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MacKenzie Scott, Amazon boss Jeff Bezos’s ex-wife, says that she has given $1.7bn (£1.3bn) to charity to date.
She has made donations to historically black US colleges, climate change groups and health organisations.
Ms Scott posted about the gifts on social media, also saying that she has changed her surname from Bezos.
She is the second-richest woman in the world, with a fortune of more than $62bn, according to Forbes.
She and Mr Bezos divorced last year.
The novelist, who married Mr Bezos a year before he founded Amazon and was one of the firm’s first employees, received a 4% stake after the split.
Shortly after announcing the divorce, Ms Scott signed the Giving Pledge, joining a campaign founded by billionaire investor Warren Buffett and ex-Microsoft boss Bill Gates and his wife Melinda. It commits the wealthy to give away the majority of their fortunes to charity.
Ms Scott said
Officials are moving closer and closer to a deal that would put more money directly into your pocket as the country continues to struggle with the coronavirus pandemic.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (above) and his fellow Republicans have introduced a relief package that includes a repeat of those popular “stimulus checks” of up to $1,200 that most Americans got earlier this year. And this time, families would get bigger payouts.
The proposal is very similar to one the Democratic-controlled U.S. House passed a couple of months ago — but not close enough to avoid congressional bickering that could keep you from getting your money quickly.
Here’s what we know about the timing of the next round of checks, direct deposits and debit cards.
How the second stimulus checks are shaping up
Attorney General William Barr sustained a number of attacks from House Democrats during a sometimes-contentious hearing on Tuesday, managing to deliver a few shots of his own.
Mr Barr took a rhetorical lashing from the start during a hearing, delayed in dramatic fashion when House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler was involved in a minor car accident, as the New York Democrat came out firing. He accused Mr Barr of waging a “war” on his own Justice Department to “protect” his boss, the president.
A two-time Cabinet member and no stranger to the hot seat before a committee controlled by hostile Democrats, Mr Barr toggled between listening to the opposition party’s charges of corruption and presidential interference by sitting stone-faced or raising his voice during several tense exchanges.
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After a difficult year, the holiday season will be a critical period for brands and retailers looking to recoup lost revenue. In order to see success, the 2020 Holiday Retail Report from Klarna says that companies should be focusing on tailoring the in-store and online experiences to consumers’ specific preferences.
“The holiday 2020 season will look very different this year, and brands that start planning for it now will be best prepared to meet their customer needs and make up for losses from the pandemic,” said David Sykes, head of U.S. at Klarna. “Data from our survey reveals that 68% of consumers plan to start shopping by Cyber Monday.”
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A majority of consumers were found to desire a seamless transition between e-commerce and brick-and-mortar channels, with 59% expecting to see the same items available at both destinations. Many customers
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Passengers flying Virgin Galactic on suborbital trips into space will be able to see themselves floating weightless against the backdrop of the Earth below while 16 cameras document the adventures, the company said Tuesday.
Highly detailed amenities to enhance the customer flight experience were shown in an online event revealing the cabin of the company’s rocket plane, a type called SpaceShipTwo, which is undergoing testing in preparation for commercial service.
There are a dozen windows for viewing, seats that will be customized for each flight’s six passengers and capable of adjusting for G forces, and, naturally, mood lighting.
Yet designer Jeremy Brown said the passengers’ most lasting impression may come from a large mirror at the rear of the cabin.
“We think that there’s a real memory burn that customers are going to have when they see that analog reflection of themselves in the back of
Aspiration defies easy labels. It’s almost like this financial company is daring you to categorize it.
It’s not a bank, though it offers accounts that are sort of like checking accounts, sort of like savings accounts. Plus, it has debit cards, offers better-than-the-usual interest, provides cash back and has a do-gooder vibe.
The MoneyWise editorial team developed a grading system — taking into account fees, features and other factors — to prescribe the four-star rating shared in this first-person review. The opinions and writing in this article are solely my own, conveying my experience with Aspiration as a product. Other customer’s outcomes may differ.
MoneyWise Rating: 4 stars (out of a possible 5)
As a customer with one of the “Spend & Save” accounts, I’d use quirky to describe Aspiration, and I mean that in a good, likable way. Fees are voluntary, the debit
MIAMI, FL — A 29-year-old Miami man has been accused of using $3.9 million in Paycheck Protection Program money to buy a $318,000 Lamborghini Huracan for himself and make other lavish purchases.
David T. Hines, 29, of Miami, Florida, was charged with one count of bank fraud, one count of making false statements to a financial institution and one count of engaging in transactions in unlawful proceeds.
“The complaint alleges that Hines sought approximately $13.5 million in PPP loans through applications to an insured financial institution on behalf of different companies,” federal prosecutors said. “The complaint alleges that Hines caused to be submitted fraudulent loan applications that made numerous false and misleading statements about the companies’ respective payroll expenses. The financial institution approved and funded approximately $3.9 million in loans.”
U.S. Attorney Ariana Fajardo Orshan of Miami announced the charges Monday along with Acting Assistant Attorney General Brian C. Rabbitt
Art is an immense and relative term, making it either a dream or a nightmare for those attempting to navigate it on a buyer’s level. Regardless of if you’re deciding where to hang a print, debating whether or not to pull the trigger on a first acquisition, or still wondering where the hell to even start your search, the artwork-purchasing process can feel like a tremendous endeavor — but, you don’t need to feel intimidated by it. We tapped experts across the online art-space to break down any stigmas still surrounding researching, buying, and home-styling quality pieces as beginners on a budget.
We’ve come a long way from an art world that once felt accessible to insiders only; today the influx of online galleries allows both buyers and artists all around the globe to seamlessly connect across a multitude of mediums, styles, and price points. Ahead, the stylists, curators, editorial
Until recently, the goal of early retirement was a lofty one. But with the chaos caused by the coronavirus pandemic, some older workers are being pushed into retirement ― whether they’re ready or not ― minus the sandy beaches and financial freedom.
During past recessions, it was common for older employees to drop out of the workforce completely rather than try to compete for new jobs. But now, there’s even more pressure to abandon working life.
“Since this is a global health pandemic, it has added a layer of complexity not seen in past recessions,” said Jeffrey Lewis, a financial advisor with Savant Wealth Management. Some older workers may be less inclined to return to the office for fear of contracting the virus themselves, or bringing it home to their spouse or kids who may have an underlying health condition, Lewis said. “If employers are not able to meet