How to create folders in Outlook in 4 simple steps

You can create folders in Outlook in a few simple steps, providing yourself an easy way to keep various files separated and easy to find. Outlook folders can be used to organize everything from emails to contacts to tasks to your various calendars. The method used to create an Outlook folder in the most recent 2019 version of the software will work for several older variations of the software as well. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Outlook can become a crowded place fast...
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How to turn down the alarm volume on your iPhone in 2 ways

You can turn down the alarm volume on your iPhone in two different ways using your iPhone's Settings app.  Apple lets iPhone users turn down their alarm manually through the Sounds menu in Settings.  You can also turn down the alarm volume on your iPhone by toggling on an option that turns your ringer volume keys into a volume control for your alarm. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Whether you want to permanently reduce the volume of your iPhone alarms to av...
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How to forward emails from Outlook to another account by creating a 'rule' that does it for you automatically

You can forward emails from Outlook by creating a rule that instructs Outlook to automatically forward email to another person or email account, as long as it's in your Outlook contacts.  You can set up forwarding using the Rules button in the ribbon bar.      When you set up a forwarding rule, you can forward all the email arriving in a specific email account, from a specific person, or fine-tune the rule to suit your needs. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. ...
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Trump says he doesn't want to talk to Xi right now, could even cut China ties

U.S. President Donald Trump signaled a further deterioration of his relationship with China over the novel coronavirus, saying he has no interest in speaking to President Xi Jinping right now and going so far as to suggest he could even cut ties with the world's second largest economy.
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'Wild, wild West': Wisconsin reopens for business

As a handful of patrons sat at the bar nursing beers and watching a rerun of a Milwaukee Bucks basketball game on a cloudy Thursday afternoon, Junior Useling prepared for what he hoped would be another busy night at the Patio Bar & Grill.
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China's top energy firms to grow gas output despite spending cuts

China's top energy producers will grow their natural gas output this year by twice as much as in the previous oil rout even as they slash spending due to collapsing oil prices, company officials and analysts said.
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China healthcare investment booms on virus-related spending bets

China's healthcare and biotech firms are capitalising on a surge of interest in the sector due to the coronavirus pandemic by raising a record $6.8 billion in fresh equity-linked transactions this year.
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Singapore's Temasek joins Facebook-backed Libra project

Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings has joined the Facebook-backed Libra digital currency project which has faced intense scrutiny from global regulators worried its launch could erode national control over money.
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China stats bureau expects economic recovery to continue

China's statistics bureau said on Friday that it expects the country's economic recovery to continue, but warned that increased risks of a global recession pose significant challenges for exports.
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Budget 2020: Grant Robertson rules out capital gains tax, looks to economic growth to get out of debt hole

Finance minister Grant Robertson says New Zealand will pay down its increased debt level - driven by the Government's Covid-19 response - over time as a result of the economy growing.And it won't be putting a capital gains tax... [Author: [email protected]]
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Awkward greetings and long queues as Hong Kong's financiers return to work

The greetings are awkward and the skyscraper lifts half-empty. But Hong Kong's cafes are filling and taxis are harder to find as the first wave of financial professionals return to their offices after an easing of coronavirus lockdown rules.
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How to delete files from Dropbox to save space in 3 ways, and recover them later

You can delete files from Dropbox in order to recover storage space.  You can delete files from Dropbox using your browser or the Dropbox app. If you delete a file from Dropbox and later change your mind, you have up to 30 days to restore it. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. No matter which version of Dropbox you're using — the free Dropbox Basic service or one of the paid tiers — you don't have unlimited storage. This means you may sometimes need to delete ce...
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TSMC to build a $12 billion advanced semiconductor plant in Arizona with US government support

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., the world’s largest contract semiconductor foundry, said today that it plans to build an advanced chip foundry in Arizona with support from the state and the United States federal government. The announcement follows a Wall Street Journal report earlier this week that White House officials were in talks with TSMC and Intel to build foundries in the U.S., as part of its effort to reduce reliance on chip factories in Asia. Based in Hsinchu, Taiwan, TSMC prov...
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How to cancel a Dropbox paid subscription and downgrade to a Basic account

You can cancel a Dropbox subscription for a paid Dropbox Plus or Dropbox Professional account at any time. To cancel your subscription, sign in to Dropbox through a web browser and go to the Plans section of your account settings. Once you cancel your Dropbox subscription, you'll still have access to the paid service until the end of your scheduled billing cycle. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Like many internet services, Dropbox offers a multi-tiered subscription model....
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How to create a group email in Outlook to make emailing a group of people more efficient

