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"Every time Biden appears on the news, it prompts another Republican to call me up and say, 'This country is going downhill. I need a bunker!" says Ron Hubbard.
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In an interview with Insider, Jon Henes spoke about starting C Street Advisory Group, a firm that helps CEOs focus on diversity and inclusion.
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Dave Walsh, 39, owns Vanlife Customs and builds one-of-a-kind camper vans. "Many of our clients have planned for this their entire life," he says.
The study of Microsoft employees found people were more siloed and slower to talk to new hires when they worked remotely.
The Retail Industry Leaders Association said in a statement that the president's proposed rules could represent "a colossal undertaking."
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If you're a boss or a worker with goals of becoming a manager, it's important to know how to be inclusive.
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Single mom Katie Nave said the clothes from Stitch Fix made her feel more confident and polished during her workday video meetings.
"My biggest fear, as we start to get further away from 9/11, is that we start to forget exactly what happened that day," NYPD's Paul Grattan says.
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Insider rounded up its reporting to give you an inside look at the salaries for marketing and advertising positions in Corporate America.
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Automated resume scanners regularly overlook viable candidates and ignore the skills these people can offer, a Harvard report found.
Psychotherapist Amy Morin says mental health practices, like planning a fun activity or using relaxation strategies, are important to include in your routine.
These savvy YouTubers quit their junior banking roles after discovering online demand for advice on landing a career in finance.
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The Wikipedia founder said he was inspired by "The 4-Hour Workweek" to reconsider the ratrace.
"A general rule of thumb is that your estimated lifestyle costs 25% more than you think and planning takes double the time," says Stephanie Smolders.
Merck's CHRO shares how to improve digital tools at your company by focusing on business outcomes and making tech innovation part of the HR framework.
Jen Glantz says she takes a skills workshop every month, meets regularly with mentors, and attends networking events to meet locals in her area.
Although Mel Burke was able to hit her goals for her novel each night, losing out on social engagements wasn't worth it for her.
Pinterest made its employees a playlist to help them unwind.
The marketplace giant will start paying the additional stipend in the hope of supporting demand during the summer and at Christmas.
UBS CEO Ralph Hamers said roughly two thirds of the banking giant's jobs could be done remotely. The company has 73,000 staff globally.
In a world where masks make lipreading impossible, remote work is a beacon for deaf job candidates like me. But I struggle to get past the interview.
A KPMG study suggests that many CEOs are reversing their plans to cut their office space, but that doesn't mean an end to hybrid working.
If Apple forbids non-work topics but allows channels about dad jokes and gaming, then banning pay discussions could be a violation, experts said.
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"Everybody can save ... and if you put that money into the market, you'll end up quite wealthy when you retire," says Kevin O'Leary.
Elizabeth Holmes was once lauded as "the next Steve Jobs" for founding the blood-testing startup Theranos. Now she's on trial for fraud.
Erifili Gounari works two full-time jobs across two time zones. Balancing both requires mediation, speed-reading, and lots of coffee.
Tim Cook, Apple's CEO, said there is still an urgent need to advance equality in America.
The founder of startup Serenade, a performance and NFT platform for musicians, believes the creator economy has created a blueprint for artists.
"It's expected to feel more tired as you adjust to new routines, even if they're 'old' pre-pandemic routines," says Dr. Rachelle Scott.
Biden's recent executive order calls for the FTC to ban or limit non-competes, which affect up to 60 million workers.
Recent massive investments into creating immersive digital worlds are a symptom of Silicon Valley leaders cashing out on the physical world.
Casmira Nan lost her job as a diamond dealer during the pandemic, but retrained as a childminder. She says it's made her appreciate the little things in life.
On August 30, Prospect 100 will launch a competition with the parent company of Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent to help promote sustainable fashion.
Infragistics spent around $10,000 on staff care packages with coasters, blankets, and socks, and bought software to recreate office parties online.
Giovanna Vargas says she helped organize a proposal for a famous musician that included a buried ring, a treasure map, and a private fire dance.
The purpose of these events is to make fruitful connections, so make your introduction specific and short. An entrepreneur offered the scripts she uses.
We spoke with a psychiatrist about how constant changes to return-to-office plans and COVID vaccine and mask mandates affect our mental health.
Angela Guy, L'Oréal USA's chief diversity and inclusion officer, has been working toward achieving pay equity for over a decade.
Coal is one of the largest targets in the divestment movement and transition to cleaner energy. But China and India are upping its production and use.
In a fireside chat with an Amazon colleague, Jassy said his father taught him the value of hard work and humility.
Elizabeth Hepworth charts her course from domestic life to the legal profession in an interview with The Guardian.
The CEO of Tropical Smoothie Cafe said the labor shortage had hit his chain, but that the best cafes "pay more. It's pretty simple that way."
Amazon is making big moves to grow its advertising business, now claiming more than 10% of the US digital ad pie.
Some staff at The National Trust start early and have a long lunch - so-called "Mediterranean working hours" - to avoid the middle of the day.
