BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-07T15:23:35Z

6 jobs that can earn you a 6-figure salary in the $85 billion cannabis industry

The cannabis industry continues to grow despite hurdles. From director of cultivation to VP of retail, here are some of the best-paying jobs.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-07T14:05:00Z
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11 subtle behaviors that could be seriously jeopardizing your relationship

Business Insider rounded up science-backed insights on the traits and behaviors that can doom a romantic relationship.
Strategy 2020-02-07T13:45:00Z
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PRESENTING: The entrepreneur's ultimate guide to partnering with Amazon so you can make a boatload of money with fewer risks

Amazon invested over $15 billion last year in its third-party seller partnerships. Our guide walks you through how to start selling the platform.
Strategy 2020-02-07T13:45:00Z

Breakups are painful, but they can lead to important self-discovery. Here are 4 questions to ask yourself after a heartbreak.

When the dust has settled and you're ready to take a birds-eye view of your breakup, use these questions as a guide for future relationships.
Personal Finance 2020-02-10T14:39:00Z

4 types of money mistakes that will stand in the way of building wealth

After five years of studying people at opposite ends of the wealth spectrum, I was able to identify patterns that lead to bad money decisions.
Strategy 2020-02-10T14:37:00Z

42% of US employees have experienced or seen racism at work. It's the latest example of how diversity efforts are falling short, especially in America.

Surveys from McKinsey and SAP have also pointed to lagging racial diversity and inclusion efforts at US companies.
Strategy 2020-02-10T14:35:00Z

A psychological technique my mom taught me changed my marriage — here's how

My mother, a clinical psychologist, used to practice mirroring on us as children. Now, it's helped my husband and I understand each other.
Strategy 2020-02-10T14:21:00Z

12 things people decide within seconds of meeting you

It takes just three seconds for someone to determine whether they like you and want to do business with you. Make that time count.
Strategy 2020-02-10T14:15:00Z

7 powerful ways that introverts can uniquely contribute to the workplace

Introverts may sometimes feel left out or overlooked at work, but their reserved nature can actually make them a strong asset in any industry.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-10T14:15:00Z

Afraid to increase your rates as a freelancer? Here's how one 6-figure presentation designer does it.

Adrienne Johnston started freelancing as a graphic designer in 2018, earning $200,000 her second year. This is how she raised her rates to make more.
Strategy 2020-02-10T14:00:00Z

Valentine's Day on a budget: These dinner, gift, and date ideas could help you make this special day fun — and affordable — for your special someone

Expensive gifts aren't the only way to show your partner that you care. These Valentine's Day options will make both your partner and wallet happy.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-10T13:35:00Z

6 strategies to manage your work and personal life during a divorce so you can regain control and avoid burnout

Splitting from a partner can be both mentally and physically draining, but divorce attorneys say compartmentalizing can help you stay productive.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-10T13:00:00Z

How a disastrous product pitch taught Stanley Black & Decker's CTO the importance of checking egos at the door — and why all aspiring tech leaders need to take note

The experience taught Mark Maybury to not only solicit insight from everyone, but make it a point to share your knowledge with others.
Strategy Contributors 2020-02-10T11:34:00Z

TED Talk coaches use one simple trick to keep nervous speakers calm during public talks

It may come as a surprise but audiences embrace anxious speakers during speeches, especially if the person talking can acknowledge their nervousness.
Strategy 2020-02-09T16:27:00Z

12 science-backed facts about cheating that all couples should know

We rounded up science-backed and expert insights on infidelity of all kinds in romantic relationships.
Strategy 2020-02-09T16:00:00Z

19 countries where the kids of the wealthy are most likely to end up poor

In these countries, children from families in the highest echelon have a higher chance of suffering the reverse of the American Dream than in the US.
Strategy 2020-02-09T15:56:00Z

PRESENTING: Relationship experts share the 12 warning signs that can predict divorce

Researchers have pinpointed multiple factors that make it more likely a married couple will split up, from your level of education to when you marry.
Strategy 2020-02-09T15:14:00Z

SALARY BREAKDOWN: Here's how much 2019 grads of top MBA programs are bringing in

We've collected our salary breakdowns for top schools like Wharton, Booth, Kellogg, and more to gauge whether the pricey programs are worth it.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-09T15:00:00Z

