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Goldman Sachs made employees tell them their vaccination status, and your employer could too. Labor lawyers explain what rights employees have.

A health worker administers a dose of the Pfizer-BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine to a pregnant woman at Clalit Health Services, in Tel Aviv on January 23, 2021. Jack Guez/AFP via Getty Images The EEOC says employers can require employees get a COVID-19 vaccine or ban them from the office. Goldman Sachs is one of the few companies requiring workers to disclose if they are vaccinated. California healthcare workers must either provide proof of vaccination or agree to testing. Visit Business Insider...
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The 22-year-old CEO who cocreated the 'Duolingo of financial literacy' has partnered with over 100 financial institutions - including American Express

Bolun Li at a conference speaking about Zogo. Courtesy of Zogo Zogo is a fintech startup from Gen Z cofounders that seeks to make learning about finance fun. Cofounder Bolun Li, 22, compares the app to Duolingo, in how it offers games and quizzes about various financial topics. Li told Insider about the launch, why he thinks Gen Zers struggle with finance, and how the pandemic changed things. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Bolun Li realized back in high school th...
Tags: Stanford, Boston, Trends, Wyoming, American Express, John, District Of Columbia, Duke, Robinhood, Business Insider, Li, Gen Zers, Sageworks, Dominic Madori Davis, Simran Singh, Bolun Li


Mark Zuckerberg celebrates the Fourth of July by flying a flag on an electric surfboard

Facebook Mark Zuckerberg rode an electric surfboard while holding a flag to celebrate July 4. He appears to be riding one of his $12,000 efoil boards made by Lift Foils. Last week a judge dismissed the FTC's antitrust case against Facebook. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg celebrated the Fourth of July by waving a flag while riding an electric surfboard. In a video posted on his social media, Zuckerberg can be seen gliding through the wate...
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Watch Mark Zuckerberg celebrate the Fourth of July by flying a flag on an electric surfboard

Facebook Mark Zuckerberg rode an electric surfboard while holding a flag to celebrate July 4. He appears to be riding one of his $12,000 efoil boards made by Lift Foils. Last week a judge dismissed the FTC's antitrust case against Facebook. See more stories on Insider's business page. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg celebrated the Fourth of July by waving a flag while riding an electric surfboard. In a video posted on his social media, Zuckerberg can be seen gliding through the wate...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, News, America, West Virginia, Trends, Hawaii, Business Insider, Ftc, Zuckerberg, Mark Zukerberg, John Denver, Facebook However, July 4, Nick Leason, Sarah Al Arshani


The latest on JPMorgan's big wealth-management plans

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Business Insider JPMorgan, headed up by CEO Jamie Dimon, is the biggest US bank by assets. The firm wants to hire 1,500 private bank advisors. It's also making branches a part of its wealth push. JPMorgan is buying UK roboadvisor Nutmeg. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. JPMorgan is the biggest bank in the US and a bellwether for the global financial system. So when the firm's senior-most leaders talk, Wall Street pays attention.Priva...
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A brief history of John McAfee's run-ins with the authorities

John McAfee John McAfee Silicon Valley mogul John McAfee butted heads with law enforcement around the globe. McAfee was a "person of interest" in the murder of his neighbor in Belize and bragged about avoiding US taxes. Spanish news reported that McAfee was found dead in his Spanish prison cell on Wednesday after Spanish authorities granted the US' extradition request. See more stories on Insider's business page. John McAfee became a Silicon Valley legend after founding the first c...
Tags: Florida, US, Trends, Spain, Intel, United States, Tennessee, Silicon Valley, Guatemala, Irs, Belize, Dominican Republic, John Mcafee, Business Insider, Reuters, US Department of Justice


Goldman Sachs is making employees tell them their vaccination status, and your employer could too. Labor lawyers explain what rights employees have.

