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We tried Cleo, the UK personal finance management chatbot that's currently growing rapidly in the US - here's our verdict

BI Intelligence This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "Fintech Briefing" subscribers. To learn more and subscribe, please click here. UK-based Cleo, an AI-powered personal finance management (PFM) chatbot with 120,000 users in its home market, entered the US in late February.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Here are the pros and cons of Arizona's fintech sandboxUK government launches its first fintech planDIGITAL HEALTH BRIEFING: Oscar Health surpasses $3 billion valuation — Apple Health app adds 27 more hospitals — Lyft expands its NEMT footprint

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The behaviors that affect weight can all be explained by economic theories — according to formerly obese economists who lost a combined 120 pounds in 18 months

Courtesy of Simon and Schuster Many people struggle with how to lose weight. In "The Economists' Diet," two formerly obese economists say it all comes down to understanding fundamental economic theories. Their tips include weighing yourself every day and minimizing variety in your diet. If you've been struggling to lose weight, Christopher Payne and Rob Barnett have a simple suggestion: a "self-imposed eating austerity program." Think of it as something akin to financial austerity, except instead of a country making spending cuts, it's you cutting calories from your diet.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: What gaining weight does to your bodySee Also:25 US communities where people are healthy, stay physically active, and feel great about lifeHere's why we give better advice to our friends than we give to ourselves2 formerly obese economists lost a combined 120 pounds in 18 months — and a 'boring diet' was one of their core tricksSEE ALSO: 2 formerly obese economists lost a combined 120 pounds in 18 months — here are the best tricks they used

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Amazon slides after Trump launches another attack at the e-commerce giant (AMZN)

Markets Insider President Donald Trump fired off another Tweet bashing Amazon.  Amazon shares are sliding as a result. Watch Amazon stock trade in real time. Shares of Amazon are sliding after the latest attack from President Donald Trump, trading down 0.67% at $1,362.  "I am right about Amazon costing the United States Post Office massive amounts of money for being their Delivery Boy," Trump tweeted Tuesday morning. "Amazon should pay these costs (plus) and not have them bourne by the American Taxpayer. Many billions of dollars. P.O. leaders don’t have a clue (or do they?)!"See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A neuroscientist explains why reality may just be a hallucinationSee Also:The 50 best-selling music artists of all timeHow to dress your best in any work environment, from a casual office to the boardroomThere are only two weeks left until tax day — here's what to expect if you haven't filed your tax return with the IRS yet

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If Donald Trump runs against Amazon, he will lose

Drew Angerer/Getty Images Amazon is going to be a brutal opponent for President Donald Trump if he decides to escalate his battle with the company. Amazon is largely popular with the American public — even with Trump supporters. Trump's past corporate opponents, like the NFL, were weak where Amazon is strong. In November 2016, Donald Trump got 63 million votes for president. So let's do a little comparative measuring. Amazon doesn't release statistics on Prime membership, but the investment research firm Consumer Intelligence Research Partners uses a consumer survey to estimate that 90 million American adults have access to an Amazon Prime membership.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A neuroscientist explains why reality may just be a hallucinationSee Also:There are only two weeks left until tax day — here's what to expect if you haven't filed your tax return with the IRS yetIt makes perfect sense that Trump would take on Amazon — but Amazon is going to be a brutal foeThe egg-spoon fight explains how America is driving itself insaneSEE ALSO: It makes perfect sense that Trump would take on Amazon — but Amazon is going to be a brutal foe

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Meet Meghan Markle’s BFF and potential maid of honor, who is just as glamorous as her soon-to-be royal friend

Jessica Mulroney/Instagram Everyone is wondering who Meghan Markle's maid of honor will be. There's a good chance she'll choose Jessica Mulroney. Mulroney is a close friend and has previously worked with Markle before. She leads a pretty fabulous life as a successful fashion consultant. She also has three children with her husband, TV presenter Ben Mulroney. As Meghan Markle's wedding to Prince Harry draws closer, speculation over the ceremony keeps growing stronger. While plenty of people are wondering what Markle's dress will look like and what kind of tiara she'll wear, others are wondering who Markle's maid of honor will be. Though she seems to get along just fine with her future sister-in-law Kate Middleton, the Daily Mail suggests it might be Markle's best friend Jessica Mulroney taking on the job. The prominent Canadian stylist is much more than just the bride-to-be's best friend — in addition to being wildly successful in her own right, Mulroney has an adorable family to boot.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Meet Meghan Markle, the American actress who's about to become British royaltySee Also:Kate Middleton just made a surprise appearance at Easter service — but Meghan Markle was nowhere to be foundMeghan Markle will have to follow this strict royal tradition on her own wedding dayA $42 million 'ring of steel' will surround the wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle at Windsor Castle

