The best watches for women that cost less than $200

Wristwatches are a fun fashion accessory, and the choices are nearly endless. Keeping in mind style, durability, and size, we did the research and rounded up the best under-$200 options on the internet. The Fossil Jacqueline Watch is our top pick because the look of it makes it a great everyday accessory that will add a touch of sophistication to your wardrobe for a budget-friendly friendly price. If you’re looking for affordable men’s styles, check out our guide to the best men’s watches under $100. Smartwatches and high-tech fitness trackers are gaining in popularity, but there’s something to be said about the humble analog watch. Truth be told, there are… Read More

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How to share your location on WhatsApp using an iPhone or Android device

You can share your location on WhatsApp with others, and have it update as you change locations. If you want to let others know where you are, you have to share your location in a conversation on WhatsApp. Here’s how to share your location on WhatsApp using your iPhone or Android device. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more. WhatsApp is a great tool for communicating with friends and family, whether members of the group are spread out throughout the world or all in one place. While WhatsApp is useful for sending messages or calling people, you can also use it to share your location, which is especially helpful when traveling.… Read More

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Robbie Amell and Italia Ricci Become United States Citizens: ‘Today Was Awesome’

Robbie Amell and Italia Ricci are officially U.S. citizens! Canada-born Amell and Ricci, who wed in 2016, declared their allegiance to the United States on Wednesday, when they became citizens alongside more than 3,800 fellow immigrants. “3866 people from 116 different countries became American citizens today,” the Flash actor, 31, captioned a photo of a stage with a large United States flag backdrop shared on his Instagram Story. “@italiaricci and I were two of them. Today was awesome,” he wrote. RELATED: Nicki Minaj Came to the U.S. at 5 Years Old, Plus More Celebs Who Shared Their Emotional Immigration Stories Amell and Designated Survivor actress Ricci, 33, started dating in… Read More

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Tyler Gwozdz Dies; Bachelorette Contestant Was 29

Sad news out of Bachelor Nation today. Tyler Gwozdz, who competed for Hannah Brown’s heart during her time as Bachelorette, has passed away at the age of 29. Earlier today we reported that Gwozdz had suffered an overdose in Boca Raton, Florida. He was hopsitalized for several days, and at one point, his condition listed as critical but stable. But it seems that at some point, Gwozdz took a turn for the worse. Moments ago, TMZ confirmed that that Tyler has passed away. The date of his passing is unknown but the site has confirmed that Gwozdz’s body is with the Palm Beach County Medical Examiner’s Office. The exact cause… Read More

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Leaked pitch deck shows how WarnerMedia plans to become the dominant media company by spending on HBO Max and ad tech division Xandr

WarnerMedia executives presented a deck to advertisers that shows how parent company AT&T plans to try to become the biggest media company. The company said it planned a big increase in marketing and programming to promote its forthcoming streaming service HBO Max. AT&T plans to use the combination of its entertainment brands and ad platform Xandr to become the biggest name in media while selling more services to AT&T subscribers, the deck shows. Click here for more BI Prime stories. AT&T has made no secret of its desire to lead the increasingly fractured media landscape through its newly acquired WarnerMedia entertainment properties and ad tech division Xandr. Business Insider obtained… Read More

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The Chiefs got their controversial name from a Kansas City mayor who went by ‘Chief’ and insisted on the team being named after himself

A recent Twitter thread and article from Native journalist Vincent Schilling shed light on the problematic origin story of the Kansas City Chiefs’ name. Schilling wrote that the Chiefs’ moniker came from former Kansas City mayor Harold Roe Bartle, a white man who founded a “fake Indian Boy Scout tribe” and adopted the nickname “Chief” as his own. As mayor, Bartle lured the former Dallas Texans to Kansas City and lobbied for the team to be named in his honor. Schilling argues that the team’s traditions were never intended to uplift or honor Native American populations and tribes. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. The Kansas City Chiefs are… Read More

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UPS is betting big on drone delivery and autonomous trucks — but C-suiters say it won’t stop expanding and investing in its iconic workforce of UPS delivery drivers

The iconic UPS delivery driver is key to the package giant’s success, said C-suiters from the package giant. But UPS is investing heavily into drones and self-driving technology, too. Company leaders explained to Business Insider that the uptick in technology is necessary to move e-commerce’s ever-increasing package volumes. Still, UPS will continue to invest in and expand its human workforce. Click here to read more BI Prime stories. DAVOS, Switzerland — There aren’t many things that unite baby boomers and millennials. Except for, according to a new survey, their adoration of UPS. Both young and old selected the 113-year-old company as one of their most-trusted brands, in a Morning Consult… Read More

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Swimmer Ryan Murphy on Tokyo Prep: You Never ‘Hit the Snooze Button’ in an Olympic Year

The road to the Olympics is one that requires a huge amount of dedication from athletes hoping to compete: early mornings, grueling training and intense competition for a shot that only comes around every four years. For backstroke swimmer Ryan Murphy, the early morning call time for training is no problem — especially with the Tokyo, Japan, Games now just months away. “I just love the motivation levels that I can hit in this year, I feel like that’s something that’s really fun,” Murphy tells PEOPLE in an interview. “You’re never having to hit the snooze button to wake up, in an Olympic year. Everything is very exciting; the training… Read More

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