Headlines on 2019-10-02

  • Trump called the mafia 'very nice people,' but warned you 'don't want to owe them money' in a 2013 interview

    YouTube/AmericanShows Donald Trump called the mafia "very nice people" in a 2013 interview with David Letterman, three years before his electoral victory to become president of the United States. Trump said that he tried to stay away from organized crime "as much as possible" when asked about his business dealings, but said that "I have met on occasion a few of those people." The interview was unearthed in light of Trump's dealings with Ukraine, which led House Intelligence Committee Chairman...

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  • Chinese troops apparently wore QR codes on their body armor in the massive 70th anniversary parade

    As Chinese troops were paraded out for their country's National Day Parade in Beijing on Tuesday, several of them wore a distinct marking on their uniforms. Affixed on their ballistic vests were what appeared to be a Quick Response (QR) code. US service members do not use QR codes on their uniforms but have Velcro tabs to affix distinct markings, including rank and service branch, primarily for identification purposes. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. As Chinese service...

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  • Tesla's third-quarter production numbers hit the low-end of Wall Street's expectations (TSLA)

    Tesla produced 96,155 cars and delivered 97,000 in the third-quarter, the company said Wednesday.  Shares of Tesla sank about 4% in after-hours trading after the release. Follow the stock in real-time here. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Tesla on Wednesday released its production and delivery numbers for the third quarter, setting a company record and falling at the low-end of Wall Street's consensus estimates of 95,000 to 100,000.  Here's the breakdown: "Our delivery...

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  • America's No. 1-ranked millennial wealth adviser reveals his 5 definitive tips for young investors

    Seth Haye helps oversee $1.2 billion for Morgan Stanley Wealth Management, and Forbes just named him the best next-generation wealth manager in the US. Haye gave Business Insider the tips he gives to younger clients, which are themed around finding ways to manage their spending and maximize their investing long-term. He reminds clients to focus on what they can control and try to enjoy the process of living out their plans. Click here for more BI Prime stories. Even the oldest millennials are...

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  • The Kardashians are launching a business to sell clothes from their own closets as resale is poised to become a $51 billion market

    The Kardashians will soon begin selling their old clothes online, according to Instagram posts from Kris Jenner. The online store — Kardashian Kloset — will launch on Friday morning and let shoppers purchase designer items from the Kardashian-Jenner family's closets. The new brand's Instagram page has already started teasing items that will be for sale.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. The Kardashian-Jenner family is moving into the resale sector. The family's lastest...

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  • Trump Meets With Finnish President As Impeachment Inquiry Accelerates

    President Trump held a press conference with the visiting president of Finland on Wednesday as the House impeachment inquiry into his call with Ukraine's president accelerates.

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