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The chemistry between Channing Tatum and Jenna Dewan during their 'Step Up' audition will both warm and break your heart

Touchstone/Summit Entertainment Jenna Dewan and Channing Tatum met while filming 2006's "Step Up."  Dewan, 37, shared their audition tape on her YouTube page in January 2018. The video shows her dance skills before showing her and Tatum joking around.  The video proves their chemistry as they dance and laugh.  "It's very sentimental and amazing for me to watch," she said.  Dewan and Tatum started dating after the movie wrapped and married in 2009. They announced they were splitting up after eight years of marriage in joint Instagram statements Monday night.  Watch their audition below. Youtube Embed: //www.youtube.com/embed/NnlqyeJWy80 Width: 800px Height: 450px Sign up here to get INSIDER's favorite stories straight to your inbox.NOW WATCH: How Jay-Z and Diddy used their fame to make millions off of 'cheap grapes'See Also:12 stars who helped set up these celebrity couplesThe internet is dragging a man who left his fiancée for their wedding planner — but experts say the reason why is common20 times celebrities looked amazing wearing the same outfits

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There's a pet-sitting service that lets you vacation around the world for free — here's how it works

The Insider Picks team writes about stuff we think you'll like. Business Insider has affiliate partnerships, so we get a share of the revenue from your purchase. TrustedHousesitters If you're a pet person, you can stay for free the next time you travel. A service called TrustedHousesitters matches people who need someone to house- and pet-sit with travelers who need a place to stay. Other than an annual membership fee ($119), the service is free for both parties. Traveling is one of life's great joys, and so is having a pet. I recently learned about an awesome service that combines some of the best parts of both.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The best canteens you can buyWhy T-Mobile's unlimited-data plan is the best overall value among US wireless carriers right nowI'm a frequent flyer and these are my 3 favorite pairs of wireless travel headphonesSEE ALSO: This is the site you need to look at for super cheap flights before you book your next trip

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A top crypto exec at JPMorgan is leaving to start her own venture

Amber Baldet, the face of JPMorgan's efforts in blockchain technology, is leaving the bank to start her own venture.  Baldet will be replaced by Christine Moy, according to an internal bank memo sent out Monday.  Amber Baldet, a blockchain program lead at JPMorgan Chase & Co , is leaving the bank to launch her own venture, JPMorgan said on Monday. Baldet, one of the best-known executives focused on blockchain at a major lender, led JPMorgan's Blockchain Center of Excellence and helped the bank set its strategy for the nascent technology.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Report of leaked Musk email shows Tesla falling short of first-quarter Model 3 production targetDeutsche Bank is reportedly lining up an ex-UBS exec as its next CEOThe EPA is about to reject Obama-era fuel-efficiency regulations for cars

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Democrats are pushing for a hearing into two top Trump officials' burgeoning scandals

Joshua Roberts/Reuters Two Democratic lawmakers want House Oversight Chairman Trey Gowdy to hold hearings on the Trump administration's travel practices. The Democrats want the hearings in light of reports on Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin's and Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt's travel habits. A pair of top Democrats are pushing House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy to hold hearings on two Trump administration officials' "extravagant" travel habits. In a letter to Gowdy sent by House Oversight Committee ranking member Elijah Cummings, a Maryland Democrat, and Democratic Rep. Raja Krishnamoorthi of Illinois, the lawmakers pushed Gowdy to hold hearings on whether President Donald Trump's administration is trying to protect tax dollars when it comes to air travel.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How a series of deadly Russian apartment bombings in 1999 led to Putin's rise to powerSee Also:Internet gambling opponents are zeroing in on the industry's ads to try and shut it downTrump is raging that 'DACA is dead' while ignoring his rejection of bipartisan deals that would have saved itThese are the power players at Trump's billion-dollar businessSEE ALSO: Stormy Daniels and Robert Mueller are putting Trump's businesses under more fire than ever before

