To fight sky-high inflation, the Federal Reserve just raised interest rates three times faster than usual — and the most since since 1994

The central bank lifted its benchmark interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point on Wednesday, furthering its effort to cool inflation.
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To fight sky-high inflation, the Federal Reserve just raised interest rates three times faster than usual — and the most since since 1994

To fight sky-high inflation, the Federal Reserve just raised interest rates three times faster than usual — and the most since since 1994

The central bank lifted its benchmark interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point on Wednesday, furthering its effort to cool inflation.

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An entrepreneur who turned his side hustle selling items on Amazon into a full-time job shares 5 things that always fly off the shelves
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An entrepreneur who turned his side hustle selling items on Amazon into a full-time job shares 5 things that always fly off the shelves

If you've ever thought about making money by selling stuff on Amazon, Neil Lassen has found products like coloring books and puzzles always sell well.

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Retailers are building their own ad businesses to compete with Amazon. Here's the latest news on Walmart, Instacart, and more.

Retailers are building their own ad businesses to compete with Amazon. Here's the latest news on Walmart, Instacart, and more.

Companies like Walmart, Target, and Instacart are building advertising businesses to boost their margins and capitalize on the online shopping boom.

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The housing market is quickly cooling off after years of price gains and bidding wars. Here's what's happening and why.
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The housing market is quickly cooling off after years of price gains and bidding wars. Here's what's happening and why.

The housing market looks very different all of a sudden. Mortgage rates are spiking and a once-hot market is turning cold, experts told Insider.

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Anti-LGBTQ incidents and bills are weighing on the queer community. Consultants and activists share meaningful ways employers can help workers.

Anti-LGBTQ incidents and bills are weighing on the queer community. Consultants and activists share meaningful ways employers can help workers.

Some members of the queer community want their managers to offer more support amid anti-LGBTQ news events, LinkedIn found.

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BlackRock bond chief Rick Rieder says the Fed won't stop raising interest rates until it's clear that the job market is cooling. Here's how he's trading an increasingly volatile market in his $2.6 trillion portfolio.
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Crypto is in a tailspin. Experts recommend these 27 books to anyone who wants to become a smarter investor and better understand digital currencies.
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Crypto is in a tailspin. Experts recommend these 27 books to anyone who wants to become a smarter investor and better understand digital currencies.

We asked 15 leading crypto experts for their top book recommendations to help investors get smarter on understanding the crypto world.

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Investors pumped billions of dollars into rapid delivery firms. Now, Europe's once red-hot startups are slashing jobs in a race to profitability.
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Investors pumped billions of dollars into rapid delivery firms. Now, Europe's once red-hot startups are slashing jobs in a race to profitability.

The sector has been tipped for a "bloodbath" as European startups in the sector cut more than 1,700 jobs in a week.

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Summertime childcare is a logistical and financial headache for working parents — and the pandemic has made it worse. Here's how employers can help.
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Summertime childcare is a logistical and financial headache for working parents — and the pandemic has made it worse. Here's how employers can help.

The average cost of day camp has doubled to $178 a day, and some camps have cut back summer activities due to staffing shortages. Employers can help.

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