Microsoft will save Microsoft Paint, making it a downloadable app
The Redmond tech giant gave the cold status of "deprecated" to MS Paint, which received some major wistful reporting yesterday . However, it appears that the app will not come pre-installed in Windows 10 Creators Update versions. "MS Paint fans rejoice".
"Amazon Prime is why so much physical retail is going away", said Michael Pachter, a Wedbush Securities Inc. analyst who has a buy rating on the stock and a price target of $1,250. Since then, Amazon has made key investments including purchasing Whole Foods and expanding its role at the forefront of e-commerce with a record-breaking Amazon Prime Day earlier this month, where sales grew 60% from the same sale past year.
Since then, Amazon's stock has climbed even higher, which should further increase the Bezos lead - at least for now. (Richest in money, not in kindness, though both CEOs are presumably very kind.) Bezos owns 17 percent of Amazon. In addition to running Amazon, Bezos also owns the Washington Post and is starting a rocket company called Blue Origins.
China reportedly preps for crisis along border with North Korea
This is a public holiday in the nuclear-armed North and celebrated as Victory Day. The rocket is a potential carrier of nuclear weapons .
Bezos becomes the seventh person to be crowned world's richest person since the magazine started tracking billionaires around the globe 30 years ago. At his peak Gates was worth $90 billion, marking the largest single fortune ever.
Bezos's rise to No. 1 followed a surge in Amazon.com shares Thursday ahead of the online retailer's earnings report due out later in the day.
Barbara Sinatra Has Died At 90
Mrs Sinatra was Frank Sinatra's wife for more than 22 years and was his final wife before he died in 1998 from a heart attack. Barbara became involved in supporting and raising funds for a number of charitable projects years after she married Sinatra.
Unlike numerous world's richest people, Bezos has not signed the Giving Pledge, a campaign launched in 2010 by Warren Buffett and Gates to encourage the world's wealthiest people to contribute the majority of their money to philanthropic efforts.