Kevin O' Leary of 'Shark Tank' on what the show taught him about investing — and the advice from his mom that he swears by

"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.
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Kevin O' Leary of 'Shark Tank' on what the show taught him about investing — and the advice from his mom that he swears by

Kevin O' Leary of 'Shark Tank' on what the show taught him about investing — and the advice from his mom that he swears by

"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.

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These 15 tech execs are running the most ambitious projects at top Wall Street firms like Point72, Blackstone, Fidelity, and Bank of America
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These 15 tech execs are running the most ambitious projects at top Wall Street firms like Point72, Blackstone, Fidelity, and Bank of America

Insider highlighted executives running some of the most ambitious and innovative tech projects across Wall Street.

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ADVANCING DIVERSITY: Execs from top US companies share how they're championing inclusion in the workforce

ADVANCING DIVERSITY: Execs from top US companies share how they're championing inclusion in the workforce

From a deep dive into JPMorgan's diversity program to insight from LinkedIn's head of diversity, these articles are key for executives and managers.

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Some Asian American authors say publishing has a diversity problem, where editors cater to a white readership and push for stories that promote stereotypes
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Some Asian American authors say publishing has a diversity problem, where editors cater to a white readership and push for stories that promote stereotypes

"They want diverse characters that are stereotypical," one young-adult writer said about the push for stories around K-pop or martial arts.

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Amazon CEO Andy Jassy says the company plans to hire 55,000 people for tech and corporate roles. Nearly 3 in 4 of those jobs are set to be located in the US.

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy says the company plans to hire 55,000 people for tech and corporate roles. Nearly 3 in 4 of those jobs are set to be located in the US.

Amazon CEO Andy Jassy told Reuters the company needs to ramp up hiring in its retail, cloud, advertising, and satellite businesses.

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This 28-year-old TikTok superstar explains why she quit a job she hated at Google to become a comedian and influencer with 3.8 million followers
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This 28-year-old TikTok superstar explains why she quit a job she hated at Google to become a comedian and influencer with 3.8 million followers

Melissa Ong has amassed 3.8 million followers on TikTok after quitting her job at Google to pursue her dreams of becoming a comedian.

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Goldman Sachs is going through a huge transformation under CEO David Solomon

Goldman Sachs is going through a huge transformation under CEO David Solomon

Here's the latest on investment banking, wealth management, trading, and tech initiatives at Goldman Sachs under CEO David Solomon.

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The #AppleToo campaign received 'hundreds' of complaints from retail staff. One ex-employee alleging harassment and assault is pursuing a $1.7 million lawsuit.
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The #AppleToo campaign received 'hundreds' of complaints from retail staff. One ex-employee alleging harassment and assault is pursuing a $1.7 million lawsuit.

Organizers said they had been inundated with accounts of workplace misconduct; many coming from those that worked at the company's retail stores.

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CEOs disparaged remote work. Now they're changing their tune, a new KPMG survey says.
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CEOs disparaged remote work. Now they're changing their tune, a new KPMG survey says.

The hot job market has served as a wake-up call: Workers have options, and employers need to offer more flexibility, says Paul Knopp, KPMG's US CEO.

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Advertising's labor shortage is crushing agency employees, who talk of 16-hour days and mounting client demands
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Advertising's labor shortage is crushing agency employees, who talk of 16-hour days and mounting client demands

Some people said agencies are taking on more work than they can handle and predict more resignations as agencies call people back to the office.

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