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Elon Musk told CNBC that patents were normally used as a "blocking technique" and prevented other companies from advancing.
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Elon Musk says SpaceX avoids using patents to build rockets because they're for the 'weak' and block innovation

Elon Musk says SpaceX avoids using patents to build rockets because they're for the 'weak' and block innovation

Elon Musk told CNBC that patents were normally used as a "blocking technique" and prevented other companies from advancing.

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'Don't just buy the dip': How to adjust your portfolio to benefit from the Fed's rate hikes and rising inflation, according to 3 investing experts
There’s a ‘very high likelihood’ of a growth recession as the Fed’s inflation fight ramps up, Powell says. It means the end of the Great Resignation and fewer raises at work.

There’s a ‘very high likelihood’ of a growth recession as the Fed’s inflation fight ramps up, Powell says. It means the end of the Great Resignation and fewer raises at work.

The Fed is poised to keep raising interest rates well into 2023. "Times are going to get tougher from here," strategist Seema Shah said.

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A 24-year investing veteran shares 15 stock picks to buy now as earnings decline and the economy shifts under rising interest rates
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A 24-year investing veteran shares 15 stock picks to buy now as earnings decline and the economy shifts under rising interest rates

The global economy is on shaky ground, and earnings are set to decline. Tavis McCourt of Raymond James shared 15 stocks investors should buy now.

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An appeals court decision against Donald Trump came back to bite MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell in a separate case

An appeals court decision against Donald Trump came back to bite MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell in a separate case

A day-old appeals court decision against Trump boomeranged to work against MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, a prominent ally of the former president.

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12 tools for running a graphic design business, according to 2 entrepreneurs who book six figures in annual revenue
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12 tools for running a graphic design business, according to 2 entrepreneurs who book six figures in annual revenue

Alyssa Nguyen and AJ Camara each book six figures a year offering web design and branding services. Here are 12 tools they use for their businesses.

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Prices are set to fall for homes, cars, and furniture. It's a sign the Fed may not need to risk a recession that punishes job seekers.

Prices are set to fall for homes, cars, and furniture. It's a sign the Fed may not need to risk a recession that punishes job seekers.

Some economists argue supply chain issues and outsized demand are cooling, so there's no need for the Fed to risk a recession to lower prices.

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How much a TikToker with 33,500 followers earns from brand deals as a comedy micro influencer
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How much a TikToker with 33,500 followers earns from brand deals as a comedy micro influencer

Pooja Tripathi joined TikTok last year and has signed brand deals with Facebook, Hulu, Target, and more.

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Ray Dalio says his hedge fund Bridgewater Associates is up around 25% this year. He shares 2 ways investors should approach a market he says is due to drop another 20% — and an area he's bullish on long-term.
Your company's offer of 'unlimited' time off is basically a sham
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Your company's offer of 'unlimited' time off is basically a sham

Companies are offering benefits like unlimited PTO and four-day work weeks. But workers still don't feel like they can take vacation or time off.

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