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Why everyone's talking about storming Area 51

The latest internet buzz comes from a Facebook event called "Storm Area 51, They Can't Stop All of Us." The group has attracted around 1.6 million people who have claimed they will attend the restricted Area 51 site in Nevada this September despite the U.S. Air Force advising against it. Fast Company asked New Yorkers what they thought of the event and it all means.
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Could your side hustle become a second career?

In this episode of Hit the Ground Running podcast, Yasmin and Christina turned to Jasmine Lawrence, founder of natural hair and body care line Eden BodyWorks, to learn more about how to turn their hobbies into additional streams of income. In addition to being the CEO of her own company, Lawrence is a product manager on the Everyday Robot Project at X. The first thing she advises? Stop thinking of your side hustle as a secondary job. Instead, think of yourself as someone who has dual careers.

Could your side hustle become a second career?
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How Nike stays ahead of the curve with its socially conscious marketing

It feels like, in recent years, there is no escape from brands speaking out on social and political issues. But amidst the cancel-culture chaos of socially conscious marketing, one brand stands out for its authenticity. So how does a company like Nike, with 60,000 employees, decide what issues it wants to tackle and the best way to go about it? Host Chris Denson spoke with Jarvis Sam, VP, Diversity & Inclusion, and Melanie Auguste, VP, Global Brand Marketing, about their approach.

How Nike stays ahead of the curve with its socially conscious marketing
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