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U.S. Job Quality is as Important as Job Quantity
Despite positive unemployment news, many American jobs really don’t pay well. They’ve been declining in quality – when measured in relative weekly…
Jeff Bezos' phone was reportedly hacked by the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, in a new twist to the saga of his dramatic divorce — here's everything we know so far
The wild saga includes a leak of Bezos' nude photos, an alleged WhatsApp hack linked to the Saudi government, and an international investigation.
Dawn Of A Decade: What Tech Can Do, What Tech Should Do
This interview is part of a partnership between Business Insider and Microsoft at the 2020 World Economic Forum. Business Insider editors independently decid...
World Economic Forum Annual Meeting
World Economic Forum
The World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos-Klosters is the foremost creative force for engaging the world's top leaders in collaborative activities to shape the global, regional and industry agendas at the beginning of each year. In this...
McKinsey recruiters reveal exactly how to nail the interview and case study to land a 6-figure job at the consulting firm
The consulting firm is hiring a more diverse class of applicants than ever before. Here's how to secure your spot.
I lived in a micro-suite in Los Angeles for six months. Here's what it taught me about space and necessity.
My micro-suite served its purpose of giving me a place to come home to, but it also made me see living space and necessity in a new light.
The world's 2,153 billionaires are richer than 4.6 billion people combined, Oxfam says | Markets Insider
The world's 2,153 billionaires have more wealth than 4.6 billion people combined, Oxfam's latest report on inequality found. The richest 1% are ...
New York Times Editorial Board Endorses Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren
The decision to endorse two candidates was a significant break with convention. The board said it reflected the Democratic Party’s “radical” and “realist” models.
Sadiq Khan says Boris Johnson should stop being 'obsessed with trying to please America' and just tell Trump he's wrong
"What we should be doing is saying 'you know what, your views on women I don't agree with, your views on immigrants and Mexicans I don't agree with".
A video of medics in Hazmat suits scanning plane passengers for China's mysterious Wuhan virus is stoking fears of a global epidemic
The Wuhan virus has spread to Beijing, Shenzhen, Thailand, Japan, and South Korea. Not much is known about the illness, which is likened to SARS.
What Housing Crisis? In Japan, Home Prices Stay Flat
Over the past two decades, home prices in some leading U.S. and European cities have skyrocketed. In Tokyo, they are going nowhere.
When a Promotion Leads to Divorce
People cling to the traditional notion that career success is a male drama in which women must do their best in a supporting role.
36 rare vintage Corvettes found in a Manhattan garage after they were abandoned for decades will be raffled off for charity
Corvette Heroes is hosting The Lost Corvettes sweepstakes, giving away 36 Corvettes from what it calls the "greatest barn find in automotive history."
House Lays Out Case for Trump’s Conviction Days Before Senate Trial
Michael D. Shear
The lengthy legal brief from Democratic lawmakers is the opening volley in a high-stakes trial only seen twice before in history. The president’s lawyers are expected to respond to the charges soon.
Live updates: SpaceX just launched and intentionally exploded a rocket for NASA to test a spaceship abort system
The Falcon 9 rocket is designed to turn off and, later, explode in mid-flight. This will put SpaceX's new Crew Dragon spaceship to the ultimate test.
Capt. ‘Sully’ Sullenberger: Like Joe Biden, I Once Stuttered, Too. I Dare You to Mock Me.
The retired pilot responds to recent comments from the president’s daughter-in-law, Lara Trump, on the way the former vice president talks.
Inside iHeartMedia's recent job cuts, which laid-off employees say sacrificed local radio programming
As iHeartMedia restructures amid its push for modernization, layoffs hit local radio stations hardest.
The Netherlands has universal health insurance — and it’s all private
How the Dutch harnessed the market to cover everybody.
My name is Mischa Gelb. I'm a helicopter pilot and the owner of the helicopter flight school called BC Helicopters. In this channel I plan to introducing peo...
Once again, Tribune wants veteran journalists to leave. Here’s why we haven’t ... yet. | Commentary
The Orlando Sentinel’s parent company, Tribune, is offering veteran journalists like me buyouts to walk away from our jobs. This may be the most tempting offer yet.
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