Month: November 2021

Morsa Images | DigitalVision | Getty Images Job listings are requiring applicants get vaccinated in increasing numbers, and the trend appears poised to continue. The number of job postings mandating candidates have a Covid-19 vaccine doubled since the end of September, according to an analysis published Tuesday by Ladders, a career site for higher earners.
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Ether, the native cryptocurrency of Ethereum, hit another all-time high of $4,634 on Wednesday, according to CoinGecko. In terms of growth, the price of ether has largely outperformed bitcoin, the largest cryptocurrency by market value, this year. It also has some well-known fans, including billionaire investor Mark Cuban. “I have my fair share of bitcoin,
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(Click here to subscribe to the Delivering Alpha newsletter.) While much of the world has been focused on environmental, social, and governance issues over the past few years, more recently, cracks are starting to show in the way companies are working to solve ESG challenges.  Eileen Murray is the chairperson at the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority and
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The 2022 Austrian budget proposal advances the tax reform plan agreed to by 2020’s coalition government formed by the Austrian People’s Party and the Greens. While Europe is registering record spikes in energy costs, Austria is pushing ahead with an agenda for carbon emissions reduction with a phased-in carbon levy. At the same time, the
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Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, D-N.Y., attends an an all-day vigil for a national paid leave policy on Nov. 2, 2021 in Washington, D.C. Paul Morigi | Getty Images Entertainment | Getty Images A proposal for a national paid family leave program has been dropped from proposed Build Back Better legislation. But the fight for a policy
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