The executive is launching multiple fundraisers to help Afghans displaced by the Taliban takeover in Kabul.
Virtual workspaces don't do anything to make working any better. Companies will just use them to make sure you're working nonstop.
When Cook stepped up to become Apple CEO in 2011, many wondered if he could fill Steve Job's shoes. Ten years later, he's still holding on.
Netflix cofounder and serial entrepreneur Marc Randolph said successful founders think less, act more, and don't wait for good ideas.
With more companies implementing long-term hybrid work plans video calls will remain a major part of our working lives. Here's some tips on how to cope.
Charlotte LaGuardia prefers to work with clients who want to improve their overall lifestyle - not do a quick cleanse before a big event.
Good capitalists are those who assume certain responsibilities toward society and want to make it better.
A video producer and writer moved from the US to Split, Croatia, where he pays $540 rent for a month for a one-bed apartment, per a CNBC article.
Good leaders display humility and other soft skills according to PayPal CEO Dan Schulman, and said his dad is his leadership hero for teaching him.
Making layoffs was extremely tough for Happy Joe's chief happiness officer, Tom Stacco, who is also the restaurant chain's CEO.
There are over 6 million acres of abandoned coal mines across the US, and more could go to waste if coal companies don't restore their land.
Insider discusses what happens next as Black storytellers and professionals continue to climb the media ranks, and how to build lasting equity.
The movement to sell off investments in fossil fuels is gaining momentum. Greater funding to the renewable-energy sector is happening in tandem.
In June, UK legal firm Arken switched to a 4-day work week. Productivity and wellbeing improved, but its CEO told Insider there were challenges.
Redfin cofounder and current Deep Sentinel CEO Dave Selinger provided insight into his daily routine and what it's like working with Jeff Bezos.
Despite ongoing calls for greater diversity and inclusion at work, a majority of Americans feel business leaders play a positive role in society.
While working from home prompted people to reassess work-life balance, some opportunists saw a shot at a life hack.
Some workers with second jobs log in to two meetings at once or use paid time off from one job to work at the other, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Texas ranchers have been importing exotic species, breeding them, and building numbers on desert ranches that often span thousands of square miles.
Harvard researchers studied interactions between managers and interns. Those who created 'water-cooler' moments had a higher chance of a job.
More than 100 Amazon delivery companies banded together to compete with delivery giants UPS and FedEx. This story and much more in Insider Weekly.
Melissa Petro says more workers are realizing they shouldn't have to sacrifice their lives to low wages and abusive bosses.
Celebrity event planner Edward Perotti shared his party tips for people who want to host dazzling celebrations without compromising on safety.
The pushback we hear about mandating vaccines is easily refutable. I know because requiring that people be vaccinated worked at my company.
Shou Zi Chew led Apple competitor Xiaomi through a blockbuster 2018 IPO. Now, he's both CEO of TikTok and CFO of its parent company, Bytedance.
"Go to the school where every other really smart person wants to go," Jay Bhatti, a VC firm cofounder and guest speaker at the Wharton School, said.
August 13 is International Left Handers Day. Though left-handers make up just 10% of the world, many of them have very important jobs.
Facebook, Google, and UK departments have all talked up potential pay cuts for remote workers.
As the pandemic changes working patterns, employers are changing reassessing their approach to employee perks, Fast hired a full time wellness director.
The Bridgewater Associates founder is summarizing his guide to better decision-making on Twitter.
Google said it will also remove photos of users under the age of 18 upon request in what is a big move for the company's approach to minors.
To become rich, you need to be picky about what you read. Author of "Rich Habits" Tom Corley shares the kind of books successful people read.
Remote workers could easily get overlooked in hybrid meetings. Author and former broadcaster Karin Reed shares some top tips on how to stay visible.
Monday marks The International Day of the World's Indigenous Peoples.
Despite new mask mandates in Las Vegas, I experienced several packed nightclubs where, among hundreds of people, masks were nowhere to be found.
"Families are spending $20,000 to $30,000 on a trip and it's my responsibility to ensure they have the best time possible," says Dave Dixon.
The chief happiness officer at Happy Joe's leaves gift cards for delivery drivers, among other things.
Entrepreneurs are tapping into the growing Muslim demand for apps, fashion, and other services that cater to their lifestyles.
Musk's compensation is so off the charts that Bloomerg, which compiled pay data, created a special button to exclude the Tesla CEO from its chart.
Consulting firm McKinsey is out with its annual summer reading list. We've rounded up 5 titles suggested by Wall Street and corporate America execs.
Gravity Payments' Dan Price told Insider about how his company changed after he raised the minimum wage to $70,000.
I moved from San Francisco to Texas and now work fully remote. My first day in a WeWork showed me how much I missed the office - at least sometimes.
"Poker is a hard way to make easy money. I don't know any pros that would actually recommend it for a living," says Xuan Liu.
"When we travel, we look like a member of the family. We don't wear suits or earpieces," says security advisor Mike (not his real name).
Former Googler Cami Galles says saving money by cutting corners and relying on fuzzy metrics can cost your small business more in the long run.