Wealth

Throughout the pandemic, day trading has become extremely popular, especially among young people who, in most cases, have never invested in the stock market before. Coronavirus-induced lockdowns provided some with more time on their hands to try trading apps, like Robinhood, which are seeing a surge in business; millions of Americans are unemployed and may think
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Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, has been on a mission since March to end the Covid-19 pandemic. Despite working 18-hour days, Fauci, who turns 80 this month, said he never plans on stopping. “It would be unconscionable to walk away from this,” Fauci said during a Q&A panel with Harvard T.H.
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Billionaire Elon Musk says he wouldn’t have become the successful entrepreneur he is today if he hadn’t immigrated to the U.S. from South Africa in 1992. But he as a message for the U.S. government about entrepreneurship: “Get out of the way” and let companies innovate. “I think its a false dichotomy to look at
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Jane Fraser’s appointment as the first woman CEO of a major Wall Street bank was a huge feat, not only personally but also for others hoping to balance professional ambitions with their private lives. But she is adamant other career-climbers can have it all too — perhaps just not all at once.  Fraser was named
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Legendary artist Dolly Parton has truly done it all. She has received 50 Grammy Award nominations, three Emmy Award nominations and one Tony Award nomination, has sold over 100 million albums worldwide, created theme park Dollywood and starred in multiple Netflix specials, all while building The Dollywood Foundation where she started book-gifting program Dolly Parton’s Imagination
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When Bob Iger made the stunning decision to step down as CEO of The Walt Disney Company in February, many speculated about his next steps – including whether he had planned to run for president. Although he decided against it, Iger seriously considered running for office multiple times, he said on Tuesday’s “Coffee with The Greats”
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From the marinas of Monaco to the slopes of Aspen, it’s no secret where the wealthy like to go on holiday. But where they stay is more of a mystery. Rental homes offer space and privacy, while luxury hotels come with “as you wish” service staff willing to bend over backward to keep wealthy clientele
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Elon Musk has taken his electric vehicle long-shot, Tesla, from the brink of bankruptcy all the way to the S&P 500. He’s also lead SpaceX from near ruin to using its reusable rockets to courier NASA astronauts to the International Space Station. It may seem bold to bet against the maverick entrepreneur. (If you tell
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Although negotiations surrounding a new coronavirus relief bill have resumed between Democrats and Republicans, it is still unclear whether new legislation will pass before the new year. Over nine months have passed since President Donald Trump signed the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES, Act. Since, Congress has remained at an
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Wine touring has traditionally been for adults only, but that may be changing. Western Australia is at the forefront of a small but growing trend to turn wine touring into a travel activity the whole family can enjoy. Though international travelers aren’t allowed to enter Australia right now, the distribution of effective Covid-19 vaccines may
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SoulCycle announced Tuesday that Evelyn Webster will take over the role of chief executive officer in mid-December, the company told CNBC Make It. The announcement comes 12 months after Melanie Welan resigned from her position as CEO on Nov. 26, 2019, citing the need for new leadership. Sunder Reddy, SoulCycle’s chief financial officer since 2017,
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