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Billionaire Bill Gross and his millionaire neighbor are back in court amid a months-long feud over an expensive sculpture and the 'Gilligan's Island' theme song

Amy and Bill Gross. PATRICK T. FALLON / Contributor / Getty Images Billionaire investor Bill Gross is back in court this week over a spat with his neighbor. The neighbor claims Gross and his wife, Amy, violated a court order regarding playing loud music. The conflict stems from a $1 million glass sculpture on Gross's property. See more stories on Insider's business page. Billionaire bond investor Bill Gross and his wife, Amy, are back in court this week over an ongoing spat with ...
Tags: News, Law, Gross, California, Life, Finance, Trends, Bloomberg, Billionaires, Pimco, Bill Gross, Times, Los Angeles Times, Billionaire, Amy, Schwartz


I'm a former Goldman Sachs analyst who raised over $8.5 million for my fashion startup. Here's how I realized finance wasn't for me.

Meg He is the cofounder of fashion startup ADAY. Bridget Badore Meg He, 33, is the cofounder of ADAY, a fashion brand that creates sustainable professional workwear. After leaving a career in finance and venture capitalism, He started ADAY with former Goldman Sachs coworker Nina Faulhaber. This is what running her business is like, as told to freelance writer Claire Turrell. See more stories on Insider's business page. I've always had an entrepreneurial spirit and liked to set myse...
Tags: Fashion, UK, New York, Finance, US, Careers, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Entrepreneurs, Trends, Strategy, Startup, Italy, Portugal, Retail, Goldman Sachs


Leading a healthy life can help you save more money in the longterm

The COVID-19 pandemic has, for many, shone a light on how deeply health and finance are intertwined. Getty Images Living a healthy lifestyle can save you more money over time. Healthier habits can have an impact on your household finances. Here are some tips to improve your personal finances by leading a healthier life. See more stories on Insider's business page. There are a lot of different factors that go into saving money. Beyond the obviously like good financial planning, there ar...
Tags: UK, Money, Saving Money, Saving, Life, Finance, International, Trends, Investing, Nordic, Financial Advice, Health Advice, BI General Contributors, International Contributors, Finance Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan


7 tips from 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' that may help you save up quickly

Getty Images / Thomas Trutschel / Contributor Reading is a fundamental step when attempting to improve your personal finances. One of the most acclaimed books is Rich Dad, Poor Dad, which includes tips to help you save money. See more stories on Insider's business page. There are some must-read books in personal finances that will help you develop good saving habits.Undergoing training and taking the time to read can help you improve economic control so you can become more financially...
Tags: UK, Money, Saving, Savings, Finance, International, Careers, Trends, Wealth, Investing, Financial Planning, Nordic, Don, Robert Kiyosaki, Rich Dad Poor Dad, Intelligent Investing


There's hardly been a better time to be a wealth manager to the ultrarich as the war for talent escalates. Here are 5 firms on the hunt.

The war for wealth talent intensified during the pandemic, and shows no signs of stopping. Samantha Lee/Business Insider Demand for private wealth and banking services grew during the pandemic and shows no signs of stopping. Firms are competing for talent to cater to moneyed clients who are worth at least $10 million. These are five of the players on the hiring hunt. See more stories on Insider's business page. America's wealthy are getting richer thanks to a booming stock market. ...
Tags: New York, Texas, California, Finance, New York City, US, Careers, America, Trends, Wyoming, Merrill Lynch, Recruitment, East Coast, Private Banking, Hiring, Pittsburgh


Wall Street keeps raising salaries to compete - but the Chinese hedge fund Ubiquant is beating them out for talent by offering $300,000 to entry-level employees

Getty Images Chinese hedge fund Ubiquant is offering $300,000 starting salaries to snag top graduates as the industry's talent pool dwindles. It told Bloomberg that it hired 10 new graduates in 2020, and that its yearly applicants jumped to 300. CEO Wang Chen said that he's offered $1 million salaries to more experienced hires, and gives incentives of up to $1.5 million to top performers. See more stories on Insider's business page. As pay raise fever sweeps Wall Street firms,...
Tags: Finance, Wall Street, China, US, Careers, Trends, Tech, Bloomberg, Beijing, Alibaba, Morgan Stanley, Hedge Funds, Blackrock, Zhejiang, Shaw, Wang Chen


