BIZ TO INFORM
1 TOP NEWS
2 TOP HEADLINES
Wall Street Journal
International Business Times
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3 WALL STREET NEWS
Dow Stretches Gains Into Day Seven With Another Record
The Dow Jones Industrial Average squeaked out another record by a thin margin on Tuesday in its seventh straight session of gains.
The Dow added 0.29% to close at 18,923. The S&P 500 was up 0.75%, and the Nasdaq gained 1.10%.
West Texas Intermediate crude closed 5.8% higher at $45.85 a barrel on Tuesday, ending a three-session decline
4 K STREET INTEL
5 INVESTING NEWS
BIZ TO TRANSFORM
How To Work From Anywhere In The World Without Quitting Your Job
In reality, location-independence is becoming increasingly accessible for the everyday worker. Over half of Americans are currently working part-time remotely, and that number is rising steadily.
Why Tech Companies Are Funding Fertility Treatments as a Benefit
On Tuesday, FertilityIQ released its inaugural ranking of businesses that offer to fund some fraction of fertility treatments as an employee benefit.
8 STARTING OUT OR STARTING OVER
Want To Get Personal With Your Professional Goals? This Is For You
“Today we launch My Next Step, a Forbes special feature profiling women who have used their personal interests and experiences to pave their career paths.”
Whether your professional journey is shaped by hobbies, parenthood, world travel or mentoring, you’ll find someone here who has been through it, too.
9 FEATURE : WOMEN IN BIZ WEDNESDAY
Why The Founders Of Allbright Invest 100% Of Its Funds In Women Entrepreneurs
There’s a Gloria Steinem quote about women and workplace equality that has always resonated: “It’s not about a piece of the existing pie; there are too many of us for that. It’s about baking a new pie.”
Jones, currently the CEO of Hearst Magazines UK and Wosskow, who founded the world’s largest home exchange site, Love Home Swap, will not only invest in female founders but go a few steps further by combining an angel network with a crowdfunding platform and training resource.
10 REAL ESTATE
See inside the $5.3 million Washington, DC, home that the Obamas will move into after they leave the White House
It was built in 1928, with 8,200 square feet and nine bedrooms. It was listed for sale at $5.3 million before going off the market in May.
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Tourists flock to see Donald Trump-like bird in a Chinese zoo
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