The company’s share price has fallen since the arrest in November of the CFO, the 32-year-old, fourth-generation heir apparent, on intoxication and trespassing charges. By Chloe Sorvino From a young age, John R. Tyson has been preparing to potentially take over the family business, Tyson Foods, the biggest U.S. meat company. He’s followed the prescribed
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Budapest might offer two cities for the price of one – handsome Buda and fun-filled Pest – but you can taste more of Hungary on a day trip. Not far from the capital is the countryside, where wine cellars, cobbled country towns and historic, arty outposts by the Danube await. The area around Budapest is gorgeous all
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FreshSplash via Getty Images Traveling experts recommend always checking the weather of your destination as a first step. There’s nothing worse than flying to a travel destination and rushing off the plane only to have to wait at baggage claim for what seems like forever to finally retrieve your suitcase. That’s one of the main
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Around an hour’s drive from Miami on Florida’s southern tip, Everglades National Park offers 1.5 million acres of natural wonder. Covering an area the size of Rhode Island, this complex and vital ecosystem of wetlands, swamps, mangroves and forests is North America‘s biggest protected sub-tropical wilderness reserve. Teeming with wildlife such as alligators, crocodiles, manatees
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The family office of billionaire entrepreneur Daniel Lubetzky, Equilibra, has embarked on a new chapter. Now called Camino Partners, the startup incubator and investment platform, aims to take lessons from building KIND Snacks (acquired by Mars) to help at least 10 early-stage consumer brands trailblaze their unique paths for growth over the next five years.
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Images courtesy of 20Diezz Arquitectos From JustLuxe Content Partner MensGear Casa Lohr emerges from an abandoned 19th-century colonial house in the historic center of Mérida, Mexico. 20Diezz Arquitectos restored the crumbling stone structure and preserved its historical beauty by conserving the interior vestiges. This includes remnants of an old masonry wall which becomes the defining
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Ireland’s coastline is a rich, 6200km-long necklace (3852 miles) of glorious spots where the land meets the sea. From quiet coves known only to a few to great stretches of golden sand that are a destination in their own right, Ireland’s coast is a beachgoer’s paradise. The best beaches invariably are on the wild western coastlines, where
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Rome is a city where the doors of the art-laden churches are flung open to all, where ancient architectural wonders await around many corners, and it costs nothing to roam (pun intended) the historic streets, piazzas and parks.  A surprising number of the famous sights in Italy‘s magnificent capital city are completely free to visit, and
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From Airbnb and Vrbo to Vacasa and Booking.com, the vacation rental business has undoubtedly boomed in recent years. Although many travelers swear by short-term rentals due to their space, privacy and price options, these types of accommodations have also gotten bad press, thanks to reports of fraudsters using fake listings to swindle families out of
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Criss-crossing destinations around Spain, whether by land, air or sea, is easy and convenient due to Spain’s efficient multi-modal public transport infrastructure, which has also been upgraded significantly over recent years. Spain also gets high marks for universally accessible travel. Visitors with reduced mobility can move around fairly easily compared to other European countries. The
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It’s easy to enjoy Lisbon without breaking the bank, and the Portuguese capital’s biggest draws are outdoors – from astounding views at hilltop miradouros (lookouts) to tranquil squares and magical strolls in Alfama. Many hostels also offer free walking tours that guide you through street art displays and historical sites. Here are the best things
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