The rise and fall of Elizabeth Holmes, the Theranos founder who is now on trial for fraud

Elizabeth Holmes leaves after a hearing at a federal court in San Jose, California, on July 17, 2019. Reuters/Stephen Lam Elizabeth Holmes dropped out of Stanford at 19 to start Theranos, and grew its value to $9 billion. Later, technology flaws were exposed, and Theranos and Holmes were charged with "massive fraud." Jury selection for Holmes' fraud trial began Tuesday. She could face up to 20 years in prison. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. In 2014, blood-test...
Tags: Apple, Startups, Hbo, New York, Science, Instagram, Abc, California, Steve Jobs, Washington, Cbs News, Finance, Stanford, China, Singapore, US


The 14 rules to follow to make sure you stick to your wedding budget, according to a financial planner

It's easy to spend more on your wedding than you'd planned. khamiak/Shutterstock It's easy to get carried away and to spend more on your wedding than you'd planned. It's important to know your financial limits and to stick to them. Here are 14 tips from financial planner Adele Martin to help you stick to a budget. See more stories on Insider's business page. Planning a wedding is a tricky task, and it's easy to end up spending more than you'd originally plan...
Tags: Personal Finance, Facebook, UK, Marriage, Life, Finance, International, Trends, Budgeting, Weddings, Financial Planning, Polaroid, Nordic, Martin, Wedding Budget, Michael Kovac Getty


Build Your Own Economy to Be a Success

Uncertainty. It’s a word you hear a lot these days. How do you live with uncertainty? How do you face the great unknown? Think like an entrepreneur, and build your own economy! Today we’ll share the three components you need to do just that. Click the player to listen to this episode of The BIGG […] The post Build Your Own Economy to Be a Success appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Personal Finance, Podcast, Life, Finance, Careers, Entrepreneur, Economy, Personal Development, Financial Freedom, Whiteboard, Bigg Success, George Krueger, Mary-lynn Foster, The Bigg Success Show, The Professor And Mary-lynn, Personal Economy


How to nab a competitive 2022 summer internship at Wall Street banks like Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley

How to land a summer internship on Wall Street. Reuters/herval Summer internships at Wall Street banks boast some of the most sought-after undergrad opportunities. Nailing down an internship could mean starting your search as early as 12 to 18 months beforehand. Our reporting can help you stay on top of the recruiting cycle and stand out on interviews. See more stories on Insider's business page. Today's interns could be tomorrow's managing directors.Even if that's somewhat...
Tags: Finance, Wall Street, Careers, Trends, Credit Suisse, Citigroup, Goldman Sachs, University of Pennsylvania, Morgan Stanley, Goldman, KKR, Bain, Citi, Mckinsey, Jpmorgan, IB


How much should you be paid? Compare 250,000 salaries from top companies with Insider's Salary Database

Skye Gould/Business Insider Insider has compiled more than 250,000 salaries across more than 250 companies to help you determine how much you should be paid. The data comes from visa disclosures and can be used to compare salaries across industries, companies, and locations. Check it out here. Insider has built a searchable database of over 250,000 salaries from more than 250 companies so that you can know how much you should be paid.America has long had a taboo against salary sharing, a...
Tags: Amazon, Finance, Careers, America, Trends, Compensation, Salary, H-1b Visa, Tech Insider, Skye Gould, Alex Nicoll, BI Graphics, Skye Gould Business Insider Insider, Microsoft Goldman Sachs Google


OnlyFans flipped its decision to ban porn, but some sex workers feel 'jerked around' and are continuing to look for other platforms

Sex worker Lydia Love said she has "even less trust" in OnlyFans after it walked back on its decision to ban porn. Crystal Cox/BI Photo After OnlyFans announced it would ban porn, sex workers told Insider they felt "angry and confused." The company doubled back on Wednesday, but some creators say they can't trust OnlyFans anymore. OnlyFans said its banking partners assured the company they would support "all genres of creators." See more stories on Insider's business page. This wee...
Tags: News, Sex, Finance, Porn, Trends, Tech, Sex Work, Aquarius, Visa, Sex Workers, JPMorgan Chase, BNY Mellon, Jasmine, Wilde, Jane Wilde, The Financial Times


57 highly influential business and leadership books that can boost your management skills

