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Laid-off workers didn't have to look for work to collect unemployment benefits early in the Covid pandemic. Most states have re-imposed the requirement.
Bitcoin vs. gold: Here’s what Billionaire Ray Dalio thinks
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The IRS has seized $1.2 billion worth of cryptocurrency this fiscal year – here's what happens to it
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Bezos' Blue Origin calls Musk's Starship 'immensely complex & high risk' for NASA moon missions
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Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin blasted NASA’s decision to award Elon Musk’s SpaceX the sole contract to build a lunar lander.
NYC will require proof of vaccination for restaurants, gyms and indoor venues — is that enough to keep you safe?
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Mandating proof of vaccination to enter indoor facilities like gyms or restaurants can make people safer during the pandemic. With the more transmissible delta variant dominating, here's what you need...
Spirit Airlines cancels nearly half its flights to 'reboot' operation, vows to learn from disruptions
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Spirit Airlines canceled or delayed more than half of its flights as disruptions continued for a fourth day.
Why Black and Latinx women are more likely to struggle with impostor syndrome—and how to overcome it
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Have you ever felt like an impostor? Like you didn't belong? This feeling, called impostor syndrome, is very real—and it affects Black and Latinx women even more.
Materials stocks have reversed course after months of outperformance, indicating a possible growth slowdown, Miller Tabak's Matt Maley warns.
Instacart hires former Facebook exec Carolyn Everson weeks after poaching Fidji Simo as CEO
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Instacart is the largest of the remaining privately held delivery companies, valued at $39 billion in March and widely expected to go public.
A few days after the national eviction ban expired, the CDC has issued a new protection for renters. This time, the rules are a little more complicated.
The smartest people use this simple model to say 'no' when they need to, says CEO—here's how it works
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The ability to say "no" is an important skill for career growth. It protects your time, energy and focus. A CEO and productivity expert shares the model she uses when deciding whether to refuse a...
Fed Vice Chair Clarida anticipates rate hikes starting in 2023, sees upside risks to inflation
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Fed Vice Chairman Richard Clarida said the central bank is likely to hit its targets by the end of next year and start raising rates again in 2023.
More workers plan to quit as better job opportunities open up
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In what's being called the "Great Resignation," a record number of job openings has given workers the upper hand.
Westchester County DA seeks evidence on Cuomo allegations for potential criminal probe
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DA Mimi Rocah asked NY AG Letitia James to send her materials related to one of the 11 women who in a bombshell report accused Cuomo of sexual harassment.
How to get New York's Excelsior Pass so you can show your proof of vaccination from your phone
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New York's Excelsior Pass lets you find and store your proof of vaccination right on your phone with a QR code, sort of like a boarding pass for an airplane.
Trump lawyers ask judge to block release of tax returns to Congress after Biden DOJ orders IRS to do so
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Trump has fought the release of his income tax returns for years. The Biden Justice Department says the IRS has to give Congress those documents.
Target rolls out debt-free undergraduate, graduate degrees as way to woo retail workers
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The big-box retailer is the latest company to dangle perks to woo job candidates in a competitive labor market.
The World Health Organization on Wednesday called for a moratorium on Covid-19 vaccine booster shots, citing vaccine inequity around the world.
Popularized by You Need A Budget and financial experts like Dave Ramsey, this strategy allocates every single dollar you earn to a specific expense.
Amazon has launched two programs as part of an effort to give products a second life when they get returned to businesses that sell items on its platform.
99% of large companies use resume-scanning software — how to make sure yours beats the bots
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Applying for new jobs? Career experts share their best tips for writing a resume that will beat applicant tracking systems and impress any hiring manager.
U.S. stock futures fell Wednesday after weaker-than-expected jobs data. The S&P 500 on Tuesday closed at a record high.
These factors are most common among those who are ‘comfortable’ or ‘affluent’ in retirement, according to a study. Here are the key takeaways.
Royal Caribbean shares fall as cruise line posts wider-than-expected loss, disappointing revenue
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Royal Caribbean reported second-quarter results with a wider-than-expected loss and a disappointing revenue.
Private companies added 330,000 jobs in July, according to ADP, far short of the 653,000 estimate
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Employers added 330,000 positions for the month, a sharp deceleration from June and well below the 653,000 estimate.
Real estate investment trusts are rebounding due to the recession recovery and a concern about inflation and potentially higher interest rates.
Stocks making the biggest moves premarket: GM, CVS, Kraft Heinz, Tupperware and others
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