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07/18/2018 sghosh@businessinsider.com (Shona Ghosh)
Logan Paul/YouTube Two well-known YouTubers, Logan Paul and KSI, are planning a boxing fight at Manchester Arena in August. Paul walked out of a press conference on Wednesday intended to drum up publicity for the event because KSI hurled insults at his girlfriend and family.  "Apparently you only have 85% of your testicle," said KSI at one point. YouTuber boxing matches have become a hot new trend, and a good way for vloggers to rack up lots of views, publicity, and money.   YouTuber Logan Paul stormed out of a press conference with fellow-vlogger KSI, as the pair try to drum up interest in their livestreamed boxing match at Manchester Arena next month.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: We interviewed Pepper - the humanoid robotSee Also:Nobody wants to buy the world's largest log cabinNew evidence suggests that most vitamins are useless, but here are the only ones you should takeIncredible photos of New York City when it was covered in farmlandSEE ALSO: Controversial YouTuber Logan Paul is tanking on views and new subscribers UP NEXT: The rise of Logan Paul, the 22-year-old millionaire who has 20 million followers — and keeps royally upsetting YouTube

07/18/2018 sghosh@businessinsider.com (Shona Ghosh)
Logan Paul/YouTube Two well-known YouTubers, Logan Paul and KSI, are planning a boxing fight at Manchester Arena in August. Paul walked out of a press conference on Wednesday intended to drum up publicity for the event because KSI hurled insults at his girlfriend and family.  "Apparently you only have 85% of your testicle," said KSI at one point. YouTuber boxing matches have become a hot new trend, and a good way for vloggers to rack up lots of views, publicity, and money.   YouTuber Logan Paul stormed out of a press conference with fellow-vlogger KSI, as the pair try to drum up interest in their livestreamed boxing match at Manchester Arena next month.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This hands-free crutch takes the strain off your hands, wrists and armsSee Also:Nobody wants to buy the world's largest log cabinNew evidence suggests that most vitamins are useless, but here are the only ones you should takeIncredible photos of New York City when it was covered in farmlandSEE ALSO: Controversial YouTuber Logan Paul is tanking on views and new subscribers UP NEXT: The rise of Logan Paul, the 22-year-old millionaire who has 20 million followers — and keeps royally upsetting YouTube

07/07/2018 ama@businessinsider.com (Alexandra Ma)
China's latest pop band is called "Rocket Girls," and is made up of 11 young females chosen from a reality TV contest. The path to stardom in the country is not easy, and requires months of intense training and dieting. Take a look at what it takes to be a star in China. China's latest pop band is "Rocket Girls," an all-female, 11-member group that dresses in kitschy outfits and performing carefully choreographed dances in front thousands of screaming fans. The band is the product of "Produce 101," an X Factor-esque reality TV contest that seeks the perfect candidates to form a new girl band. Out of the show's 101 contestants, all mostly aged between 18 and 22, only eleven were chosen to form the group.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: This glassblowing master sculpts incredibly realistic animals out of glassSee Also:I rode superfast bullet trains in China, Japan, Korea, and Russia, and one is better than the restThis map shows what a huge challenge it will be to rescue the soccer team stuck in a Thai cave systemThere are 3 ways to get the trapped Thai soccer team out of the cave they're stuck in – but none will be easySEE ALSO: The gaokao is China's notoriously tough entrance exam, that can also get you into western universities — check out its punishing questions

07/07/2018 ama@businessinsider.com (Alexandra Ma)
China's latest pop band is called "Rocket Girls," and is made up of 11 young females chosen from a reality TV contest. The path to stardom in the country is not easy, and requires months of intense training and dieting. Take a look at what it takes to be a star in China. China's latest pop band is "Rocket Girls," an all-female, 11-member group that dresses in kitschy outfits and performing carefully choreographed dances in front thousands of screaming fans. The band is the product of "Produce 101," an X Factor-esque reality TV contest that seeks the perfect candidates to form a new girl band. Out of the show's 101 contestants, all mostly aged between 18 and 22, only eleven were chosen to form the group.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: We tried a caffeine-free charcoal latte made with ground coconut shellsSee Also:There are 3 ways to get the trapped Thai soccer team out of the cave they're stuck in – but none will be easyThis map shows what a huge challenge it will be to rescue the soccer team stuck in a Thai cave systemI rode superfast bullet trains in China, Japan, Korea, and Russia, and one is better than the restSEE ALSO: The gaokao is China's notoriously tough entrance exam, that can also get you into western universities — check out its punishing questions

07/05/2018
Michael Bowles/Getty Participants shown 1,000 dots ranging in very blue to very purple were asked to classify the dot colors. When scientists reduced the blue dots, participants subconsciously changed their definition of "blue" so it would include more of the dots they were being shown. Move over Yanny and Laurel, put The Dress back in the wardrobe: there’s a new optical illusion in town – and it might just reveal something rather fundamental about humanity. The question is simple: is this dot purple or blue? That is what a team of researchers asked in a new study published in the journal Science. We all know what colors are – what could go wrong?See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's why the US Men's team sucks at soccerSee Also:A video of two penguins strolling down the beach hand-in-hand has gone viral — and the internet is ugly cryingHow to avoid cavities, according to a dentist11 genius ways you can save money on each of your household bills

