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Older millennials and younger Gen Xers are driving America"s Great Resignation, per HBR. In the middle of this cohort are geriatric millennials, known for acting as a generational bridge. With their unique skillset and greater freedom to quit, they have the upper hand in the workforce.

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SpaceX's first space tourists have returned to Earth, splashing down inside the Crew Dragon spaceship


SpaceX's Inspiration4 mission, a spaceship filled with tourists, has survived a high-speed plummet through Earth's atmosphere and returned home.
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Trump CFO Allen Weisselberg is unlikely to flip on his boss, despite pressure from prosecutors, reports say


Despite pressure from prosecutors, Donald Trump's longtime chief financial officer Allen Weisselberg is unlikely to flip on his boss.
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A 20-year-old first-gen college student with dwarfism shares how he landed an investment-banking job at Credit Suisse — and didn't let a disability stand in his way


After he graduates from UC Berkeley next year, Kevin Truong, 20, will take a full time position on Wall Street, which has long struggled to diversify its ranks.
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Amazon docuseries 'LuLaRich' takes on embattled retailer LuLaRoe and the 'honey trap' lure of multilevel marketing for moms and families


The directors of "LuLaRich," Amazon's documentary series about multilevel marketing company LuLaRoe, say it's "a cautionary tale for everybody."

Ports in California have never been this busy, and it's adding to shortages of everything from furniture to electronics


Chip makers like Nvidia are set to soar as semiconductor sales to reach $544 billion in 2021, Bank of America says


'We remain firmly in the stronger-for-longer camp for semis," said chip sector analysts at Bank of America in a Friday research note.

Tim Cook tries to quell unrest at Apple during a company-wide meeting, but only answers two questions from activist employees


During an attempt to address employee unrest, Apple CEO Tim Cook answered one question about pay parity and one about the Texas abortion law, say reports.

A day on the set of 'Shang-Chi' with stuntman Andy Le, who trained Simu Liu and plays the Death Dealer in the Marvel box office hit


Martial artist Ande Le, who has a supporting role in "Shang-Chi," recalled a memorable day on the Sydney, Australia set of the Marvel film.

Boston's famous 'Skinny House,' reportedly built after a feud between 2 brothers, sells over asking price for $1.25 million


Get an exclusive look at the pitch deck this ex-Googler used to raise $4 million for his new AI phone operator startup Goodcall


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McConnell was not shocked by Trump's 2020 loss, said there were 'so many Maalox moments' during his presidency: book


Despite being in the same political party, McConnell told his staff that the President Trump's actions could often lead to stressful predicaments.
In The Drones 101 report, Business Insider Intelligence forecasts the future of the drone market and examines how high it will fly.

West Virginia governor says the state will have to 'keep lining the body bags up' if COVID-19 vaccination rates don't improve


The governor won't be mandating the vaccine for residents, but he is "highly encouraging" them to get it amid a sharp rise in cases.
Publishers are warning book lovers that supply chain disruptions are impacting book production and distribution.
In the Amazon's Leap Into Healthcare report, Business Insider Intelligence details how the tech giant is making waves in the healthcare sector.

Lindsey Graham told Trump that the House of Representatives is 'just a constant shit show': book


During a June conversation with former President Donald Trump, Graham emphasized the importance of the GOP taking back control of Congress in 2022.
The Taliban on Saturday said girls aren't banned from attending secondary school but they first want to set up a "secure transportation system."

A doctor from Oregon who said mask-wearing can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning got his medical license revoked


When asked if he'd rather lose his license or wear a mask, Steven Arthur LaTulippe said he'd "sacrifice" his license "with no hesitation."

US Bureau of Land Management is returning to Washington, DC, reversing a Trump administration decision


The bureau, which oversees nearly one-fifth of public lands in the US and has more than 7,000 employees, is recalibrating after the loss of nearly 300 employees.
Minaj galvanized an anti-vaccine protest after she tweeted skeptical remarks about the COVID-19 vaccines.
Rents are rising. Housing affordability is a crisis. These companies are giving renters flexible payment plans and credit-card-like rewards.
Women working full-time, year-round made 83 cents for every dollar men made in 2020, according to median earning data from the Census Bureau.
Maggie Timoney broke glass ceilings by becoming the first female CEO of a major US beer company. She wants to ensure she's not the last.

