Bitcoin caught on quickly at El Zonte beach. Now, the entire country has adopted the cryptocurrency.
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Johnson & Johnson, McKesson, CBRE Group, and Cardinal Health recently posted job listings seeking workers in every US location "except Colorado."
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The most popular movies on Netflix this week include the animated children's film "Wish Dragon" and the thriller "Awake."
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Information like Social Security and passport numbers, addresses, and health data may have been accessed, the Associated Press reported.
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PACs representing Walmart, State Farm agents, McDonald's franchisees, and AT&T donated to the sponsors of the most severe anti-LGBTQ laws in the US.
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Huang talks about how she got into covering markets and what a day on her beat is like. She also has advice for crypto newbies.
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Chief people officer Lynne Oldham said Zoom conducts more interviews when hiring virtually to give candidates more of a window into the company.
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The role of CHRO is going to evolve with data, Dane Holmes, CEO and cofounder of HR software firm Eskalera, said during Insider's virtual event.
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“If you just go out and try to make money by starting a business, you’re going to come up with something that’s just like what everyone else has done.But if you look at the world and see opportunities that can be taken more seriously, then you come up with a great idea.”“The goal isn’t how much money you make but how much you help people.”“We’re in business to create a better tomorrow.If we live for one another, together we can change the world.”“Anyone can make a difference, so you don’t have to have it be some huge global campaign.In fact, he does seem to have coined or re-invented the word itself with a never-before idea of donating exactly the same quantity (or in the proximity) that he sells!Yes, his venture (although, no more associated to him) Toms, a for-profit maker of shoes, eyewear, coffee, apparel, and handbags which by its very vocal admission, uses a third of its profits for “grassroots good” which according to its website means “the result of a community mobilizing to address an issue they’re all impacted by, like services that are scarce, or statistics that are too high.In the company of a volunteer organization providing shoes to needy children, he spent days traveling between villages where in his own words to The Business Insider he said “I witnessed the intense pockets of poverty just outside the bustling capital.Yes, I knew somewhere in the back of my mind that poor children around the world often went barefoot, but now, for the first time, I saw the real effects of being shoeless: the blisters, the sores, the infections.”Back in the US, Mycoskie founded Shoes for Better Tomorrows.
The World Bank said it can't help El Salvador in its mission to make bitcoin legal tender, "given the environmental and transparency shortcomings."
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And Biden is poised to sign into law legislation making Juneteenth a national holiday.
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Small companies that have caught the attention of retails traders in recent months are having trouble getting them to participate in proxy voting.
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The top influencer news of the week includes how much money a TikTok creator with 1.6 million followers earns.
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Andrew Young, who formerly oversaw Operation Trojan Shield, told Insider a primary goal was to send a message to suspected criminals that encrypted technology will not protect them.
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In Senate Finance testimony, Treasury Sec. Janet Yellen said four major things predate the pandemic but have grown worse, and they're not healthy.
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Last month, Education Sec. Miguel Cardona said a further payment pause extension isn't "out of the question," but no further details were provided.
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A new Master your Money survey found that Americans are most likely to talk about current events and least likely to bring up finances with friends.
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Twitter's non-compliance with new rules may make it liable for tweets in India under the Information Technology Act 2000 and the Indian Penal Code.
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Nearly 40% of respondents were concerned about being pressured to certify election results during a chaotic year in which officials faced death threats.
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