close video The growing trend of 'glamping' Terra Glamping CEO Rebecca Martin on the growing trend of 'glamping,' or glamorous camping. Whether it's luxury lodges, quaint cottages, state-of-the-art tents or even treehouses, the way we camp has evolved over the years, and our expectations of vacations and travelling are higher than ever. Continue Reading Below Millennials, the age group of those who are 38-19 who are often chided for "killing" traditional industries, are driving the demand for luxury camping vacations especially as the older cohort becomes parents, according to Curbed. “Camping habits have changed drastically over the years," Glamping Hub founder and chief strategy officer Ruben Martinez told FOX Business. "Twenty years ago people tended to do traditional camping. Any version of a unique glamping accommodation felt out of most people’s price range. Now, our website has 30,000 (glamping) listings all over the … [Read more...] about Why is glamping taking over the travel industry?
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By Ann Schmidt Published July 16, 2019 Lifestyle and Budget FOXBusiness Facebook Twitter Comments Print video World's smallest diapers, Pampers helps premature babies undefined Huggies is featuring dads for the first time on its new diaper boxes. Continue Reading Below Though the Kimberly-Clark brand has had moms on its diaper packaging before, its new Special Delivery diapers will now have dads on its boxes, too. “We really believe in celebrating all parents and the great job that parents are doing,” Kristine Rhode, Huggies North America brand director, told USA TODAY. “When you think about the important role that dads have in the family today and how that continues to grow, we wanted to make sure they were equally celebrated.” There are reportedly seven designs for the Special Delivery diaper packaging, which hit stores earlier this month. Three of the boxes show men with babies and four show women with … [Read more...] about Huggies diaper boxes feature dads for the first time
Follow recent figures showing a rise in anti-semitic attacks in France, Euronews' Hassan Refaei asked Pascale Alhadeff, director of the Jewish Museum in Brussels what she made of the current situation. Her answers were sent on email. Four years ago, four people were killed when a gunman opened fire at the museum. Question Hassan Refaei: French government statistics published last week that nearly 500 anti-Semitic attacks happened in the country last year, an increase of 74 percent in comparison with 2017. In your opinion, is this escalation in anti-Semitism intensifying in France in particular, or perhaps you find that it is a wave moving throughout Europe, and what is the specificity of France in this context? Pascale Alhadeff: Anti-Semitism remains pervasive across the EU and has become disturbingly normalized. The phenomenon is not limited to France. The escalation and specificity of France is that it is taking place within a context of social protests. Anti-Semitic acts happened … [Read more...] about What is anti-semitism and why is it spreading in Europe?
MANILA - Philippine journalists planned to hold a rally on Friday in support of media freedom after the arrest of an award-winning head of a news website sparked condemnation of the government. Rappler CEO Maria Ressa, who is free on bail, is charged with cyber libel in the latest case against the website filed by agencies of the government, which denies stifling the press. WHAT IS RAPPLER? Ressa and associates started Rappler on Facebook in 2011 and it became a news website in 2012. "Rappler" comes from combining "rap" and "ripple", meaning to discuss and to make a wave. It covers everything from business to politics. WHO OWNS AND FUNDS IT? Parent firm Rappler Holdings has four major shareholders with combined stakes of nearly 91 percent. They include Ressa (23.8 percent), media firm Dolphin Fire Group (31 percent), business incubator Hatchd Group (17.9 percent) and angel investor Benjamin So (17.9 percent). Rappler is funded by advertising, has a premium membership and has engaged in … [Read more...] about EXPLAINER: Why is the Philippine government accused of going after media?
President Donald Trump hit back at the expansive new congressional investigation into his finances and alleged ties to Russia on Wednesday. Responding to the announcement of the investigation, Trump called House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff a “political hack.” This came after Trump decried “partisan investigations” in his State of the Union address on Tuesday night President Donald Trump on Wednesday accused House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff of “presidential harassment” over the announcement of a new, expansive investigation into Russian election interference and the president’s finances. In comments to reporters, Trump referred to the Democratic congressman as a “political hack.” “He has no basis to do that. He’s just a political hack who’s trying to build a name for himself,” Trump said. “It’s just presidential harassment and it’s unfortunate and it really does hurt our … [Read more...] about Trump says the expanded House Russia investigation is ‘presidential harassment,’ calls the Democrat in charge a ‘political hack’