Only on “CBS This Morning,” Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, philanthropist Priscilla Chan, invited us into their home. They have never allowed a TV camera crew inside before. Gayle King was able to see first-hand who this couple is outside their Facebook lives. They discussed raising their two young daughters and how family inspires the work they do.
The world’s most valuable company is not Apple, Amazon, or Google. That crown instead belongs to Saudi Aramco. This is the story of how an oil company that started out as an American dream became Saudi Arabia's cash cow.
What does it take to be happy? The Nordic countries seem to have it all figured out. Finland and Denmark have consistently topped the United Nations’ most prestigious index, The World Happiness Report, in all six areas of life satisfaction: income, healthy life expectancy, social support, freedom, trust and generosity. Learn more about work-life balance secrets from the happiest countries in the world on CNBC Make It: https://cnb.cx/37So3YY Each year, a group of happiness experts from around the globe rank 156 countries based on how “happy” citizens are, and they publish their findings in the World Happiness Report. Happiness might seem like an elusive concept to quantify, but there is a science to it. When researchers talk about “happiness,” they’re referring to “satisfaction with the way one’s life is going,” Jeff Sachs, co-creator of the World Happiness Report and a professor at Columbia University, tells CNBC Make It. “It’s not primarily a measure of whether one laughed or smiled yesterday, but how one feels about the course of one’s life,” he says. Since the report began in 2012, Nordic countries — which include Denmark, Norway, Sweden, Finland and Iceland, plus the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Aland — consistently turn up at the top of the list. (The United States, on the other hand, typically lands somewhere around 18th or 19th place.)
Steve Harvey speaks on his biography and gives a life changing testimony of his struggles before success. He speaks of his God given talent that leads him to success. In his own words he stated if it wasn't for God he would have still been broke.
This Alux.com video well try to answer the following questions: How to get rich? How do you get rich? How do people invest? How to invest? What are the steps to getting rich? Why some people get rich and others don't? What are some proven ways of getting rich? How to make money? How to build wealth? How to create a business? How to start a business? How to get rich quick? How to get rich without being lucky? How to get rich book How to Get Filthy Rich Quick? How to get rich fast? What is the most effective yet efficient way to get rich? What is the easiest yet the most respectable way to become rich? What are the best legal ways to get rich? How long does it take to get rich? How do rich people make money? How do rich people get rich? How to get rich from zero? How to get rich starting with nothing? How to become a millionaire? How to become a billionaire? How could I get rich? I am desperate to get rich, what can I do? How can I get rich while I am still young? What are the fastest ways of getting rich? How to get rich without money? How to get rich when you're a teenager? What is the best way to get rich?
BTS is the world’s highest-paid K-pop group, according to Forbes, earning $57 million in pretax income over the past year. As K-pop’s richest boy band, here’s how the members make and spend their money.
Rushion McDonald is a modern day renaissance man whose career accomplishments range from comedy titles to award-winning baking to numerous hit shows under the global Steve Harvey brand.
His ability to constantly reinvent himself comes from his willingness to start from scratch regardless of difficulty or doubters along the way. Producer of Family Feud and host of Money Making Conversations, Rushion McDonald tells how he’s been able to live a limitless life on this episode of Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu.
Today we take you to Atlanta, Georgia to tour the sprawling Tyler Perry Studios. Home to productions like Marvel’s “Black Panther” and AMC Networks’ “The Walking Dead,” the self-made entertainment legend’s production compound is larger than Warner Bros. and Walt Disney’s Burbank studios combined.
12 newly-dedicated sound stages are joined by an entire backlot neighborhood called “Maxineville,” featuring a perfect replica of Madea’s house. Tyler Perry Studios is the centerpiece of Georgia’s burgeoning film industry and a testament to the vision, success, and generosity of its founder.
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The company Facebook, which owns the social media network Facebook, wants users to realise there's a difference between the two.
Facebook, the company behind the social media platform also called Facebook, wants to avoid being confused with Facebook – but instead of changing its name, like Google did to Alphabet, it is changing its logo.
The new logo is still just the word Facebook, but it is capitalised where the social media platform's logo is in lowercase.
An animated image released by the company shows the logo in various colours, distancing it a little from the blue of the main Facebook platform – which the company is increasingly describing as an app.
Explaining the change, the company's chief marketing officer, Antonio Lucio, said “Facebook started as a single app”, although in truth Facebook started as a social networking website for Harvard students – not a single application.
But, as Mr Lucio continued: “Now, 15 years later, we offer a suite of products that help people connect to their friends and family, find communities and grow businesses.”
This range of products all under the Facebook umbrella has grown increasingly diverse. They include the major four platforms, Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and WhatsApp, as well as others which have a much smaller market share or are yet to launch.
Oculus, Workplace, Portal and Calibra are mentioned by Mr Lucio as sharing infrastructure as well as development teams – and the company is keen to avow that these are Facebook products.
For a company such as Google, the value of its Search brand benefits its other services, including Maps and Gmail – and they are available as interconnected services at the point of delivery.
However, for Facebook, which has expanded primarily by acquiring these other social media platforms which were foreign to its own development teams, the focus has been on assimilating those platforms and their users into its own business structures.
For a long time there was very little clarity about how the company would do this and if it could do so legally.
