Libby Kane

Deputy editor @BusinessInsider, overseeing @CareersInsider, @BI_Strategy. All tweets are my own.

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17 real women share what it takes to land the job, grow your paycheck, and get ahead in your career
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17 real women share what it takes to land the job, grow your paycheck, and get ahead in your career
August, 15 2018
Someone in California bought a winning lottery ticket worth more than half a billion dollars — here's exactly what a lottery winner should do, according to a
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Someone in California bought a winning lottery ticket worth more than half a billion dollars — here's exactly what a lottery winner should do, according to a
July, 25 2018
NYU Stern professor: Sustainability is 'good for humanity, but it's better for business'
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NYU Stern professor: Sustainability is 'good for humanity, but it's better for business'
June, 27 2018
Even one sub-par exec in a company can torpedo a successful CEO
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Even one sub-par exec in a company can torpedo a successful CEO
June, 26 2018
Online reviews tend to be overblown and largely useless, but there's a way to find the most accurate among them
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Online reviews tend to be overblown and largely useless, but there's a way to find the most accurate among them
June, 15 2018
Ryan Seacrest has figured out the perfect reply to any email, and it's only 2 words
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Ryan Seacrest has figured out the perfect reply to any email, and it's only 2 words
June, 12 2018
Barbara Corcoran says there's a common thread among the most successful companies in her portfolio
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Barbara Corcoran says there's a common thread among the most successful companies in her portfolio
June, 4 2018
An investment banker who died at 89 left behind 24 rules for success in banking and in life
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An investment banker who died at 89 left behind 24 rules for success in banking and in life
May, 2 2018
A Coca-Cola hiring exec's favorite question to ask in job interviews is an unusual variation of 'What's your biggest weakness?'
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A Coca-Cola hiring exec's favorite question to ask in job interviews is an unusual variation of 'What's your biggest weakness?'
May, 2 2018
12 terrible things that could happen if you don't do your taxes
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12 terrible things that could happen if you don't do your taxes
April, 17 2018
Real women share their best advice on life and work, including how to choose a job, waste less time, and get clear on what really matters
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Real women share their best advice on life and work, including how to choose a job, waste less time, and get clear on what really matters
April, 10 2018
Sweden is apparently full of 'latte dads' carrying toddlers — and it's a sign of critical social change
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Sweden is apparently full of 'latte dads' carrying toddlers — and it's a sign of critical social change
April, 4 2018
'Fixer Upper' is down to its final episode — and its stars knew it was time to leave the reality TV juggernaut after a single tweet from a customer
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'Fixer Upper' is down to its final episode — and its stars knew it was time to leave the reality TV juggernaut after a single tweet from a customer
April, 3 2018
New York City subway cars are cleaned by hand — and it takes one person 3 and a half hours to do it
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New York City subway cars are cleaned by hand — and it takes one person 3 and a half hours to do it
April, 3 2018
Nearly a decade after graduation, here are 5 things I did wrong in college — and one I did right
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Nearly a decade after graduation, here are 5 things I did wrong in college — and one I did right
March, 19 2018
How to figure out if you should use credit, debit, or cash
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How to figure out if you should use credit, debit, or cash
March, 6 2018
How to figure out if you should do your own taxes or hire a pro
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How to figure out if you should do your own taxes or hire a pro
February, 23 2018
Amazon offers these perks to workers — and they reveal why cities are fighting over who gets to host HQ2
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Amazon offers these perks to workers — and they reveal why cities are fighting over who gets to host HQ2
January, 18 2018
A 30-year-old who quit corporate life to earn 6 figures working remotely from a Mediterranean island shares his best advice on turning a side job into a
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A 30-year-old who quit corporate life to earn 6 figures working remotely from a Mediterranean island shares his best advice on turning a side job into a
January, 16 2018
The Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots have broken $400 million each — here's Mark Cuban's best advice for lottery winners
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The Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots have broken $400 million each — here's Mark Cuban's best advice for lottery winners
January, 3 2018
After half a decade in the working world, I've embraced a truth that makes just about everything easier
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After half a decade in the working world, I've embraced a truth that makes just about everything easier
December, 12 2017
Meet Generation Z, the 'millennials on steroids' who could lead the charge for change in the US
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Meet Generation Z, the 'millennials on steroids' who could lead the charge for change in the US
December, 4 2017
A decision you make months before a trip determines how much money you'll be able to save
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A decision you make months before a trip determines how much money you'll be able to save
November, 30 2017
A struggling dad built an app to buy his kids cheaper pizza — and now his company has 5 million downloads and $40 million
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A struggling dad built an app to buy his kids cheaper pizza — and now his company has 5 million downloads and $40 million
November, 17 2017
12 dreamy photos of people who left it all behind for a nomadic existence traveling the world in a van