A medical assistant administers a COVID-19 vaccine dose to a woman at a clinic in Los Angeles on March 25, 2021. Mario Tama/Getty Images The EEOC says employers can require employees get a COVID-19 vaccine or ban them from the office. Goldman Sachs is one of the few companies requiring workers to disclose if they are vaccinated. Most employers are strongly encouraging vaccines, but not requiring them. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Goldman Sachs will require US emp...
Tags: Texas, News, Labor, Cdc, Politico, US, Los Angeles, Trends, Strategy, Washington Dc, Employees, Goldman Sachs, Vaccine, Biden, Ada, Long Island


The young lawyer who became the 'Don Quixote' of canceling student debt

Austin Smith Alan Chin for Insider Austin Smith spent years helping student loan borrowers cancel debt they wrongly assumed was exempt from bankruptcy. Smith argued that courts had systematically misinterpreted the federal bankruptcy code in lenders' favor. Dismissed by some as a crusader, his argument caught traction. Now, Smith is changing course. See more stories on Insider's business page. When Lesley Campbell sued Citibank in March 2015 to get a portion of her law school debt ...
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Papa John's Celebrates 'Bitcoin Pizza Day' - as Price of Bitcoin Drops to $38,240

Business Insider re-visits the story of why May 22nd is celebrated as "Bitcoin Pizza Day." Exactly 11 years ago today, a software programmer from Florida, Laszlo Hanyecz, became well known in the crypto world after trading 10,000 bitcoins for two Papa John's pizzas. In honor of that purchase, the date is now celebrated in the crypto calendar as "Bitcoin Pizza Day." "It wasn't like bitcoins had any value back then, so the idea of trading them for a pizza was incredibly cool," Hanyecz said in ...
Tags: Florida, US, Tech, New York Times, John, Anthony Pompliano, Business Insider, SVP, Pompliano, Laszlo Hanyecz, Hanyecz, Shalini Nagarajan, Justin Falciola


JPMorgan's new co-heads of consumer banking offer fresh clues about Jamie Dimon's succession plans

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Business Insider JPMorgan, headed up by CEO Jamie Dimon, is the biggest US bank by assets. JPMorgan this week shook up leadership of its massive consumer bank. JPMorgan has also made new digital banking hires, including poaching an exec from Goldman. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. JPMorgan is the biggest bank in the US and a bellwether for the global financial system. So when the firm's senior-most leaders talk, Wall Street pays atte...
Tags: Google, US, Trends, Goldman Sachs, Smith, Goldman, Jamie Dimon, Cnbc, Lake, Business Insider, Wells Fargo, Marcus, Jpmorgan, MSCI, Reid, Gordon Smith


Nancy Messonnier, the senior CDC official who first warned the US about the coronavirus pandemic, is resigning

Nancy Messonnier, director of the National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases at the CDC, speaks at a coronavirus briefing on January 28, 2020. Samuel Corum/Getty CDC health official Nancy Messonnier announced she was resigning on Friday. She said her last day with the CDC would be May 14. Messonnier was the first US official to publicly warn the country of the COVID-19 pandemic. See more stories on Insider's business page. Nancy Messonnier - a senior health expert at t...
Tags: Health, Politics, Science, News, Washington Post, Cdc, White House, US, Trends, Speed, Donald Trump, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Business Insider, Mike Pence Read, Messonnier, Nancy Messonnier


Insider regularly talks to young people who are making their mark in luxury - here's who we have spoken to so far

(L-R), Alex Assouline, Destinee Ross-Sutton, Marina Raphael, Avi Hiaeve. Emilia Brandao; Courtesy the artist and Destinee Ross-Sutton 2020; Marina Raphael; Avi & Co; Yuqing Liu/Business Insider Luxury spans many sectors: fashion, watches and jewelry, travel, real estate, and even publishing and night clubs. It could take years to build a strong luxury business, and even then, there is no guarantee that consumers will connect with the product. Insider regularly talks to young people who ar...
Tags: Transportation, Fashion, Milan, Beyonce, Small Business, Obama, Rihanna, New York City, Disney, Lifestyle, NFL, Trends, Wealth, Nas, Netflix, Watches


