Restaurants and hotels hired the most of any industry in December, leaving economists hoping for 'limited labor market damage' from Omicron

Leisure and hospitality saw a monthly gain of 53,000 jobs, but is still 7.2% below its pre-pandemic level in February 2020.
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Restaurants and hotels hired the most of any industry in December, leaving economists hoping for 'limited labor market damage' from Omicron

Restaurants and hotels hired the most of any industry in December, leaving economists hoping for 'limited labor market damage' from Omicron

Leisure and hospitality saw a monthly gain of 53,000 jobs, but is still 7.2% below its pre-pandemic level in February 2020.

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There's a golden opportunity for entrepreneurs to break into the $106 billion edtech market
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There's a golden opportunity for entrepreneurs to break into the $106 billion edtech market

Innovative thinkers who can connect employers facing skills gaps, workers looking for jobs, and an unstable higher-education system will make it big.

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Costco's iconic hot dog deal is still $1.50, despite record inflation rates raising prices everywhere else in the industry

Costco's iconic hot dog deal is still $1.50, despite record inflation rates raising prices everywhere else in the industry

Costco has also avoided increasing the price of other popular staples, including its famous $4.99 rotisserie chicken, despite rising inflation costs.

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A 30-year market vet and former BlackRock stock chief shares his top predictions for 2022 — and gives his best ideas for where to put your money, including 5 stock picks
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A 30-year market vet and former BlackRock stock chief shares his top predictions for 2022 — and gives his best ideas for where to put your money, including 5 stock picks

Investors came into 2022 with a much more uncertain outlook than they did in 2021. Here's where to find the best returns, according to Bob Doll.

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5 ways to build a sustainability-focused work culture that aligns with employee values

5 ways to build a sustainability-focused work culture that aligns with employee values

Many company leaders and employees are looking to expand workplace sustainability initiatives. Here's how they can make a greener work culture.

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'This is the granddaddy of tops': A 49-year market vet says stocks are entering their 'last hurrah' before crashing 80% as inflation continues to soar and the Fed tightens
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'This is the granddaddy of tops': A 49-year market vet says stocks are entering their 'last hurrah' before crashing 80% as inflation continues to soar and the Fed tightens

"What I think people are going to be surprised [about] is how hard it is to put that inflation genie back in the bottle," said David Hunter.

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A juror from Elizabeth Holmes' trial explains why the charges of defrauding patients didn't stick against the Theranos founder

A juror from Elizabeth Holmes' trial explains why the charges of defrauding patients didn't stick against the Theranos founder

Holmes' jury thought Theranos' labs were poorly run but weren't swayed by a patient's testimony that she got a false positive HIV antibody result.

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Former WeWork chief Adam Neumann taps 2 former confidants as he looks to enter one of real estate's hottest markets
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Former WeWork chief Adam Neumann taps 2 former confidants as he looks to enter one of real estate's hottest markets

Mark Lapidus, who was forced to resign from WeWork after allegations of wrongdoing, is working with Neumann on his apartment portfolio.

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2022 stock-market outlook: Wall Street giants like Goldman Sachs and UBS are split on China's economic and regulatory future. Here's what they're forecasting and how they recommend you invest.
4 tips on managing workers in their 20s, as Gen Z employees enter the workforce in growing numbers
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4 tips on managing workers in their 20s, as Gen Z employees enter the workforce in growing numbers

Gen Z will make up 27% of the workforce by 2025. Here's how managers can adapt their management style.

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