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This device will be the next smartphone

BII The smartphone is an essential part of our everyday lives. But as with all technology, things change. So the question becomes: What will be the next smartphone?See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Apple Music builds special section for music videoGoogle buys Tenor to power GIFsTurner Sports to launch OTT sports service

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Meet Leonardo DiCaprio's 20-year-old model girlfriend who is taking on the acting world

Neilson Barnard/Getty Images Leonardo DiCaprio and Camila Morrone have been dating since December 2017. Morrone, 20, is a model and rising actor and she lives a glamorous life. Her dad is a former model, her mom is an actor, and her stepfather is Al Pacino. She has plenty of model friends. She used to run a lifestyle blog, on which she gave one of DiCaprio's films a bad review in 2015. It's no secret that Leonardo DiCaprio has a type. As Christina Cauterucci wrote for Slate in 2016, the actor and environmental activist "only dates women who are of  20 to 25 years of age." And by women, we, of course, mean models. In the past, DiCaprio has been linked to women such as Gisele Bündchen, Nina Agdal, and Erin Heatherton, among others. Most recently, DiCaprio, 43, has been romantically linked to Camila Morrone, a 20-year-old model and actor. The Cut first reported that the two were dating in December 2017 after they met at an event in South Beach, Florida. Since then, the reported couple has spent plenty of time together, including a ski trip to Colorado that lasted through the holidays, according to W Magazine.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A fitness studio in NYC solely focuses on your recoverySee Also:People can't stop laughing at this photo — can you spot the mistake?Kim Kardashian West posted a new photo on Instagram — but people say there's a massive Photoshop failKim Kardashian fired back at people who accused her of a Photoshop fail — and she has evidence to back it up

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Tesla spikes after it promises it won't need to raise more cash — even as Model 3 production rate falls short of targets (TSLA)

REUTERS/Stephen Lam Tesla on Tuesday reported a year-over-year uptick in vehicle production but still fell short of its weekly goals. The company also pledged that it won't need to raise capital for the rest of the year. Shares of Tesla spiked as much as 6% in early trading after the report.  You can watch Tesla trade in real-time here. Shares of Tesla spiked as much as 6.5% Tuesday after the company reported a 40% increase in Model 3 production numbers for the first quarter of 2018 compared to the previous year. The company also said it won't need to raise more funds this year by selling stock or issuing debt, addressing concerns about its cash balance head on.  For the first four months of 2018, Tesla made a 34,494 vehicles in total, it said Tuesday, 9,766 of which were Model 3 sedans.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: How Jay-Z and Diddy used their fame to make millions off of 'cheap grapes'See Also:JPMORGAN: Tesla is facing a 'self-feeding downward spiral' — here's how to protect against a stock crashThere are only two weeks left until tax day — here's what to expect if you haven't filed your tax return with the IRS yetTesla's tumbling stock has made short sellers $1.9 billion in less than a monthSEE ALSO: Tesla falls after Elon Musk jokes about the company going bankrupt

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Major auto industry CEO explains the dangers of a trade war

Jaguar Land Rover Jaguar Land Rover is one of the fastest growing carmakers in the world. Leading the iconic British automaker is its CEO, Ralf Speth. Speth is excited about the Jaguar's new I-PACE electric crossover SUV and concerned about the prospects of a trade war. These days, Jaguar Land Rover is a truly global car company. The venerable British automaker, now a part of India's TATA Group, builds cars on three continents while doing business in 166 countries. Leading the charge for Jaguar Land Rover is the company's CEO, Ralf Speth. The affable German ascended to the top job in 2010 after several decades in the car business with BMW and Ford's now-defunct Premier division.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Trade war fears are escalating — here's who has the most to loseSee Also:Royal Caribbean's CEO reveals how the world's biggest cruise line got travelers to spend more money — and doubled its earningsHere are the 24 cars you need to see at the 2018 New York Auto ShowThe most beautiful SUV in the world just got an extra dose of V8 muscleSEE ALSO: Here are the 24 cars you need to see at the 2018 New York Auto Show FOLLOW US: on Facebook for more car and transportation content!

