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Elon Musk suing OpenAI, Sam Altman for breaching not for profit mission

Elon Musk is suing ChatGPT-maker OpenAI and its chief executive Sam Altman, among others, saying they had abandoned the company’s original founding mission to develop open-source artificial general intelligence technology for the benefit of humanity over profits. The lawsuit, which was filed Thursday in San Francisco, says that Altman and OpenAI’s co-founder Greg Brockman originally approached Musk to make an open-source, non-profit company and that the…

McDonald’s evolution from drive-in to global fast-food icon

McDonald’s Corporation stands as a global leader in the fast-food industry. Renowned for its diverse menu, the chain offers hamburgers, cheeseburgers, chicken, french fries, soft drinks, milkshakes, a variety of desserts, a vegan menu and more. In the world of fast-food, few names resonate as loudly as McDonald’s.  Let’s explore the captivating narrative of how two brothers transformed a humble drive-in into an international icon. WHAT…

Small businesses taking extreme measures to stop shoplifters because of soft-on-crime laws: Security expert

Some small business owners in blue cities across the U.S. have resorted to unusual and extreme measures to combat rampant shoplifting in their stores. A small business owner in San Francisco says he requires customers to shop with an employee escort to thwart potential thieves. “It’s pretty bad,” Sam Black, manager of Fredericksen Hardware & Paint in San Francisco, told KRON4. “I mean, the dollar…

Grow your T-shirt making business with these 7 steps

Starting a T-shirt-making business can be an exciting venture, but it requires careful planning and execution to ensure success in a competitive market. Whether you’re a creative entrepreneur or someone passionate about graphic design, these tips will guide you through the crucial steps of establishing and growing your own T-shirt business. 8 WAYS TO THINK LIKE AN ENTREPRENEUR Before diving into the T-shirt-making business, conduct…

Army vet says prepper food company booming as more Americans plan for disaster in 2024

While doomsday “prepping” may once have been considered extreme, concerns about the food supply and looming disasters have left millions of Americans stockpiling for emergency situations. “[M]ost people are concerned, not just about the larger conflicts, but I think that they are concerned about the price of current goods and they see the availability of things, shrinkflation if you will,” Prepper All Naturals founder Jason…

Taylor Swift credited with catapulting career of NFL wife Kristin Juszczyk

Taylor Swift “single-handedly catapulted” Kristin Juszczyk’s NFL fashion career, according to the designer and football wife. Kristin, who is married to San Francisco 49ers fullback Kyle Juszczyk, designs custom handmade clothing using NFL jerseys. Swift wore one of Kristin’s designs while supporting her boyfriend Travis Kelce Jan. 13. The “Midnights” singer was introduced to Kristin’s designs by fellow WAG Brittany Mahomes. The former soccer star…

Kaiser tells Oakland workers to stay inside, avoid eating out of office due to crime: report

Kaiser Permanente, headquartered in Oakland, California, is reportedly warning its employees to eat inside as crime continues to hurt business across the city.  The warning, based on a memo shared first by FOX KTVU, reportedly told Kaiser employees to stay in their buildings for lunch after a string of robberies affected employees who ate at local businesses. “Those recommendations remain in place for now,” Kaiser…

In-N-Out closing in Oakland due to crime issues part of ‘degradation of Bay Area,’ local candidates say

Local leaders and civil rights activists are blaming Oakland’s crime policies for popular West Coast fast-food chain In-N-Out pulling out of the Bay Area city. In-N-Out announced last week it would be closing its Oakland location in March, due to rampant violent crime and theft. It is the first time in the chain’s 75-year history that it’s been forced to close one of its restaurants….

MacKenzie Scott sold $10.4 billion in Amazon shares in 2023

MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, offloaded about one-quarter of her stake in the company last year, which was worth more than $10 billion, according to a report by Bloomberg. Scott, 53, a philanthropist who helped Bezos build the company, sold 65.3 million shares in the e-commerce giant in 2023, according to a regulatory filing cited by Bloomberg. The share sale forms about…

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