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TC Sessions Mobility 2020 kicks off in two weeks

Holy cats, it’s less than two weeks until TC Sessions: Mobility 2020 kicks off for two program-packed days focused squarely on mobility and transportation technology. On October 6-7, thousands of people from around the world will gather virtually to talk trends, demo products, share insight and discover new opportunities to drive their business into the future.…

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Magic Leap salaries revealed: From $80,000 to $220,000, this is what the famously hyped and troubled AR startup pays its workers

Premium Magic Leap’s new CEO Peggy Johnson. Stephen McCarthy / Getty Images This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Become an Insider and start reading now. Magic Leap has had a heck of a 2020. Earlier this year, the much-hyped augmented reality startup had a massive layoff as part of big restructuring and…

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I reviewed 587 resumes in 49 hours to help people impacted by the pandemic. Here are my best tips on how to build a resume that stands out — along with the best examples.

Eugene Hayden. Eugene Hayden This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Become an Insider and start reading now. Eugene Hayden, who’s worked at Google, KPMG, and Boston Consulting Group (BCG), organized the resume marathon and reviewed 587 resumes in 49 hours to help people in his network impacted by COVID-19. He recommends following…

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Bind raised $142 million to upend the way we pay for healthcare. Now, the buzzy startup is getting into the insurance business.

Bind, a startup that’s building a new kind of health plan, is becoming an insurer itself. It’s offering plans to fully insured employers who have more than 50 employees.  Getting rid of deductibles and co-insurance, Bind’s “on-demand” approach instead informs members how much they’d expect to pay for a certain doctor’s visit, prescription or procedure. …

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Harvard Business School Pledges to Tackle Race Issues – The Wall Street Journal

Harvard Business School said Wednesday it would boost its enrollment of Black students in future classes, hire a chief diversity officer and build more issues of race and diversity into its case-study method of teaching. The new initiatives are aimed at promoting racial equality three months after the school acknowledged past missteps involving race. Harvard,…

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Met Opera Cancels Another Year!

The Metropolitan Opera has canceled all performances for its 2020-21 season, saying the coronavirus pandemic remains too great an ongoing health concern. In a release, the New York City company said Wednesday that, based on the advice of health officials, it could not safely begin operations “until a vaccine is widely in use, herd immunity…