on the heels of her high-profile breakup with Justin Timberlake—Britney Spears sat down for an interview with journalist Diane Sawyer. In her new memoir, The Woman in Me, a copy of which was obtained by TIME ahead of its Oct. 24 release, Spears writes that she was pressured by her father and told she w…

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The Marvel Cinematic Universe Doesn’t Make Sense Anymore

The genius of Marvel Studios, at least in the beginning, was that each movie felt like a puzzle piece. Meticulously designed with the next step in mind, each chapter in the Marvel Cinematic Universe saga felt purposeful—it would introduce a hero, a few side characters, a villain, and then a stinger previewing the next film. Even if the movie didn’t totally work, individual films abo…

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The Power of Joni at the Grammys

In 2024, the Grammys lived up to their often-dubious claim to being “music’s biggest night,” with highs like Tracy Chapman and Luke Combs’ “Fast Car” duet, lows like the shocking arrest of Killer Mike, and whoas like Album of the Year winner Taylor Swift announcing a new album titled The Tortured Poets Department. But for me, the highlight of the evening was a quieter, if n…

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