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  1. With the Nikkei above 30,000, can Japan exorcise ghosts of its 1980s bubble?

    With the Nikkei above 30,000, can Japan exorcise ghosts of its 1980s bubble?

    The Nikkei's return above 30,000 conjures memories of its spectacular collapse.

  2. A rare opportunity to redesign work

    A rare opportunity to redesign work

    Fortune's Reimagine Work Summit was fascinating.

  3. ‘HOLDING TO THE MOON’: Yes, the GameStop bulls are back

    ‘HOLDING TO THE MOON’: Yes, the GameStop bulls are back

    Hold on to your hat. GameStop and other Reddit favorites are surging pre-market.

  4. Here comes the GameStop rally, round 2

    Here comes the GameStop rally, round 2

    With stock options set to expire in just days, GameStop stock is soaring, and a new monthly tradition among Reddit r/wallstreetbets traders may be born.

  5. It’s time to put employees first

    It’s time to put employees first

    Cisco CEO Chuck Robbins and Ford Foundation president Darren Walker say it's the only way to address both the pandemic and racial inequity

  6. Fostering creativity is now the biggest business challenge

    Fostering creativity is now the biggest business challenge

    Here's how one creative AI company is helping employees get creative.

  7. Three ways business can empower the Black family

    Three ways business can empower the Black family

    To address inequities, companies need to offer paid family leave, help relieve college debt, and address the yawning racial pay gap.

  8. AARP CEO: COVID is ‘shining a spotlight’ on the inequities facing older Americans

    AARP CEO: COVID is ‘shining a spotlight’ on the inequities facing older Americans

    The good news: The recovery from the pandemic gives us a chance to build a more equitable society.

  9. Germany offers a cautionary tale for Biden’s pro-labor agenda

    Germany offers a cautionary tale for Biden’s pro-labor agenda

    Giving too much power to unions can diminish the effectiveness of publicly held companies.

  10. I’m a Black, first-generation Ivy League graduate. Biden is wrong about who needs debt cancellation

    I’m a Black, first-generation Ivy League graduate. Biden is wrong about who needs debt cancellation

    Biden's views on student loan debt cancellation are misguided, writes a Black, first-generation Ivy League graduate.