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After what feels like ages of rumors, speculation, and worry that I was getting way too obsessed with a Bluetooth item tracker that seemed similar to ones made by several other companies, AirTags are finally here. But before you preorder the Mentos-esque pucks, there’s something you should be aware of: if you want to engrave…

Who knew Tim Apple was a professional thief?

Tim Cook, the mild-mannered Apple CEO, probably didn’t have to lift more than a finger to launch a new line of iPad Pros with the company’s Arm-based M1 chip. Tim Apple, on the other hand? He’s the kind of daring superspy who can pull off a high-security heist, slicing through plate glass, rappelling down buildings,…

Los Angeles could offer thousands of poor residents $1,000 a month, ‘no questions asked’

Poor residents in Los Angeles could receive $1,000 direct monthly payments as part of the city's budget. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti outlined the $24 million proposal during his annual "State of the City" address. The payments will "begin to tear away at poverty in our city," Garcetti said. See more stories on Insider's business page.…

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Your AirTag can’t say horseshit but it can say shit horse

After what feels like ages of rumors, speculation, and worry that I was getting way too obsessed with a Bluetooth item tracker that seemed similar to ones made by several other companies, AirTags are finally here. But before you preorder the Mentos-esque pucks, there’s something you should be aware of: if you want to engrave…

Who knew Tim Apple was a professional thief?

Tim Cook, the mild-mannered Apple CEO, probably didn’t have to lift more than a finger to launch a new line of iPad Pros with the company’s Arm-based M1 chip. Tim Apple, on the other hand? He’s the kind of daring superspy who can pull off a high-security heist, slicing through plate glass, rappelling down buildings,…

Los Angeles could offer thousands of poor residents $1,000 a month, ‘no questions asked’

Poor residents in Los Angeles could receive $1,000 direct monthly payments as part of the city's budget. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti outlined the $24 million proposal during his annual "State of the City" address. The payments will "begin to tear away at poverty in our city," Garcetti said. See more stories on Insider's business page.…

Biden responds to Derek Chauvin’s conviction in the murder of George Floyd

President Joe Biden called on Congress to pass criminal justice reform to honor George Floyd. "No one should be above the law," Biden said. "And today's verdict sends that message. But it's not enough." Former police officer Derek Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison for second-degree murder. See more stories on Insider's business…

Advertisers are gearing up for live events again

Hi and welcome to the Insider Advertising newsletter. I'm Lucia Moses, deputy editor, and this week in advertising and media news: Advertisers bet on live events;TV adtech giants merge;And Omnicom ups its data pitch.If you got this newsletter forwarded, sign up for your own here. First up: Don't miss our webinar this Thursday on the future…

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Your AirTag can’t say horseshit but it can say shit horse

After what feels like ages of rumors, speculation, and worry that I was getting way too obsessed with a Bluetooth item tracker that seemed similar to ones made by several other companies, AirTags are finally here. But before you preorder the Mentos-esque pucks, there’s something you should be aware of: if you want to engrave…

Who knew Tim Apple was a professional thief?

Tim Cook, the mild-mannered Apple CEO, probably didn’t have to lift more than a finger to launch a new line of iPad Pros with the company’s Arm-based M1 chip. Tim Apple, on the other hand? He’s the kind of daring superspy who can pull off a high-security heist, slicing through plate glass, rappelling down buildings,…

Los Angeles could offer thousands of poor residents $1,000 a month, ‘no questions asked’

Poor residents in Los Angeles could receive $1,000 direct monthly payments as part of the city's budget. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti outlined the $24 million proposal during his annual "State of the City" address. The payments will "begin to tear away at poverty in our city," Garcetti said. See more stories on Insider's business page.…

Biden responds to Derek Chauvin’s conviction in the murder of George Floyd

President Joe Biden called on Congress to pass criminal justice reform to honor George Floyd. "No one should be above the law," Biden said. "And today's verdict sends that message. But it's not enough." Former police officer Derek Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison for second-degree murder. See more stories on Insider's business…

Advertisers are gearing up for live events again

Hi and welcome to the Insider Advertising newsletter. I'm Lucia Moses, deputy editor, and this week in advertising and media news: Advertisers bet on live events;TV adtech giants merge;And Omnicom ups its data pitch.If you got this newsletter forwarded, sign up for your own here. First up: Don't miss our webinar this Thursday on the future…

