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Martin Scorsese’s Ten Year Journey to Get ‘The Irishman’ Financed | Close Up

(upbeat instrumental music) – What has changed most significantly for good and bad? – What has changed? For good or bad? Where would you begin? – Everything. – How could you begin? I mean, basically, well, you could take The Irishman, for nine years we couldn’t financing for something that, De Niro and I hadn’t […]

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🔴 Facebook’s New Business Model – Libra (w/Jalak Jobanputra)

So talking about tokenization taking hold What are your thoughts on? Facebook’s new Crypto point I don’t even know if it’s fair to call it a crypto coin because it isn’t completely decentralized in many ways There’s still a lot of details to be determined here on What? What is decentralized what’s centralized what we […]

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Have Viral Social Media Challenges Gone Too Far? | Fast Company

– If I figure out that somebody licked my ice cream. You’re dead to me. (laughs) You’re dead to me. (upbeat music) – Social media viral challenges hit our screens around 2013. With the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Planking. And the Harlem Shake. While those challenges seem to bring people together. And were mostly harmless […]

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Babul

Pray. Take, eat. – You eat. You eat. – No, you eat. What are you doing, dear? – Keep quiet! What are you doing, dear? The laddoo (sweet) will crumble. Eat it, dear. Take it from her hand. She is so stubborn, she won’t relent until you have eaten it. Sukhiya, bring them both. – […]

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Why more media companies want in on the expensive ‘streaming revolution’

JUDY WOODRUFF: The battle between media giants over the future of video streaming services ratcheted up today. As John Yang tells us, the Walt Disney Company jumped in, as companies are spending tens of billions to try to lock in your entertainment dollars. It’s part of our ongoing series on arts and culture, Canvas. JOHN […]

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