How a Garbage Talking Crypto Brother Caused a $40 Billion Crash

Do Kwon, a South Korean entrepreneur, described the cryptocurrency he created in 2018 as “my greatest invention.” In countless tweets and interviews, he trumpeted the world-changing potential of the currency, Luna, and brought together a group of investors and supporters that he proudly called “Mad”. Mr. Kwon’s company, Terraform Labs, has raised more than $200 …

A Sister and Brother Choose a Repertoire by Feeling and Listening

there is Sheku and Isata Kanneh-Mason The rarest things: young superstars who can really enjoy their excitement? It certainly looks that way. The couple are two of seven British brothers and sisters, all musicians, who rose to fame when cellist Sheku won the BBC Young Musician Award in 2016. Exposure of Shekuparticularly extravagant since her …

Breakthrough Rock Duo’s Big Brother Don Everly dies at 84

Both brothers played acoustic guitar, but it was their intimate vocal mix that gave their recording a distinctive and enduring quality. The lower of the two voices, Don typically sang lead, while Phil sang a slightly higher but rarely close harmony piece. “When we sang, it was almost like we could read each other’s minds,” …

CNN’s Cuomo Conundrum: A Star Anchor with a Brother in Trouble

Earlier this year, CNN executives presented an idea to their star host Chris Cuomo. If he wanted to formally advise his brother, New York Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, on responding to the sexual harassment accusations that have shaken his administration, he could take temporary leave from CNN and then return to the networks. The idea …

‘Riding the Eagle’ Review: A Non-Toxic Brother Confronts Middle Age Lessons

It is doubtful that anyone who has enjoyed the work of writer and actor Jake Johnson would pre-name an instance in which he played a man working in an office. It’s nothing to do with his non-toxic, furry sibling personality. In “Ride the Eagle,” which Johnson co-wrote with director Trent O’Donnell, he plays a character …

‘Welcome to Mesh Brother’: Guerrilla Wi-Fi Coming to New York

Before the final vision, the city’s last major broadband intervention was negotiated in 2006 under Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg. New York entered a franchise. Deal with Verizon This gave the company the privilege of burying the fiber optic cable under city streets in exchange for installing high-speed Fios in each neighborhood. But Verizon’s couldn’t do …