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Some of the most influential business and leadership books include "Dare to Lead," "The Lean Startup," and "Grit." Amazon; Alyssa Powell/Insider Reading is a common denominator among successful people in business. New information and perspectives help us grow smarter, more innovative, and more resilient. Below are 57 of the most influential business books, including memoirs and psychology books. If you ...
Tags: Reviews, Apple, Google, Amazon, Mark Zuckerberg, Books, Arianna Huffington, Steve Jobs, Washington, Finance, Stanford, Stephen King, Careers, America, Barack Obama, Trends


There's hardly been a better time to be a wealth manager as the war for talent accelerates. Here are 5 firms on the hunt.

The war for wealth talent intensified during the pandemic, and shows no signs of stopping. Samantha Lee/Business Insider Demand for private wealth and banking services grew during the pandemic and shows no signs of stopping. Firms are competing for talent to cater to moneyed clients who are worth at least $10 million. These are five of the top players on the hiring hunt. See more stories on Insider's business page. America's wealthy are getting richer thanks to a booming stock mark...
Tags: New York, Texas, California, Finance, New York City, US, Careers, America, Trends, Wyoming, Merrill Lynch, East Coast, Pittsburgh, Wells Fargo, Bbva, Rockefeller


Meet Shou Zi Chew, TikTok's 39-year-old CEO who got his start at Facebook and led a Chinese smartphone giant through one of the biggest tech IPOs in history

Shou Zi Chew in Hong Kong, Saturday, June 23, 2018. Kin Cheung/AP Shou Zi Chew is TikTok's CEO and the CFO of its parent company, Bytedance. He's 39 years old, went to Harvard Business School, and interned at Facebook when it was a startup. Here's what else you need to know about the young tech executive. See more stories on Insider's business page. TikTok, whose massively popular video-sharing platform is used by millions across the world, got a new chief executive in May,...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Hong Kong, News, Finance, China, Singapore, US, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Joe Biden, Harvard, Xiaomi, Chinese communist party


How leading a healthy life can save you money in the longterm

The COVID-19 pandemic has, for many, shone a light on how deeply health and finance are intertwined. Getty Images Living a healthy lifestyle can save you more money over time. Healthier habits can have an impact on your household finances. Here are some tips to improve your personal finances by leading a healthier life. See more stories on Insider's business page. There are a lot of different factors that go into saving money. Beyond the obviously like good financial planning, there ar...
Tags: UK, Life, Finance, International, Trends, Investing, Nordic, BI General Contributors, Business Insider España, International Contributors, Finance Contributors, Qayyah Moynihan, Wealth Advisor, Life Contributors, Translation Team, Wealth Advisor Contributors


How 'trauma cleaners' can make over $300,000 a year clearing up after hoarders and crime scenes

This specialty is referred to as "trauma cleaning". REUTERS/Ueslei Marcelino After Tugrul Cirakoglu finished his studies, he started a business cleaning up after house parties. The 29-year-old noticed that the worse the mess, the higher the price he could charge for a job. Cirakoglu specialized in "trauma cleaning," cleaning up crime scenes and "unattended deaths." See more stories on Insider's business page. "Specialize and pick your own niche," is a piece of advice most entrepreneurs...
Tags: UK, Finance, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Trauma, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Dirt, Nordic, Eindhoven, Dirty Jobs, BI International, Filthy, Weird Jobs


How a former Merrill Lynch banker quit her $120,000 job to become a successful DJ in Berlin

Investment banker turned DJ: DJane Annie O, formerly Anne-Kathrin Oelmann, gave an interview about her career change. mymuesli / Youtube At 22, Oelmann was earning $120,000 as an investment banker in London. Lacking motivation, she followed her gut and quit after just six months at Merrill Lynch. Olemann began performing as Djane Annie O and has been able to live comfortably on her own since 2015. See more stories on Insider's business page. Anne-Kathrin Oelmann had a career many will ...
Tags: Topshop, UK, London, Life, Finance, Germany, Berlin, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Dj, New Zealand, Merrill Lynch, Brussels, Nevada


How a 25-year-old quit his engineering job to be a financial blogger and built a $169,000 portfolio

