Rachel Premack, provided by Published 2:48 pm, Friday, June 29, 2018 Theo Wargo/Getty Images Generation Z is the most ethnically-diverse and largest generation in American history. They're often cast as anti-social, technology-addicted, or "social justice warriors." From talking to 104 teenagers nationwide, Business Insider discovered what makes today's teens stressed out, happy, curious, and connected. Generation Z is the most ethnically-diverse and largest generation in American history. Recommended Video: Now Playing: As 4,000 VIP guests gather at the World Government Summit in Dubai to discuss everything from business, politics and technology, Inspire Middle East brings to you exclusive interviews with two of the most illuminating personalities on the ground. Will.I.Am on music, technology and education: World-famous producer and musician, will.i.am is also a passionate tech entrepreneur. After his company built an Artificial Intelligence operating … [Read more...] about Gen Zs never watch TV, are stressed about Snapchat, and are concerned that technology has ruined their mental health — here’s what it’s REALLY like to be a teen in 2018
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By CAROLYN HAX, SYNDICATED COLUMNIST Updated 2:26 pm, Tuesday, January 9, 2018 Photo: Linus Strandholm / EyeEm, Getty Images Adapted from a recent online discussion. Dear Carolyn: Every year on my birthday, my husband and I do something simple like going to a museum and dinner. I have a friend who is in a long-distance relationship, and I'm not a fan of her boyfriend. She announced that my birthday is when her boyfriend will be visiting next and she wants to double date. She ended the conversation with "Let me know what we're doing'' and has brought it up multiple times since. I want my low-key birthday with my husband, but this is the only day they have free, and she is very excited to celebrate together. You've talked before about how as adults we need to calm down about our birthdays. Do I just suck it up and spend the day with the glass bowl? Latest videos Now Playing: Now Playing Mirjana Kika … [Read more...] about Carolyn Hax: Should a friend usurp birthday plans?
Labour’s candidate to be the next Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is dominating his Conservative rival Zac Goldsmith in the polls at the moment. Business Insider met up with Khan at a cafe in London’s famous Borough Market to find out more about the man who could become London’s third Mayor. He started off by telling BI a well-rehearsed version of his life-story. Khan, a London-born son of immigrants, wants to be seen as a true Londoner who has experienced the best and worst of the city. By pointing out that he grew up on a council estate, went to a state school, and his dad was a bus driver, Khan is highlighting the difference between himself and his son-of-a-billionaire rival Zac Goldsmith: My family story is the London story, my parents came to this country in the 1960s, actually my grandparents, immigrants, they left India for Pakistan after the partition. My parents were immigrants as well, they came from Pakistan to London. My dad was a bus driver for more than 25 … [Read more...] about We asked Sadiq Khan why he should be Mayor of London (and he gave us his cute baby pictures)
YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki joked that rival site Facebook “should get back to baby pictures” rather than attempt to become a video platform that competes with YouTube, according to a report on CNBC. Wojcicki was speaking at Recode’s Code Media conference on February 12 and was asked by journalist Kara Swisher whether she’s concerned about Facebook’s growing video ambitions. “I mean you always have to take your competitors seriously, but you don’t win by looking backwards and looking around,” Wojcicki said. Swisher pushed her to expand on that response, asking “what do you think they’re doing?” “I think they should focus on what they’re focused on,” Wojcicki said. “I think they should get back to baby pictures and sharing.” “I’m not an expert about Facebook. They’re experts in it and they should do what’s best for their business. And look, we should all compete for … [Read more...] about The CEO of YouTube took a shot at Facebook: ‘They should get back to baby pictures’
Photo: Baby Milk Action pdf New York City’s campaign against infant formula inspired us to look into the dubious history of this product.Outrage started in the 1970s, when Nestle was accused of getting third world mothers hooked on formula, which is less healthy and more expensive than breast milk. The allegations led to hearings in the Senate and the World Health organisation, resulting in a new set of marketing rules. Yet infant formula remains a $11.5-billion-and-growing market. 'The Baby Killer' blew the lid off the formula industry in 1974. Social rights groups began dragging the industry's exploitative practices into the spotlight in the early 1970s. The New Internationalist published an exposé on Nestlé's marketing practices in 1973, 'Babies Mean Business,' which described how the company got Third World mothers hooked on baby formula. But it was 'The Baby Killer,' a booklet published by London's War On Want organisation in 1974, that really blew the lid … [Read more...] about Every Parent Should Know The Scandalous History Of Infant Formula