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Tesla CEO Elon Musk smiles during a virtual meeting at the B20 Summit ahead of the G20 leaders summit in Nusa Dua, Bali, Indonesia, on Nov. 14.

Billionaires like Musk, Bankman-Fried didn’t save the world. They destroyed it. let’s take it back

After growing up amid upper-middle-class affluence in Silicon Valley as the children of two Stanford Law School professors, as a super-smart kid who went to MIT to study physics, Sam Bankman -Fried decided as a teenager that he wanted to save the world in the worst possible way. That’s exactly what he did. The young, …

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Let's Talk Business: New Orleans Economy Needs 'More Than Hospitality,' Says Corporate Realty CEO

Let’s Talk Business: New Orleans Economy Needs ‘More Than Hospitality,’ Says Corporate Realty CEO

From his 44th-floor office atop Place St. Charles, Corporate Realty CEO Mike Siegel doesn’t literally have a 30,000-foot view. But the New Orleans skyline outside his window helps illuminate the big-picture perspective this seasoned real estate executive has of the local market. Siegel has been at the helm of Corporate Realty for 35 years and …

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Stuyvesant's new personal finance elective is a great start.  Now let's make it mandatory.

Stuyvesant’s new personal finance elective is a great start. Now let’s make it mandatory.

First Person is where Chalkbeat features personal essays from educators, students, parents, and others who think and write about public education. When I got my first paycheck for working on a political campaign and almost a third was taken out for taxes, I was surprised because I was only earning minimum wage. I ignored that …

Stuyvesant’s new personal finance elective is a great start. Now let’s make it mandatory. Read More »

Stuyvesant's new personal finance elective is a great start.  Now let's make it mandatory.

Stuyvesant’s new personal finance elective is a great start. Now let’s make it mandatory.

First Person is where Chalkbeat features personal essays from educators, students, parents, and others who think and write about public education. When I got my first paycheck for working on a political campaign and almost a third was taken out for taxes, I was surprised because I was only earning minimum wage. I ignored that …

Stuyvesant’s new personal finance elective is a great start. Now let’s make it mandatory. Read More »