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Southwest Airlines is going to allow people who don't want to fly on the Boeing 737 Max to switch planes for free (LUV)


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  • Southwest Airlines CMO Ryan Green told CNBC that his airline won't make passengers who don't want to fly on the Boeing 737 Max pay additional airfare to switch flights.
  • Southwest does not charge passengers a fee to change their tickets, but it does usually charge customers the difference in airfare. 
  • All Boeing 737 Max airliners have been grounded since March 13 with the jet pulled from Southwest's flight schedule until August 5. 
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
Those who don't want to the fly on the Boeing 737 Max won't have to. According to Southwest Airlines chief marketing officer Ryan Green, passengers who find themselves booked on a 737 Max flight will be allowed to switch flights free of charge. "If they're uneasy about flying on a Max aircraft, we'll be flexible with them," Green told CNBC . "We'll be understanding of that and allow them to fly on a different flight without paying any difference in fare." The Dallas, Texas-based low-cost carrier does not charge passengers a fee to change their tickets, but it does charge customers the difference in airfare. But in the case of concerns around the Max, an exception will be made. Read more: American Airlines CEO reveals when he would feel safe flying on the Boeing 737 Max again . All 371 Boeing 737 Max airliners in service around the world have been grounded since March 13 following the crashes of Ethiopian Airlines Flight ET302 and Lion Air Flight JT610. Southwest Airlines is the world's largest operator of the Boeing 737 Max with a fleet of 34 aircraft. All 34 planes, which are currently in desert storage in Victorville, California, have been pulled from the flight schedule until at least August 5. However, in a recent statement, Southwest CEO Gary Kelly said that the company does not have a confirmed timeline for the 737 Max's return to service.  Southwest's concerns about passengers who may not want to fly in the 737 Max are reasonable. A poll conducted by Business Insider a week after the Ethiopian Airlines crash showed that 53% of American adults surveyed would not want to fly on a Boeing 737 Max even after the FAA clears the aircraft for service.SEE ALSO:  American Airlines CEO reveals the most important lesson he learned from the legendary founder of Southwest Airlines FOLLOW US:  On Facebook for more car and transportation content! Join the conversation about this story » NOW WATCH: Watch Tesla unveil its full self-driving computer in under 5 minutes Číst dále >>>

Esquire's editor-in-chief showed us how not to announce your job resignation


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  • Jay Fielden, editor-in-chief of Esquire, recently announced his resignation via an Instagram post that showed him leaving his building with four bags in hand.
  • Many found the post funny, and it may have inspired others to leave their jobs in the same dramatic style.
  • Yet if you want career success down the line, experts say to control your social media fingers.
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories.
Chances are all of us have fantasized about quitting a job as dramatically as possible. Jay Fielden, editor-in-chief of Esquire, actually lived out his fantasy. Fielden announced his resignation on Instagram, with a photo of him clutching four bags as he left the Hearst building. He accompanied his photo with a 300-word blurb recounting his experience at the company and his plans for the future (which include cooking his kids breakfast as his wife sleeps in). Fielden left the post due to company-wide "reshuffling," according to The New York Times . Hearst Magazines, which owns Esquire, promoted former digital chief Troy Young to the helm in hopes of making the magazines fit for online Today—after a lot of long and careful thinking—I have decided it is time to depart as Esquire’s editor in chief, three and a half years after I arrived. The issue we unveiled earlier this week—with Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Quentin Tarantino on the cover—will be, it’s not easy to say, my last. As a magazine editor and writer, I've long revered the magical intersection of words and images as they come together on the page and online. Ever since I graduated from college, in fact, I've been working for a big magazine—The New Yorker, Vogue—or editing one—Men's Vogue, Town & Country, Esquire. In the decade that Hearst Magazines has been my creative home, I've also collaborated with some of the best writers, photographers, designers, and fellow editors in the business, and it's been a genuine privilege for which I’m deeply grateful. There is no greater joy—or honor—than the camaraderie of a close and deeply talented staff, and the thing I will miss most (in addition to the great muse that is Esquire itself) is the conversation and debate, the collaboration, the shared life of revisions and deadlines and filling the monthly void. Simply put—their daily company. I have, however, felt the lure of new possibilities—all the more so now, as the means of production for a new media venture is basically my laptop (which also has the first few chapters of a book on it). For me, the time has simply come to press on in a new direction, perhaps more than one, before I get struck by male pattern baldness. When I settle for certain on what’s next, you will be among the first to know. Until then, I hope to practice my piano, play a little more tennis than usual, and make my kids breakfast while my wife gets to sleep late. I might even get to take all these bags on a long summer trip . . . or two. #esquire Číst dále >>>

How to turn on your iPhone's Personal Hotspot feature, and use it as a portable internet hub for your other devices


