I saved over $1 million for retirement by age 48. Here are 5 strategies I followed religiously to make it happen.

No matter how difficult it was, Tanya Taylor says she always contributed the maximum amount to her employer-funded retirement plan each year.
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I saved over $1 million for retirement by age 48. Here are 5 strategies I followed religiously to make it happen.

I saved over $1 million for retirement by age 48. Here are 5 strategies I followed religiously to make it happen.

No matter how difficult it was, Tanya Taylor says she always contributed the maximum amount to her employer-funded retirement plan each year.

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I left Silicon Valley because tech 'hustle culture' was too much for me to handle
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I left Silicon Valley because tech 'hustle culture' was too much for me to handle

Mayuko Inoue left Netflix for her mental health and says that tech's 'work hard, play hard' mentality is damaging.

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The dramatic untold story of what happened inside Apple after Steve Jobs died and Tim Cook and Jony Ive took over is told in a new book

The dramatic untold story of what happened inside Apple after Steve Jobs died and Tim Cook and Jony Ive took over is told in a new book

More than 200 current and former Apple execs were interviewed for Tripp Mickle's "After Steve: How Apple Became a Trillion-Dollar Company and Lost Its Soul."

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Move-to-earn token STEPN surged 920% since its March launch. A crypto VC at a $120 million fund shares 2 alternatives to watch that have solid business models  — and explains why he refuses to backstop projects
Some Millennials and Gen Z have hit an 'apocalyptic' phase in which they don't see the point in saving for the future

Some Millennials and Gen Z have hit an 'apocalyptic' phase in which they don't see the point in saving for the future

Some younger workers aren't betting on the future. Instead, they're spending on right now.

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2 professors explain how the best employees excel at remote work and what's at stake when you don't have a strong online presence
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2 professors explain how the best employees excel at remote work and what's at stake when you don't have a strong online presence

Professors Paul Leonardi and Tsedal Neeley give a step-by-step guide on how to keep your team thinking of you — even when they can't see you.

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Inflation isn't going away any time soon and the Fed may have to clamp down on it even harder. Here's what Wall Street experts including Bill Gross think

Inflation isn't going away any time soon and the Fed may have to clamp down on it even harder. Here's what Wall Street experts including Bill Gross think

Some market watchers believe there's a case for the Fed to act even tougher on rates to cool down stubbornly high inflation.

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The chief market strategist at a $5 billion firm shares 7 stocks to tactically play the market for long- and short-term gains in anticipation of a 2023 recession
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The chief market strategist at a $5 billion firm shares 7 stocks to tactically play the market for long- and short-term gains in anticipation of a 2023 recession

Investors should make "opportunistic" adjustments in the short term, but focus on high-growth, cash-flush firms across three sectors in the long run.

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Rising oil prices are just a sliver of what's to come, says an energy expert. He breaks down the top 3 things investors need to understand in the face of an upcoming unprecedented energy crisis, and how to play the market.
How to be more persuasive at work without falling into the trap of trying to be everyone's friend
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How to be more persuasive at work without falling into the trap of trying to be everyone's friend

Being influential at work is important — but not everyone finds it easy. Here's how to improve your persuasion skills in the workplace.

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