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A top Wall Street tech analyst says Google is 'less relevant' in e-commerce since the pandemic — and it needs to develop or acquire to start gaining ground on rivals like Amazon

Unlike rivals, Google hasn't benefitted from the pandemic boost to online spending. A top Wall Street analyst says it's time to change that.
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Primary-care startup Oak Street Health surged in its stock market debut. Here's how its CEO plans to keep growing its senior care business, which still isn't profitable.

Shares of Oak Street Health closed up more than 90% on Thursday after the company sold shares at $21 each.
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PayPal's CFO outlines ambitious plans to become your virtual wallet — including a potential partnership with the likes of Amazon or Alibaba

From building the next digital wallet to looking for partnerships with marketplaces like Alibaba and Shopify, here's how PayPal is planning to grow.
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The hot healthcare startup Oak Street surged to a $9.5 billion valuation in its IPO. Here are the investors and execs who stand to make the most.

Oak Street's cofounders each own stakes worth more than $250 million after the company made its stock-market debut.
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Starz execs explain how they're partnering with potential rivals like Amazon and Apple and sharpening their programming focus to cut through the noise

Starz has grown streaming subscribers, and reduced cancellations, even as legacy-media giants like WarnerMedia and Peacock launch rival offerings.
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'It's pure gaslighting': L'Oreal workers say they are being bombarded with screensaver images of smiling employees in the office, even as they dread returning to work in person

"They keep repeating how positive people are reacting and it's bull***t because no one wants to go back," said a current California L'Oreal employee.
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Exxon just warned there could be more job cuts ahead. Here are the positions most at risk.

Exxon is shrinking its workforce through performance-based cuts, and just warned that other positions might be at risk.
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Facial recognition could be coming to your office. Here's why companies pitching the tech say the pandemic is a huge tipping point for adoption.

The technology has been seen by some as a potential threat to privacy, but facial-recognition experts say it can be deployed responsibly in offices.
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Facebook is letting its employees work from home until July 2021 due to the pandemic

Facebook expects up to 50% of its workforce will permanently work remotely within five to ten years.
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The inside story of how $16 billion DoorDash worked an intense all-nighter and overcame a perfect storm of engineering challenges to save millions of orders for desperate restaurants as the pandemic began

In March, $16 billion food-delivery startup Doordash faced a nail-biting engineering challenge and tapped Cloudflare to help it update its systems.
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Big investors have been slashing valuations on stakes in private companies like Palantir and Sweetgreen. But bankers say there could be a quick fix.

Even before the pandemic hit, a survey of venture capitalists found that a majority believed unicorns were "significantly" overvalued.
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Enterprise tech salaries revealed: How much Oracle, IBM, SAP, Cisco, Dell, VMware, ServiceNow and Workday pay engineers, developers, data scientists and others

Here's how much enterprise tech giants, led by IBM, Oracle and Cisco, pay key employees, including engineers, developers and data scientists.
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Bank of America has made at least 45 hires this year for an aggressive push into the red hot — and super competitive — business courting corporate HR execs. Here's why it's betting on the space.

For firms with major wealth management businesses like Bank of America and Morgan Stanley, providing corporate clients' employees with benefit management tools can create a way to lock in customers who could become lucrative wealth clients down the line.
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The top 7 ways TikTok influencers are making money in 2020, from song promotions to merchandise

From selling direct-to-consumer products like merch to partnering with brands on sponsorships, there are a number of ways TikTokers are making money.
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A survey finds that a lot of tech workers have left the San Francisco Bay Area thanks to remote work policies, and nearly 60% said they would leave if they could

Tech companies have been talking about permanently becoming "remote first." This survey indicates their employees would love that choice.
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How the merger of two companies in the hottest part of healthcare could leapfrog Amazon to transform how you get care — and why Wall Street isn't getting it

Teladoc's stock plummeted on news of its $18.5 billion deal with Livongo, but one analyst thinks it will change the future of healthcare.
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A behind-the-scenes look at how BI reporter Rachel Premack revealed a toxic culture at Bon Appétit for its employees and contributors of color

Premack discusses what inspired her to pursue the story and how the willingness of Bon Appétit staff members to speak out surprised her.
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Morgan Stanley's top transportation analyst shared with us his playbook for profiting from the space-investing boom — and explained why SpaceX could be in a 'winner-take-all' position

In an exclusive interview, Morgan Stanley's Adam Jonas shared three keys to winning the space boom and buying the right companies.
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'I'd rather turn them into robo cops': Execs from Man Group, Bridgewater, and Schonfeld explain how they're trying to blend humans and machines

Executives at some of the world's biggest hedge funds explain their quantamental strategies and how to find the sweet spot between human and machine.
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How to know which of the 5 entrepreneur types you are, based on your goals and the risks you're willing to take

Startup guru Steve Blank says most entrepreneurs fall into one of 5 categories, from solopreneur to intrapreneur, and it can guide career decisions.
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The third-largest advertiser in the US just laid off a chunk of its consumer marketing team

AT&T cut 54 people in what it said was part of an effort to focus on growth areas and address lower demand for legacy products.
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Addison Rae is the world's top-earning TikTok star, according to Forbes. She shared the inside story of her rise to fame.

Addison Rae spoke about her rapid success online and how she is building a larger business with merchandise and lucrative brand partnerships.
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Tom Marsico's global fund has crushed its benchmark for 13 years — and returned 28 times its peers in 2020. Here's what he's been buying, and the beaten-down stocks he plans to grab after the pandemic.

