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Happy Customers Mean Happy Employees

20 hours ago   |   Forbes

I've been preaching to my clients for years that what happens on the inside of an organization is felt on the outside by the customers. When it comes to the customer service...
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Play-to-earn crypto games have exploded onto the scene and are shaking up gaming business models. Here's how they work, and where the value comes from for investors

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

Axie Infinity media kit Value for play-to-earn crypto games comes from a variety of sources, not just one thing. A game's popularity and demand for its underlying crypto token...
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HBO's ‘Gilded Age' spotlights upheaval in late-1800s New York

HBO's ‘Gilded Age' spotlights upheaval in late-1800s New York

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald

Old money clashes with new amid the changing economic order of late-1800s New York in a period drama from “Downton Abbey” creator Julian Fellowes that is upcoming on HBO. In...
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Editorial: China getting away with murder

1 day ago   |   Boston Herald

Davos is a place out of “Lost Horizon,” the 1933 novel that told of a magical Shangri-La. In Switzerland, that's Davos. But musings from a mountainous utopia is the last thing...
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Bill Maher Uses ‘Masked Paranoid World' For Covid-19 Situation, Here's What He's Got Wrong Again

1 day ago   |   Forbes

In the season's premier of his HBO show “Real Time with Bill Maher,” Maher continued to talk a lot about Covid-19, even though he claimed that “no one cares anymore.”
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A student who accidentally became a millionaire with a cult following after selling his expressionless selfies as NFTs says he feels confused

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

Sultan Gustaf Al Ghozali, who turned hundreds of his selfies into non fungible tokens , poses at his college in Semarang on January 14, 2022. Daffa Ramya Kanzuddin/AFP via...
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Lloyd's of London may exit “Inside Out” home after three decades

1 day ago   |   The Real Deal New York

Lloyd's of London, the 300-year-old insurer that takes on complex risks from ships to oil rigs and the legs of soccer players, is pondering whether to bail out of its famed...
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Peloton, once the toast of Wall Street, has seen its stock plummet this year. Here's everything you need to know about its rollercoaster 12 months

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

You can log in to your Peloton account from the web and the Peloton mobile apps. Ezra Shaw/Getty Images Peloton's stock price has plummeted in the past 12 months. The high-tech...
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Celebrities like Snoop Dogg and Paris Hilton are diving into the metaverse before it has even materialized for the masses

1 day ago   |   Business Insider

Axelle/Bauer-Griffin/FilmMagic/Getty Images; Jeff Kravitz/Getty Images for Triller; Insider Celebrities in music, film, and otherwise are jumping on the metaverse hype...
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What Happened When Davos Disappeared

1 day ago   |   NY Times

For the second year in a row, the World Economic Forum's annual in-person meeting was delayed because of the pandemic. Did anyone miss it?
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Premier League Winter Break Gives Manchester United A Much Needed Mini...

With no international matches taking place in Europe, most players won't play again until at least February 4th. This gives new managers like Manchester United's Ralf Rangnick... Read more ...

This Former NFL Star Is Making Moves In The World Of Craft Tequila

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Juventus Players Fail To Perform Against AC Milan

With poor transfer decisions, Cristiano Ronaldo's poorly timed exit and woefully negative coaching, the players have had many obstacles to overcome, but on Sunday night against... Read more ...

China Risks Going To Economic Hero To ‘Zero' In 2022

Far from being a growth engine in 2022, China is setting itself up as the top risk to global economic stability. Read more ...

Billionaire Lim Kok Thay Steps Down From Cash-Strapped Operator Of Star Cruises

Lim Kok Thay has stepped down as chairman and CEO of Genting Hong Kong Hong Kong just days after the cash-strapped cruise ship operator filed to wind up the company. Read more ...

Boris Johnson orders inquiry into claims minister was sacked because of her...

Conservative Party MP Nusrat Ghani addresses members of the Uighur community and human rights activists demonstrating outside the Houses of Parliament in London, United Kingdom... Read more ...

Rich Countries Lure Health Workers From Low-Income Nations to Fight Shortages

Huge pay incentives and immigration fast-tracks are leading many to leave countries whose health systems urgently need their expertise. Read more ...

Irish Soccer Club Launches Bob Marley Jersey Paying Tribute To Late Singer's...

Bohemian FC will spend 10% of the profits of the shirt, which has been years in the making, buying musical instruments and soccer equipment for asylum seekers in Ireland. Read more ...

More than one-third of US millennials say student loan debt is keeping them...

About a quarter of US-based millennials said they have been "strongly impacted" by student loan debt. Raychel Brightman/Newsday RM via Getty Images Americans owe about $1.75... Read more ...

Under 30 Asia Alum Launches Digital Mental Healthcare Startup Amid Lockdowns...

After working at two fast-growing startups in South Korea, Justin Kim, a Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia alum from 2020, launched his own startup that aims to make mental healthcare... Read more ...