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With over 110 million Americans over age 50, it’s no wonder this Princeton grad’s startup raised over $161M in funding to help people conquer retirement.
A journey through the car manufacturer’s highs and lows, from lovable ads to emissions scandals.
Some companies haven’t been raising prices. Instead, they’ve been cutting back customer services and conveniences, but how should that be measured?
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Land acknowledgments state that activities are taking place on land previously owned by Indigenous peoples. They’re popular—but they may harm more than they heal, say three anthropologists.
From boomers to zoomers, the concept gets social history all wrong.
Think you’re investing ethically? You might be surprised.
Work and leisure both contribute to well-being—but there’s another important source of happiness, too.
Poet Saeed Jones used to consider himself a longtime fan of the comedian. But Chappelle’s new Netflix special “The Closer,” which fixates on gay and trans people, feels like a stab in the back.