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Malcolm Gladwell says it’s ‘not in your best interest to work from home.’ Nearly 20 years ago he said he ‘hates desks’ and writes from his couch
Gladwell, the author of “The Tipping Point,” said it was “not in your best interest” to “just sit in your pajamas in your bedroom.”
I’ve analyzed the profit margins of 30,000 gas stations. Here’s the proof fuel retailers are not to blame for high gas prices
Rewards company Upside says its data shows fuel retailers aren't to blame for high prices at the pump.
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Crypto markets have 'found a floor' as anticipation builds that Ethereum merge is viable in 2022, JPMorgan says
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The scope of the job cuts is currently unclear as managers are still planning it for their teams, the report said, adding that the Snapchat-owner has more than 6,000 employees. Snap declined to comment when contacted by Reuters. The development comes as technology companies, crypto exchanges and financial firms cut jobs and slow hiring as global economic growth slows due to higher interest rates, red-hot inflation and an energy crisis in Europe.
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The bank's tracking methods have unnerved some employees and has led to rumors and fear among the rank-and-file.
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Home goods retailer HomeSense is working on plans for its first store in Florida, located at the Sawgrass Mills mall in Sunrise. The City Commission on Aug. 9 will consider a site plan revision that would make way for the new store at 12801 W. Sunrise Blvd. The application by mall owner Simon Property Group (NYSE: SPG) says 33,710 square feet of space at the northeast corner of the mall would be renovated to house HomeSense. The mall owner would create a new entrance so shoppers outside the mall could enter directly into HomeSense.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The U.S. Commerce Department on Tuesday accused Far East Cable, China's largest wire and cable manufacturer, of violating U.S. export controls related to shipments of telecommunications equipment to Iran. Far East Cable entered into an agreement in 2013 to buy equipment from Chinese telecommunications equipment maker ZTE Corp. and then contracted with Iranian companies to supply telecommunications equipment and parts, the Commerce Department said in a charging letter. It accused Far East Cable of 18 violations of U.S. export controls between September 2014 to January 2016.
(Bloomberg) -- India seeks to restrict Chinese smartphone makers from selling devices cheaper than 12,000 rupees ($150) to kickstart its faltering domestic industry, dealing a blow to brands including Xiaomi Corp.Most Read from BloombergTrump Under Intense Legal Scrutiny After FBI Searches Mar-a-LagoUK Plans for Blackouts in January in Emergency Energy PlanTrump Search Was Unprecedented, But Records Case Will Be ToughRussia Is Scouring the Globe for Weapons to Use Against UkraineHome Inventory S
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Carlos Ortiz has withdrawn from the antitrust lawsuit that was filed last week by a group of LIV Golf players.
NEW DELHI (Reuters) -India is seeking to restrict Chinese companies from its sub-$150 phone market in a bid to revive the prospects of domestic players, Bloomberg News reported on Monday, citing unidentified sources. The move would be a blow to Chinese companies such as Xiaomi, according to the report https://bloom.bg/3QbVvAu. The plans coincide with rising concerns in India about Chinese brands undercutting local smartphone makers, it added.
Federal regulators said Monday they are satisfied with changes Boeing has made in the production of its 787 Dreamliner passenger jet, clearing the way for the company to resume deliveries to airline customers “in the coming days.” The Federal Aviation Administration announcement confirmed reports late last month and came days after the agency’s acting chief met with safety inspectors who oversee Boeing. The FAA said acting Administrator Billy Nolen wanted to hear about steps Boeing has taken to fix manufacturing problems and ensure independence for Boeing employees who work with regulators.
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"We forecast that US retail fuel prices will rally into year-end," Goldman Sachs analysts said, in unwelcome news for American drivers.
MOSCOW (Reuters) -Ukraine has suspended Russian oil pipeline flows to parts of central Europe since early this month because Western sanctions prevented it from accepting transit fees from Moscow, Russian pipeline monopoly Transneft said on Tuesday. Flows along the southern route of the Druzhba pipeline have been affected while the northern route serving Poland and Germany remains uninterrupted. The suspension of pipeline flows on Tuesday will hit countries such as Slovakia, Hungary and the Czech Republic, which all rely heavily on Russian crude and have limited ability to import alternative supply by sea.
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Gasoline prices extend their slide, with the national average dipping below $4 a gallon for the first time since March, according to one tracking service.
Toyota Motor Corp said it would suspend the night shift operation on Tuesday at one production line at its factory in central Japan due to an outbreak of COVID-19, after it suspended operations there also on Monday night. The suspension comes as the Japanese automaker seeks to boost its production in earnest after COVID-19 lockdowns in China and a global chip shortage forced it to repeatedly scale back output in the April-June quarter, falling about 10% short of its initially planned target. A total of 16 workers at the Tsutsumi plant in Aichi Prefecture were infected with COVID, making it hard for the company to secure enough workers for operations, the company said in a statement on Tuesday.
Half of Gen Z see no point in saving until things get back to "normal" — here's what they're doing with their money instead
Some Gen Zers are abandoning financial caution to invest in themselves and experiences instead.