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The Mogul in Search of a Kinder, Gentler Capitalism

A self-made multimillionaire who married into a revered European banking dynasty, Lynn Forester de Rothschild now spends her time calling…

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Why Melinda Gates Spends Time ‘Letting My Heart Break’

One of the richest women in the world devoted decades to preparing for a pandemic. Source

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How to Get Back Into the Job Market

Broaden your horizons. The transition to, and acceptance of, remote work has enabled employers to cast a wider net when…

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N.A.A.C.P. Leader Says ‘a Few Checks’ Can’t Fix Structural Racism

“There is a responsibility of corporations to ensure that we maintain a stable democracy,” Derrick Johnson said. Source

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Welcome to the YOLO Economy

In addition to the job-hopping you’d expect during boom times, the pandemic has created many more remote jobs, and expanded…

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A City Strapped: Photographing a New York in Need

Times Insider explains who we are and what we do, and delivers behind-the-scenes insights into how our journalism comes together.…

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Sam’s Club C.E.O. on the Company’s High Sales and Low Wages

What I look at is, “How do I create great jobs and great careers?” The starting wage is one thing,…

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Amazon Union Drive Takes Hold in Unlikely Place

The largest, most viable effort to unionize Amazon in many years began last summer not in a union stronghold like…

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‘There Is a Bigger Role’: A C.E.O. Pushes Diversity

Tim Ryan, a white man and the U.S. chairman and senior partner at PwC, has made equity and inclusion a…

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Patagonia’s Former C.E.O. Retreats to the Rainforest

You left Patagonia abruptly last year. What happened? I had been having a conversation with the Chouinards in 2019 about…

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