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The founder of Ethereum just called the man who claims to have invented bitcoin a 'fraud'

Getty/John Phillips Craig Wright claimed to be the creator of bitcoin in 2016. But Vitalik Buterin, the confirmed creator of Ethereum, said he was a "fraud" at a conference on Tuesday. Satoshi Nakamoto is still a mystery. Nobody knows the real identity of the pseudonymous billionaire creator of bitcoin. However, Ethereum cofounder Vitalik Buterin is pretty sure it's not Craig Wright, the Australian who claimed to be Satoshi in a 2016 announcement.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: A father and son are growing fruit and vegetables 8 metres below the surface of the Mediterranean Sea — here's whySee Also:The SEC is charging two cash-and-car-loving crypto founders with fraud after their $32 million initial coin offeringThere are only two weeks left until tax day — here's what to expect if you haven't filed your tax return with the IRS yetAll the futuristic technologies from 'Ready Player One,' and how close they are to becoming reality

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13 of the most famous last words in history

AP Images • There's something comforting about poetic, funny, or interesting last words. • These quotations give us hope about facing death with dignity. • From an early American patriot to a famous rock star, these individuals all died after uttering some particularly memorable last words. We love famous last words. There's a reason there are so many books listing memorable deathbed sayings throughout history out there. Perhaps we'd just rather believe well-known figures tend to die saying something clever and profound. It makes death itself a little less scary. But, for that reason, final words can be quite tricky. As with any quotes on the internet — and historical quotes, in general — it's hard to sort out what's true and what's phony or exaggerated. Here are several poignant, strange, or otherwise memorable last words from throughout history:Anaele Pelisson/Business Insider Historians believe the 21-year-old school teacher-turned-spy was paraphrasing a line from the popular 18th century play "Cato" as he stood on the scaffold, according to the book "Cato's Tears and the Making of Anglo-American Emotion." The British hanged Hale after he was captured during a failed 1776 espionage mission in Long Island. Anaele Pelisson/Business Insider The Roman statesman met his fate in 43 BCE, after Mark Anthony put a hit out on him during the power struggle following Julius Caesar's death. Cicero attempted to flee, but accepted his death when confronted by his assassins. He even stuck his head out of his litter in order to make it easier for the killers to strike, according to "Forgotten Justice." Anaele Pelisson/Business Insider According to the 2016 biography "Marie-Antoinette," the deposed French queen apologized to her executioner on the scaffold in 1793. She had accidentally stepped on his foot on her way to the guillotine. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:Real women share their best advice on life and work, including how to choose a job, wasting less time, and getting clear on what really mattersI'm taking a trip around the world with only a carry-on suitcase — here's everything I packedStates where pay is rising the fastest, rankedSEE ALSO: 18 people who accomplished incredible things at a shockingly young age

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WHERE ARE THEY NOW: All the chefs from Netflix's 'Chef's Table'

