Donald Trump can't say where 12 former executive assistants are; the NY AG is giving him 'til Friday to figure it out.

NY Attorney General Letitia James is giving him 'til Friday to explain why a dozen one-time secretaries — who she'd like to question — are AWOL.
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Donald Trump can't say where 12 former executive assistants are; the NY AG is giving him 'til Friday to figure it out.

Donald Trump can't say where 12 former executive assistants are; the NY AG is giving him 'til Friday to figure it out.

NY Attorney General Letitia James is giving him 'til Friday to explain why a dozen one-time secretaries — who she'd like to question — are AWOL.

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A 25-year Wall Street veteran says 'choppy seas' are still ahead even as recession concerns ease. He lays out a growing risk heading into summer that could send food prices surging — and 4 strategies to hedge these conditions.
Corporate America's advice to college grads: 'Choose your first employer wisely'

Corporate America's advice to college grads: 'Choose your first employer wisely'

The Class of 2022 can expect more job options and higher pay, but C-suite executives advise there's more to consider than just money.

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WATCH: A software developer who begged people to buy $1 of bitcoin in 2013 shares 3 cryptos investors should be stacking up during this bear market — and drops new predictions, including why other layer-1s could plunge
Outgoing Meta COO Sheryl Sandberg says she'll be focusing on philanthropy and women's issues next amid Roe v. Wade concerns: Fortune

Outgoing Meta COO Sheryl Sandberg says she'll be focusing on philanthropy and women's issues next amid Roe v. Wade concerns: Fortune

Sandberg said last month that the right to abortion is fundamental, after a report said that the Supreme Court was poised to overturn Roe v. Wade.

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The founder of a $3.2 billion Tiger Global-backed blockchain infrastructure startup with clients like Citibank breaks down how the company survived 2 crypto bear markets – and explains 3 ways investors can make it through volatile trading cycles
Private businesses added 128,000 jobs in May, marking the smallest gain of the pandemic recovery

Private businesses added 128,000 jobs in May, marking the smallest gain of the pandemic recovery

Last month's job creation reflected a slowdown from April's pace, signaling the economic recovery is starting to cool amid rising interest rates.

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A millennial who saved $1 million to quit his day job at 29 explains why he didn't max out his 401(k) plan — and how he invested instead
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A millennial who saved $1 million to quit his day job at 29 explains why he didn't max out his 401(k) plan — and how he invested instead

Tyler Wright put less than $10,000 in his 401(k) plan. "Then, I focused almost all of my stock investing within brokerage accounts," he said.

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Here are 3 reasons why the crypto market is dipping, according to Bitcoin IRA cofounder
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Here are 3 reasons why the crypto market is dipping, according to Bitcoin IRA cofounder

Chris Kline, the co-founder of Bitcoin IRA, explains the reasons behind the crypto market crash, including the collapse of Terra Luna.

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A new type of ETF is having a moment this year as stocks and bonds both sell off. One of the largest providers of buffered ETFs told us how they work and why investors love them now.
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A new type of ETF is having a moment this year as stocks and bonds both sell off. One of the largest providers of buffered ETFs told us how they work and why investors love them now.

Buffered ETFs, which are designed to minimize or wipe out investors' downside when stocks are falling, have provided some clear protection in 2022.

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