Inside the work week of a luxury destination wedding planner, who pulled everything together in 5 days and woke up at 1 a.m. to build the venue from scratch

Event planning is hard work — from finding vendors to day-of coordination. One veteran shares how she managed to pull off a wedding in one week.
Strategy 2020-02-09T15:00:00Z

The simplest yet most effective ways to prevent workplace stress from damaging your relationship, according to a psychotherapist

While going for a brisk walk during your lunch break might sound simple, a little exercise might be all you need to replenish your emotional reserves.
Strategy 2020-02-09T14:47:00Z

We did the math to calculate how many hours it takes America's top CEOs to make what their workers earn in one year

Several CEOs, including Disney's Bob Iger and Starbucks' Kevin Johnson, took less than a day to make a typical employee's annual salary.
Tech 2020-02-09T14:29:00Z

San Francisco's Sea Cliff neighborhood, where Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey owns $30 million worth of homes, is a parade of oceanside mansions. Here's what it's like inside.

Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey is just one resident in the enclave on the opposite side of downtown that features stunning, high-priced villas.
Finance 2020-02-09T14:27:08Z

The spiritual mastermind behind WeWork, the execs Jeff Bezos counts on, and the last town before Mars

Adam and Rebekah Neumann. Jeff Bezos. Elon Musk. They dominated business headlines through 2019, and this week, I wanted to highlight a bunch of great stories on that very group.
Strategy 2020-02-09T13:53:00Z

A day in the life of New York sanitation workers, who get up at 3:30 a.m. to pick up trash in one of the filthiest cities in America

We shadowed two sanitation workers from the New York Department of Sanitation and discovered why it's one of the most dangerous jobs in America.
Tech 2020-02-08T22:03:00Z

AI 101: How learning computers are becoming smarter

In a new 2018 report, ?BI Intelligence,?Business Insider's premium research service, describes how AI works and looks at its present and potential future applications.
Strategy 2020-02-08T16:00:00Z

The skills and knowledge you need to succeed in the fastest-growing jobs in America

Active listening, English language skills, and psychology are all important skills and areas of knowledge for these jobs.
Finance 2020-02-08T15:31:00Z

Goldman Sachs is going through a huge transformation under CEO David Solomon. Here's everything you need to know.

The bank has big consumer ambitions and is shedding its old-school image, and a slew of partners have headed for the exits.
Strategy 2020-02-08T15:00:00Z

5 lessons on jealousy and romance that couples can learn from their friends in non-monogamous relationships

Research shows that about 20% of Americans engage in CNM in their lifetimes, and psychologists say it's a case study in effective communication.
Strategy 2020-02-08T14:45:00Z

A journalist interviewed hundreds of people to see what life after 30 looks like in the US. Meet the 30-year-old trying to figure out how far he is from his American Dream.

"I feel like my life is just beginning. A lot more to it. I'm in a better place, more secure in myself," says Joe Tocci, a 30-year-old living in NYC.
Personal Finance 2020-02-08T14:30:00Z

I'm a full-time digital nomad, and credit card points make traveling 8 months of the year no more expensive than staying at home

I'm able to keep my transportation and lodging costs low largely by using points and miles from my credit cards, which provide a lot of value.
BI Prime Enterprise 2020-02-08T14:00:00Z

Google can claim rights over code that its employees write for outside projects, and former Googlers say this policy 'could potentially put' other projects at risk

Google has publicly documented rules owning intellectual property that employees create. Former Googlers share their experiences with this policy.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-08T13:00:00Z

Meet Rebekah Neumann: Insiders describe the spiritual, strategic mastermind who was the driving force behind WeWork and her husband, Adam Neumann

Rebekah Neumann was a behind-the-scenes force at WeWork, protecting her CEO husband from himself while steering the $47B startup beyond its depth.
BI Prime Tech 2020-02-08T13:00:00Z

This LA founder just raised $40 million for his startup. Here's his unconventional advice to founders on putting together a pitch deck.