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  • Your iPhone can turn on a "Personal Hotspot," or an internet access point, anywhere you have decent cellular service, enabling other devices to get online through your phone.
  • The iPhone's personal hotspot can give online access to other devices using Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, or even a hard lined connection via USB cable.
  • Using an iPhone's hotspot to grant other devices internet access can rapidly burn through data, so use the function sparingly if you want to save data.
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The most amazing thing about a smartphone is how easily it connects to the internet. From anywhere on the planet with a cell signal, you can connect to the world via email, apps, YouTube, and more, and you can enjoy millions of different websites, videos, music, and every other kind of media out there. When you have an iPhone , another amazing aspect is its ability to allow other devices to connect to the internet as well. The Personal Hotspot feature allows you to connect other internet-ready devices to the web via your phone's cellular connection. How to turn on Personal Hotspot on an iPhone 1. Launch the Settings app. 2. Scroll down to and tap on "Personal Hotspot." how to personal hotspot iphone 3. Tap the switch at the top to toggle your hotspot on. IMG_4266 Your phone is now broadcasting a a Wi-Fi signal that other devices can connect to. An auto-generated password will be displayed beside "Wi-Fi Password." You can tap that password to change it if you'd like. How to access and use your iPhone's Personal Hotspot with another device Now, on the device that you want to give internet access to, navigate to your respective Wi-Fi menu. On another iPhone or iPad, this will be in the Settings menu. On a Mac computer, it will be in the right side of the menu bar at the top of your screen. On Windows, it will be in the right side of your taskbar at the bottom of the screen. You should see the name of your iPhone beside two interlocking rings, or a regular Wi-Fi symbol. Click there, and enter the password from your phone when prompted. In a few moments, your device will connect, and you'll be online. IMG_4268 To connect to the web via your iPhone using Bluetooth, pair the device in question with your phone. You can also plug your phone directly into a computer (or another device with a USB port) to provide internet through a wired connection. Select the name of your iPhone from the list of networks offering internet access. And a quick pro tip: if you want to bump anyone off your hotspot without turning off the hotspot altogether, change the password. It will kick anyone using the connection off and you'll just have to enter the new password. Related coverage from  Číst dále >>>

The best beach chairs you can buy


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  • A beach chair is of the utmost importance in ensuring that you have a comfortable day at the beach or any outdoor event.
  • The RIO Brands 5-Position Lay Flat Beach Chair is the best beach chair for most people because it's affordable, comfortable, easy to transport, and can recline in five different positions.
When I was a kid, I thought beach chairs were for old people. When it was time to stake out my sand territory, I happily spread out my colorful, oversized beach towel and never thought twice about sitting up. As an adult, I would never spend a day on the beach without a chair. It's absolutely necessary for comfort and for keeping my drink of choice upright and sand-free. Of course, beach chairs have changed a lot since my childhood. Not only are there more lightweight options, but today's chairs are packed with fun accessories like drink holders, insulated cooler pouches, pockets, attached umbrellas, and much more. In addition, many of them can be transported on your back or over your shoulder. We've researched to find the best beach chairs you can buy. Our top picks range from simple chairs to special ones with built-in umbrellas or coolers. Here are the best beach chairs you can buy: Updated on 5/23/2019 by Les Shu: Updated prices, links, and formatting. Keep scrolling to read more about our top picks.SEE ALSO:  The best beach umbrellas you can buy The best beach chair overall Affordable and easy to carry, the simple yet sturdy Číst dále >>>

Leesa is giving Business Insider readers 15% off their entire order for Memorial Day — plus 2 free pillows when you buy a mattress


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Thanks to the increasing number of people who want to be able to shop online in their pajamas, there is no shortage of direct-to-consumer companies, and a healthy percentage of them are mattress startups. Why? Because you don't have to go lay down on 15 beds while an attendant hangs around to see which suits your sleep style best, there's usually no crazy delivery fee, and you get to try it out in your home without any pressure for 100 nights (as the new industry standard goes). So really, why not? There are a lot of great direct-to-consumer mattress options to consider, and Leesa Sleep is one of them. Leesa also happens to be running a Labor Day sale right now — making their already accessible prices even better. Right now, Business Insider readers can get a new mattress for up to $235 off its original price, which is $10 more than what's being offered on Leesa's site.  Currently, you can save 15% on your entire order with the code "BUSINESSINSIDER" at checkout. If your order includes a mattress, you'll also get two free pillows. We've covered both the company's bread-and-butter Leesa mattress ( full review here ) as well as its luxury option, the Leesa Hybrid ( full review here ), in our best mattress buying guide , but the break down is pretty simple:
  • The Leesa Mattress : is engineered with three premium foams for cooling, body contouring, and pressure-relieving core support. Queen Size: $845 (normally $995) [You Save $150]
  • The Leesa Hybrid Mattress : combines Leesa's premium foam layers with pocket-spring coils for superior support. Queen Size: $1,440 (normally $1,695) [You Save: $255]
The company itself has done well even in a saturated direct-to-consumer mattress space thanks to an excellent customer service model and give-back program , and of course, its universally comfortable mattresses. Leesa claims its mattresses can co Číst dále >>>

