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Chipotle CEO: Our portion sizes aren't getting smaller—but you can get more food with a 'secret look'

“We always want to give people big portions that get them excited about the food,” Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol told Fortune.

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Chipotle CEO: Our portion sizes aren't getting smaller—but you can get more food with a 'secret look'

“We always want to give people big portions that get them excited about the food,” Chipotle CEO Brian Niccol told Fortune.

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A teacher suddenly quit her job after 24 years because parents drove her to a breaking point: 'We didn’t sign up to be a glorified babysitter'

“Parents: You need to get off the backs of your teachers.”

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America’s landfills are ‘garbage lasagnas’

Landfills emit three times more methane than previously thought, a new study reveals.

22.05.2024 30

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The starting salary for a new American Airlines flight attendant is low enough to qualify for food stamps in some states

Legislation prevents workers from striking without permission from the government.

21.05.2024 30

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People can’t buy cars and houses without a financial identity footprint—but a third of Gen Zers are 'digital ghosts,' and too shy to begin banking

Digital ghosts have a harder time accessing services like credit cards, and loans to afford cars, housing and education.

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Jamie Dimon once again says we should tackle the national deficit: ‘That is important for the world’

Dimon said the deficit isn’t going to be a calamity anytime soon, but it’s making inflation worse and could prompt financial markets to force...

18.05.2024 20

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Child care now costs more than housing in all 50 states

With low wages for child care providers, razor-thin profit margins, and inadequate funding, it’s a deeply broken industry.

16.05.2024 30

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The juice isn’t worth the squeeze for many college majors, new report reveals: Lifetime earnings simply can’t keep up with the cost of degrees

30% of bachelor’s degrees cost more than what they pay out in a lifetime, a new analysis finds.

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Shein and Abercrombie are disrupting the $14 billion bridal gown market with cheap dresses—but where brides save, the world is paying full price

Fast-fashion, a notoriously wasteful industry, is now offering bridal collections.

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Apple cofounder Steve Wozniak was expelled from the school where he just delivered his commencement speech—'you grow up in education to be leaders, not followers'

Wozniak encouraged students to decide for themselves what’s right or wrong when faced with institutional pushback.

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Apple iPad ad obliterates the tools of human creativity with a hydraulic press to hype its ‘thinnest product yet.’ Offended consumers reversed the ad to make it a less ‘horrific corporate nightmare'

The spot appears to be having the unintended effect of turning people off their devices: “This ad effectively convinced me I need less technology...

09.05.2024 50

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A 35-year-old junior Bank of America associate suddenly died—and it’s ignited discussions about Wall Street’s intense working conditions

Leo Lukenas III, a former Green Beret, joined Bank of America as an investment banker last summer. He died on May 2.

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Columbia created new rules after historic 1968 protests. Its administration just broke them to authorize police on campus, university report concludes

Columbia made new rules after 1968 to protect students from mass arrests. Ignoring them has left a “sense of alienation and violation by students...

07.05.2024 20

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Cinco de Mayo may be boozier than New Year’s Eve and St. Patrick’s Day, a survey finds

A decades-long push by American beer companies is partly responsible for it.

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Moderna’s sales from its only product, the COVID-19 vaccine, fell 91% from last year

The drugmaker is optimistic about higher sales with new vaccines and a little help from AI in the coming years.

03.05.2024 40

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The $34 trillion U.S debt is nearly as big as its own economy and there’s (still) no plan to fix it

Goldman Sachs, International Monetary Fund, and the Congressional Budget Office are the latest to warn it’s a looming problem.

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The price of a livable wage is a more expensive burger, as California fast-food chains hike menu prices

Fast food workers are finally earning livable pay, but consumers are facing the costs

29.04.2024 20

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A new law will ban TikTok unless China sells most of it. An expert says it’s ‘unconstitutional’ and backed by no evidence

"It’s much easier politically to pass a law that targets TikTok than a privacy law.”

28.04.2024 40

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These incarcerated women are leaving prison with a certified license to make people feel beautiful. The program ‘gave me a chance to feel human again’

The license is also helping them earn way more than they did before prison.

27.04.2024 30

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Bird flu fragments are in pasteurized milk now, but government still considers it safe to drink

U.S. agencies say milk is still safe thanks to pasteurization, a process invented in 1864 to kill harmful bacteria.

25.04.2024 10

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Bird flu fragments are in pasteurized milk now, but government still consider it safe to drink

U.S. agencies say milk is still safe thanks to pasteurization, a process invented in 1864 to kill harmful bacteria.

25.04.2024 20

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Japanese ‘sugar baby’ sent to prison after swindling men out of $1 million and selling a guide on how to do it

Her case is an extreme example of disasters that can arise in a sugar relationship.

23.04.2024 10

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Chris Pratt’s decision to demo a historic home he bought for $12.5 million last year has ignited public outrage: He has ‘more money than taste.’

The well-preserved mid-century home was one of Ellwood’s few remaining designs.

22.04.2024 50

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Nobel laureate Esther Duflo proposes taxing 3,000 billionaires to protect the world’s poorest from climate change—and most Americans likely agree with the plan

The proposal is meant to hold billionaires tax-accountable–and use the money to help the poorest people survive climate change.

20.04.2024 9

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Paid parental leave at schools is so dire that teachers must hoard their sick days and time their pregnancies around summer vacation

When Laura Wright told her school’s principal about her first pregnancy, he replied, “you didn’t plan that too smart.”

