Dear CEOs: It’s time to prepare for the fall of ‘Roe.’ Here’s how

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“Where are you going?” These are the four words that sit in a search bar atop of Airbnb’s app, a company that has 6 million listings across 72,000 cities. You can literally type in just about anywhere and find a place to stay. Chances are, however, that maybe a couple dozen cities come to mind, like New York, Rome, or Tokyo. But did you consider Riverdale, Georgia—where you can rent a home with a professional recording studio for $600/night? Probably not. Brian Chesky, CEO of Airbnb, wants to change this with the company’s biggest redesign since its Y-Combinator days. Now, Airbnb will begin listing properties, not by location, but by category. They will begin serving up their most remarkable properties tied to the things you want to do, completely agnostic of location. It’s a moment Chesky wants to seize to reshape the travel industry out of the pandemic, as many of us have more flexible work and travel schedules. But what does it mean for the future of cities…especially those that might not want to host a bunch of Airbnbs? Read our story here.
—Mark Wilson, @ctrlzee
Airbnb is launching its biggest redesign in a decade. Travel may never be the same

Airbnb is flexing its scale with a new design that prioritizes individual properties over popular destinations.

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Dear CEOs: It’s time to prepare for the fall of ‘Roe.’ Here’s how

As senior leaders of a policy communications firm, we help CEOs navigate complicated political issues every day. When it comes to responding to news about abortion restrictions, there’s a simple playbook companies should follow.

These are the 2 key times to demonstrate your leadership potential in meetings

The founder of On Point Speaking notes that humans like to be told what to expect and what to do. Parameters and rules allow you to be the leader who takes the time to set them.

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200 years after the Victorians ruined maternity wear, Rihanna is taking it back

In the 19th century, pregnancy was seen as something to be hidden, and maternity wear reflected that. Rihanna is doing exactly the opposite.

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The secret of my success as an entrepreneur: I’m 60

Experience, judgment, and battle-tested expertise are underrated assets in the startup world. And the more you’ve got, the better. 

United is the first U.S. airline to purchase sustainable aviation fuel oversees

United Airlines has pledged to be 100% carbon neutral by 2050—and sustainable aviation fuel will have to play a large role in that.

These school buses double as mobile preschools in remote areas

Just years after the program started in 2017, preschool enrollment in Uzbekistan has jumped from 27% to 67%.

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What the Great Resignation means for new grads

Here’s what the class of 2022 should know as they look for their first post-college gigs.

Sorry, Apple, the iPod Touch was never really an iPod

The iPod brand may be going away, but what it once stood for ended long ago. And it was pretty wonderful.

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People are quitting jobs they just started. Here’s what managers can do

Over half of employees who joined new companies in the past six months are eyeing the exits, according to new data from Lattice.

Coinbase collapses along with crypto: What you need to know
Cryptocurrencies have taken a beating this year, and it’s affecting more than just the digital coins themselves.
Yesterday after the bell, Coinbase Global announced its Q1 2022 earnings. The poor results sent shares plummeting. As of the time of this writing, they were down over 14.5% to $62.33 in pre-market trading, an all-time low.
Coinbase went public in a much-hyped direct listing a little over a year ago, the first major crypto exchange to list on U.S. markets. Shares peaked in October at just over $319.
Quarterly revenue fell 27% from a year ago, a decline that was led by fewer users placing crypto transactions on the platform. In its shareholder letter, Coinbase said further investment is key to continued growth in the sector.
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