JPMorgan is taking the lead on getting Wall Street back in the office

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Business Insider JPMorgan, headed up by CEO Jamie Dimon, is the biggest US bank by assets. The bank is reopening its offices next month and will require all staff to come in by July. JPMorgan has also made new digital banking hires, including poaching an exec from Goldman. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. JPMorgan is the biggest bank in the US and a bellwether for the global financial system. So when the firm's senior-most leaders talk,...
Tags: Google, US, Trends, Bank Of America, Chase, Goldman, PPP, Jamie Dimon, Silicon Valley Bank, Business Insider, Wells Fargo, Marcus, Jpmorgan, JPMorgan Chase, TIAA, CBB


The US is readying sanctions against Russia over the SolarWinds cyber attack. Here's a simple explanation of how the massive hack happened and why it's such a big deal

SolarWinds Corp. banner hangs at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) on the IPO day of the company in New York. Reuters/Brendan McDermid SolarWinds was the subject of a massive cybersecurity attack that spread to the company's clients. Major firms like Microsoft and top government agencies were attacked, and sensitive data was exposed. Here's a simple explanation of what happened and why it's important. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. SolarWinds, a maj...
Tags: Texas, News, Microsoft, Senate, Ipo, Russia, US, Trends, Cybersecurity, Hack, New York Times, Treasury, Orion, US Senate, SEC, Deloitte


Deutsche Telekom's fiber-optic strategy: real offensive or "PR clambake"?

Tim Höttges, chief executive of Deutsche Telekom, announced major investments in fiber-optic expansion at the Group's Annual General Meeting: up to 2.5 billion euros a year. By 2024, Deutsche Telekom wants to equip ten million households with fiber-optic connections. By 2030, all households should even be connected to the fiber-optic network. So far, fiber-optic expansion in Germany has been slow. Experts consider Telekom's plan to be "sporty". One even speaks of "PR clambake." See more...
Tags: Germany, Trends, Deutsche Telekom, Group, Business Insider, Knapp, Telekom, BI International, Breko, Tim Höttges, Deutsche Glasfaser, auto-translation Germany, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, BUGLAS, Telekom CEO Höttges


How JPMorgan plans to boost wealth management and battle fintech competition

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Business Insider JPMorgan, headed up by CEO Jamie Dimon, is the biggest US bank by assets. The bank has big plans for wealth management growth. JPMorgan also made new digital banking hires, including poaching an exec from Goldman. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. JPMorgan is the biggest bank in the US and a bellwether for the global financial system. So when the firm's senior-most leaders talk, Wall Street pays attention.The bank is se...
Tags: Google, US, Trends, Bank Of America, Chase, Goldman, PPP, Jamie Dimon, Silicon Valley Bank, Business Insider, Wells Fargo, Marcus, Jpmorgan, JPMorgan Chase, TIAA, CBB


Inside JPMorgan's plans to boost wealth management and battle fintech competition

JPMorgan CEO Jamie Dimon Business Insider JPMorgan, headed up by CEO Jamie Dimon, is the biggest US bank by assets. The bank has big plans for wealth management growth. JPMorgan is also looking to bring workers back to offices, including a new Manhattan HQ. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. JPMorgan is the biggest bank in the US and a bellwether for the global financial system. So when the firm's senior-most leaders talk, Wall Street pays attention.The bank is ...
Tags: US, Trends, Bank Of America, Chicago, PPP, Jamie Dimon, Silicon Valley Bank, Business Insider, Phoenix, Jpmorgan, TIAA, Duckett, Jennifer Roberts, Dimon, Kristin Lemkau, Lemkau


Answers being sought from Facebook over latest data breach

Facebook’s lead data protection regulator in the European Union is seeking answers from the tech giant over a major data breach reported on over the weekend. The breach was reported on by Business Insider on Saturday which said personal data (including email addresses and mobile phone numbers) of more than 500M Facebook accounts had been posted to a low level hacking forum — making the personal information on hundreds of millions of Facebook users’ accounts freely available. “The exposed data in...
Tags: TC, Facebook, UK, US, Social Media, Tech, Eu, European Union, Data Breach, United Kingdom, Data Security, Computer Security, Business Insider, Zuckerberg, Gdpr, Hunt


