Sheryl Sandberg's complicated legacy holds key lessons for leaders on what they can do to boost diversity at the top

The outgoing Meta COO, Sheryl Sandberg, wasn't perfect, but leaders can learn from both her pioneering work and her shortcomings, experts say.
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Sheryl Sandberg's complicated legacy holds key lessons for leaders on what they can do to boost diversity at the top

Sheryl Sandberg's complicated legacy holds key lessons for leaders on what they can do to boost diversity at the top

The outgoing Meta COO, Sheryl Sandberg, wasn't perfect, but leaders can learn from both her pioneering work and her shortcomings, experts say.

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Fine dining, firearms, and mail-order wine: As a Big Law attorney making $500,000 a year, here's how I spend $2,909 in a week
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Fine dining, firearms, and mail-order wine: As a Big Law attorney making $500,000 a year, here's how I spend $2,909 in a week

Insider interviewed a lawyer in Dallas who makes half a million dollars a year and no longer has any student-loan debt. Here's how he spends his money

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37% of Google Maps results for abortion services in trigger states directed people to fake clinics, nonprofit says

37% of Google Maps results for abortion services in trigger states directed people to fake clinics, nonprofit says

The Center for Countering Digital Hate found out of a total 70 results for abortion services on Google Maps, 26 directed users to fake clinics.

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Invest in real estate for as little as $100 with Arrived, a startup that allows buyers to co-own rental properties and plans to expand aggressively this year
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Invest in real estate for as little as $100 with Arrived, a startup that allows buyers to co-own rental properties and plans to expand aggressively this year

After raising $25 million in funding, Arrived plans to offer co-ownership of long- and short-term rental homes in 40 cities from Alabama to Colorado.

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Crypto.com says it will lay off 260 employees, joining the downsizing wave hitting crypto exchanges

Crypto.com says it will lay off 260 employees, joining the downsizing wave hitting crypto exchanges

In 2021, Crypto.com paid $100 million to have Matt Damon as its spokesperson and spent a reported $700 million to rename LA's Staples Center.

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9 vacation hot spots that are leveling Airbnbs with regulations and restrictions to curb the surge of short-term rentals
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9 vacation hot spots that are leveling Airbnbs with regulations and restrictions to curb the surge of short-term rentals

Locals and legislators in theses places are tired of noise, safety issues, and concerns that they drive up area home prices for renters and buyers.

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Cathie Wood's Ark Invest has seen all its gains wiped out in a nightmarish 2022 — but investors aren't losing faith

Cathie Wood's Ark Invest has seen all its gains wiped out in a nightmarish 2022 — but investors aren't losing faith

Analysts told Insider that Wood continues to appeal as "a sort of messiah figure" despite suffering heavy losses this year.

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History says to prepare for a 'fast and furious' market rally, according to the top US equity strategist at RBC Capital Markets — and 4 types of stocks will benefit most, including an overlooked group that's the cheapest it's been since the tech bubble
There's 'no question' that the economy has peaked, says a research-firm head who used to be Morgan Stanley's equity strategy chief — but investors should buy stocks in these 4 economically sensitive industries
A former Bolt engineer borrowed nearly $100,000 to exercise his stock options, and then he got laid off. Now he's on the hook for tens of thousands of dollars and believes an IPO could be 'years away, if ever.'
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