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Chipotle's CEO was an executive by age 37. Here are his 3 tips for success

At least one of them involves brushing up on U.S. history.

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A British sci-fi writer correctly predicted almost everything about modern living 60 years ago, from AI to remote work

“It will be possible—perhaps only 50 years from now—for a man to conduct his business from Tahiti or Bali just as well as he could from...

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Wracked with 'goals dysmorphia,' the vast majority of Americans don’t think they will ever be financially successful—and being a millionaire is no longer the endgame

And almost 1 in 3 say they don’t think they ever will be successful, per new Bankrate data.

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Want to make $250,000? You probably have to say goodbye to flexible work, new data reveals

There’s been a 95% drop in high-paying hybrid listings in the past year alone.

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The CEO of the Best Company to Work For sets the record straight on how Gen Z really isn't that different from any other generation—including bringing your whole self to work

"We want to know how you think," Hilton CEO Christopher Nassetta says. "I don't always agree with it, and I might tell you I don't, but I want you to...

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Restaurant wizard Danny Meyer says new grads should forget their college majors ASAP: 'You're your own boss right now'

“You learned a lot…but there may be something else inside of you that really wants to express itself.”

22.05.2024 30

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The tidal wave of AI-augmented work is coming sooner than you think, consultancy CEO says: 'Not even in the next five years, in the next year or two'

Breakthroughs in generative AI could infuse nearly $7 trillion into the global GDP in less than a decade.

21.05.2024 30

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The CEO of Crunch Fitness doesn’t think there’s such a thing as work-life balance. ‘That’s for somebody who's not fully committed.’

The Marine veteran also says there's no such thing as work-life balance.

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Some of the most talented, high-ranking workers at Apple, Microsoft, and SpaceX jumped ship after return-to-office mandates, new study reveals

Senior people may leave after a RTO more often than entry- or mid-level workers, because they simply have more to gain.

16.05.2024 30

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The cost-of-living crisis is so bleak that some Gen Zers genuinely fear becoming homeless

A new study from fintech Acorns finds almost one in four Americans are concerned their dire financial outlook could lead to homelessness.

11.05.2024 30

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Why a $3 billion software firm is betting on a flexible-work future—'the focus for us is carrot, not stick'

Sarah Franklin, a 15-year Salesforce alum, helms Lattice with the best of her former boss’ flexibility practices close at hand.

10.05.2024 20

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How college dropout and SmartSweets founder Tara Bosch went from a McDonald's job to selling her company for $360 million

The 29-year-old, who has an estimated net worth of $200 million, is still the majority owner in her low-sugar candy company that made her a...

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Why a Benioff acolyte left Salesforce after 15 years to lead a $3 billion HR software firm she thinks might one day be its rival 

AI has ushered in “a great era of augmentation," and Sarah Franklin, Lattice's new CEO, is poised to crest that wave.

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Here's how Pacaso CEO Austin Allison made his first million

The real-estate entrepreneur is focused on helping people own ritzy second homes — even just partially — in locales like Aspen, Cabo, and Miami.

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Job candidates are getting 'ghosted' and 'love-bombed': Here's the 'rot at the core of recruiting,' according to a top careers site CEO

Even in a job market that ultimately favors applicants over firms, the hiring process remains a grueling ordeal.

02.05.2024 20

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Only 7% of CEOs appointed so far this year have been women

And a quarter of them won't stay in the role longer than two years, a new report suggests.

29.04.2024 7

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Google just dropped millions of dollars to teach more people how to use AI—and an exec says it could 'create a reinvigoration of the American middle class'

AI 101 courses could produce a massive ‘upleveling effect,’ one Google exec told Fortune.

26.04.2024 20

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Demand for office space is skyrocketing, especially in New York City and Los Angeles

For the ninth straight month, office space demand has shown positive year-over-year growth.

26.04.2024 10

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How the ordeal of getting an ear piercing pushed a 34-year-old mom to ditch her law career to launch the adult version of Claire's

The 39-year-old mom of two needs full night's sleep, every night. And no compromising on the small details.

25.04.2024 20

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Tech CEO on the merits of virtual work: 'To think we should work in the exact same way as our industrial forefathers just seems odd to me'

Marco Zappacosta, chief executive of home improvement site Thumbtack, points out that ‘cottage industries’ refer to pre-Industrial Revolution...

23.04.2024 10

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Want a four-day workweek? Head to Singapore.

Singapore’s government joins other forward-thinking countries like the UK in mandating companies take flexible-work requests seriously.

17.04.2024 10

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There’s a hidden penalty to going fully remote: A 'task tax' that stymies company growth, report finds

Remote workforces spend more time on menial tasks and require more training than their in-person counterparts, a new study finds.

16.04.2024 30

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Moved far from the city during Covid? Pray you don’t lose your job

Escape the appeal of ‘brain hubs’ like New York and San Francisco at your own risk, a Berkeley economist writes.

15.04.2024 20

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The Great Resignation is effectively over. We're now in the Great Talent Stagnation, where employers' biggest concern is the lack of qualified applicants

Companies are desperate for skilled external candidates, even while their current workers are eager for opportunities to upskill, per a new report.

12.04.2024 10

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Finance returns to office as Wall Street North (NYC) and South (Miami) blow other markets out of the water with cubicles over 80% full

Offices in Miami and New York are at around 80% of their pre-pandemic occupancy, per a new report.

