I made $297,000 in 18 months as a personal-brand consultant. Here's how I found clients and built my one-woman business after being laid off.

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I made $297,000 in 18 months as a personal-brand consultant. Here's how I found clients and built my one-woman business after being laid off.

I made $297,000 in 18 months as a personal-brand consultant. Here's how I found clients and built my one-woman business after being laid off.

Bevin Farrand was laid off from her job as a marketing director in 2019, so she started a brand-coaching business for entrepreneurs.

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Wall Street's most highly regarded titans are warning 'the worst is yet to come' for stocks. Here's why people like Ray Dalio, Jeremy Grantham, Carl Icahn, and Scott Minerd are bearish on the market's near-term prospects.
I left a 6-figure law job due to depression. I always feared being a 'quitter' — but now I don't regret it.

I left a 6-figure law job due to depression. I always feared being a 'quitter' — but now I don't regret it.

Henna Choi calls herself the "depressed lawyer" on TikTok. She's now on leave from work, making videos for her 470,000 followers instead.

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The chief investment strategist at a $42 billion firm shares 9 stocks that can weather a recession while boosting income
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The chief investment strategist at a $42 billion firm shares 9 stocks that can weather a recession while boosting income

Thornburg's Brian McMahon shared 9 stocks that have "resilience, pricing power, and balance sheets that are strong enough to withstand a storm."

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Chief revenue and sales officers can earn up to $290,000 in a startup. Here's what the roles involve — and the key skills you need to land them.

Chief revenue and sales officers can earn up to $290,000 in a startup. Here's what the roles involve — and the key skills you need to land them.

Insider spoke to a chief sales officer and a chief revenue officer about what the jobs involve and which skills are key to landing the roles.

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How a 23-year-old YouTube painter gained over 100,000 subscribers and how much she earns in a month
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How a 23-year-old YouTube painter gained over 100,000 subscribers and how much she earns in a month

Kelsey Rodriguez is a painter and YouTuber who lives in Berkeley, California. She has built five revenue streams as a creator.

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A 44-year-old mom of 3 made $735,000 last year from a reselling business she launched using just the clothes in her closet

A 44-year-old mom of 3 made $735,000 last year from a reselling business she launched using just the clothes in her closet

Mona Mejia, 44, earned $735,000 last year selling clothes and goods on social media. Her husband quit his job to help with her thriving business.

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Retailers like Walmart and Best Buy are rushing to cash in on a new $9 billion ad business, but it may not pay off for advertisers
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Retailers like Walmart and Best Buy are rushing to cash in on a new $9 billion ad business, but it may not pay off for advertisers

Retailers like Walmart and Best Buy are grappling for offsite ad spend, but it could destroy what makes retail media unique.

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Credit Suisse's investment bankers are bracing for another case of 'rinse and repeat' as they await the bank's second strategic review in a year. Insiders describe an environment of uncertainty and cynicism toward leadership.
How Blackstone, the private equity giant behind cult-favorite sunscreen Supergoop, is thinking about its next big consumer bet
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How Blackstone, the private equity giant behind cult-favorite sunscreen Supergoop, is thinking about its next big consumer bet

Blackstone's majority investment in Supergoop underscores private equity's ballooning influence in American life, whether consumers know it or not.

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