A YouTuber attracted more than 216,000 viewers by livestreaming planes trying to land at London's Heathrow airport in record-breaking storm winds

Jerry Dyer, the host of Big Jet TV, is commentating live as planes struggle to land at Heathrow Airport, while tens of thousands of watch online.
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A YouTuber attracted more than 216,000 viewers by livestreaming planes trying to land at London's Heathrow airport in record-breaking storm winds

A YouTuber attracted more than 216,000 viewers by livestreaming planes trying to land at London's Heathrow airport in record-breaking storm winds

Jerry Dyer, the host of Big Jet TV, is commentating live as planes struggle to land at Heathrow Airport, while tens of thousands of watch online.

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Why you shouldn't get your mortgage in bitcoin

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A notorious market bear who called the 2000 and 2008 crashes warns that up to 72% of the stock market's worth 'may be air' — and breaks down why the Fed will be powerless to stop a crash when the bubble they've fueled pops
JPMorgan now expects the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates for 9 straight meetings, posing a major risk to markets

JPMorgan now expects the Federal Reserve to hike interest rates for 9 straight meetings, posing a major risk to markets

Central banks rapidly hiking rates "is now the most significant threat to an otherwise healthy global backdrop," JPMorgan said.

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A virtual assistant followed this daily routine to earn $9,000 a month and scale her business to $1.1 million in sales.
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A virtual assistant followed this daily routine to earn $9,000 a month and scale her business to $1.1 million in sales.

Jessica Hawks quadrupled her corporate income as a virtual assistant. Now, she's an entrepreneurship coach with masterclasses and a podcast.

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BANK OF AMERICA: Buy these 28 stocks that are historically cheap and set to outperform as interest rates climb in 2022

While small companies and growth stocks are both getting routed, Bank of America says there are some stable, healthy bargains in small-cap growth.

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VCs pumped $4.7 billion into Europe's rapid grocery delivery sector in 2021. Here's 16 vying to become the industry's next breakout star.
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VCs pumped $4.7 billion into Europe's rapid grocery delivery sector in 2021. Here's 16 vying to become the industry's next breakout star.

Smaller startups in the industry are raising cash to take on more-established giants like Gorillas and Getir.

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