Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Asia Pacific Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by BySteven Lee Myers Sept. 13, 2018 BEIJING — Fan Bingbing is arguably the most famous actress in China, a prolific star who has made the leap to international fame with roles in the “Iron Man” and “X-Men” franchises. She appeared in Cannes in May to promote a coming spy blockbuster with Jessica Chastain, Marion Cotillard, Penélope Cruz and Lupita Nyong’o. She has more than 62 million followers on China’s equivalent of Twitter, Weibo, and appears in ads for products around the world — from vitamins in Australia to lipstick by Guerlain, the clothes of Montblanc and the diamonds of De Beers. Now she is missing. Ms. Fan, who turns 37 on Sunday, has dropped out of public view for more than three months — the victim of a sudden and … [Read more...] about What Happened to Fan Bingbing, China’s Most Famous Actress?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Economy Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by ByPatricia Cohen Sept. 7, 2018 The Labor Department will release the hiring and unemployment figures for August at 8:30 a.m. Eastern time. The monthly report provides one of the better snapshots of the state of the American economy. Here’s what to watch for: • Wall Street analysts expect the report to show that job creation picked up last month, with employers adding 190,000 jobs. The Bureau of Labor Statistics initially estimated that 157,000 new jobs were created in July, a figure likely to be revised. Over the last year, monthly job growth has averaged 200,000. • Unemployment is expected to tick down to 3.8 percent from the 3.9 percent reported for July. • Average hourly earnings are expected to increase 0.2 percent, down from 0.3 percent in July, putting the … [Read more...] about Jobs Report for August: What to Watch For
MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe told Business Insider that subscribers will be able to order non-2D movies (like IMAX and Real 3D) through the app by Labour Day. The added charge will be $US2-$US5. Lowe also said that surge pricing will be nationwide by the end of July. In the wake of MoviePass launching surge pricing to its subscribers, ranging from $US2-$US6 on popular movies on the weekends, there’s now some much-needed good news coming from the monthly movie ticket subscription service: you’ll get to see IMAX movies with MoviePass soon. In a conversation with MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe on Wednesday, he told Business Insider that by Labour Day there would be a feature added to the app that allows subscribers to select, for $US2-$US5, the option to see non-2D movies like IMAX or Real 3D. Currently, MoviePass only allows its subscribers to see standard 2D movies. “Imagine you’re a customer and now you can go to what typically might be a $US17 or $US18 ticket for … [Read more...] about MoviePass says you’ll be able to see IMAX movies with your subscription by Labour Day
Singapore’s Changi International Airport has been ranked the top airport in the world for six years running. It has impressive amenities like a free movie theatre, a butterfly garden, a rooftop swimming pool, and 24-hour spas, but it’s the airport’s cleanliness and efficiency that the average traveller will notice most. On a recent visit, I went from check-in through security to my boarding gate in 15 minutes and found the airport’s new Terminal 4 to be thoughtful, pleasant, and relaxed. I’m the kind of person who usually hates spending any unnecessary time in an airport, but I’d happily get to Changi early on a future flight. For six years in a row, Singapore’s Changi Airport has been rated the top airport in the world by Skytrax, a customer service reviewer that has been ranking airports since 1999. That lofty ranking is based on 13.73 million airport survey questionnaires completed by customers over the course of the year. More than … [Read more...] about I visited the number one airport in the world — and it blew me away with a free movie theatre, a butterfly garden, and a blazing fast 15-minute process from check-in to the gate
Jason Guerrasio, provided by Published 11:34 am, Wednesday, May 2, 2018 Business Insider MoviePass announced on Wednesday that it's going back to its $9.95 monthly plan. Since April, new subscribers had to pay for a $29.95 three-month plan that allowed four movies per month and a free trial to iHeartRadio's All-Access streaming package. MoviePass announced via Twitter on Wednesday that it is reinstating its popular $9.95 one-movie-per-day monthly plan. The app discontinued the plan in April and reports surfaced last week while MoviePass CEO Mitch Lowe was taking meeting with exhibitors at CinemaCon, the industry's annual conference in Las Vegas, that the $9.95 would not come back. But it looks like there has been a change of heart. Business Channel Now Playing: Now Playing Booking.com Is An AirBnB Competitor, But Don't Call it A Clone Cheddar TV Sprint CEO: 5G Networks Will Create 3 Million Jobs in the U.S. Cheddar TV New T-Mobile Still Distant 3rd … [Read more...] about MoviePass returns to its one-movie-a-day plan after capping new subscribers at 4 movies a month (HMNY)