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Women Are Sharing The Most Inappropriate Thing A Man's Said To Them In A Professional Setting, And Now I Need To Go Touch Grass
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People Are Sharing Their Go-To Answers To Tricky Interview Questions, And I'm Filing These Away For Later
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- Poets & Quants
Rakshit Reddy has begun his second year in the Babson Olin MBA program. He was already a highly successful entrepreneur before starting the program in 2021. Courtesy photo Rakshit Nadiga Hanumantha Reddy is, by ... The post Why An Already-Successful Indian Entrepreneur Chose Babson For His MBA appeared first on Poets&Quants.
- LA Times
Whether it's going back to work part time, moving in with roommates or making do with less, older Americans are getting creative about retirement.
- Motley Fool
Roth IRAs come with higher contribution limits when you turn 50, but make sure you qualify and that it aligns with your goals.
- Raleigh News and Observer
The chain has several locations in the state.
Many young people shouldn’t save for retirement, says research based on a Nobel Prize-winning theory
New research based on the life-cycle model says that people should strive for a consistent standard of living through their lives.
- Business Insider
I got paid to test 'Survivor' challenges. It's like competing, but you stay in resorts instead of the wild.
On Survivor's "Dream Team," Heimata Hall tested gameplay like a contestant. He also got front-row seats to much of the show's island filming.
Just when we thought Americans were going to get some relief from high prices at the pump, Californians got hit hard with a jump. As of Sept. 30, California is paying an average of $6.29 -- much...
Is working a second job on the side, sometimes in secret, unethical?
- Motley Fool
If your entire retirement plan is built on maxing out your 401(k), I have some bad news: Contributing the annual maximum to your 401(k) doesn't guarantee a comfortable retirement. Read on to learn four reasons why maxing out your 401(k) may not be enough, and what you can do about it.
- Hilton Head Island Packet
Watch the hurricane arrive in real time.
"I Needed To Make Sure My Résumé Was Read": This Woman Printed Her Résumé On A Cake And Sent It To Nike, And The Internet Is Divided
"A résumé sits in a stack of hundreds of others. I needed a way to make sure my résumé was read."View Entire Post ›
In a blow to the NRA, judge allows New York's attorney general to seek a court-imposed monitor and demand Wayne LaPierre forfeit millions
NY AG Letitia James gets a green light to seek financial monitoring for the NRA and to pursue multi-million-dollar penalties from CEO Wayne LaPierre.
- Forkast News
The price of XRP rose after a U.S. federal judge Thursday overruled the Securities and Exchange Commission’s (SEC) objections to orders that asked the securities watchdog to disclose drafts of a 2018 speech made by former agency director William Hinman, in its lawsuit against Ripple Labs Inc. See related article: SEC files brief on Hinman […]
- Associated Press
A New York City man is suing an Atlantic City casino, its parent company and its online betting partner, alleging he was repeatedly disconnected while gambling online, and was given payments to prevent him from reporting the malfunctions to New Jersey gambling regulators during a nine-month span in which he wagered over $29 million. Sam Antar says he is a compulsive gambler — a fact he says was well-known to defendants in the case including the Borgata casino, MGM Resorts International, and its online partner Entain.
- Associated Press
The New York attorney general’s lawsuit accusing Donald Trump and his company of fraud has been assigned to a state court judge who repeatedly ruled against the former president in related subpoena disputes — including holding him in contempt, fining him $110,000 and forcing him to sit for a deposition. Trump’s lawyers are objecting to Manhattan Judge Arthur Engoron’s continued involvement and accused Attorney General Letitia James’ office of attempting to “judge shop” because, in paperwork seeking assignment of a judge, it noted Engoron's knowledge of the case and linked the lawsuit and subpoena disputes as "related" matters. In a letter Thursday to the court's administrative judge, Trump lawyer Alina Habba argued that the lawsuit should instead be assigned to the court’s Commercial Division, which is set up to handle complex corporate litigation.