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12 dreamy photos of people who left it all behind for a nomadic existence traveling the world in a van
October, 20 2017
The 9 most fascinating MacArthur 'Genius Grant' fellows
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The 9 most fascinating MacArthur 'Genius Grant' fellows
October, 11 2017
The stars of 'Fixer Upper' realized it was time to leave the reality TV juggernaut after a single tweet from a customer
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The stars of 'Fixer Upper' realized it was time to leave the reality TV juggernaut after a single tweet from a customer
October, 11 2017
Exposing a company's red flags can be as simple as sniffing for lunch and watching for toilet paper
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Exposing a company's red flags can be as simple as sniffing for lunch and watching for toilet paper
October, 11 2017
How to generate 20 potential business ideas in 10 minutes
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How to generate 20 potential business ideas in 10 minutes
October, 10 2017
The economist who won the Nobel Prize once asked a question about wine that highlights what most of us don't understand about money
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The economist who won the Nobel Prize once asked a question about wine that highlights what most of us don't understand about money
October, 9 2017
Why the stars of 'Fixer Upper' are leaving the reality TV juggernaut after 5 seasons and a home-improvement empire
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Why the stars of 'Fixer Upper' are leaving the reality TV juggernaut after 5 seasons and a home-improvement empire
October, 5 2017
The simplest way to neutralize your most obnoxious boss or coworkers is also the hardest
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The simplest way to neutralize your most obnoxious boss or coworkers is also the hardest
September, 28 2017
Should you use cash, debit, or credit?
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Should you use cash, debit, or credit?
September, 28 2017
Rich parents are fine with their kids being entitled — as long as they don't act like it
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Rich parents are fine with their kids being entitled — as long as they don't act like it
September, 26 2017
Entrepreneurs should wait as long as possible to raise money, says a VC who's invested in over 20 companies
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Entrepreneurs should wait as long as possible to raise money, says a VC who's invested in over 20 companies
September, 25 2017
The former CIA director who worked with Clinton, Bush, and Obama breaks down the presidents' leadership styles
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The former CIA director who worked with Clinton, Bush, and Obama breaks down the presidents' leadership styles
September, 22 2017
A Wall Streeter-turned-VC says the 2008 crisis taught him a money and career lesson he never forgot
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A Wall Streeter-turned-VC says the 2008 crisis taught him a money and career lesson he never forgot
September, 22 2017
A VC who's invested in more than 20 companies says too many people have the wrong idea about entrepreneurship
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A VC who's invested in more than 20 companies says too many people have the wrong idea about entrepreneurship
September, 20 2017
Millennials might not be the nightmare employees everyone was worried about
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Millennials might not be the nightmare employees everyone was worried about
September, 18 2017
Wall Street alum whose startup raised $34 million says the best career advice came from her mom, 'who never worked a day outside the home in her life'
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Wall Street alum whose startup raised $34 million says the best career advice came from her mom, 'who never worked a day outside the home in her life'
September, 18 2017
Millennials are turning out better than anyone expected — and it may be thanks to their parents
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Millennials are turning out better than anyone expected — and it may be thanks to their parents
September, 14 2017
The author of a business classic says a question he was asked nearly 30 years ago changed his idea of leadership for good
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The author of a business classic says a question he was asked nearly 30 years ago changed his idea of leadership for good
September, 14 2017
Networking events are 'for the desperate and uninformed,' says the author of a business classic
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Networking events are 'for the desperate and uninformed,' says the author of a business classic
September, 12 2017
A former Facebook exec asks herself the same question at the end of every day to keep her career on track
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A former Facebook exec asks herself the same question at the end of every day to keep her career on track
September, 12 2017
7 questions about adulthood I've been meaning to ask myself for the last year
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7 questions about adulthood I've been meaning to ask myself for the last year
September, 10 2017
A former con man explains the 3-step process he uses to protect himself against identity theft
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A former con man explains the 3-step process he uses to protect himself against identity theft
September, 8 2017
The Equifax breach may have exposed 143 million people's Social Security numbers — here's what to do if your identity is at risk
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The Equifax breach may have exposed 143 million people's Social Security numbers — here's what to do if your identity is at risk
September, 8 2017
Rich people are ripping the price tags off bread, clothes, and furniture so no one sees how much they spend
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Rich people are ripping the price tags off bread, clothes, and furniture so no one sees how much they spend
September, 8 2017
The Equifax breach of up to 143 million accounts exposed the 'crown jewels' for fraudsters
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The Equifax breach of up to 143 million accounts exposed the 'crown jewels' for fraudsters
September, 8 2017
There's a smarter way to answer a recruiter's email when you don't want the job — and most people don't do it
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There's a smarter way to answer a recruiter's email when you don't want the job — and most people don't do it
September, 7 2017
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