We compiled every known flight made by Jeffrey Epstein’s fleet of private planes. Search them all for the first time.

Business Insider has compiled a dataset of every known flight made by Jeffrey Epstein’s private jets. The late sex offender owned a Gulfstream IV, a Gulfstream GV-SP and a Boeing 727 nicknamed the “Lolita Express.” Business Insider combined flight manifests unsealed in court last year with signal data associated with Epstein’s jets, finding at least […]

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There are 1,510 people in Jeffrey Epstein’s little black book. Now you can search them all for the first time.

Business Insider has tabulated Jeffrey Epstein’s notorious “little black book,” making its entries searchable for the first time. There are 1,510 people listed in the late sex trafficker’s ill-famed rolodex, including dozens of billionaires, high-ranking politicians and diplomats, and royalty. The black book first emerged in court after Epstein’s former property manager, Alfredo Rodriguez, tried […]

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Burning Man, Bird, Andreessen Horowitz, and Yeezy: These startups and tech companies received coronavirus paycheck loans

The Trump administration on Monday released a list of the companies that received the largest sums of money distributed through the Paycheck Protection Program, a stimulus for businesses set up to combat economic fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic. A number of tech companies and Silicon Valley venture firms were among the recipients, including Andreessen Horowitz, […]

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The UK will freeze assets and place travel bans on officials from Russia, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, and North Korea in a new plan to target ‘thugs and despots’

The UK will slap sanctions on dozens of alleged international human rights abusers including senior Saudi Arabian officials and figures with close links to the Kremlin, the government has announced. Punishments on 49 individuals from Russia, Myanmar, Saudi Arabia, and North Korea include asset freezes and travel bans. Those named on the UK list include […]

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Uber just made an ‘aggressive’ move in its battle against food-delivery leader DoorDash by buying Postmates, an industry watcher says (UBER)

Buying Postmates will make Uber a stronger competitor to DoorDash, Wedbush Securities said in a note to clients on Monday. Uber’s food-delivery market share could increase to around 33%, pushing it closer to DoorDash’s 44% share, Wedbush estimated. Deliveries have been a bright spot for Uber this year as the coronavirus has reduced the demand […]

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The best pepper mills and salt grinders

The best pepper mills and salt grinders use steel or ceramic gears to grind spices to the exact size you want. Of all the pepper mills and salt grinders we’ve tested, Peugeot’s Paris u’Select 9-inch Pepper Mill and Salt Mill are the very best you can buy. If you’ve never had freshly ground pepper or […]

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The weekly $600 unemployment bonus that millions of Americans are relying on will end on July 31 unless Congress can agree on a plan to extend the payments

Congress approved a $600 unemployment bonus on top of state payments as part of its coronavirus relief efforts in March. Those weekly payments are set to expire on July 31, and there’s no consensus from lawmakers about extending them. Republicans, who oppose extending the bonus, have floated the idea of a “return to work” bonus […]

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A 2nd Wirecard executive gets arrested following $2 billion accounting scandal

German prosecutors questioned and arrested a second executive on Monday in relation to Wirecard’s $2 billion accounting scandal. Prosecutors didn’t name the executive but revealed that it was the managing director of Cardsystems Middle East, Wirecard’s Dubai-based business. Wirecard’s prospectus last year showed Oliver Bellenhaus to be Cardsystems Middle East’s managing director. The German fintech’s […]

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A 2nd Wirecard executive gets arrested following $2 billion accounting scandal

German prosecutors questioned and arrested a second executive on Monday in relation to Wirecard’s $2 billion accounting scandal. Prosecutors didn’t name the executive but revealed that it was the managing director of Cardsystems Middle East, Wirecard’s Dubai-based business. Wirecard’s prospectus last year showed Oliver Bellenhaus to be Cardsystems Middle East’s managing director. The German fintech’s […]

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