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1.On LinkedIn, ghostwriting is a booming business. As LinkedIn has evolved from a destination for digital résumés to a global content hub, execs are working to amplify their personal and professional brands on the platform. Enter: ghostwriters.
*Around the world, a burgeoning community of agencies and freelancers are quietly working as ghostwriters, helping executives post prolifically, build their brands, and become LinkedIn influencers.
*For execs who don’t have the time or can’t quite hack it as a writer, LinkedIn ghostwriters help them create content, write posts, and conduct research.
*The most in-demand ghostwriters earn between $500 to $700 an hour — putting them in the same pay bracket as some high-powered attorneys.
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2.We ranked the four best Android tablets for all ages and budgets. Whether you’re looking for a cheap tablet, a sturdy tablet for your kids to knock around, or simply the best Android can offer, we’ve got you covered.
–The best Android tablets of 2021: the amazon fire hd 10, amazon fire hd 10 kids, samsung galaxy tab s8 plus, and the lenovo tab p11 pro, on an orange gradient background.
3.Tesla will now make you buy a charger for your car separately. Taking a page out of Apple’s book, CEO Elon Musk just announced Tesla has stopped including charging cables with its electric cars, but that it’ll be dropping the price of the cables.
4.Twitter’s board outlined its “poison-pill” defense against Elon Musk’s takeover bid. The plan will be triggered if Musk, or any other investor expands their stake in Twitter to over 15%.
5.In “Zoomtowns,” highly paid remote workers are driving out locals. Working from home has allowed white-collar workers to take their big-city paychecks to smaller, cheaper cities — which, in some cases, has pushed long-time locals into tent cities or homeless shelters.
6.A chatbot is helping Ukrainians report Russian troops to the government. The app, launched in 2020, was meant to help citizens access their identity cards and pay taxes. Now, citizens are using one of its features to share the type and number of troops they’ve seen, and where they saw them.
7.A former TikTok employee said he experienced a “996” culture of overwork and secrecy. Pabel Martinez, who quit his $220,000 job after a year, claimed managers asked employees to attend meetings during weekends, and that the company was secretive about revenue information, even internally.
8.Rivian’s CEO warned the looming EV battery shortage could be worse than the chip shortage. While giving a tour of the company’s plant, RJ Scaringe said a shortage of EV batteries will soon make the chip shortage feel like “a small appetizer.”
9.Several investors want Marc Andreessen and Peggy Alford off Facebook’s board. In a new disclosure with the SEC, a group of 15 investors and advisors claim both executives are too close to Zuckerberg to be considered “independent.”
10.The CEO of Shutterstock shares how he organizes his mornings. Stan Pavlovsky starts his day with a cup of coffee while catching up on the day’s finance and tech news and Slack DMs.
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