Facebook adds DoorDash cofounder and CEO Tony Xu to its board of directors

Facebook's parent company Meta added DoorDash CEO Tony Xu as an independent director in the latest governance shakeup at the company.
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Facebook adds DoorDash cofounder and CEO Tony Xu to its board of directors

Facebook adds DoorDash cofounder and CEO Tony Xu to its board of directors

Facebook's parent company Meta added DoorDash CEO Tony Xu as an independent director in the latest governance shakeup at the company.

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I'm a Las Vegas bottle girl who can make thousands in tips in one night — but the job is a lot grosser than people realize
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Carrie Orozco says she deals with the crème de la crème of rich people: "Their wives aren't calling them asking them what's happening. No one cares."

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A college in upstate New York is shortening the work week to 32 hours, but pay and benefits are staying the same

A college in upstate New York is shortening the work week to 32 hours, but pay and benefits are staying the same

"Work will be more satisfying to our employees if they're more rested and they feel happier about their overall lives," D'Youville's president said.

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A 30-year-old former art historian and a 25-year-old who invested as a side hustle share how they broke into crypto VC — and lay out 7 tokens, NFTs, and crypto games they're betting on
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US stock futures edge higher after S&P 500 breaks losing streak, as traders brace for red-hot inflation print

US stock futures edge higher after S&P 500 breaks losing streak, as traders brace for red-hot inflation print

December's CPI inflation number is expected to come in at 7%, but a higher print could drive volatility in stocks.

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Facebook's vision for a hyperrealistic metaverse includes 'body pose tracking,' 'pupil steering,' clothing that wrinkles with movement, and a 'magnetic sensor system' worn around the torso, according to recent patent filings.
Amazon faces a second union vote at an Alabama warehouse next month after the NLRB found the company interfered with the first election

Amazon faces a second union vote at an Alabama warehouse next month after the NLRB found the company interfered with the first election

Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama, will vote on unionization again next month after the NLRB found the company "interfered" in last year's election.

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A new startup is helping creators identify and reward their top fans — and make money from them
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A new startup is helping creators identify and reward their top fans — and make money from them

Buzzup, cofounded by Jackie Aina's fiance, is a new creator economy startup that uses data to recognize top fans and ultimately monetize interactions.

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How a former freelance journalist emptied her savings and put $20,000 on her credit card to turn a Vietnamese-coffee side hustle into a full-time business
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How a former freelance journalist emptied her savings and put $20,000 on her credit card to turn a Vietnamese-coffee side hustle into a full-time business

Sahra Nguyen founded Nguyen Coffee Supply while she was a freelance journalist as a way to celebrate Asian culture and elevate Vietnamese coffee.

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