Match Group says it's stepping back from its metaverse dating plans, citing the economy and uncertainty about 'what will and won't work' on the new platform

Online-dating powerhouse Match Group, which owns Tinder and Hinge, said it's no longer investing heavily in plans for a metaverse dating experience.
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Match Group says it's stepping back from its metaverse dating plans, citing the economy and uncertainty about 'what will and won't work' on the new platform

Match Group says it's stepping back from its metaverse dating plans, citing the economy and uncertainty about 'what will and won't work' on the new platform

Online-dating powerhouse Match Group, which owns Tinder and Hinge, said it's no longer investing heavily in plans for a metaverse dating experience.

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The Federal Reserve is playing with fire as recession risk rises, says the top strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management. Here are 4 ways investors can protect their money.
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The Federal Reserve is playing with fire as recession risk rises, says the top strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management. Here are 4 ways investors can protect their money.

David Kelly, the chief global strategist at JPMorgan Asset Management, shared his investing outlook. Here's how to invest now as recession risk rises.

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Some housing markets 'slam the brakes' while the value of investments in other cities stays strong

Some housing markets 'slam the brakes' while the value of investments in other cities stays strong

A Black Knight analyst says popular West Coast real estate markets are slowing, while Redfin data reveals some under-appreciated locales stay strong.

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Burned by big losses, crypto investors are going to court. Legal experts break down the top tactics being used to win some of that money back.
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Burned by big losses, crypto investors are going to court. Legal experts break down the top tactics being used to win some of that money back.

Insider spoke to experts about legal options to recover crypto losses, from securities class actions to shelling out for a confidential arbitration.

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I gained 3 million TikTok followers by talking about movies. Here's how I schedule my content so I can still work full-time.

I gained 3 million TikTok followers by talking about movies. Here's how I schedule my content so I can still work full-time.

Juju Green's "Straw Hat Goofy" TikTok account has 3.1 million followers. He tells Insider how he learned what works and what doesn't on the app.

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Welcome to the Great Salary Convergence — a seismic shift in the way you're going to get paid
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Welcome to the Great Salary Convergence — a seismic shift in the way you're going to get paid

White-collar salaries across the US are closing in on those in San Francisco, as remote work drives up paychecks in mid-size cities by as much as 24%.

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The 2022 job market is like the Wild West. Here are 5 ways employees can manage their careers right now.

The 2022 job market is like the Wild West. Here are 5 ways employees can manage their careers right now.

Recession fears, layoffs, and hiring freezes may make it seem like navigating your career is harder than ever before, but it's still possible.

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3 reasons Google is struggling to kill the tracking cookie
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3 reasons Google is struggling to kill the tracking cookie

A mixture of regulator intervention, industry skepticism, and a tough macro environment leads some experts to predict further delays are in store.

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A veteran fund manager and author lays out why tech stocks are actually much cheaper than they appear — and explains the best strategy to calculate what they're really worth
Garvin Jabusch is beating 99% of his fund manager peers by buying innovative companies with real world purposes. He told us about the green energy and tech stocks he's bought as the market slumped.
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Garvin Jabusch is beating 99% of his fund manager peers by buying innovative companies with real world purposes. He told us about the green energy and tech stocks he's bought as the market slumped.

Garvin Jabusch of Green Alpha Advisors has out-returned 99% of his peers for the last 3 years. He told Insider how he's positioning for the future.

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