DENVER — Colorado regulators say more than $ 6 billion in marijuana products have been sold since 2014 in the state. The figures released Tuesday represent sales through the end of 2018. According to the Colorado Department of Revenue, more than $ 1.54 billion of marijuana for medical or adult use was sold during 2018. That is… Business | New York Post
JetSmarter, the once high-flying private aircraft-booking app backed by Jay-Z and the Saudi royal family, is being cleared for emergency landing, according to insiders. Valued at $ 1.6 billion two years ago, the so-called Uber of the skies is said to be in “rescue talks” that could result in a sale for as little as $ 20… Business | New York Post
Who doesn’t love a bottomless brunch? The only rule is to inhale as much food and drink as you can in a two hour window, and thanks to our extensive research into London’s best breakfasts we’re pretty much pros by now.
But what if we told you that you can enjoy a bottomless brunch from the comfort of your sofa? That’s right – unlimited food delivered straight to your door and no need to leave the house. Pyjamas, Netflix and food galore. Sounds like the ultimate hangover cure, right?
Well guess what? It’s no longer just a dream. It’s a reality. Just Eat have launched a bottomless brunch which includes buttermilk chicken burgers, wings in BBQ or buffalo sauce and freshly cut halloumi fries. And let’s not forget the all important sides and sauces.
And it’s very important that you make the most of the offer. You get free top-ups when you text #TOPUP – it’s as easy as that.
Why is this possible? Just Eat have partnered with London fried chicken joint Drum & Flats to celebrate their partnership with Boxpark Wembley.
You can order food for four exclusively through the app for £48 (a bargain at £12 each). They first lot will include four mains, four sides, four sauces and two ‘mocktails’ per person – perfect for anyone who doesn’t fancy a boozy brunch. If you want more food, simply text #TOPUP along with your original order number via a Drums & Flats hotline.
The offer is available now and you can order from 9am to 11am, with deliveries starting from 11.30am.
A mural by elusive British street artist Banksy depicting a child enjoying falling snow that is in fact pollution from a burning bin has been sold for over 100,000 pounds ($ 130,000) to a British art dealer.
General Motors Co reached 200,000 cumulative U.S. electric vehicles sold late last year, triggering a phase-out of a $ 7,500 federal tax credit over the next 15 months, a person briefed on the matter said on Wednesday.
Ah, the holiday season is upon us! It’s that time of year where some families will be eating elaborate meals together alongside a crackling fireplace while others will be avoiding one another entirely. All the while, presents will be exchanged, festive drinks will be imbibed, and Home Alone will inevitably be playing on repeat.
The holiday season, though, isn’t only for individuals to enjoy. It’s also a time of great excitement for friendly corporations who can’t help but convince you — yes you, the reader — that your life would be so much better if you purchased something you didn’t even know you needed just a few weeks ago. Case in point: Anthropologie — a popular woman’s boutique — recently started selling a bundle of twigs — which it calls a decorative birch bundle — for upwards of $ 50. Sure, you’ve heard of twigs before. And sure, perhaps you’ve even stepped on one or two in the past. But have you ever had the capitalistic privilege of buying a bundle of twigs online?
Three 6 Mafia’s Juicy J invested in CORE Hydration not knowing what the results would yield. It looks like his intuition may have paid off. CORE Hydration, a premium bottled company, announced that it will be acquired by Keurig Dr. Pepper in a deal valued at $ 525 million, or approximately $ 435 million net of anticipated tax benefits.Juicy J not only endorsed the product but made an investment alongside other celebs including Katy Perry, Becky G, Diplo, and Max Martin. The brand, CORE Nutrition LLC, has been on a steady incline since inception in 2015 with a portfolio that now includes CORE Hydration, a premium, nutrient-enhanced bottled water, and CORE Organic—USDA-certified organic enhanced fruit hydration—both currently distributed by KDP. The acquisition will be funded with KDP common stock, net of KDP’s current equity investment and certain other contractual adjustments. According to the release, the company expects the transaction to be neutral to KDP’s adjusted diluted earnings per share in 2019 and accretive thereafter.
Ryan Seacrest is making the jump to Amazon — at least for his skin-care line.
The television personality and entrepreneur will begin selling his direct-to-consumer brand, Polished by Dr. Lancer, on Amazon’s Luxury Beauty vertical.
Polished is a collaboration between Seacrest and celebrity dermatologist Dr. Harold Lancer, who has worked with Victoria Beckham, the Kardashians and others. It launched in 2017, but has only been available on the brand’s own e-commerce site.
“We brought Polished by Dr. Lancer to market so that men everywhere could experience a little bit of Dr. Lancer’s skin-care genius for themselves,” said Seacrest. “Our new relationship with Amazon marks an important milestone for the brand and will provide easy access to this great product.”
The product offering includes a microscrub for $ 35, a dual cleanse and shave for $ 20, a sunscreen for $ 35, an antiaging serum for $ 55, a lip-care sunscreen for $ 10 and a four-piece travel kit for $ 48.
Other brands on the Amazon Luxury Beauty site include L’Occitane, Calvin Klein, The Art of Shaving, Elizabeth Arden and dozens more.
Getting your hands on a piece of the Moon is pretty darn difficult for most of us. Some lunar missions have brought samples back from the Moon’s surface, but those are typically held by scientists and museums so they can be studied and shown off.
Recently, a rather large piece of Earth’s only natural satellite ended up on the auction block, but it wasn’t brought back by astronauts. This large, fragmented chunk of the Moon actually fell to Earth all on its own, and now it’s fetched the incredible price of $ 612,500.