Elon Musk called out Twitter over 2016 Hillary Clinton tweet linking the Trump Organization to a Russian bank

"That tweet is a Clinton campaign hoax for which their campaign lawyer is undergoing a criminal trial," Musk tweeted.
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Elon Musk called out Twitter over 2016 Hillary Clinton tweet linking the Trump Organization to a Russian bank

Elon Musk called out Twitter over 2016 Hillary Clinton tweet linking the Trump Organization to a Russian bank

"That tweet is a Clinton campaign hoax for which their campaign lawyer is undergoing a criminal trial," Musk tweeted.

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The top investment strategist at JPMorgan Private Bank explains why the US will dodge a recession even as the housing market inevitably slows — and makes portfolio suggestions for a period of 19% upside in stocks
An NYC townhouse that's been in the same family for 115 years is now on the market for $13 million — take a look inside

An NYC townhouse that's been in the same family for 115 years is now on the market for $13 million — take a look inside

"The house has been occupied by the same family, generation after generation, since 1907," the listing agent told Insider.

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I interviewed with Amazon 8 times before they hired me. Here's what the notoriously difficult interview loop was like and how I nailed it.
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I interviewed with Amazon 8 times before they hired me. Here's what the notoriously difficult interview loop was like and how I nailed it.

Tara Larsen, a former executive assistant at big tech companies like Amazon and Microsoft, shares what her 8 interviews were like, step by step.

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I spent 17 months working remotely during the pandemic. Now I'm back in the office and love my job again

I spent 17 months working remotely during the pandemic. Now I'm back in the office and love my job again

I started a new job in August 2020. It wasn't until January 2022 that I finally moved to London and went to the office for the first time.

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'The pain isn't over yet'. The investing chief of a $1 billion digital asset manager expects stocks to fall another 30% - and says the sell-off could cause bitcoin to plummet below $22,000
Remote work is making homes more expensive

Remote work is making homes more expensive

Working from home is helping fuel a new American Dream of not being tied to the office — but it's also driving demand for homes and higher prices.

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Proof of work versus proof of stake: The 28-year-old founder of the platform powering El Salvador's bitcoin payments tells us 3 reasons why the former is life-changing technology while the latter solves no 'real-world problems'
Should you buy a house In 2022? Sure, as long as the mortgage doesn’t bust your budget.
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Should you buy a house In 2022? Sure, as long as the mortgage doesn’t bust your budget.

Home prices will likely slow, but the US is still short on supply and five months into the year, mortgage rates have already surpassed expectations.

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Goldman Sachs lays out the case for investing more of your money in real assets — and reveals which ones it's most bullish on as the stock market crashes
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Goldman Sachs lays out the case for investing more of your money in real assets — and reveals which ones it's most bullish on as the stock market crashes

Goldman Sachs lays out the case for investing in real assets and reveals which ones it's most bullish on as the stock market struggles.

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