13 eye-opening essays from Black writers to read to understand America's problems with race

From Ida B. Wells to James Baldwin to Ta-Nehisi Coates, these free works by Black authors give important context for what's going on in the US now.
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13 eye-opening essays from Black writers to read to understand America's problems with race

13 eye-opening essays from Black writers to read to understand America's problems with race

From Ida B. Wells to James Baldwin to Ta-Nehisi Coates, these free works by Black authors give important context for what's going on in the US now.

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Health-insurance upstarts are stealing members from dominant players like Humana in the red-hot market for older Americans
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Health-insurance upstarts are stealing members from dominant players like Humana in the red-hot market for older Americans

Small upstarts like Alignment Healthcare and regional plans like Scan Health Plan are growing their footholds in the Medicare Advantage market.

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Career experts shared their top 19 tips for writing a good subject line

Career experts shared their top 19 tips for writing a good subject line

Always write a subject line. To make the email stand out, keep your subject line short, specific, and personalized.

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This mother created a solution for detangling her daughter's curls. Now she says she's seeing double-digit growth.
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This mother created a solution for detangling her daughter's curls. Now she says she's seeing double-digit growth.

Jill Apgar created Coco Beans, which makes silk pillowcases and crib sheets, after struggling to maintain her daughter's hair.

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What to know about the booming psychedelics industry, where companies are racing to turn magic mushrooms and MDMA into approved medicines

What to know about the booming psychedelics industry, where companies are racing to turn magic mushrooms and MDMA into approved medicines

Startups focused on turning psychedelic compounds into approved medicines have raised hundreds of millions of dollars.

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2022 bitcoin price outlook: Here are the price targets set by top analysts from Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and other leading Wall Street banks so far this year
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2022 bitcoin price outlook: Here are the price targets set by top analysts from Goldman Sachs, JPMorgan, and other leading Wall Street banks so far this year

Insider breaks down what top strategists from some of Wall Street's biggest banks have said about bitcoin so far this year.

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Jack Dorsey says Block is building a bitcoin mining system so that anyone can easily buy a rig

Jack Dorsey says Block is building a bitcoin mining system so that anyone can easily buy a rig

Block is officially building a bitcoin mining system to make mining bitcoin "more distributed and efficient."

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Bank of America says buy these 2 'long-term winners' in the buy now, pay later subsector as e-commerce hits its first expected trillion-dollar year in 2022
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Bank of America says buy these 2 'long-term winners' in the buy now, pay later subsector as e-commerce hits its first expected trillion-dollar year in 2022

Bank of America analysts share two buy now, pay later stocks to ride surging growth as e-commerce hits its first trillion-dollar year in 2022.

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How to invest $10,000: 6 financial experts share their best ideas for maximizing your returns across stocks, crypto, and ETFs right now
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How to invest $10,000: 6 financial experts share their best ideas for maximizing your returns across stocks, crypto, and ETFs right now

Wall Street experts think it will be tougher to make money in markets this year. We asked six of them where they would invest $10,000.

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How a Gen Z hairstylist bootstrapped her natural haircare products into a business with $6.1 million in sales
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How a Gen Z hairstylist bootstrapped her natural haircare products into a business with $6.1 million in sales

Nia Menerville, the 21-year-old founder of The Loc God, has netted millions in lifetime sales without raising venture capital. Here's how she did it.

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