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Elon Musk dares Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to poll her Twitter followers on whether they’re more wary of politicians or billionaires

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Elon Musk dares Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to poll her Twitter followers on whether they're more wary of politicians or billionaires

Elon Musk dares Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to poll her Twitter followers on whether they’re more wary of politicians or billionaires

Musk’s taunt comes after Ocasio-Cortez said she would ditch her Tesla for another electric car that was made by unionized workers.

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Inside the little-known tool that gives JPMorgan Chase the power to collect data about everything its employees do at work
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Inside the little-known tool that gives JPMorgan Chase the power to collect data about everything its employees do at work

Employees at America’s largest bank by assets tell Insider that their fears over constant monitoring have stoked rumors and suspicion within the firm.

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A recession could end the Great Resignation and cut workers' bargaining power, warn business leaders at Davos

A recession could end the Great Resignation and cut workers’ bargaining power, warn business leaders at Davos

Employees have been using pandemic upheaval to demand higher wages and better conditions, but an economic downturn may alter the balance of power.

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A top-ranked manager runs a $225 billion wealth giant. He says high-risk assets are 'dead and buried' while the red-hot housing market is set to cool — but it won't tip us into a recession for 3 reasons.
Shareholders subjected the female CEO of insurance giant Aviva to multiple sexist comments at AGM that left board chair 'flabbergasted'

Shareholders subjected the female CEO of insurance giant Aviva to multiple sexist comments at AGM that left board chair ‘flabbergasted’

One investor at Aviva’s AGM said that its CEO Amanda Blanc is “not the man for the job,” the company confirmed to Insider.

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'There's blood in the water.' Venture investors see a wave of startup acquisitions as funding dries up and dealmakers hunt for bargains.
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‘There’s blood in the water.’ Venture investors see a wave of startup acquisitions as funding dries up and dealmakers hunt for bargains.

With the bull run over, big tech M&A activity is about to occur: 8 investors, bankers explain why most startups “are not going to exit as unicorns.”

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When Amazon drones crashed, the company told the FAA to go fly a kite

When Amazon drones crashed, the company told the FAA to go fly a kite

Amazon is pushing to launch the first version of its drone program by mid-2024, and aims to expand test deliveries to 1,300 customers this year.

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The inside story of how inflation is roiling Amazon's empire: Shrinking margins, slowing demand, and surging employee attrition
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The inside story of how inflation is roiling Amazon’s empire: Shrinking margins, slowing demand, and surging employee attrition

Internal documents and employees who spoke to Insider shed light on the challenges Amazon has faced in the current inflationary environment.

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One of Bank of America's top performers explains how he turned a part-time teller job into extending yacht loans to the super-rich
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One of Bank of America’s top performers explains how he turned a part-time teller job into extending yacht loans to the super-rich

Paul Yates entered the job market during the Great Recession. Here is how he worked his way up from teller to a top Millennial private banker.

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Uber and DoorDash drivers are getting less help from the companies as gas prices soar
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Uber and DoorDash drivers are getting less help from the companies as gas prices soar

In recent weeks the companies informed delivery drivers they would no longer offer programs to offset the high costs of gas.

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