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Elon Musk snapped back at Arianna Huffington’s advice to get some more sleep in tweet he sent at 230 am TSLA

Elon Musk snapped back at Arianna Huffington’s advice to get some more sleep in tweet he sent at 230 am TSLAArianna Huffington told Elon Musk to get some more sleep, but the Tesla CEO snapped back in a 2.30 a.m. tweet. Musk said he has no choice but to work long hours because the alternative is potentially catastrophic for Tesla.

Read more: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/businessinsider/~3/V1F926pA9aY/elon-musk-snaps-back-at-arianna-huffingtons-sleep-advice-at-230-am-2018-8

Seafood Christmas lights and bicycles — the everyday items set to get more expensive due to Chinese tariffs

Seafood Christmas lights and bicycles — the everyday items set to get more expensive due to Chinese tariffsThe Trump administration's proposed $200 billion in fresh tariffs on Chinese imports will force Americans to pay more for their products from the cradle to the grave, a wide range of American Businesses have said.

Read more: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/businessinsider/~3/I-J1RpeOuVs/us-china-trade-war-the-everyday-items-set-to-get-more-expensive-2018-8

Sacha Baron Cohen tried and failed to convince a former presidential candidate of a conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton is secretly a man

Sacha Baron Cohen tried and failed to convince a former presidential candidate of a conspiracy theory that Hillary Clinton is secretly a manHoward Dean, former Vermont governor and Democratic presidential candidate, was the latest target on Sacha Baron Cohen's satirical show "Who is America?" Cohen, posing as a conspiracy theorist, tried to get Dean to comment on rumors that Hillary Clinton is a man.

Read more: http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/businessinsider/~3/kXZackncZS0/who-is-america-howard-dean-refuses-to-say-hillary-clinton-is-a-man-2018-8

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