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Right-Wing Radio Host Calls Female CNBC Anchor A 'Whore' And A 'Tramp' For Doing Her Job (VIDEO)

Right-Wing Radio Host Calls Female CNBC Anchor A ‘Whore’ And A ‘Tramp’ For Doing Her Job (VIDEO)

If you thought Rand Paul was out of line when he shushed CNBC host Kelly Evens for challenging his stance on vaccines and taxes, you’ll be twice as outraged by what Paul’s best friend said about her on the air.

During his show on Tuesday, conservative radio host Alex Jones went off the railsin defense of the Kentucky senator, using the nastiest, most misogynistic language he could muster to…

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CNBC’s “Million Dollar Homes” series is back! This time, we focus on our reporters’ alma maters. 

Each $1 million home is in the town where the reporter went to college. Our reporters are Brian Sullivan, Dominic Chu, Mary Thompson, Diana Olick, Morgan Brennan and Jane Wells. Real estate agent Dolly Lenz will be on to analyze, but the winners will be chosen by our viewers. The champion will be crowned during Closing Bell today.

Scroll through the gallery to see where you’d pay $1 million to live. Can you guess where these places are?

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Welcome to the mall of 2039: It’s nothing like today.

Full-body scanners? Digital shopping carts?  Mobile checkout? It’s all included in the retail package of the future.

Innovation is pushing retail into a digital age, with stores adopting new technologies in order to streamline customer experiences. Knowing personal information about shoppers makes it easier to market to each person’s specific needs. Data analytics will play an increasingly significant role in shaping retail strategy.

Even grocery stores will go digital, experts predict, giving customers the ability to walk into a store and purchase products tailored for their personal needs. For example, one intel futurist said, a grocery store would know if someone walked into the store with a nut allergy, and would adjust that person’s food options to exclude nuts.

What do you think of the mall of the future? Would you give up more information in exchange for a better retail experience? 

- Illustrations courtesy of George Kavallines-

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Left Shark from Katy Perry’s Super Bowl XLIX performance quickly became an Internet sensation following his moment in the spotlight.

In the days following the Super Bowl, the dancing shark inspired cookie cutters, t-shirts, onesies and other merchandise on craft and e-commerce websites.

This includes the Left Shark figurines being sold on Shapeways by Fernando Sosa. On Wednesday, the site was served with a cease-and-desist order from Perry’s lawyers and immediately deleted the Left Shark design from its catalog.

More on Katy Perry’s lawyers and Left Shark, here.