11.04.2024 10

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$19 billion Land O’Lakes is halting churn by giving workers flexibility over their schedules—'it’s the one thing all the people can rally around'

Factory workers haven’t reaped the benefits from the flexible-work revolution like desk workers have, Land O'Lakes supply chain chief Yone Dewberry...

08.04.2024 10

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Barry Diller proposes a four-day workweek only a billionaire could love: Go to the office every day except Friday, when you can work from home

Remote work is useless for a job that involves “anything other than sitting and staring at a screen,” the billionaire said.

05.04.2024 10

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Billionaire Mets owner Steve Cohen believes Fridays will be work-free once AI takes over—that’s why he's reportedly pouring millions into golf

The vast majority of people “will get an opportunity, I think, at some point, to have a three-game weekend,” Cohen predicts.

04.04.2024 20

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‘A four-day workweek is coming,’ billionaire Mets owner Steve Cohen declares—and you can thank the rapid rise of AI

Just don’t expect him to let any managers at his hedge fund dip out early.

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Here's why it's taking you so long to land that new job

Recruiting and applying looks nothing like it used to, ZipRecruiter's quarterly report finds.

03.04.2024 20

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Entry-level workers haven’t been this anxious about the job market in almost a decade

Less than half have a positive outlook, mainly due to layoffs and their managers’ refusal to clear the way.

02.04.2024 10

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White men who have been bullied are more likely to be workplace allies

White men will call out bias in the office "only to the extent they recognize that such bias exists and are willing to act," a new University of...

02.04.2024 5

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Economy be damned: Your workers still expect a hefty raise this year

Pay transparency and flexible work are also musts, a new Payscale report finds.

01.04.2024 4

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Gen Z will be spending $18,000 more on rent before they turn 30 than millennials did in their 20s

The youngest workers have the most to lose—and still no in-unit laundry

29.03.2024 10

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How the 43-year-old founder of [solidcore] made $100 million as her competitors went bankrupt

Anne Mahlum, worth roughly $100 million, shares how she came up with the idea for the [solidcore] workout and why she left the company last year.

28.03.2024 5

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Stanford economist says forcing people back to the office full time is a costly mistake

Winter has come for commercial real estate as a byproduct of remote work’s success, Nick Bloom told Kara Swisher and Scott Galloway.

28.03.2024 10

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Women outearn men in just a handful of U.S. cities, report finds—and not by a lot

Where they earn more, it’s just by a couple hundred dollars at most.

27.03.2024 10

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Oscar winner Olivia Colman said she’d make ‘a f--- of a lot more’ if she were a man—and she’s spot on

The actress isn’t imagining things: Women still make way less in most industries.

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Meet Stephanie Pope, the longtime Boeing exec about to become CEO of its commercial airplanes division

Pope’s appointment comes amid an executive shakeup at the embattled airplane manufacturer.

25.03.2024 8

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Remote workers say they'd return to the office if they get housing benefits—and many would even take those over a pay raise

Some would even give up three weeks of vacation for some extra help with their mortgage, a new report finds.

23.03.2024 10

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Meetings are a productivity killer—and 3 in every 4 are totally ineffective, according to a new wide-ranging study

Just 28% of meetings are actually worth the time, per a new wide-ranging Atlassian report.

21.03.2024 30

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These are the worst-paying college degrees, according to a Fed analysis of 75 majors

The best-paid jobs are held disproportionately by men.

19.03.2024 3

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Dead by 2030—C-suite execs set deadline for embracing AI at scale

Some 54% of leaders told Mercer they believe their businesses won’t survive past 2030 without incorporating machine learning.

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A TikTok star who is taking a pay cut for a 9-to-5 job explains why influencing is unsustainable

It's hard to beat an influencer salary, which can top five figures a month for just a handful of posts.

13.03.2024 10

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Why a 23-year-old TikTok influencer with 1 million followers is ready to leave it all behind for a 9-to-5 job

“When you are the brand, and you are the product, it can be very unsettling,” TikTok star Ana Wolfermann tells Fortune.

11.03.2024 8

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Engagement at work among elder millennials and Gen Zers is in 'dramatic decline,' new Gallup poll says

Young people will soon make up the bulk of the workforce—but many say their bosses aren’t satisfying their needs.

05.03.2024 20

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Who are the Ambanis, the ultra-wealthy Indian family that got Rihanna to come out of retirement to play a wedding party?

They run the largest private sector company in India, where wealth inequality runs rampant.

04.03.2024 10

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‘College wasn’t for me’: Meet the 48-year-old self-made millionaire who launched a $225 million hair styling empire as a stay-at-home mom

48-year-old Alli Webb says it only took a day to realize Drybar would be a multi-million-dollar success.

03.03.2024 30

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Glassdoor is closing its final remaining offices in Chicago and San Francisco as it goes fully remote

Hybrid isn’t flexible enough for the anonymous job-review site, Glassdoor’s CEO tells Fortune.

29.02.2024 7

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ExxonMobil CEO says Big Oil has done its part—it's time for civilians generating emissions to pay

"The dirty secret nobody talks about is how much all this is going to cost and who's willing to pay for it," Darren Woods said on Fortune’s...

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