07/05/2018
Michael Bowles/Getty Participants shown 1,000 dots ranging in very blue to very purple were asked to classify the dot colors. When scientists reduced the blue dots, participants subconsciously changed their definition of "blue" so it would include more of the dots they were being shown. Move over Yanny and Laurel, put The Dress back in the wardrobe: there’s a new optical illusion in town – and it might just reveal something rather fundamental about humanity. The question is simple: is this dot purple or blue? That is what a team of researchers asked in a new study published in the journal Science. We all know what colors are – what could go wrong?See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why Rolex watches are so expensiveSee Also:A video of two penguins strolling down the beach hand-in-hand has gone viral — and the internet is ugly crying11 genius ways you can save money on each of your household billsHow to avoid cavities, according to a dentist

07/05/2018
Michael Bowles/Getty Participants shown 1,000 dots ranging in very blue to very purple were asked to classify the dot colors. When scientists reduced the blue dots, participants subconsciously changed their definition of "blue" so it would include more of the dots they were being shown. Move over Yanny and Laurel, put The Dress back in the wardrobe: there’s a new optical illusion in town – and it might just reveal something rather fundamental about humanity. The question is simple: is this dot purple or blue? That is what a team of researchers asked in a new study published in the journal Science. We all know what colors are – what could go wrong?See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Here's why the US Men's team sucks at soccerSee Also:A video of two penguins strolling down the beach hand-in-hand has gone viral — and the internet is ugly crying11 genius ways you can save money on each of your household billsHow to avoid cavities, according to a dentist

07/03/2018 kfagan@businessinsider.com (Kaylee Fagan)
Sony accidentally uploaded an entire movie to YouTube instead of a trailer Tuesday, and then didn't take it down for more than six hours. The trailer for "Khali the Killer" was intended to announce that the film will be released on DVD and digital platforms, according to CBR. In an attempt to upload a trailer for its upcoming DVD and digital download release of the movie "Khali the Killer," someone at Sony apparently uploaded the entire 89-minute film to YouTube Tuesday morning. The video, which has since been removed, was uploaded to the Sony Pictures Entertainment YouTube channel, and was labeled "KHALI THE KILLER: OFFICIAL RED BAND TRAILER Now on DVD & Digital." The film remained up, in its entirety, for about 6 hours according to CBR.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Everything wrong with AndroidSee Also:The 50 best video games of all time, according to criticsThe exec behind the blockbuster 'Fallout 76' says PlayStation and Xbox gamers won't be able to play together because Sony is 'not as helpful as everyone would like it'Sony finally responds to the backlash over its exclusionary PlayStation 4 policy: 'We're hearing it'SEE ALSO: This 26-year-old Fortnite streamer says she paid off her mom's debt with her Twitch earnings

07/03/2018 kfagan@businessinsider.com (Kaylee Fagan)
Sony accidentally uploaded an entire movie to YouTube instead of a trailer Tuesday, and then didn't take it down for more than six hours. The trailer for "Khali the Killer" was intended to announce that the film will be released on DVD and digital platforms, according to CBR. In an attempt to upload a trailer for its upcoming DVD and digital download release of the movie "Khali the Killer," someone at Sony apparently uploaded the entire 89-minute film to YouTube Tuesday morning. The video, which has since been removed, was uploaded to the Sony Pictures Entertainment YouTube channel, and was labeled "KHALI THE KILLER: OFFICIAL RED BAND TRAILER Now on DVD & Digital." The film remained up, in its entirety, for about 6 hours according to CBR.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Why Apple is having so many problems right nowSee Also:The 50 best video games of all time, according to criticsThe exec behind the blockbuster 'Fallout 76' says PlayStation and Xbox gamers won't be able to play together because Sony is 'not as helpful as everyone would like it'Sony finally responds to the backlash over its exclusionary PlayStation 4 policy: 'We're hearing it'SEE ALSO: This 26-year-old Fortnite streamer says she paid off her mom's debt with her Twitch earnings

06/30/2018 feedback@businessinsider.com (Dakin Campbell)
Instagram Goldman Sachs President David Solomon, who is an electronic dance music DJ in his spare time, released his first single in early June. Available on Spotify and Apple Music under Solomon's DJ name, D-Sol, "Don't Stop" is a remix of the popular Fleetwood Mac song.  Goldman Sachs' resident DJ may just have the song of the summer. David Solomon, the bank's president and part-time electronic dance music mix master, released his first single in early June, called "Don't Stop," Business Insider has learned. Available on Spotify and Apple Music under the name D-Sol, the tune is a dance remix of the popular song first released by Fleetwood Mac in 1977.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Former Wall Street CEO reveals how most financial products designed for women completely miss the pointSee Also:A YouTuber combined an EDM mix from Goldman Sachs’ future CEO with a video by hedge fund legend Ray Dalio — and it's as weird as it soundsGoldman Sachs is quietly moving into a new business — and it's a direct challenge to all the firm's biggest rivalsGoldman Sachs has hired a rising star from Moelis who carved out a business sourcing deals from fitness companies like Flywheel and Barry's BootcampSEE ALSO: An inside look at Goldman's shocking executive shakeup — which provides major hints about how the firm will be run in the future SEE ALSO: The starting gun has fired on a new race for succession at Goldman Sachs