Best Work-From-Home Companies 2022

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Written by Mara Gates

Every year, PowerToFly creates a list of the best work-from-home companies. Now that over half of the U.S. workforce is remote, compiling that list was a bit more challenging.

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As Miami Keeps Building, Rising Seas Deepen Its Social Divide

Ignoring sea level rise and intensifying flooding, Miami has continued to build luxury real estate near the water at a rapid pace. But as developers eye higher ground, communities of color will likely bear the heaviest burden from the changes …

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Meet DOGEY, the new cryptocurrency that will help abandoned dogs

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Meet DOGEY, the new cryptocurrency that will help abandoned dogs
Dogey or Doge Yellow Coin is an inflation-proof upgrade of the Doge Coin and will be supported by Elon Musk, as promoted on their website.

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Financial Advisers Pitch Bitcoin to Investors to Offset Portfolio Losses

Written by: Michael Wursthorn, WSJ

A survey of 529 financial advisers earlier this year found that 14% were using or recommending cryptocurrencies. An ad for bitcoin and cryptocurrencies.

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New managed crypto accounts take advantage of a tax-loss …
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Central bank digital currencies are coming. The US must be prepared

Written by Emily Parker

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Cryptocurrencies, like bitcoin and dogecoin, have dominated the news cycle in recent months. Meanwhile, the rise of another type of digital currency has gotten far less attention: central bank digital currencies (CBDCs).

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With a cost of over $20 billion and decreased revenue due to no fans, how many billions will Tokyo lose on the Olympics?

By Weston Blasi

The Tokyo Olympics will begin on Friday while Japan is in a state of emergency due to spiking cases of COVID-19 and the dangerous delta variant.

Recent polling suggests 83% of people who live in Japan believe …

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Miami-Dade County just broke a real estate record. Here are the details

BY REBECCA SAN JUAN

Miami-Dade and Broward counties experienced historic residential sales numbers. Above: An aerial view of single-family homes off Lake Santa Barbara in Pompano Beach, FL in April 2021.  MOCNER@MIAMIHERALD.COM

Miami-Dade County in June saw …

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Meet Saad Ahmad, Recent Economics Alum

Saad Ahmad graduated from the University of Miami in May 2021 with a major in Economics and a minor in Finance. While pursuing his Bachelor’s, he served as a Congressional Intern for Congressman Cedric Richmond.

During his time at the …

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Meet Abigail A. Adeleke, former Student Government President

Abigail A. Adeleke graduated from the University of Miami in May 2021 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and Psychology and a minor in Spanish. During her last year at the U, she served as Student Government President. Before graduating, …

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10 Reasons the Cryptocurrency Bubble Is Bursting

Authored by: Sean Williams

Retrieved from The Motley Fool | 10 Reasons the Cryptocurrency Bubble Is Bursting

For more than 100 years, the stock market has been one of the greatest wealth creators in this country. Stocks might have taken a …

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