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You can't use Apple Maps offline — here are the 4 best alternatives for navigating without an internet connection

You can't use Apple Maps offline — here are the 4 best alternatives for navigating without an internet connection

You can't use Apple Maps offline, so you need to use a different app for navigation if you don't have a connection.

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"I have so much outrageous discretionary spending on stupid stuff": Here's how a Big Law attorney making 500K in a year spends his money

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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Employers helped pay off student loans for 4% of workers — and the ones who make the most money were most likely to see relief

Employers helped pay off student loans for 4% of workers — and the ones who make the most money were most likely to see relief

If you want your employer to pay off or help relieve your student loan debt, you probably want to be in the top 10% of earners.

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BANK OF AMERICA: Markets are highly volatile - so invest in these 23 stocks primed to deliver long-term returns
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BANK OF AMERICA: Markets are highly volatile - so invest in these 23 stocks primed to deliver long-term returns

Interest rate rises and inflation uncertainty are driving up volatility, so investors should load up on longer-term stocks, according to the bank.

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Selling Pokémon cards and other collectibles made this 25-year-old $345,000 in annual revenue. Here's how to start investing in trading cards.

Selling Pokémon cards and other collectibles made this 25-year-old $345,000 in annual revenue. Here's how to start investing in trading cards.

An entrepreneur who made $345,000 in annual revenue selling collectibles like Pokémon cards gave Insider his tips for investing in trading cards.

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Investors should buy these 3 low-cost, dividend-rich funds to maximize their returns as inflation rages and income from other parts of the stock market dries up, says Morningstar's director of global ETF research
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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2 investors who make thousands in passive income each month explain how to build a strong dividend portfolio
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2 investors who make thousands in passive income each month explain how to build a strong dividend portfolio

Two financial bloggers and investors who make a passive income with their six-figure portfolios shared how they analyze dividend stocks.

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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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Space quests to Mars, learning from NASA scientists and writing algorithms. Here's how metaverse gaming startup Royelles wants to help teach young girls about STEM.
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Space quests to Mars, learning from NASA scientists and writing algorithms. Here's how metaverse gaming startup Royelles wants to help teach young girls about STEM.

Launched by a mother of two, Royelles wants young girls and nonbinary children ages 6 to 12 to get excited about science, math and design algorithms.

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