I flew on a $2 million 'personal' private jet that needs only one pilot and saw why it was among 2020's most popular private jets

Flying on a Cirrus Vision Jet. Thomas Pallini/Business Insider The Cirrus Vision Jet is among the newest personal private jets flying, and requires only one pilot to fly it. The $2 million plane allows pilots to fly farther and faster with minimal additional training. Proponents say it's the perfect alternative to the airlines because of jet's low operating costs, ease of use, and versatility. See more stories on Insider's business page. Most perceptions of private aviation inc...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Florida, New York, News, Air Travel, Life, Planes, US, Trends, Features, Netflix, Flying, Aviation, Airlines, Boeing


Inside The Richest Zip Code In The US

Just three miles from Miami sits an exclusive, members-only island that’s home to millionaires and celebrities. Here, residents drive around in golf carts, lounge on beaches with sand imported from the Bahamas, and easily get COVID-19 antibody tests. Business Insider tours the richest zip code in America, where condos can cost up to $40 million.
Tags: Real Estate, US, America, Radio, Miami, Bahamas, Business Insider, General Interest


Social-Media Star David Dobrik Leaves Dispo App Startup After Sexual-Assault Accusation Against Ex-Member of His Entourage

David Dobrik, who rose to stardom on YouTube and TikTok with over-the-top pranks and comedy skits produced with a group of his L.A. friends, resigned from Dispo, the camera-app startup he co-founded in 2019. Dobrik’s exit from the board of Dispo comes after a report by Business Insider last week documented sexual-assault allegations by a […]
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Crack in the German trade association: Non-food retailers like Kik criticize special treatment for food retailers

In light of the ongoing partial lockdown, many non-food retailers such as Kik, Deichmann and S.Oliver are complaining about unequal treatment by politicians compared to food retailers. They have therefore launched an initiative to make their voices heard before politicians. As Business Insider has learned from industry circles, some members are not satisfied with the representation by the German Retail Association (HDE). The HDE, they say, is closer to food retailers than to non-food retailers....
Tags: Trends, Oliver, Kik, Business Insider, Cdu, Zahn, Rewe, HDE, BI International, Breuninger, Claus Dietrich Lahrs, Deichmann, auto-translation Germany, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, German Retail Association HDE


Byron Allen challenges Madison Avenue to spend with Black-owned media, or else: Tuesday Wake-Up Call

Welcome to Ad Age’s Wake-Up Call, our daily roundup of advertising, marketing, media and digital news. If you're reading this online or in a forwarded email, here's the link to sign up for our Wake-Up Call newsletters.  Power suit Byron Allen is taking matters into his own hands. Tired of pledges from advertisers to diversify their ad spend without actually following through, the owner of a production company and eight cable networks, including the Weather...
Tags: Facebook, Elon Musk, Supreme Court, India, Amc, Advertising, Tesla, Canada, Comcast, Starbucks, Deloitte, Michael Bloomberg, Cnbc, Black, Mastercard, Business Insider


Poll: 65% of German citizens would approve of companies buying unused vaccine doses for their employees

Allianz, Adidas, or Deutsche Bank: many of the big 30 Dax corporations would be willing to vaccinate their employees against the coronavirus through their own company doctors. This is also shown by a survey conducted by Business Insider among the Dax 30 companies. A survey conducted by Civey exclusively for Business Insider shows: 65 percent of the citizens surveyed also support this idea. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. This is an automated machine translation of an art...
Tags: Germany, Trends, Deutsche Bank, Astrazeneca, Axel Springer, Business Insider, BayWa AG, Health Ministry, Deutsche Post, Federal Republic, BI International, CDU CSU, Fresenius, Civey, Deutsche Wohnen, auto-translation Germany


Edeka secures 15 Real stores - and leaves no stone unturned in the fight for further top locations

