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PITCH-DECK LIBRARY: Search over 800 pitch decks that startups including Uber, Postmates, and Airbnb used to raise millions

PITCH-DECK LIBRARY: Search over 800 pitch decks that startups including Uber, Postmates, and Airbnb used to raise millions

Business Insider has obtained scores of pitch decks used by startups to persuade VCs and other investors to fund them. You can search for them here.

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Amazon's electric Rivian vans are now making deliveries across the US — see how they were designed

Amazon says there will be thousands of vans making deliveries in hundreds of US cities by the end of 2022.

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Savita Subramanian is now the most bearish stock chief on Wall Street. The Bank of America leader says investors should make 8 moves to profit from an increasingly difficult market.
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Savita Subramanian is now the most bearish stock chief on Wall Street. The Bank of America leader says investors should make 8 moves to profit from an increasingly difficult market.

Savita Subramanian at Bank of America recently slashed her target for US stocks. She explains how investors can stay safe now and win long-term.

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The nation's largest homebuilder says more buyers are cancelling deals amid growing real-estate market pessimism

The nation's largest homebuilder says more buyers are cancelling deals amid growing real-estate market pessimism

Nearly 1 in 4 buyers canceled contracts with D.R. Horton, the nation's biggest homebuilder, this past quarter as mortgage rates surged.

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Companies saw booming growth, and hired accordingly. Now, the market is slowing — and workers are paying the price.

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The leaders of some of the biggest names in DeFi break down where the nascent industry goes from here and why old school financial institutions still want a piece of the action
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The leaders of some of the biggest names in DeFi break down where the nascent industry goes from here and why old school financial institutions still want a piece of the action

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