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Amazon Prime subscribers hit 80 million (AMZN)

BI Intelligence See Also This story was delivered to BI Intelligence “E-Commerce Briefing” subscribers. To learn some-more and subscribe, greatfully click here. Amazon’s Prime membership program now depends 80 million members worldwide, up from 63 million last June, according to new estimates from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP). Prime’s expansion …

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A luminary hotspot in a Trump hotel is reportedly shutting after ‘the Kardashians stopped coming’ and business plummeted — here’s what it’s like to eat there

Koi’s “She’s So LA” roll, which is surfaced with succulent bullion leaves.Koi A grill located in the Trump Soho hotel is shutting after a reported dump in business following Donald Trump’s presidential win.  Koi, a sequence of upscale sushi restaurants, is shuttering its plcae in Trump Soho in mid-June, New York …

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Trump’s super-rich cupboard is jolt up DC’s housing market

Flickr/Tim Evanson Washington DC’s housing marketplace is jolted whenever a new president takes office and new members of the administration shop for homes.  But the impact was aggravated this time, with the wealthiest boss in US story appointing other super-rich people to help run the country. According to the real-estate company …

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A former top NSA counsel is joining the Senate’s Trump-Russia probe

Screenshot/News One The former conduct of comprehension law at the National Security Agency (NSA), Apr Doss, has been hired to work on the Senate Intelligence Committee’s review into Russia’s division in the 2016 election, her law organisation confirmed in a press release on Wednesday. Doss, who spent over a decade at the …

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Retired Army colonel: Michael Flynn is possibly ‘one of the dumbest people who ever lived’ or had some ‘nefarious purposes’

Screenshot/MSNBC Former inhabitant confidence confidant Michael Flynn is possibly “one of the dumbest people who’s ever lived or … he really had some sinful purposes” in unwell to divulge payments he viewed from Russia on his 2016 security-clearance application, retired Army Col. Lawrence Wilkerson told MSNBC on Tuesday. Wilkerson, who …

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