Tesla fired its Singapore country manager, who was with the company just over one year, after Elon Musk warned of cutting 10% of the company's staff

Elon Musk recently told executives to pause hiring and that a 10% workforce reduction was coming, but later said total headcount would actually rise.
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Tesla fired its Singapore country manager, who was with the company just over one year, after Elon Musk warned of cutting 10% of the company's staff

Tesla fired its Singapore country manager, who was with the company just over one year, after Elon Musk warned of cutting 10% of the company's staff

Elon Musk recently told executives to pause hiring and that a 10% workforce reduction was coming, but later said total headcount would actually rise.

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Stocks still look expensive and might fall another 40% before they reach fair value, says GMO's cohead of asset allocation who has warned about a market bubble since 2013
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Stocks still look expensive and might fall another 40% before they reach fair value, says GMO's cohead of asset allocation who has warned about a market bubble since 2013

Stocks are now in a bear market, but Ben Inker of GMO says the bubble is just starting to pop. Here's why the S&P 500 could fall 40% further.

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4 common terms to avoid — and what to say and do instead — to build a more inclusive workplace

4 common terms to avoid — and what to say and do instead — to build a more inclusive workplace

A consultant for McDonald's, LinkedIn, and United Airlines shares how to best address identity at work — and the phrases to stop saying to employees.

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The stock market is tanking but UBS says companies targeting high income spenders could surge as much as 50%. Here are 38 stocks that fit the bill.
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The stock market is tanking but UBS says companies targeting high income spenders could surge as much as 50%. Here are 38 stocks that fit the bill.

Stocks are taking a beating at rates rise and inflation surges. UBS analysts highlight a pocket of the the market that could bring 50% upside.

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A housing crash is unlikely, but a correction could be around the corner. Here's the difference.

A housing crash is unlikely, but a correction could be around the corner. Here's the difference.

Spiking prices have quelled homebuyer demand — and that means the real estate market is bracing for a slowdown.

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A financial coach who books $8,000 a month shares 9 easy ways to earn passive income, including affiliate marketing and selling online courses
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A financial coach who books $8,000 a month shares 9 easy ways to earn passive income, including affiliate marketing and selling online courses

Lisa Andrea is a financial coach, blogger, and marketing expert. She shares 9 ways to make passive income and earn thousands of dollars a month.

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19 Amazon Prime-eligible gifts for Father's Day, all under $100

19 Amazon Prime-eligible gifts for Father's Day, all under $100

From bestselling tech devices to a kit to grow his own peppers, these Amazon Prime-eligible Father's Day gifts are all under $100.

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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
'I was caught off guard': 7 crypto influencers open up about the portfolio wreckage they've suffered in the crash — and how they're adjusting to their new reality
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'I was caught off guard': 7 crypto influencers open up about the portfolio wreckage they've suffered in the crash — and how they're adjusting to their new reality

Hyped crypto forecasts for $100,000 bitcoin and others were wrong. We followed up with seven influencers on why and asked them how they're doing.

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Morgan Stanley's stock chief breaks down why the S&P 500 is likely to fall another 9% before a bottom is visible — and shares his 3 favorite areas of the market for the short-term
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