Police union welcomes verdict, says ‘justice has worked’ after Derek Chauvin found guilty of murder

The Fraternal Order of Police welcomed Tuesday's guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial. "The trial was fair and due process was served," FOP President Patrick Yoes said. Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison for second-degree murder. See more stories on Insider's business page. That former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin is now a…
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Your AirTag can’t say horseshit but it can say shit horse

After what feels like ages of rumors, speculation, and worry that I was getting way too obsessed with a Bluetooth item tracker that seemed similar to ones made by several other companies, AirTags are finally here. But before you preorder the Mentos-esque pucks, there’s something you should be aware of: if you want to engrave…

Who knew Tim Apple was a professional thief?

Tim Cook, the mild-mannered Apple CEO, probably didn’t have to lift more than a finger to launch a new line of iPad Pros with the company’s Arm-based M1 chip. Tim Apple, on the other hand? He’s the kind of daring superspy who can pull off a high-security heist, slicing through plate glass, rappelling down buildings,…

Los Angeles could offer thousands of poor residents $1,000 a month, ‘no questions asked’

Poor residents in Los Angeles could receive $1,000 direct monthly payments as part of the city's budget. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti outlined the $24 million proposal during his annual "State of the City" address. The payments will "begin to tear away at poverty in our city," Garcetti said. See more stories on Insider's business page.…

Biden responds to Derek Chauvin’s conviction in the murder of George Floyd

President Joe Biden called on Congress to pass criminal justice reform to honor George Floyd. "No one should be above the law," Biden said. "And today's verdict sends that message. But it's not enough." Former police officer Derek Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison for second-degree murder. See more stories on Insider's business…

Advertisers are gearing up for live events again

Hi and welcome to the Insider Advertising newsletter. I'm Lucia Moses, deputy editor, and this week in advertising and media news: Advertisers bet on live events;TV adtech giants merge;And Omnicom ups its data pitch.If you got this newsletter forwarded, sign up for your own here. First up: Don't miss our webinar this Thursday on the future…

Police union welcomes verdict, says ‘justice has worked’ after Derek Chauvin found guilty of murder

The Fraternal Order of Police welcomed Tuesday's guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial. "The trial was fair and due process was served," FOP President Patrick Yoes said. Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison for second-degree murder. See more stories on Insider's business page. That former Minneapolis officer Derek Chauvin is now a…

AOC reacts to Derek Chauvin verdict, says the fact that George Floyd had to die ‘to be seen and valued is not justice’

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Your AirTag can’t say horseshit but it can say shit horse

After what feels like ages of rumors, speculation, and worry that I was getting way too obsessed with a Bluetooth item tracker that seemed similar to ones made by several other companies, AirTags are finally here. But before you preorder the Mentos-esque pucks, there’s something you should be aware of: if you want to engrave…

Who knew Tim Apple was a professional thief?

Tim Cook, the mild-mannered Apple CEO, probably didn’t have to lift more than a finger to launch a new line of iPad Pros with the company’s Arm-based M1 chip. Tim Apple, on the other hand? He’s the kind of daring superspy who can pull off a high-security heist, slicing through plate glass, rappelling down buildings,…

Los Angeles could offer thousands of poor residents $1,000 a month, ‘no questions asked’

Poor residents in Los Angeles could receive $1,000 direct monthly payments as part of the city's budget. LA Mayor Eric Garcetti outlined the $24 million proposal during his annual "State of the City" address. The payments will "begin to tear away at poverty in our city," Garcetti said. See more stories on Insider's business page.…

Biden responds to Derek Chauvin’s conviction in the murder of George Floyd

President Joe Biden called on Congress to pass criminal justice reform to honor George Floyd. "No one should be above the law," Biden said. "And today's verdict sends that message. But it's not enough." Former police officer Derek Chauvin faces up to 40 years in prison for second-degree murder. See more stories on Insider's business…

Advertisers are gearing up for live events again

Hi and welcome to the Insider Advertising newsletter. I'm Lucia Moses, deputy editor, and this week in advertising and media news: Advertisers bet on live events;TV adtech giants merge;And Omnicom ups its data pitch.If you got this newsletter forwarded, sign up for your own here. First up: Don't miss our webinar this Thursday on the future…