I drove a $50,000 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison to see if the ultimate midsize offroading pickup could handle everyday life — here's the verdict (GM)


Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison

  • The 2019 Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison is the hardest of hardcore offroading pickups from the bowtie brand.
  • The Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison has about $6,000 of upgrades from American Expedition Vehicles, all designed to improve the pickup's ability to go where no midsize pickup has gone before.
  • The offroading extras are probably too much for most weekend warriors — they'll do fine with the regular ZR2. But for a tough, tough truck, the ZR2 Bison is remarkably easy to live with day to day.
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Once you get into offroading, you invariably start to look for bulletproof vehicles capable of handling any terrain.  When it comes to midsize pickups, a versatile choice, few are more bulletproof than the Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison, an upgraded version of Chevy's already robust Zr2. The Bison trim went on sale in early 2019. Although the Bison is brilliant, it does raise a question: "Can a pickup that's this ready for rock-busting deal with everyday life?" I set out to answer that question when Chevy let me borrow the truck for a week. I didn't have a choice, and proper offroad testing is somewhat outside our capabilities at Business Insider. But I have no difficulty dropping kids off at school and making weekend runs to rescue houseplants from relatives. Here's how it went down:FOLLOW US:  On Facebook for more car and transportation content! Say hello to the Bison! The 2019 Chevy ZR2 Bison, to be precise. In a "Red Hot" paint job — truth in advertising, by the way — this test truck stickered at $49,745. The Bison wasn't our first ZR2. We tested the slightly less hardcore regular ZR2 last year. Read the review. We also spent some time with the performance-oriented Colorado Z71. Read the review. Our Chevy Colorado ZR2 Bison tester came with a crew cab and a short box. It was nearly identical to the previous ZR2 I sampled, at least on the outside. One major difference was the front grille treatment. The Bison carries the proud Chevrolet name, while ... ... The previous truck rocked a big ol' Chevy bowtie badge, chrome-edged gold. So what makes a ZR2 Bison a member of a special herd of pickups? Basically, it comes down to a collaboration with American Expedition Vehicles, a Montana-headquartered company with close ties to Detroit. "For maximum protection of key undercarriage elements while driving over rocky, jagged terrain, Bison features five skid plates covering the engine oil Číst dále >>>

How to turn off the camera sound on an iPhone in 2 ways, if you're annoyed by that 'fake shutter' noise


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  • If you're annoyed by that fake shutter sound your iPhone makes every time you take a picture, there are several ways to silence it.
  • When the Live Photos option is activated in your Camera app, the shutter sound will automatically deactivate.
  • While there is no specific setting for turning off an iPhone's camera sound, you can switch the ring/silent switch on the side of your iPhone to silent (and in so doing, silence your camera as well).
  • Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories .
The fact that you can't simply switch off your phone's camera shutter noise is one of the few galling oversights in the design of the iPhone .   Through your iPhone's settings, you can silence the annoying faux click of keyboard keys of your typing, you can turn off the lock noise, but when it comes to the camera, there's no setting for silencing phony "ka-ching" noise every time you snap a picture. The good news is that there are two workarounds that allow you to turn off the shutter noise on an iPhone camera. So whether you're simply annoyed by the iPhone camera sound or you need to snap some photos on the sly, the power is in your hands. How to turn off the camera sound on an iPhone with Live Photos If you use the Live Photos feature — the option to make each picture a seconds-long mini video with audio — the shutter noise is automatically silenced. (Note that you can only take Live Photos on iPhones starting with the 6S and newer.) To turn Live Photos on, launch the Camera app. If you see several concentric yellow circles atop the screen, it's already on. If you see a series of white concentric circles with a slash through them, it's off. Tap those white circles to enable it. turning off camera noise iphone Keep in mind, however, that Live Photos take up a lot more room than still photos. How to turn off the camera sound on an iPhone with the ring/silent switch If the ring/silent switch on the side of your iPhone is switched to silent, so too will your camera's shutter sound be silenced. Just flip the physical switch on the left hand side of the phone down (or away from you on older models), revealing the orange color behind it, and you will have turned off the camera noise. But of course, your ringer is now silenced as well. turning off iphone camera noise 2 Číst dále >>>

ДТП с пешеходами на перекрестке "DTP s peshekhodami na perekrestke"


Калуш, Ивано-Франковская область. Внедорожник врезался в Шкоду, которую отбросило на пешеходный переход, где она сбила женщину с ребенком. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

Велосипедист скрылся "Velosipedist skrylsja"


Раменское, улица Крымская. Велосипедист врезался в припаркованный Audi, после чего скрылся с места ДТП. Číst dále >>> Přeložit do en

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