Dominik Wenzelburger runs the financial blog depotstudent.de. Dominik Wenzelburger Dominik Wenzelburger quit his job as an engineer to become a self-employed financial blogger. Wenzelburger uses his blog to evaluate financial products. He earns around $70,900 per year. He started his blog after his bank asked to talk to him about investing and he chose to go it alone. See more stories on Insider's business page. Dominik Wenzelburger is still grateful to his savings bank today but not f...
Tags: Personal Finance, UK, Enterprise, Finance, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Investing, Stuttgart, Nordic, Vanguard, Business Insider Deutschland, MSCI World, BI General Contributors, Strategy Contributors


7 lessons from 'Rich Dad Poor Dad' that will help you save up quickly

One way to get on the right track with your money is by reading. Getty Images / Thomas Trutschel / Contributor Reading is a fundamental step when attempting to improve your personal finances. One of the most acclaimed books is Rich Dad, Poor Dad, which includes tips to help you save money. See more stories on Insider's business page. There are some must-read books in personal finances that will help you develop good saving habits.Undergoing training and taking the time to read can help...
Tags: Personal Finance, UK, Savings, Finance, International, Careers, Trends, Financial Planning, Nordic, Don, Robert Kiyosaki, Rich Dad Poor Dad, BI International, Intelligent Investing, Kiyosaki, BI General Contributors


Compare more than 250,000 salaries from over 250 top companies with Insider's Salary Database

Skye Gould/Business Insider Insider has compiled more than 250,000 salaries across more than 250 companies. The data comes from visa disclosures, the only public salary information in America. The data can be used to compare salaries across industries, companies, and locations. See more stories on Insider's business page. Insider has built a searchable database of over 250,000 salaries from more than 250 companies so that you can know how much you should be paid.America has long had a...
Tags: Amazon, Finance, Careers, America, Trends, Compensation, Salary, H-1b Visa, Tech Insider, Skye Gould, Goldman Sachs Google, Alex Nicoll, BI Graphics, Skye Gould Business Insider Insider


Compare more than 250,000 salaries from more than 250 top companies with Insider's Salary Database

Skye Gould/Business Insider Insider has compiled more than 250,000 salaries across more than 250 companies. The data comes from visa disclosures, the only public salary information in America. The data can be used to compare salaries across industries, companies, and locations. See more stories on Insider's business page. Insider has built a searchable database of over 250,000 salaries from more than 250 companies so that you can know how much you should be paid.America has long had a...
Tags: Amazon, Finance, Careers, America, Trends, Compensation, Salary, H-1b Visa, Tech Insider, Skye Gould, Goldman Sachs Google, Alex Nicoll, BI Graphics, Skye Gould Business Insider Insider


A banker quit to become a chef and saw his bank balance drop to $230. Despite burnout and a pandemic, he would never go back.

It took Philip Juma seven years to open his first restaurant. Juma Kitchen Philip Juma left a career in wealth management to follow his passion to showcase Iraqi food. He had no formal training but spent 7 years running pop-up kitchens and working in restaurants. Juma told us about his tough journey and why, despite the pandemic, a 9-5 holds no appeal. See more stories on Insider's business page. Food has always been part of Philip Juma's life.Growing up in London to an Iraqi fathe...
Tags: Chef, UK, London, Finance, Careers, Success, Trends, Strategy, Bbc, Ubs, Career Change, Pivot, Don, Juma, My dad, Stephen Jones


How Euros final referee Björn Kuipers makes more money than some soccer players

Björn Kuipers during the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship Final between Italy and England at Wembley in London, England. Shaun Botterill, UEFA/UEFA, Getty Images Björn Kuipers is the first Dutch referee for the European Championship soccer final. A referee's salary isn't enough to make them a big earner, but Kuipers has other sources of income. His father and grandfather were also soccer referees. See more stories on Insider's business page. Björn Kuipers was the referee for the Eur...
Tags: UK, England, Finance, Sports, International, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Italy, Wembley, Jack Grealish, Bjorn, Nordic, London England, Jan, Kuipers