After two years of negotiations, the sale of Real to the Russian investor group SCP has now been completed. SCP intends to sell on a large proportion of the original 279 Real stores to Kaufland, Edeka, and Globus. 150 stores are to be taken over before the end of 2021, and the sale of Real is to be completed by mid-2022. Edeka recently received a setback from the Cartel Office: instead of the planned 72 stores, the retail group will only be allowed to take over 44 for the time being. 15 in the ...
Tags: Germany, Berlin, Trends, Aldi, Austria, Munich, European Commission, Lidl, Brussels, Bavaria, Regensburg, Hamburg, Business Insider, Verdi, Metro, Bremen


After allegations of "psycho pressure" in Edeka warehouse - retailer apparently wants to get rid of former Kaisers-Tengelmann warehouse and 70 employees

Edeka apparently wants to close an old Kaiser's Tengelmann central warehouse in Nieder-Olm. The property is already advertised by the landlord - for January 2022. Employees at the central warehouse and the works council protested Wednesday to keep their jobs - and, according to Verdi, were able to use the protest action to reach negotiations on a possible social plan with Edeka. The news is explosive because warehouse workers accused Edeka back in 2018 of putting "psychological pressure" on the...
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Unused AstraZeneca doses: first German major corporation offers to buy vaccine for employees

Meanwhile, more than one million doses of AstraZeneca's Corona vaccine remain unused, according to the Ministry of Health, because the vaccine was not initially recommended by the Standing Commission on Vaccination (Stiko) for people over 65. This "went badly", admitted the head of the Stiko, now the commission wants to promptly issue a recommendation for older people as well. However, the image problem and the vaccine backlog have already been created. Klaus Josef Lutz, CEO of the public compa...
Tags: Germany, Trends, Munich, Astrazeneca, Bavaria, Business Insider, Cdu, CSU, BayWa AG, Saxony, Jens Spahn, Ministry of Health, Lutz, EMA, Mertens, ZDF


Tesla's Germany report: why the company paid under four million euros in taxes here despite sales explosion in 2019

In a management report for the 2019 fiscal year, which has only just been prepared, Tesla gives concrete figures on the business of its group subsidiary in Germany. With sales jumping to 671 million euros, Tesla Germany GmbH paid 3.8 million euros in taxes. Most of the money flows to the US parent company via a Dutch company. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. Like many US tech companies, Tesla has its struggles with transparency. Reports with numbers and data on the busine...
Tags: Elon Musk, Germany, US, Trends, Tesla, Vw, Netherlands, Business Insider, Herbert Diess, BI International, Tesla Germany, auto-translation Germany, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, Tesla Germany GmbH, Jan C Wehmeyer


Federal government examines introduction of a digital vaccination passport that could greatly change public life

The German government is looking into introducing a digital vaccination passport, according to Business Insider. Once relaxed, operators of restaurants or gyms could grant access only to those who have been vaccinated. There could be a decision this week, Business Insider learned from government sources. Visit the Business section of Insider for more stories. This is an automated machine translation of an article published by Business Insider in a different language. Machine translations can ge...
Tags: Germany, Israel, Trends, Business Insider, International Air Transport Association, Federal Ministry of Health, BI International, Lars Petersen, Federal Ministry of the Interior, auto-translation Germany, International Licensed Content, Jeevan Ravindran, Alltours


After Frank Montgomery's criticism of AstraZeneca, German doctors go after World Medical Association board with angry letter

Physicians' officials have written an angry letter to the World Medical Association, accusing its CEO Frank Ulrich Montgomery of self-promotion and indirectly damaging behavior. The background is Montgomery's critical statements about AstraZeneca's vaccine. Due to the lower effectiveness of 70 percent, medical personnel and nursing staff should rather receive a different vaccine. Within the medical profession, there are already calls for Montgomery to be stripped of his honorary presidency of t...
Tags: Germany, Trends, World Health Organization, Astrazeneca, Montgomery, Business Insider, Spd, Leverkusen, Medical Association, Lauterbach, World Medical Association, Mongomery, BI International, Moderna, Lars Petersen, David Barbe