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11 signs your workplace’s culture is toxic (and what you can do to be happier)

If going to work every day and being around your coworkers and managers feels more like a burden than a benefit to your career, your workplace might have a toxic culture. Whether it's a bad boss or blatant drama, your unhappiness at work is taking a toll on not only yourself but on the entire organization. "Company culture is one of

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Fingerlings are selling out everywhere—here’s how a 28-year-old engineered the viral toy frenzy

A $14.99 toy hardly bigger than your finger has the retail world worked up to a fever pitch. This holiday season, droves of parents have been on the search for Fingerlings — toy monkeys, unicorns and sloths that cling to your fingers and react to touch and sound by blinking and blowing kisses. Each time retailers

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Meet John Collison, the 27-year-old Harvard dropout whose tech startup turned him into the youngest self-made billionaire in the world

John Collison, the cofounder and president of Stripe, is the world's youngest self-made billionaire at 27. He started Stripe, designed to transform the way people make online payments, with his older brother when he was just 19. Originally from a small town in Ireland, he came to the US to attend Harvard — until he

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Citron Research gets short Riot Blockchain, says it’s reached ‘full mania’

The short seller Andrew Left's Citron Research has initiated a position against Riot Blockchain. Shares of Riot Blockchain have soared more than 375% since the company pivoted to blockchain technology from biotech in October. The shares are now shrugging off the news of Left's short position. Shares of Riot Blockchain are shrugging off the news that the

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Photos show the moment an Amtrak train in Washington derailed and fell onto a highway

An Amtrak train derailed and was left dangling over a major highway in Washington state on Monday morning. Photos posted online depict the severity of the derailment. More than 80 people were on the train, Amtrak says. While law-enforcement officials have confirmed casualties and media reports indicate that several people died, the number of fatalities

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HQ Trivia was getting ready to raise money at a $100 million valuation, but some investors are reportedly backing off after learning about a founder’s ‘creepy’ behavior

The company that makes the HQ trivia app has been taking meetings with investors, hoping to raise money at a $100 million valuation. But some investors are concerned about the startup's management, including one cofounder's behavior at a previous job, and they decided not to participate in the funding round, Recode reported on Monday. Intermedia

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Is The Bitcoin 2017 Bull Run Over? (How I’ve Made Over $700,000 In Profit On Bitconnect In 6 Months)

By | December 18th, 2017|Categories: Crypto Seo Journey, Home, News|0 Comments

Meet ‘Genies,’ the lifelike personalized avatars that reenact news

“We plan on making Bitmoji obsolete,” says Akash Nigam, CEO of Genies. Bragging about beating one of the world’s top apps before his has even launched is emblematic of Nigam’s and Genies’ brash style. But with $15 million in funding at a valuation over $100 million, top investors like NEA and Hollywood royalty like CAA

By | December 10th, 2017|Categories: Home, News|0 Comments

BlackRock’s $1.7 trillion bond chief tells us his biggest market fear

BlackRock Global Chief Investment Officer of Fixed Income Rick Rieder shared his biggest market fear with Business Insider as part of a wide-ranging discussion. Rieder has concerns over complacency creeping into global markets. If you ask 10 different money managers for their biggest market fear, you might get 10 different answers. That's not necessarily because

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The FCC plans to repeal net neutrality this week — and it could ruin the internet

The FCC will vote to repeal its net neutrality rules on December 14. The outcome is a foregone conclusion. The repeal of the rules likely won't mean broadband providers will block your access to Google or slow Netflix so it's unwatchable. But the move likely will mean the providers will charge internet companies tolls to

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