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Fitbit Sense review

The Versa helped Fitbit reverse its fortunes after a long, gradual slide. The company was slow to embrace the smartwatch, and stumbled somewhat out of the gate with the Ionic. But the Versa found a perfect sweet spot that build atop generations of wearable health knowhow, key acquisitions like Pebble and a pricing sweet spot…

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Sunil Thakor’s global stock fund has returned more than 500% to investors since 2009 by precisely targeting high-growth companies. He explains how he finds long-term winners in a ‘sweet spot’ that minimizes risk.

Sunil Thakor’s Harbor Global Leaders Fund is blowing away its benchmark in 2020 and has returned 516% to investors since March 2009. Thakor says he invests in companies that can deliver the strong performance of growth stocks and the reliable returns of more mature companies. His portfolio is split between groundbreaking innovators and companies that…

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Google will start giving employees up to $2,500 a year to help pay off their student loan debt (GOOGL)

Carsten Koall/Getty Images Google will help employees pay off their student loans beginning in 2021.  The company announced Thursday that it will match up to $2,500 per employee per year, beginning with Googlers in the US.  The student loan crisis in the US disproportionately affects Black borrowers, who are likely to be saddled with more…

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A recent wave of sports media and betting tie-ups shows what the sectors hope to gain from one another — and their reservations about getting too close

LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers passes against Nikola Jokic of the Denver Nuggets. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Become an Insider and start reading now. When live sports returned over the summer, deals between US sports-media brands and betting providers immediately picked up steam. ESPN linked…

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Science-backed ways to become a better leader

What changes can you make in the office to increase your team’s performance? We asked Richard Wiseman, professor of the Public Understanding of Psychology at the University of Hertfordshire and author of “How to Remember Everything”, for advice on how you, as a leader, could better lead your team. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more…

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Amazon Expected to Unveil More Alexa, Smart-Home Devices – The Wall Street Journal

Amazon . com Inc. on Thursday rolled out an array of speaker and security devices centered around the home and a gaming subscription service and controller, offerings tailor-made for the coronavirus era. The devices include a home-camera drone, a pivoting speaker with a camera, a car alarm, a car camera, a cloud-connected gaming controller and…