19.04.2024 10

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Salman Rushdie reveals what he learned from the attack that blinded and nearly killed him: 'There is value in hearing from voices that offend us'

Salman Rushdie was hunted by Iran for decades over his controversial novel. He just published another

17.04.2024 20

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The U.S. is reportedly preparing to sue Ticketmaster over the monopolistic behavior that outraged Swifties last year

Ticketmaster currently controls more than 80% of the market share for major concerts–and customers pay dearly, in more ways than one.

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Biden takes another stab at forgiving student loan debt. Here's how to know if you qualify for his latest $7.4 billion package

Biden has now dished out $153 billion in student debt relief trying to fix the broken loan system.

13.04.2024 10

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Vietnam’s ‘blazing furnace’ sees real estate mogul sentenced to death for $12 billion fraud. It’s the biggest eruption yet in Asia’s volcanic housing bust

The fraud is equivalent to 3% of the country's GDP.

13.04.2024 40

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A pregnancy at age 35 used to be called 'geriatric,' but life is so unaffordable that now it’s a sweet spot

Older-age pregnancies have risen 900% over the past five decades.

11.04.2024 20

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Jamie Dimon says U.S. debt is pushing the economy toward a "cliff," but thinks "boosting military expenditure" is essential

The U.S already leads the world in military spending–and the numbers are on the rise.

09.04.2024 20

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From celebrity chef to a direct line to the White House, here’s how José Andrés became the face of food philanthropy and a major player in international politics

The Nobel prize nominee has been an increasingly major player in food philanthropy—and international politics—for well over a decade.

05.04.2024 7

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Hobbyist beekeepers are buzzing after reversing America's critical bee shortage in just 5 years

Tax breaks for beekeepers and the country’s need for pollinators help explain the busier hives–but climate change still threatens colony collapse.

04.04.2024 30

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Gen Z’s favorite car to steal is World Car of the Year winner—with over 700,000 in American sales

It’s a comeback—of sorts.

01.04.2024 30

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A 7th grade math teacher and army veteran changed his name to ‘Literally Anyone Else’ and announced his run for U.S. president

The 35-year-old Texas man hopes that his name can be on the ballot as a "neither" vote.

30.03.2024 20

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Young women are randomly getting sucker punched in New York City

Crime rates have been falling for a few years now, but social media is highlighting street violence in New York, where women are being randomly...

29.03.2024 20

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Trump Social's public debut puts ‘all other meme stocks to shame,’ veteran analyst says

Its stock price is soaring–but a Wedbush analyst warns the platform doesn’t have the profitability to back up the hype.

28.03.2024 40

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RyanAir CEO speaks out on 2 years of Boeing problems: ‘spanners under floor boards,’ ‘missing seat handles’ and 'much needed' new management

For Boeing, the start of the year has gone from bad to worse with malfunctioning and delayed deliveries just a few of its problems.

27.03.2024 9

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Apple must secure China as it embarks on legal battles in the U.S. and Europe, Wedbush analyst says: 'Grab the olive branch from Beijing and don't look back'

On top of weak China sales, Apple also faces headwinds from antitrust actions.

25.03.2024 20

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Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer was once Bill Gates’ assistant, now he’s the 6th richest person in the world. Here are his 5 tips for success

On his birthday, we’re looking back at his sworn-by tips for success.

24.03.2024 10

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The housing market is so bad this Long Island house has no running water or power—and it's on sale for $500,000

Off-the-grid housing options are gaining popularity—but some of them are still really pricey.

22.03.2024 40

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Every company wants ‘green-skilled’ workers–but nobody seems to know what that means

Workers with green skills are getting hired more, and job postings that require them have soared.

21.03.2024 10

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New report reveals the surprising benefit to economic recessions: They help you live longer

One health benefit associated with recessions—lower air pollution—immediately helped people live longer, especially the elderly.

19.03.2024 5

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Elon Musk calls X ‘number one source of news in the world’—and also a ‘hardcore, player versus player platform’

In his tense interview with Don Lemon, the X owner also said he thinks “the media is not truthful."

19.03.2024 30

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How a 35-year-old woman’s seven-year infertility odyssey ended thanks to a corporate benefit—and a state that allowed her to get IVF treatment

Her previous company’s insurance plan offered her $15,000–-but her clinic hardly accepted any of it.

16.03.2024 10

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Musk eats 2 sour lemons in one day: Canceling former CNN star’s X show over drug questions as market hands out $30 billion smackdown to Tesla

Tesla is reeling as multiple analysts look into the crystal ball and see no growth in sight, or even worse, the carmaker turning into a “2027...

15.03.2024 20

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Wealthy Massachusetts homeowners spent half a million dollars to build a sand dune that washed away in three days–and they’re dead set on rebuilding it

Intense storms are more frequent due to climate change and state funding to protect beach homes has failed to keep pace.

13.03.2024 4

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Delta’s CEO just paid out $1.4 billion to his employees. Here are his 3 secrets to being a great boss

Bastian’s Valentine’s Day gift to employees–a bonus check worth $1.4 billion this year–is here to stay, too.

13.03.2024 30

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Uber is prodding its riders to choose hybrid or electric—but its new feature masks the dark truth about ride-sharing

Rideshare platforms like Uber have the potential to reduce global greenhouse emissions–but right now, they’re often making more than they save.

12.03.2024 10

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