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    Yahoo Life

    Gabrielle Union, 48, poses in nude strapless bra: 'Come through with the flesh tone!'

    On Thursday, the 48-year-old actress shared several pictures of herself wearing a neutral brown seamless strapless bra by Lively in front of a blue floral wallpaper.

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    In The Know

    Woman calls out 'toxic' mother-in-law's 'crazy' behavior: 'Crossing boundaries on purpose'

    When you find out you're expecting, it's up to you when to share that news with the rest of the world. Or at least, it should be.

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    People

    Rudy Giuliani’s Daughter Caroline Speaks Out About Her Sexuality and Her Path to Polyamory

    Caroline Rose Giuliani opens up about finding strength in being a "unicorn" or the third partner in sexual relationships with couples in an essay for Vanity Fair

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    Benzinga

    Elon Musk Says There's A Reason Why Only 2 US Carmakers Have Avoided Bankruptcy Out Of Thousands

    Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) CEO Elon Musk said Thursday that his electric vehicle firm and Ford Motor Company (NYSE: F) were the only American carmakers not to have gone bankrupt out of the thousands of startups operating in the industry. What Happened: Musk reasoned on Twitter that while “prototypes are easy, production is hard [and] being cash flow positive is excruciating.” The entrepreneur also reacted to Twitter users who posted on the rivalry between the two companies' trucks. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) March 4, 2021 Why It Matters: In November 2018, Musk had said in an interview that the “history of car companies in America is terrible.” He had said at the time, “the only ones that haven’t gone bankrupt are Tesla and Ford. That’s it. Everyone else has gone bankrupt.” See also: How to Invest in Tesla Stock Musk credited excruciating effort by him and hundred-hour weeks by Tesla employees for the survival of Tesla. Musk had said that while General Motors Company (NYSE: GM) and Chrysler — now a marque under Stellantis NV (NYSE: STLA) — had already gone bankrupt, Ford and Tesla barely made it through a recession. Musk had not seemed upbeat at Ford’s prospects in 2018 and said, “there’s a good chance Ford doesn’t make it in the next recession.” See Also: Tesla Cybertruck Loses Out To Ford F-150 In Cox Survey Of US Pickup Buyers In November, Musk revealed that Tesla was only a month away from bankruptcy ahead of the Model 3 rollout. He said that it was “extremely difficult” to raise money for an electric car startup when peers like GM and Chrysler were going bankrupt. “I put in my last money, even though I thought we would still fail. But, it was either that or certain death for Tesla.” On Wednesday, it was reported that Tesla is bleeding Battery EV market share to Ford Mustang Mach-E, as per Morgan Stanley. Price Action: Tesla shares fell 3.43% in the after-hours session on Thursday to $600.10 after closing the regular session 4.86% lower at $621.44. On the same day, Ford shares closed nearly 2% lower at $11.93 and fell almost 2.2% in the after-hours session. Click here to check out Benzinga’s EV Hub for the latest electric vehicles news. Photo courtesy: Forbes via Wikimedia See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaTesla Should Sell Its Bitcoin and Buy Back Shares To Create 'Positive Momentum,' Says AnalystTesla Saw 78% Surge In German Registrations In 2020 — The Highest Of Any Automaker By Far© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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    MarketWatch

    ‘I want to hurt him the same way he hurt me’: My husband sprung a prenup on me 3 days before our wedding. I recently found it

    ‘For two years, I asked for a copy and he couldn’t find it: when I finally had enough, I found it in his office and made myself a copy.’

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    NextShark

    High School Teacher's Nose and Teeth Damaged After Being Attacked With a 'Rock' in Seattle Chinatown

    A Japanese American woman ended up with a fractured nose and chipped teeth after she was struck with a hard object in Seattle’s Chinatown-International District last week. The incident, which was caught on surveillance video, occurred while Noriko Nasu and her boyfriend, Michael Poffenbarger, were walking near 7th and King Streets around 9:30 p.m. on Feb. 25. Police records say a male suspect struck Nasu in the face with what felt like a rock in a sock.

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