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Brief Updates: Stories unfolding... May 26, 2022 If for any reason you believe you received this email in error or if you no longer wish to receive these emails, [click here to unsubscribe](. [Brief Updates]   BREAKING NEWS BRIEF   [This duo tried to steal a $45K Basquiat painting from a Manhattan gallery]( [World-renowned artist Jean-Michel Basquiat]( Image Source: Fox News The New York City Police Department wants a man and woman for attempting to steal a $45,000 painting by renowned artist Jean-Michel Basquiat from a Manhattan gallery earlier this month. In the incident on May 14, police said the two managed to remove the picture from the wall at Taglialatella Galleries. They were on their way to walking away with it when they were stopped. It was unknown who stopped the two, according to an NYPD spokesperson. They were last seen walking northbound on 10th Avenue after fleeing the site. [Basquiat's work was initially shown in a group exhibition]( named "Times Square Show" in 1980. "Red Kings," one of his many important works, was created in 1981. It featured a crown that became a signature in his paintings.   More Breaking News [Boeing's Starliner crew capsule returns to Earth after a successful test flight]( to Murder Your Husband" writer found guilty of murder]( [Jack Dorsey steps down from Twitter board]( [US is offering vaccines to certain people exposed to monkeypox. Here's what you should know]( Recommended Link: He Bought $380 Million Worth of a $2 Crypto I just saw [a new video]( that was pretty eye-opening from our friends at Manward Press. (By clicking this link, you will automatically be opted in to receive emails from Manward Financial. You can unsubscribe at any time. [Privacy Policy]( ) [Headline]( In short, it tells the story of a man who invested in Bitcoin back in 2011. He did so well, he founded a crypto hedge fund... that's now valued at more than $1 billion. But here's what's really interesting... Recently his fund sold nearly all its Bitcoin... and invested $380 million into a $2 crypto instead. [The video below explains why this $2 crypto might be even more valuable than Bitcoin in the future.]( (By clicking this link, you will automatically be opted in to receive emails from Manward Financial. You can unsubscribe at any time. [Privacy Policy]( )   HEALTH & WELLNESS   [These 6 sneaky ingredients in your food could be leading to weight gain]( [A woman grocery shopping ]( Image Source: Shutterstock If you’re struggling to lose weight, some sneaky food ingredients could be to blame. One of those ingredients is processed seed oil. While that may not sound too bad, processed seed oil can actually harm your health when consumed regularly, as it can cause chronic inflammation. Hormones can be affected by chronic inflammation, which can lead to weight gain and the inability to lose weight. Another ingredient that could be derailing your weight loss goals is rice syrup. This is often used as a sweetener, and is what most diet and nutrition experts refer to as empty calories. This is because consuming rice syrup does not make you feel full, but it is still high in calories, which could lead to weight gain. [What other sneaky ingredients could be impacting your weight?](   More Health & Wellness Headlines [Woman found out she had blood cancer after finding this on her skin]( [Does Type 2 Diabetes accelerate brain aging and cognitive decline?]( [Some common painkillers have unexpected side effects - this is likely why](   BUSINESS & MARKETS   [Elon Musk changes up his bid for Twitter again]( [Elon Musk]( Image Source: CNN Elon Musk contributed an additional $6.25 billion in equity to the finance package in his $44 billion takeover attempt on Thursday, sending Twitter shares soaring. Musk stated in a Securities and Exchange Commission filing last night that he's paid off his Tesla margin loan and increased the entire equity part of his takeover to $33.5 billion. Musk is also reportedly trying to persuade Twitter founder Jack Dorsey, who withdrew from the board of directors yesterday, to roll his current ownership into the privatized firm once the buyout is done. [Following a spat about the number and scale of bot accounts last week, this step reinforces his commitment to the deal.](   More Business & Market Updates [The GDP decline is much worse than initially thought]( [This strategist reveals how we'll know when the market hits bottom]( [The Fed is hinting at its next move when it comes to rate hikes](   SMALL BIZ, STARTUP & SIDE HUSTLE SUCCESS   [India’s Oyo Hotels is pushing pause on their IPO]( [Oyo Hotel]( Image Source: The Economic Times Oyo Hotels have been popping up in cities and towns all across America, but they’re also a sensation all over the world. They’d been planning an initial public offering, but those IPO plans have been put on hold until at least September. In the mean time, they’ll be working on getting their financial house in order, and hopefully, will ride out some of the volatility the markets are currently experiencing. At least, that’s the news that broke on Tuesday, from anonymous sources with insider information. They first began their file preparations for the IPO in the fall of 2021. The compay was valued at about $9 billion at the beginning of this year, even after their business model got turned upside down when the pandemic led to lockdowns all across the globe. [So, what else do we know about the delay?](   More Success Headlines [This is what you need to know about the Startup World Cup]( [What small businesses need from the government to navigate uncertainty]( [What are the pros and cons of overemployment and hustling harder?](   SCIENCE & DISCOVERY   [Biocrusts reduce global dust emissions by 60 percent]( [Lichens (whitish-pink) and cyanobacteria (dark brown to blackish) form biological soil crusts that carpet the ground between succulent plants and shrubs in the Succulent Karoo ecoregion in South Africa]( Image Source: Science News Humans have many weapons in their never-ending struggle against dust, ranging from microfiber towels to feather dusters to vacuum cleaners. However, according to new research, none of that technology compares to nature's secret weapon: biological soil crusts. These biocrusts are thin, cohesive coatings of soil that cover dry landscapes cemented together by dirt-dwelling creatures. Despite their harmless appearance, experts now estimate that these rough dirt coats prevent 700 teragrams (30,000 times the mass of the Statue of Liberty) of dust from being released into the air each year, cutting worldwide dust emissions by 60%. [Unfortunately, the future will be even dustier]( unless actions are done to conserve and repair biocrusts, which are endangered by climate change and changes in land use.   More Science Updates [Stars are more massive than we thought]( [Gravitational waves 'kicked' a newborn black hole across space]( [Chemical clues reveal dinosaur metabolism]( Stay Informed, [Image] Rex Jackson P.S. Know someone who'd love the Brief Updates? Be sure to send them to this link so they can get signed up: [BriefUpdates.com]( What did you think? 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