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Women are dropping $2,350 and watchful on an 8,000-person list to join an disdainful no-men-allowed bar that just lifted $32 million from investors like WeWork

The Wing’s new SoHo location.Sarah Jacobs/Business Insider The Wing is a women-only coworking space and bar with two locations in New York City. It just lifted $32 million in a Series B appropriation turn led by WeWork. Its newest location, in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood, provides its members with …

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‘We don’t quit, we never give up’: How the stars of HGTV’s ‘Fixer Upper’ overcame plateau of debt to build a small-business empire

Chip and Joanna Gaines debuted their book “The Magnolia Story” on October 18. Joanna Gaines/Facebook When Chip and Joanna Gaines — now the stars of HGTV’s hit home-renovation show “Fixer Upper” — returned from their two-week honeymoon in 2003, they were met with some oppressive realities. Their New York City …

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6 unknown bureau manners other countries swear by — but Americans just don’t understand

Shutterstock Navigating a unfamiliar enlightenment can be difficult, and training another country’s business enlightenment can be even harder. Workplace etiquette change extravagantly from country to country, and what’s normal bureau function in one country could be rarely surprising somewhere else. That’s generally loyal in the United States, which has its own …

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Facts won’t always convince people you’re right — a former moody executive at NASA shares how he schooled to disagree better in the arise of a disaster

Sometimes people just don’t wish to face the facts. Wikimedia Commons • Former NASA moody executive Paul Hill pronounced the space program was badly polarized in the arise of the 2003 Columbia disaster. • He schooled this firsthand as he investigated the causes of the deadly accident, which killed 7 …

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The founder of billion-dollar company 23andMe cuts her kids’ hair, teaches them to do laundry, and protects them from the ‘insanity’ of megawealth

Kimberly White/Getty Images for Vanity Fair In a New York Times profile, Silicon Valley kingship Anne Wojcicki talked about her career, her matrimony to Google cofounder Sergey Brin, and how she raises her children. The founder of billion-dollar personal genomics company 23andme tries to keep herself and her kids grounded. She says she cuts …

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Before billionaire LinkedIn founder Reid Hoffman met Peter Thiel in college, the ‘pinko commie’ had listened of the ‘libertarian wacko’ — now, they’ve been friends for 30 years

Reid Hoffman, left, and Peter Thiel have been close friends for 30 years, even though their ideological order is as extreme as ever. Greylock Partners Reid Hoffman and Peter Thiel have been been friends for 30 years and worked together at PayPal. From the day they met at Stanford, they …

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14 things Black Friday workers wish shoppers would stop doing

Black Friday selling can really bring out the misfortune in people.Reuters/Luke MacGregor There’s just something about Black Friday that turns even the many ordinary, usually-well-mannered people into demoniac selling monsters. “I can’t trust the level of irritability that somehow comes out of people this day,” one former Black Friday worker told …

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19 terrible things bartenders wish you would stop doing

For the adore of Pete, just stop.Bryan Steffy/Getty Images When there’s celebration involved, your bad habits tend to be amplified. As one barkeeper told Business Insider, “We are people too. How would you feel if we came to your pursuit and did the things you do to us?” If you …

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6 vast perks Jet.com is charity employees to contest with Amazon

Jet.com workers can plea their coworkers to a ping pong duel or a diversion of pool.Sarah Jacobs/Business Insider • Jet.com is the Walmart’s answer to its rival online sell hulk Amazon. • The Walmart auxiliary offers employees delicious perks in sequence to draw in talent. • Benefits operation from a inexhaustible …

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