FloQast founder Mike Whitmire bucked tradition — and some of his early investors — when he put together his pitch deck. But it worked.
Tech 2020-02-08T12:30:00Z

The most unusual, extravagant ways tech executives like Larry Ellison and Elon Musk have spent their money

They've spent money on everything from a massive chunk of the state of Hawaii to the submarine car from the James Bond film "The Spy Who Loved Me."
Finance 2020-02-08T01:11:22Z

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's big-money career may have begun already with a speech for JP Morgan

It isn't clear whether the Duke and Duchess were paid — but speaking gigs like this are widely expected to provide them with a post-royal income.
Strategy 2020-02-07T21:39:16Z

NYU Professor Scott Galloway says the Iowa caucus is 'damaging and irrational,' and calls for the caucuses to be reordered or eliminated

"So, who has influence over the most influential people in the world? Old white people. Specifically, about 171,000 of them."
Strategy 2020-02-07T18:59:33Z

PRESENTING: The anonymous spreadsheet 700 women (and counting) are filling out with their salaries to close the wage gap in tech

Lizzie Kardon wanted to close the gendered wage gap in tech. So she made a spreadsheet for women to compare salaries with one another.
Strategy 2020-02-07T17:38:00Z

Finland just gave both parents 7 months of parental leave. Here's why it could drastically reduce postpartum depression in the country.

A woman's physical health benefits with another partner at home after childbirth, researchers found.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-07T17:37:25Z

How Amazon's best small business cashed in on the $3 billion coffee-creamer boom and grew from a kitchen to national distribution in just 6 years

Madeline Haydon, founder and CEO of Nutpods, invented a plant-based coffee creamer that is now available in more than 15,000 stores across the US.
Advertising 2020-02-07T17:02:56Z

Seeking nominations for the top PR experts in crisis management

We want to hear who are executives and companies' first call when they're facing reputation damage, crises, or other difficult situations.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-07T16:59:00Z

Many women face gender bias on the path to becoming a CEO. Here's why those obstacles?often persist even once they've reached the top.

Men are more likely than women to get jobs that involve profit-and-loss responsibilities, which better positions them to become CEO.
BI Prime Careers 2020-02-07T16:46:00Z

The CEO of Swiss pharma giant Novartis voluntarily gave up $400,000 of his bonus because of a controversy swirling around the world's most expensive drug

Novartis CEO Vas Narasimhan requested a lower bonus because of a data-manipulation controversy involving the gene therapy Zolgensma.
Executive Lifestyle 2020-02-07T16:06:00Z

Whether you're single or married, everyone should know these 11 facts about flirting

We rounded up some intriguing scientific findings on smooth-talking the person you're attracted to — whether they're a total stranger or your spouse.
Strategy Contributors 2020-02-07T15:00:00Z

A career coach took 60 managers to an ape orgy to learn how to reduce conflict and increase respect in the workplace

Managers can reflect on their leadership styles by observing ape hierarchies, who have different hierarchies depending on their species.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-07T14:52:00Z

Melinda Gates explained the simple secret to making her marriage to Bill work — and it holds an important lesson about successful relationships

Melinda Gates said she and Bill share the same values, and relationship experts agree that couples with similar values last longer.
Personal Finance 2020-02-07T14:45:00Z

I'm a self-made millionaire and the biggest money mistake I've made isn't anything I did — it's what I didn't do

I would have built wealth much quicker had I opened an investment account in my teens. More specifically, I wish I'd opened a Roth IRA.
Strategy 2020-02-07T14:40:00Z

6 conversations about work every successful couple should have

It's important to create boundaries between your personal and professional life, but you should talk to your partner about how work impacts you.
Strategy 2020-02-07T14:30:00Z

I went from intern to VP of human resources at FedEx services. Here are my 4 tips for turning an internship into a dream career.

Landing a great internship is only half the challenge — it's what you do during the internship that can make or break your career path.
Strategy 2020-02-07T14:30:00Z

The founder of the Miss Black USA Pageant on how to stop talking about your goals and actually start achieving them

Focus on small, immediate steps you can take right now, today, with whatever resources you currently have, says founder and mentor Karen Arrington.
BI Prime Strategy 2020-02-07T14:15:00Z

3 freelance web designers making over $100,000 a year dish on how to find clients, market your work, and reach booming success on your own

These self-employed web designers focus on referrals and SEO, among other things, to make anywhere from $150,000 to $500,000 a year.
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