Apple will likely have to cut its iPhone 13 production goals for 2021 due to the global chip shortage

Apple may make 10 million fewer of its newest iPhones than originally planned as the supply-chain disaster hits tech companies.
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Apple will likely have to cut its iPhone 13 production goals for 2021 due to the global chip shortage

Apple will likely have to cut its iPhone 13 production goals for 2021 due to the global chip shortage

Apple may make 10 million fewer of its newest iPhones than originally planned as the supply-chain disaster hits tech companies.

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The founders of a $130 million crypto hedge fund break down their 5 trading strategies — and share an undervalued altcoin with incredible upside due to the 'tremendous demand' for it
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The founders of a $130 million crypto hedge fund break down their 5 trading strategies — and share an undervalued altcoin with incredible upside due to the 'tremendous demand' for it

A pair of Wall Street traders-turned crypto hedge fund managers share an altcoin that's surged 11,576% in the past year and their trading strategies.

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Raising money through crowdfunding used to be a last resort for startups. Now, it's attracting unicorns.

Raising money through crowdfunding used to be a last resort for startups. Now, it's attracting unicorns.

Sites like WeFunder and StartEngine are helping startups raise millions by selling shares to retail investors, not just VCs. But there are risks.

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4 tips on how to transition from a full-time job to self employment, according to a 20-year franchise entrepreneur
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4 tips on how to transition from a full-time job to self employment, according to a 20-year franchise entrepreneur

The pandemic has caused a workforce revolution. Entrepreneur Tra Williams advises on how to quit a job to start your own business.

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Another 4 million workers quit in the 5th month in a row of record exits, and it shows how the pandemic is still making people rethink what they want out of work and life

Another 4 million workers quit in the 5th month in a row of record exits, and it shows how the pandemic is still making people rethink what they want out of work and life

In August, 3% of the workforce said, "I quit." It's a trend that shows no sign of slowing as workers flex their power and leave behind jobs.

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The CEO of a $2 billion ETF provider lays out the strategy behind 2 hedging ETFs that secured double-digit returns in the 2018 and 2020 market crashes — and shares 3 other ways to play the oncoming volatility
Investors poured the most cash into bitcoin in 7 months last week, when 'buy the dip' lifted the price above $50,000: CoinShares

Investors poured the most cash into bitcoin in 7 months last week, when 'buy the dip' lifted the price above $50,000: CoinShares

Assets backed by bitcoin saw $225 million in inflows over the week to October 8, according to CoinShares.

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Bank of America names 8 bank stocks to buy as Q3 earnings season kicks off — including one with 32% upside
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Bank of America names 8 bank stocks to buy as Q3 earnings season kicks off — including one with 32% upside

Bank stocks have crushed the market ahead of the Q3 earnings season. Bank of America shared eight picks that are attractive and may be undervalued.

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Crypto in the desert: the founders of a VC fund that backs early-stage blockchain start-ups explain why they see Dubai as the next global hub
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Crypto in the desert: the founders of a VC fund that backs early-stage blockchain start-ups explain why they see Dubai as the next global hub

CV VC has invested in 32 early-stage blockchain start-ups. Its Dubai team told Insider it sees the Middle East as the next major crypto hub.

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Wealthy parents are taking out cheap loans to buy their adult children homes and save on taxes. Here's how it works and why it's feeding the all-cash bidding frenzy.
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Wealthy parents are taking out cheap loans to buy their adult children homes and save on taxes. Here's how it works and why it's feeding the all-cash bidding frenzy.

Parents can use low-interest securities based loans known as SBLOCs to avoid paying capital gains taxes when buying real estate for adult children.

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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

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Monday, October 11, 2021

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Saturday, October 16, 2021

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Global traffic jam

Saturday, October 16, 2021

View in browser Bloomberg Follow Us Get the newsletter Port logjams are getting worse, with broken supply chains sparking global shortages of everything from bicycles to vaccine vials. The Port of Los

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Saturday, October 16, 2021

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China breaks the silence

Friday, October 15, 2021

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Friday, October 15, 2021

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