Fund manager Tom Marsico explained the strategy and stock picks that have helped his Global Fund post a great year in 2020 — its latest of many.
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How Poshmark clothing resellers are becoming Instagram influencers to drive thousands of dollars in sales and land brand deals

Clothing resellers on the popular social shopping app, Poshmark, are becoming influencers on Instagram and driving sales back to their shops.
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The 5 cities where renting gets you the worst deal aren't in New York or California

About 43 million American households rent and a recent report by WalletHub said it's not always the better option.
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Layoffs, furloughs, and budget cuts: We're tracking how 20 energy giants from Shell to Schlumberger have responded to the historic oil market meltdown

The pandemic cratered global demand for oil. We're keeping track of how 20 energy giants are responding, from laying off staff to slashing dividends.
Premium Transportation 2020-08-06T16:54:33Z

Ford's outgoing CEO couldn't match the stock value of Tesla or Nikola, but experts say his biggest moves prepared the old automaker for the future

Ford CEO Jim Hackett, who'll retire in October, strengthened an investment in Argo AI and set a plan to put vehicle-communication tech in new models.
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I left my $500,000 a year job in tech after starting my own thriving coaching business. Here's the email template that helped me land my first 10 paying clients.

Susie Moore left her 6-figure job once her side hustle as a life coach took off, thanks to one email she sent to her network for referral clients.
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UK fintech startup Starling Bank triples customer deposits in 9 months and plans to break even by 2021 despite COVID-19 pandemic

Starling Bank defies COVID-19 woes by tripling customer deposits and adding half a million new customers in nine months.
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TIMELINE: Morgan Stanley says we should know if a coronavirus vaccine works by November. Here's how the bank expects the race for a cure to play out.

We could know if leading coronavirus vaccines work in late October, although Morgan Stanley predicts November is most likely.
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POWER PLAYERS: Meet the 11 American Express execs leading the card giant's adoption of digital payments

Take a look at the execs driving Amex's growth and positioning the credit card giant to take off in the increasingly digital world of payments.
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3 Bon Appétit Test Kitchen stars are walking, in a sign that Condé Nast's burgeoning YouTube empire will never be the same

Condé Nast desperately needs the revenue from Bon Appétit's videos, but its overreliance on algorithmically safe content may be its Achilles' heel.
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4 cities where housing prices are most likely to fall in the next year

CoreLogic has predicted that home prices will drop across the board in the next year, but the fall is overwhelmingly likely in 4 markets.
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A Michigan couple who paid off their $200,000 mortgage in 4 years shares the exact budget sheet they used, and it accounts for every dollar of their monthly income

The couple created a "zero-based budget," meaning every dollar of their monthly income was assigned a purpose.
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3 of Bon Appétit's Test Kitchen stars of color are departing the video channel after failed contract negotiations

The three stars are leaving the Test Kitchen amid months of turmoil, and their departure leaves the future of the famed video channel in question.
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Investors are piling into socially responsible ETFs at an unprecedented rate — and Morgan Stanley says these 4 stocks are best-positioned to profit from the trend

The ESG ETF market is burgeoning as awareness about climate change grows. Buy these 4 stocks to capitalize: Morgan Stanley
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Blue Shield of California and startup Cricket Health are teaming up to use AI to help patients with kidney disease — including the 'nine out of 10' people who aren't aware they have it

AI could help reshape how doctor's diagnose and treat patients with kidney disease, lowering healthcare costs and improving outcomes.
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A 20-year-old who brought in half a million dollars in sneaker sales this year reveals why now is the best time to break into the exploding market and how to do it correctly

The sneaker resale market is thriving. A reseller who brought in $500,000 in sales this year reveals how he navigates the industry.
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How the CEO of Hint water capitalized on the race to stock up on essential goods during the pandemic, increasing its DTC business by 300% and landing a national deal with Costco

The zero-calorie beverage company, backed by celebrity John Legend, sent staff to stock shelves at Target and leveraged its social media fandom.
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WATCH: 2 YouTube creators explain how they've adapted their businesses during the pandemic and how they got their starts as influencers

In this webinar, Ruby Asabor and Katy Bellotte shared how they make money as influencers and took us inside their digital businesses.
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13 consulting firms where you can earn more than $200,000 right out of business school

McKinsey and Accenture are just two of the firms offering MBA grads six-figure salaries after graduation.
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A millionaire fitness founder shares the 5 steps he followed to grow his online business from $2,000 in annual sales to more than $3 million in half a decade

Tanner Chidester is a self-made millionaire who makes close to eight figures a year. Here's his five-step guide to growing an online business.
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TikTok is launching its first TV app with Amazon and its head of marketing says it's an ideal testing ground for longer videos

The app, More on TikTok, will include video playlists and compilations curated by the company, plus interviews with creators and other content.
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Big tech didn't waste a crisis: How Amazon, Microsoft, and Google are using coronavirus to make new inroads in the $3.6 trillion US healthcare industry

Compelled by outbreaks, health systems are using technology from Amazon, Microsoft, and Google to keep patients safe and reimagine their futures.
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Inside the rise of Netflix's new 'badass' CMO, who rubs elbows with Anna Wintour and the Obamas and handled crises at Uber and Papa John's

"I've seen all the descriptions of what it looks like to be a global CMO, and it's not supposed to look like this," Bozoma Saint John said.
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Top oil salaries revealed: How much giants like BP, Exxon, Chevron and Shell pay employees, from business analysts to petroleum engineers

Most roles analyzed by Business Insider earn six figures including petroleum engineering, where you can take home more than $200,000 a year.
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Inside Amazon's efforts to be a major player in the influencer business, from affiliate commissions to livestreaming

Kim Pratt shared what it's like to be a member of the Amazon Influencer Program, and her experience livestreaming on Amazon directly.
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Leaked documents reveal Exxon suspended retirement, education, and expat benefits to cut costs as oil prices tumbled

Challenged by cheap oil, Exxon is taking a number of steps to cut costs, including suspending key benefits for US workers.
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