Netflix Netflix's original documentary show, "Chef's Table," features a different successful chef each episode. So far there have been three seasons of the show, and while each chef was accomplished before appearing on the show, it undoubtedly made them more well-known. Here's where the chefs are now. Netflix takes you along with some of the world's best chefs in its documentary show, "Chef's Table," giving audiences an inside look into how some of the best think about food, talk about food, and, of course, cook food. Each episode tells the story of one chef, letting you get a sense of who they are and how they work. Each chef was accomplished in their own right before being featured on the show, but in some cases they may not have been all that well-known outside of the food world prior to that. The show often increases these chef's reach, making them known to more people than ever before. Massimo Bottura, for instance, featured on the show's very first episode, told Food & Wine that he thought 25 million people watched his episode of the show. Most of these chefs haven't slowed down since their appearances on the show. Here's what they've been up to since then. 1. Massimo Bottura Massimo Bottura/Instagram Bottura feels strongly about fighting both food waste and world hunger. And although he was already working on this around the time his episode came out — he developed Refettorio Ambrosiano — a soup kitchen in Milan— for the 2015 Milan World Expo, as The Guardian reported — his project has grown quite a bit. During the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Bottura opened a Refettorio to serve that city's homeless population, and worked with chefs, community partners, and many others to serve meals made from food that was unfit to be sold at grocery stores. Bottura and his wife, Lara Gilmore, founded Food for Soul, a non-profit organization of which Gilmore is president, in 2016. The organization has opened four Refeitorios total, including one in London in 2017 and one in Paris in March of 2018, and has plans for more. As Reuters reported, Bottura also opened a 50-seat restaurant in Florence, Gucci Osteria. In 2016, Osteria Francescana came in at number one on The World's 50 Best Restaurants list, as Forbes reported. Bottura has also cooked special dinners around the world and wrote a book (with help from the chefs who cooked at Refettorio Ambrosiano in 2015) called "Bread is Gold," the proceeds of which go to Food for Soul, helping to fund its Refettorios and Social Table projects around the world. 2. Dan Barber Blue Hill Farm/Instagram Dan Barber, was also featured on the first season of "Chef's Table." Like Bottura, Barber is passionate about fighting food waste — his pop-up concept WastED, which makes food out of food waste, appeared in New York and London in 2015 and 2017, respectively  but he's also been interested in plant breeding (specifically breeding for flavor), seed diversity, and more. Civil Eats reported that, in February of 2018, Barber and his partners, Michael Mazourek and Matthew Goldfarb, founded Row 7 Seed Co. The company sells seven different types of organic seeds, from beets to potatoes, and more. 3. Francis Mallmann Francis Mallmann/Instagram If you watched Francis Mallmann’s episode of "Chef's Table," chances are, you had thoughts about it. Mallmann lives in South America, spends quite a bit of time in more remote, secluded locations, and cooks with fire. Esquire reported that Mallmann and Vanina Chimeno, the mother of his young daughter shown in the episode, got married in 2016. In 2017, as The New York Times reported, Mallmann opened a restaurant in Aix-en-Provence, France at Château La Coste, as well as a restaurant called Fuegos de Apalta at the Montes Winery Estate in Chile, Vine Pair reported. Also, Mallmann writes a weekly article for a newspaper, but they're not all about food, and he hopes to direct films. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:47 things you may have missed on Netflix's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' season 2The real stories behind 11 Oscar-nominated true crime moviesWhere are they now? The characters of Netflix's 'sex cult' docuseries, 'Wild Wild Country'

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These are the 19 most reliable used cars of 2018

Buick J.D. Power released its 2018 US Vehicle Dependability Study in February. The study measures car reliability by surveying respondents who have owned 2015 model-year vehicles for three years. Toyota won six categories, the most of any automaker, while General Motors came in second by winning five categories. The used car market can be difficult to navigate. Sometimes, it's tough to tell if a seller is unloading a car because it's time for an upgrade, or because it's underwhelming. J.D. Power helps shed some light on that question with its annual vehicle dependability study, which measures how much customers like their cars over time. This year's survey, which was released in February, collected feedback from 38,896 respondents who had owned a 2015 model-year vehicle for three years and determined the most reliable cars in 19 categories. The resulting data was used to determine the number of problems experienced per 100 vehicles. The lower the score, the more reliable the car is. Toyota won six categories, the most of any automaker, while General Motors came in second by winning five categories. These are the winners in each of the 19 categories.Small car: 2015 Kia Rio Kia Small premium car: 2015 Lexus CT Lexus Compact car: 2015 Toyota Prius Toyota See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:The 10 hottest electric SUVs you'll see on the road in the next few yearsI tested a $73,000 Cadillac XTS V-Sport sedan — here's the verdictWe've reviewed more over 40 sedans in the last 2 years — here are the 4-doors that impressed us the mostSEE ALSO: The 10 hottest electric SUVs you'll see on the road in the next few years

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TSA agents reveal the 5 most annoying things travelers do at the airport