You can easily create a group email in Outlook (also known as a Contact Group) to make emailing a group of people more efficient and convenient.  A Contact Group is a distribution list that lets you add multiple names to an email message with a single entry on the To: line.  You can add multiple names to a Contact Group and give it a friendly name you can enter on the To: line of an email.   Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. If you find yourself sending email ...
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Working out at home? These are the best total gyms for home use for May 2020

If you are planning on getting into shape and need some new home gym equipment, we have you covered.
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A Guide to Components for Product Managers

Drawing on my own experience as a naive Product Manager, the goal of this talk to increase awareness into the world of front-end JavaScript components. Specifically how to research these at the start of a project to avoid going into production with the wrong ones. In a recent live stream from one of our mentors […]
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China's factory output posts first increase for 2020 but consumption still weak

China's industrial output rose 3.9% in April from a year earlier, data showed on Friday, expanding for the first time this year as the world's second-largest economy slowly emerged from its coronavirus lockdown.
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Sanofi says COVID-19 vaccine will be available worldwide simultaneously

Sanofi will ensure that a potential vaccine against COVID-19, if approved, reaches all regions of the world at the same time, the chairman of the French drugmaker said on Thursday.
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Brazil's Petrobras warns economy has changed forever as it books massive impairment

Brazil's Petrobras took a 65.3 billion real ($11.2 billion) impairment on its exploration and production assets on Thursday, warning investors that changes in consumer behavior resulting from the coronavirus pandemic would likely be permanent.
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To Whom It May Concern

Ask online career experts what they think of using “To Whom It May Concern” on a cover letter and you’ll soon find out the vast […]
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Near-term U.S. economic outlook darkens, slow recovery to follow: Reuters poll

An already-dismal near-term U.S. economic outlook has darkened further in the latest Reuters poll of economists, and while a recovery is still forecast for the second half, the economy won't come close to regaining the ground it lost this year.
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Want a fast recovery? Invest in tests, Fed's Kaplan says

Even with tens of millions of jobs lost and a historic decline in output projected this quarter, the U.S. economy could still pull off a relatively quick recovery, Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan said on Thursday.
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'Does LastPass work offline?': How to access your encrypted password vault without WiFi or mobile data

Yes, LastPass works offline, but you need to have accessed your account at least once before on the device you're currently using.  Also, to get LastPass to work offline, you must enable the offline mode in your account settings before you attempt to view your Vault without WiFi or mobile data.  LastPass's offline mode won't work for every plan tier, as LastPass Teams or individual Enterprise and Identity accounts may have limited to no offline access.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference...
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How to delete your Dropbox account in 5 simple steps, permanently erasing your files and personal information

If you delete your Dropbox account, it will erase all your online data and unlink your devices from the Dropbox service.  Deleting your Dropbox account is permanent and can only be done through a browser, not the mobile app.  You can delete your Dropbox account from the General page of your account settings on Dropbox's website. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. If you have subscribed to a paid Dropbox account and no longer want to pay to maintain it, you can ...
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The best Microsoft Surface Pro deals and bundles for May 2020

Microsoft Surface devices run the gamut when it comes to features and pricing, and with the lineup expanded with two new models for 2019, it’s not as easy as it was to find the right one for your needs. To help you out, we’ve scoured the web to bring you this list of the best Microsoft Surface Pro deals.
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How to delete your Outlook account in 2 different ways

If you want to delete your Outlook account, you'll need to close your entire Microsoft account. As an alternative, you could choose to remove your email address from your Outlook account instead.  Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. If you aren't interested in keeping your Outlook account and want to delete it, you do have the option to delete it — but with a large caveat. Doing so would require you to delete your entire Microsoft account. In that case, your emai...
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Singapore Airlines cuts capital spending estimate by 12% amid virus crisis

Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Friday it would slash capital spending by 12% to S$5.3 billion ($3.72 billion) from a previously planned S$6 billion in the financial year ending March 31 as it grapples with the coronavirus crisis.
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Pamper your pooches: Inside NZ's first fine dining restaurant

Hotdogs for hot dogs will be on the menu at the country's first restaurant dedicated to canine fine dining.The new business has the backing of multi-millionaire Bill Smale and has been created by entrepreneur Sam Kim,24, who says... [Author: [email protected]]
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How to create an email template in Outlook to save time in formatting

You can easily create an email template in Outlook by creating a new email and accessing the menu for templates. You can create multiple templates, which can be accessed later in the same area that they were created. Visit Business Insider's Tech Reference library for more stories. Email templates can be a saving grace if you find that you have a lot of repetitive tasks at work. If you're an Outlook user, the process of creating and using those templates is quick and easy.   Just keep in mind...
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