Fed Chair Powell warned that sky-high inflation could turn permanent. It's the opposite of what he said a year ago.

Thinking supply chains would quickly heal was something the Fed got wrong, Powell said Wednesday. Now there's a "clock running" to cool inflation.
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Fed Chair Powell warned that sky-high inflation could turn permanent. It's the opposite of what he said a year ago.

Fed Chair Powell warned that sky-high inflation could turn permanent. It's the opposite of what he said a year ago.

Thinking supply chains would quickly heal was something the Fed got wrong, Powell said Wednesday. Now there's a "clock running" to cool inflation.

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The market is facing 'a vicious stagflationary environment', says a hedge fund chief who returned 40% this year. He shares 5 reasons the economy is spiraling into a recession — and 3 ways investors can navigate this precarious situation.
Wealthy parents in China are paying as much as $63,000 a year to send their kids to school in Japan as China clamps down on Western education

Wealthy parents in China are paying as much as $63,000 a year to send their kids to school in Japan as China clamps down on Western education

In December, Chinese President Xi Jinping pressured international schools in China to adopt state-approved curricula so as to instill patriotism.

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2 leading market pros who advise on $5 trillion in assets told us the Fed couldn't win its fight against inflation with rate hikes — and shared what investors should buy as prices keep rising
Paypal, PwC, Edelman share internal employee memos about Roe overturn. Here are 5 things to consider when drafting a memo on the abortion decision.

Paypal, PwC, Edelman share internal employee memos about Roe overturn. Here are 5 things to consider when drafting a memo on the abortion decision.

With Roe v. Wade overturned, CEOs must articulate their stance to employees, customers, and others through a statement. Tips for a crisis memo.

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More than a quarter of employees will 'urgently' look for a new job in a recession, new research shows
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More than a quarter of employees will 'urgently' look for a new job in a recession, new research shows

More than 70% of employees believe we'll be in a recession in the next 6 months and more than half will look for jobs, Greenhouse's survey found.

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I drove the $260,000 Lightyear 0, the 'world's first production-ready solar car' — here's what it was like

I drove the $260,000 Lightyear 0, the 'world's first production-ready solar car' — here's what it was like

Lightyear, an electric-vehicle startup in the Netherlands, says the car's 5 square meters of solar panels can add up to 43 miles a day to its range.

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MONEY MOVES: Here are the daily routines of successful founders who launched successful businesses in the pandemic
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MONEY MOVES: Here are the daily routines of successful founders who launched successful businesses in the pandemic

Entrepreneurs who started their businesses during the pandemic explain how they structure their days for success and achieve a work-life balance.

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The Chief Investment Officer of a $1.1 billion firm says this bear market is a 'once-in-a-generation entry point' for investors to get more aggressive — and shares 15 stocks she's buying now
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The Chief Investment Officer of a $1.1 billion firm says this bear market is a 'once-in-a-generation entry point' for investors to get more aggressive — and shares 15 stocks she's buying now

"If you're a long-term investor, volatility is your friend," said Nancy Tengler. "It kind of feels like a once-in-a-generation entry point to me."

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A former Federal Reserve regulator turned Duke fintech professor who's calling for crypto to be banned explains why 'blockchain's not really better at anything'
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A former Federal Reserve regulator turned Duke fintech professor who's calling for crypto to be banned explains why 'blockchain's not really better at anything'

Lee Reiners of Duke University's Global Financial Markets Center doesn't believe crypto has any intrinsic value and has some ideas for regulations.

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