Earlier this year the company's executives were called in for an “urgent briefing” by the Irish data protection commissioner after confirming plans to integrate the Facebook, WhatsApp and Instagram platforms.
Those plans would see the company combine its data collection on the hundreds of millions of users of its separate platforms around the world – potentially bringing it into conflict with strict EU laws on how companies handle personal data.
Facebook's information campaign around its new branding would potentially increase its ability to argue that users had provided their informed consent to continue using these joined-up platforms.
“We started being clearer about the products and services that are part of Facebook years ago, adding a company endorsement to products like Oculus, Workplace and Portal,” explained Mr Lucio.
“And in June we began including ‘from Facebook' within all our apps. Over the coming weeks, we will start using the new brand within our products and marketing materials, including a new company website.”
Whether such signalling will be enough to address concerns about the company's market share remains to be seen.
Getting up in the morning is hard for everyone — even billionaires! Both Jeff Bezos and Warren Buffett prioritize sleep aiming to get 8 hours per night. Oprah and Jack Dorsey meditate and exercise before starting their days. Following is a transcript of the video: Oprah's morning is very involved. The first thing she does when she rises at seven o'clock is brush her teeth before taking her five dogs for a walk. While she waits for her espresso to brew, she reads a card from her ‘365 Gathered Truths' box. Then, she turns to an app on her phone to read her daily Bowl of Saki. Next, she meditates followed by an hour long workout in the hills of her backyard. Elon Musk's morning is not as calm as Oprah's. He also wakes up at seven, but he gets right to business. Elon spends half an hour reading and responding to critical emails while drinking coffee. He says he's too busy for breakfast. After sending his five sons to school he showers, then drives to work. Sounds about right for someone who works up to 120 hours a week. Twitter founder Jack Dorsey says he gets out of bed 5:00 a.m. He meditates for 30 minutes and then completes a seven-minute workout three times. After that, he has his morning coffee and then checks in. Warren Buffett likes to sleep. He says he usually sleeps a full eight hours a night. He reportedly wakes up at 6:45 a.m. and starts his day reading newspapers like the Wall Street Journal and USA Today. Jeff Bezos also values his sleep. He says he makes it a priority. However, Bezos reportedly wakes up naturally, without an alarm. He likes to hold high-IQ meetings in the morning before lunch, ideally at 10:00 a.m. Bill Gates starts his day with cardio. The New York Times reported that Gates would spend an hour on the treadmill while watching educational DVDs. He says he enjoys Cocoa Puffs cereal but his wife, Melinda, says he doesn't eat breakfast. Many of us cannot imagine a morning without coffee, but Sara Blakely can. The founder of Spanx says she's never had a cup of coffee. Instead, she drinks a smoothie made of frozen wild berries, dark cherries, kale, dates, cinnamon, spinach, cilantro, fresh mint, lemon, water, ice, chia, and walnuts. Blakely also tries to get a yoga session in at 6:30 a.m. before taking her kids to school. Mark Zuckerberg stays true to his brand. The first thing he does is check his phone in bed. Mark Zuckerberg: The first I do is look at my phone. I look at Facebook. Jerry Seinfeld: Right. Zuckerberg: Right to see — to see what's going on in the world. Seinfeld: Right, right. Zuckerberg: And I check my messages. I look at Messenger and WhatsApp. He also says he doesn't like wasting time on small decisions which is why he wears pretty much the same outfit everyday. Anastasia Soare is the founder of makeup brand Anastasia Beverly Hills. She also reaches for her phone when she wakes up at 7:00 a.m. Apparently, Instagram is the first app she checks every morning. She always has two cups of black coffee and eats a light breakfast while answering emails. Her personal trainer comes to her house most days and she exercises for an hour. And of course, she never leaves her house without doing her eyebrows.
In this Alux.com video we'll try to answer the following questions: Which is the best country to get rich? Where is the easiet to get rich? Which country has the biggest wages? Which is the best country to make money? Which country has the best minimum wage? Where can you find the most rich people? Which country has the most rich people? Where to move to earn more? How big are salaries in Europe? How big are salaries in US? How much can you earn working in Europe? Is working in Europe better than US? How can you work in Europe or Asia? How to get rich in Europe? How to get rich in USA? How to make money in emergning economies? Can you get rich in a 3rd world country?
Guy Laliberté changed the world of entertainment when he cofounded Cirque Du Soleil. Now, he's looking to create a brand new phenomenon with Lune Rouge Entertainment, the corporate parent company of the PY1 pyramid and the psychedelic shows inside. In 2015, he sold off most of Cirque—walking away with $1.5 billion to put into new endeavors.
Two years ago, he launched Lune Rouge Entertainment—he has probably sunk $100 million into it between constructing the pyramid and developing the live entertainment—but it’s certainly the most visible part of his second act. And given how Cirque turned out, it could very well turn out to be more valuable than anything he has done since Cirque.
Fauzia Abdur-Rahman has been serving Jamaican food in the South Bronx from her cart Fauzia's Heavenly Delights, right outside the courthouse, for the last 25 years. The menu changes every day, but there are always two meat options, a fish option and three vegetarian options.
With the help of her daughter and husband, Fauzia makes her famous jerk chicken three times a week, and finishes it with her homemade jerk sauce that she makes with pimiento and scotch bonnet peppers, plus a host of other ingredients.