Coming Out at Work and Supporting LGBTQ+ Colleagues

Pride month is celebrated annually in June to honor the 1969 Stonewall riots, and the work towards equality for the LGBTQ community. In June of 1969, patrons and supporters of the Stonewall Inn in New York City responded against police harassment and persecution, resulting in the historic uprising. These riots marked the beginning of LGBTQ […]

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Oil at $ 55? Why one strategist is betting against the only winning asset class of 2022.

The miserable first half in financial markets comes to an end on Thursday. The S&P 500 SPX has dropped 20%. Government bonds have been no cushion, with the S&P US government bond index losing 8%. Gold GC00, that supposed inflation hedge, has lost 1%. And do not even ask about crypto. The only major asset […]

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Why Hershey’s May Deliver a Sweet Surprise This Earnings Season

Here’s why the confectioner deserves a place on your bear market watchlist As investors look forward to the second-quarter earnings season, they should take a close look at The Hershey Company (NYSE: HSY). The company may deliver a pleasant surprise when it reports earnings in early August. The first reason for my optimism is the […]

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How I Manage Work, Finances, and Travel with 4 Kids and 2 Businesses

Travel has always been a fundamental part of my life. A love for not only destinations, but for the journey to reach them, is what led me to found my company, SteamLine Luggage. So during the pandemic, being stuck at home while still promoting travel inspiration to my customers felt surreal. In October of 2021, […]

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Your Security is Outpaced and Outnumbered

Since email’s inception in the 1970s, the number of third-party apps and systems we rely on has only increased throughout the last decades. Nowadays, enterprise app sprawl has bloated to the average department relying on dozens of apps. The production of these apps has increased, too, frantically keeping pace. These have overwhelmingly left one component […]

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Buy The Dip in This High-Rated Dividend Leader

With analysts forecasting a recession later this year, investors should consider investing in dividend-paying stocks to generate a solid passive income. Canadian Natural Resources (CNQ) is a high-rated dividend leader, trading much below its 52-week high. Given its robust financials and higher-than-industry profitability, it could be ideal to buy the dip in the stock. Read […]

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This ‘underappreciated’ black swan could bring fresh chaos to the global economy

New week, same bounce. Stock futures point to fresh gains as investors grow optimistic that a bond route is ending, and the Fed’s rate-hike plans will get pruned due to a global slowdown. Of course, that optimism comes as discontent grows around the world from high commodity prices that have driven up food prices, crimped […]

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How the Founders of PAVe Went to War With JUUL

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. As Meredith Berkman and Dorian Fuhrman, two of the co-founders of Parents Against Vaping e-cigarettes (PAVe) like to put it, “Big Tobacco messed with the wrong moms.” Along with their friend Dina Alessi, these New York City moms created PAVe in April 2018 as a grassroots response […]

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Buy American has been a better stock-picking strategy than the alternative. Here are the companies most exposed to the US economy.

Multinational is one thing, but 2022 has not been the year for stocks to have a truly international presence. According to analysis from Goldman Sachs, S&P 500 companies with high domestic sales exposure have been outperforming stocks with high international sales by 9 percentage points. Granted, it’s not a great performance, with the domestic basket […]

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What They Are and How We Use Them at Buffer

Do you ever wish there was a shortcut to better understanding everyone you worked with? I definite have. At Buffer, we’ve had assorted documents to communicate work preferences over the years. Some folks have kicked off specific documents called operating manuals or leadership blueprints. Still, we’ve never had anything centralized or standardized, which can be […]

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