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Tech workers are flooding into New York City, but they’re having a hard time finding places to live, a new report suggests. Peterson Institute researchers wrote in a report that the burden of Trump’s proposed tariffs would fall mainly on lower-income households. DoubleLine’s Jeffrey Gundlach said a recession looks likely as the economy shows cracks, and steep interest rates could eat up companies’ cash. The retiring generation is pumping $76 trillion of savings into the economy, helping the US stave off recession, Ed Yardeni, a market veteran, said. Nearly half of the respondents to a Pew Research Center survey said a college degree is less important in getting a high-paying job than 20 years ago. Millennials in the FIRE movement are emphasizing financial independence over traditional early retirement, pursuing their passions after office jobs.

The website launched in May 2016 and focuses on news and lifestyle articles and video. Business Insider is the original publication of Insider Inc., focusing on business and financial news. The website Tech Insider originally started as a standalone technology-focused news website in 2015, but it was eventually incorporated into a section of Business Insider. Business Insider Inc.’s name was changed to Insider Inc. in December 2017 as the company planned on becoming a general interest news publisher. In January 2018, the firm moved its global headquarters in New York City from the Flatiron District to the Financial District. Business Insider was founded in 2007 by Henry Blodget and Kevin P. Ryan.

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Angle down icon An icon in the shape of an angle pointing down. More companies are finding success with the four-day workweek. A recent trial of 33 companies had overwhelmingly successful results. A former tech manager shares what it’s like to put workers on PIPs and says being put on one means you should start looking for a job. The JPMorgan CEO says it’s wrong to think everything is “hunky-dory” because of the stock market’s year-end rally. Geopolitical conflicts and the aftereffects of the Fed’s monetary policy could spell trouble for the next few years, he added.

  • “And so if there are things that we can do to help people rather than just punish them, obviously it’s much, much better for everyone.”
  • Tech workers are flooding into New York City, but they’re having a hard time finding places to live, a new report suggests.
  • As of 2018, Axel Springer owns a 100% stake in Insider Inc.
  • The message reads more like a company on the rise than one legally acknowledging it can no longer pay its debts, writes Insider’s Katie Notopoulos.

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