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Fifty percent of small business owners said they're struggling with the labor shortage. But tax credits are helping incentivize the return to work.

I founded an NYC engagement ring startup hitting $1 million in monthly sales. Here's the daily routine I follow from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.


The Clear Cut cofounder Olivia Landau starts her day with a workout and watering her plants, then walks 15 mins to her office in Rockefeller Center.
Insider obtained exclusive data on the fastest growing finance growing apps this week, from cryptocurrency wallets to digital banking platforms.
The Canadian banks offering the most desirable mobile features in 2021 are RBC, TD Canada, and BMO, according to Insider Intelligence.

Meet 2021's rising stars of the electric vehicle industry, from companies like Rivian, Arrival, and Solid Power


Here are the brightest young stars at electric-vehicle companies such as Rivian, Arrival, Solid Power, and Sila Nanotechnologies.
The project's head wanted to pay homage to the nameless creator of Bitcoin, calling him the "god of our market."

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The woman's husband reported that his wife "is unconscious in a Tesla" and that the vehicle was "driving itself" on a Southern California freeway.
Despite the charm offensive between Trump and Kim, the former president made several less-than-flattering comments about the leader while in office.

Flight attendant reportedly tells passengers she will 'be annoying' towards them if they do not wear a mask


A video shot in selfie mode appears to feature a flight attendant promising to annoy maskless passengers and wake them up when if they fall asleep.

'Grease' actor Eddie Deezen accused of causing a disturbance at a Maryland restaurant and throwing plates at police during his arrest


Actor Eddie Deezen has been charged with assault, disorderly conduct, and trespassing, following an incident at a restaurant, TMZ reported.

A meteorologist was fired from his TV station after 33 years at the job because he refused to get a COVID-19 vaccine


"I have authority over my body," the meteorologist, Karl Bohnak, wrote in a Facebook post announcing his termination.

A Wisconsin pizza restaurant that's been operating for 64 years is closing down due to the labor shortage


The owner of Red's Pizza & Catering in Wisconsin is closing the restaurant amid a staff shortage. He said all of his attempts to find workers failed.

Natural disasters caused $268 billion in damages in 2020. Follow this 5-step checklist to keep your business prepared.


Natural disasters are happening with increased frequency around the country. Prepare your small business for emergencies with these expert tips.

Kamala Harris' former campaign finance chair plans to reinvent how CEOs approach diversity in corporate America with a new consulting firm


In an interview with Insider, Jon Henes spoke about starting C Street Advisory Group, a firm that helps CEOs focus on diversity and inclusion.

I struggled being a CEO, so I replaced myself. This is why it was the best decision for me and the company.


In 2020, James Routledge stood down as CEO of the mental-health business Sanctus after four years, handing the reins to a CEO he appointed.

SpaceX is launching its first all-civilian space mission tomorrow — here's what the flight means for the future of space tourism


Four civilians will set off to orbit the Earth for three days — they've spent months training for the trip, and no astronauts will be on board.
FedEx and UPS are making changes that are upsetting the status quo and driving new players, and millions in venture capital into package delivery.
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Georgia GOP Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan says party leaders pushed restrictive election laws 'because they got scared': book


"If our party wants a future where it can win majorities, it needs ideas and policies that can capture the hearts and minds of a majority," he said.

A pregnant woman who was kicked in the belly by the Taliban has been released from Afghanistan, US rep says


The woman, identified only as Nasria for safety reasons, said the Taliban was "hunting Americans" by going door to door looking for blue passports.

Georgia GOP Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan: 'Hate poured in' after I said 'President-elect Biden' on television


"People wanted to rip my head off. Friends disappeared or became rabid enemies overnight," Lieutenant Gov. Geoff Duncan said in a new book.

Right-wing activist Laura Loomer, who once said 'bad fajitas' were worse than COVID-19, has tested positive and says she's in 'so much pain'


The right-wing activist said in December 2020 that she wanted to prove that she'd had "bouts of food poisoning that are more serious" than COVID-19.
"Lucifer" recently returned for its final season and quickly became Netflix's most popular show of the week.
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