Volodymyr Zelenskyy embodies resilience. It's one of multiple traits business leaders can mimic in tough times.

Like presidents, CEOs have immense global power and responsibility. They should take notes on how the Ukrainian chief has been leading, experts said.
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Volodymyr Zelenskyy embodies resilience. It's one of multiple traits business leaders can mimic in tough times.

Volodymyr Zelenskyy embodies resilience. It's one of multiple traits business leaders can mimic in tough times.

Like presidents, CEOs have immense global power and responsibility. They should take notes on how the Ukrainian chief has been leading, experts said.

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A top stock picker at $10 trillion BlackRock shares 3 places to invest now to beat soaring inflation and recession risks
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A top stock picker at $10 trillion BlackRock shares 3 places to invest now to beat soaring inflation and recession risks

BlackRock's Tony DeSpirito offers a two-pronged strategy for succeeding in today's inflationary, low-growth environment.

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20 high-paying, growing jobs that only need a high school diploma

20 high-paying, growing jobs that only need a high school diploma

These jobs require a high school diploma or equivalent, pay more than the median annual wage, and are projected to grow over the decade.

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A 19-year-old college student who made $38,700 selling clothes on Poshmark explains how she finds inventory for $10 or less
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A 19-year-old college student who made $38,700 selling clothes on Poshmark explains how she finds inventory for $10 or less

Janae Smith started selling clothes from her closet on Poshmark in 2019. She gets most of her inventory from the bargain bins at liquidation stores.

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Railroad stocks rise as tentative deal averts planned labor strike by thousands of rail workers

Railroad stocks rise as tentative deal averts planned labor strike by thousands of rail workers

The Association of American Railroads estimated a labor strike by thousands of workers could have cost the US economy more than $2 billion a day.

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Private credit is booming as dealmaking dries up. Here's how managers like BlackRock and Owl Rock are taking advantage of the hot market.
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Private credit is booming as dealmaking dries up. Here's how managers like BlackRock and Owl Rock are taking advantage of the hot market.

Owl Rock is seeing opportunities within businesses that don't have access to the IPO market, while BlackRock is focusing on tech and healthcare firms.

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Microsoft executive says the economic environment is 'arguably the most uncertain we've seen in decades'

Microsoft executive says the economic environment is 'arguably the most uncertain we've seen in decades'

Executives from Microsoft, Qualcomm, Dell, and Western Digital shared sobering views on the economy, but no one is freaking out.

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Giants like Amazon and Walmart are gearing up to spend hundreds of billions on electric trucks, and a new startup from Faraday Future and Canoo alums has a fresh approach to cashing in
These two pilots were laid off during the pandemic. Now, they've launched a startup that aims to help decarbonize the aviation industry.
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These two pilots were laid off during the pandemic. Now, they've launched a startup that aims to help decarbonize the aviation industry.

The Copenhagen-based startup, founded in 2020, provides insights on various flying techniques and offers environmentally-friendly alternatives.

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Adobe's $20 billion deal to buy Figma is one of the biggest ever for a venture-backed startup. Early VC investors like Index Ventures, Greylock, and Kleiner Perkins stand to win big.
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Adobe's $20 billion deal to buy Figma is one of the biggest ever for a venture-backed startup. Early VC investors like Index Ventures, Greylock, and Kleiner Perkins stand to win big.

Adobe is buying Figma for $20 billion, double what the startup was worth in 2020. Early investors like Index and Greylock are set for big payoffs.

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