How Ramen Became the Currency of Choice in Prison, Beating Out Cigarettes

The last decade ushered in a slew of traditional Japanese-style ramen restaurants — enough to justify ramen maps to New York City, Chicago, and the Bay Area. Yet most Americans still conceive of ramen as the pack of seasoning and dehydrated instant noodles that have long sustained broke artists and college students. Add incarcerated persons to the list of packaged ramen’s most ardent consumers. In the above episode of Vox’s series, The Goods, we learn how those ubiquitous cellophan...
Tags: Facebook, College, Life, Finance, Martha Stewart, American Civil War, Food & Drink, Vox, Hayao Miyazaki, Bay Area, Alvarez, Guerrero, Gustavo, New York City Chicago, Joe Guerrero, Tampopo


Jeff Bezos believes multibillion-dollar failures are actually a good thing: 'If the size of your failures isn't growing, you're not going to be inventing at a size that can actually move the needle'

Alex Wong/Getty Images As Amazon's CEO, Jeff Bezos said he made big bets that sometimes ended as, "multibillion-dollar failures." This view lines up with Bezos' approach to life: Failure is better than never having tried at all. Bezos will step down as Amazon's CEO on Monday, July 5. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. What's the point in making billions if you can't make a multibillion-dollar mistake every now and again?According to Amazon CEO Jeff...
Tags: Amazon, Echo, Business, Finance, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Risk, Markets, Retail, Jeff Bezos, Fire Phone, Failures, Amazon Echo, Amazon Web Services, Alexa


Jeff Bezos says work-life balance is a 'debilitating phrase.' He wants Amazon workers to view their career and lives as a 'circle.'

Amazon founder Jeff Bezos. Alex Wong/Getty Images Amazon's Jeff Bezos said in 2018 that the term "work-life balance" is a "debilitating phrase." A top piece of advice he offers to staff is not to view the two as a strict trade-off. Instead, he sees his personal and professional pursuits as a "circle" rather than a balancing act. See more stories on Insider's business page. Amazon founder Jeff Bezos isn't a fan of the phrase "work-life balance."At an April 2018 event hosted by I...
Tags: Amazon, Education, Finance, Careers, Trends, Strategy, Work Life Balance, Jeff Bezos, Bezos, Andy Jassy, Tech Insider, GETTY IMAGES Amazon, Jeff Bezos Alex Wong, Katie Canales Zoë Bernard


Easy Ways To Finance A New Bed

With the pressures of modern living, it’s becoming harder and harder to save money in the traditional way. Every month we are faced with direct debits and payments for subscription services, whether they’re for on demand video streaming services, bills from our internet service providers, or mobile phone contracts. This is on top of energy bills, rent or mortgage payments and what we spend in the supermarket which are all constantly on the rise. This all results in a situation where the...
Tags: Fashion, Home Decor, Finance, Paypal, Bed, Bedroom, Finances, Loan, Klarna, PayPal Credit, Mattresses, Mattress, Memory Foam Mattress, GELTEX, Linthorpe Beds, Miracoil


Meet billionaire investor Laurene Powell Jobs, wife of the late Apple cofounder Steve Jobs who spends much of her $21 billion on charity and says her kids won't inherit the fortune

Laurene Powell Jobs. Steve Jennings/Getty Images Laurene Powell Jobs more than the widow of Apple cofounder Steve Jobs. She's also a powerful impact investor and philanthropist with a net worth of $21.7 billion. Powell Jobs hosts elaborate Halloween shows at her Silicon Valley home and owns a $110 million yacht. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Laurene Powell Jobs is much more than just Steve Jobs' widow. The 57-year-old billionaire is a formidable presence i...
Tags: Apple, Google, Florida, Education, California, Washington Post, Steve Jobs, Washington, Life, Finance, Stanford, Disney, US, Careers, San Francisco, Trends


Meet Zhang Yiming, the secretive Chinese billionaire behind TikTok worth $44 billion who just stepped down as ByteDance CEO

ByteDance CEO Zhang Yiming makes his own TikToks - and requires his senior employees to as well. Visual China Group via Getty Images; Ruobing Su/Business Insider Zhang Yiming has built a $44.5 billion fortune since cofounding ByteDance, the Chinese tech giant behind TikTok. Despite being one of the wealthiest people in China, Zhang is extremely private and little is known about his personal life. Zhang recently stepped down as ByteDance CEO, saying he's "not very social" and lacks mana...
Tags: Google, Microsoft, Life, Finance, China, US, Trends, Bloomberg, Joe Biden, Features, Getty Images, Billionaires, Time Magazine, Federal Trade Commission, Visual China Group, Billionaire



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