Jeff Roberson/AP Even though airport travel can be overwhelming, travelers should abide by TSA rules. INSIDER talked to two agents about the most annoying mistakes travelers make. Both TSA agents revealed that travelers often don't listen. Just because you got away with something at one airport doesn't mean you’ll get away with it at another airport. Whether last-minute or planned well in advance, airport travel can take a toll on you. From long lines to rushing to make your flight in enough time, getting through the airport is often the most stressful part of a trip. But that stress doesn't just affect travelers — it affects airport employees too, specifically TSA agents. Travelers often neglect to listen to instructions or ignore rules set by the TSA. Traveling through airport security can be as simple — or complicated — as you make it. We talked to two TSA agents about mistakes travelers should avoid to make their airport experience as smooth as possible.Not listening AP According to checkpoint/baggage security agent Crystal, who works at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, one of traveler's most annoying habits is not listening. "Passengers need to listen upon entering the busiest airport in the world," she told INSIDER. "I would hate when people would put their laptop in the same container with everything on top." Listening to and abiding by the rules that are set forth by TSA agents will make their job and your visit to the airport much easier. Waiting until the last minute to do what you've been asked. Spencer Platt/GettyImages Another pet peeve of many TSA agents is when travelers choose to do everything at the last minute. Another agent, who chose to remain anonymous, and who works at Orlando International Airport, emphasized how much trouble this causes. "Passengers do not listen while they're in line and will wait until the last minute to divest everything," the agent said. "For example, if I tell them to take everything out of their pockets — even paper — and to take their laptops out while they're waiting in line to make the process easier, but instead they wait until the very last minute and still have items in their pockets and their laptops still in their bag." Leaving items in your bag or on your body that won't pass through the scanner Chip Somodevilla/Getty Crystal also told INSIDER that people who pretend that they don't know certain items won't pass through the scanner make things difficult for other travelers and for TSA agents. "People try to pass things through the scanner like full-size bath and body products. Just take it out so the line can keep moving," she said. "Also, people who leave metal stuff on such as a belt just because ‘the last time it didn't go off.'" To avoid holding up the line, be sure to keep your liquids and gels in 3.4-ounce containers and remove anything that could possibly set the scanner off. See the rest of the story at Business InsiderSee Also:8 items of clothing that are a mistake to buy every time, according to a stylistThe 10 most rewatchable TV shows of all timeWhat 12 'American'-themed restaurants look like around the world

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Bed Bath & Beyond is buying Toys R Us gift cards after the toy company suddenly shut down its websites (BBBY)

Getty Images Bed Bath & Beyond is accepting Toys R Us gift cards as the toy company goes out of business. The offer, accessible on Bed Bath & Beyond's website, expires Thursday at midnight. Bed Bath & Beyond will reimburse shoppers in the form of a gift card.  Shoppers won't get the full value of the Toys R Us cards, however. Bed Bath & Beyond is buying Toys R Us and Babies R Us gift cards, but only for a limited time. The home goods company is offering to purchase the cards at a discount as Toys R Us winds down its US business by closing all its stores and shutting down its websites. In return, the company will pay shoppers in the form of a Bed Bath & Beyond gift card.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Inside Cook Out — the South's most underrated restaurantSee Also:We visited Victoria's Secret and saw why analysts say its most popular brand could be on 'the precipice of collapse'Stores 'bludgeon' their customers 'to death' with emails — and it's a horrible mistakeToys R Us shuts down its websites in final farewell to shoppersSEE ALSO: Toys R Us owes pregnant women a ton of money — and it's refusing to pay up

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Trump's 'increasingly erratic' attacks on a major trade deal could throw the North American economy into chaos

Reuters/Henry Romero President Donald Trump has threatened to walk away from the North American Free Trade Agreement if Mexico does not change its immigration policy. Trump also cited the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program as a necessary emphasis. Trump's tying of the trade agreement to immigration and DACA throws a wrench in already fraught negotiations. President Donald Trump added another layer to the already tricky negotiations over the North American Free Trade Agreement over the past two days by tying the talks to immigration policy, raising fears that the trade deal could be in jeopardy. "Mexico is doing very little, if not NOTHING, at stopping people from flowing into Mexico through their Southern Border, and then into the U.S.," Trump tweeted Sunday. "They laugh at our dumb immigration laws. They must stop the big drug and people flows, or I will stop their cash cow, NAFTA. NEED WALL!"See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: BILL BROWDER: How sanctions on Russia hurt Putin's closest alliesSee Also:Trump is raging that 'DACA is dead' while ignoring his rejection of bipartisan deals that would have saved itTrump's trade war with China is heating upUS factory owners are getting worried that Trump's trade war could tank their businessSEE ALSO: Trump's trade war with China is heating up DON'T MISS: Trump says Mexico has 'the absolute power' to stop 'Caravans' of migrants — here's what he's missing

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