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Tell us what you'd like to see in our next Morning Brew Store merch drop.

If we use your idea, you get the merch you designed—and tons of clout, of course.
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We want to hear from you!
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World News: Nigeria lifted its ban on Twitter, giving millions of people in Africa's most populous country access to the social media platform once again.

The return of the open use of the platform enables a worldwide platform for Nigerians to exercise freedom of speech. pic.twitter.com/yHPSLsooGg
Replying to @MorningBrew
Nigeria banned Twitter last June when the platform deleted a "genocidal" tweet from President Buhari. Small businesses that monetized through the platform were especially affected, though many used VPNs to get Twitter service via other countries.
 
World News: Nigeria lifted its ban on Twitter, giving millions of people in Africa's most populous country access to the social media platform once again.

The return of the open use of the platform enables a worldwide platform for Nigerians to exercise freedom of speech.
 
Markets 101: Buy & Hold with @Sigin_Ojulu.

Presented by @Yieldstreet.
 
2021 was a record year for frustration, so naturally, the record for expletives on conference calls reflected.

Here's the f*cking data. pic.twitter.com/mnPPSa2JcE
 
Morning Brew ☕️ Retweeted ·  
One of the biggest acquisitions in video-game history is upon us. 👀 bit.ly/3GtyL9X
 
2021 was a record year for frustration, so naturally, the record for expletives on conference calls reflected.

Here's the f*cking data.
 
YouTube's Top 10 Earners in 2021 (via Forbes):
1️⃣ @MrBeast $54M
2️⃣@JakePaul $45M
3️⃣@Markiplier $38M
4️⃣@Mythical $30M
5️⃣@UnspeakableGame $28.5M
6️⃣Nastya: $28M
7️⃣Ryan Kaji: $27M
8️⃣@dudeperfect $20M
9️⃣@LoganPaul $18M
🔟@Preston $16M

Who can you see cracking this year's top 10?
 
Morning Brew ☕️ Retweeted ·  
We all procrastinate.

And it sucks.

Here are 3 strategies to fight it, so we don't screw over our future selves.
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
"Any B.S. about 'oh people like to work late' or stuff like that used as pressure to get you to put in extra hours." 🚩🚩🚩
Replying to @MorningBrew
Endless red flags and workplace horror stories here. reddit.com/r/AskReddit/co…
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
"If when visiting the company for the first time and you pass someone in a hallway, do they smile and acknowledge your presence with a nod or maybe a hello, or do they ignore you? It's small, but important. Do people seem healthy and energized or grey-faced and tired?" 🚩🚩🚩
Replying to @MorningBrew
"Any B.S. about 'oh people like to work late' or stuff like that used as pressure to get you to put in extra hours." 🚩🚩🚩
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
"When they refuse to tell you what your starting salary would be or when they just avoid the question altogether. Like I didn’t apply to the job to be a part of some “family” work culture, I came here to get a job and be paid." 🚩🚩🚩
Replying to @MorningBrew
"If when visiting the company for the first time and you pass someone in a hallway, do they smile and acknowledge your presence with a nod or maybe a hello, or do they ignore you? It's small, but important. Do people seem healthy and energized or grey-faced and tired?" 🚩🚩🚩
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
“Old senior partners, lots of young employees, nothing in between. That means there’s no opportunity to move up, they can’t get people to stay, or get lateral transfers. They work young folks for as long as they can then leave when they figure out the company sucks.” 🚩🚩🚩
Replying to @MorningBrew
"When they refuse to tell you what your starting salary would be or when they just avoid the question altogether. Like I didn’t apply to the job to be a part of some “family” work culture, I came here to get a job and be paid." 🚩🚩🚩
 
Being able to recognize a toxic work situation can be difficult.

🚩

Here are some of the biggest red flags people have encountered.
Replying to @MorningBrew
“Old senior partners, lots of young employees, nothing in between. That means there’s no opportunity to move up, they can’t get people to stay, or get lateral transfers. They work young folks for as long as they can then leave when they figure out the company sucks.” 🚩🚩🚩
 
Being able to recognize a toxic work situation can be difficult.

🚩

Here are some of the biggest red flags people have encountered.
 
Great morning say it back 😤
 
Join us Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. ET for a Twitter Spaces with @shl. We'll discuss his minimalist entrepreneur model for building startups.

RSVP here: twitter.com/i/spaces/1DXxy…
 
Stat of the day

“Baby Shark,” already the most-viewed video on YouTube, became the first to hit 10 billion views.

Everyone: Wow, that's crazy!

Parents: Still seems low.
 
If you don't start your day with a dozen eggs, are you even American? @dhtoomey
 
Covid update: The current Omicron wave is projected to peak by Jan. 19 in the U.S.

In Europe, the WHO says more than half of the population could be infected by Omicron within the next two months.

Cases appear to have already peaked in Britain.
Replying to @MorningBrew
Cases are then expected to plummet “simply because everybody who could be infected will be infected,” experts at the University of Washington said. Dr. Hans Kluge said Omicron "represents a new west to east tidal wave" sweeping through the 53 countries in WHO's Europe region.
 
Covid update: The current Omicron wave is projected to peak by Jan. 19 in the U.S.

In Europe, the WHO says more than half of the population could be infected by Omicron within the next two months.

Cases appear to have already peaked in Britain.
 
Crypto scams are “by far” the top threat to investors, according to a survey of North American securities regulators. morningbrew.com/daily/stories/…
 
That’s one small step for salary transparency, one giant leap for salary equity.
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Learn from each other & learn from the best.

8-weeks to change your life.

Check it out. accelerator.morningbrew.com
 
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
is killing it. Love this series!
Replying to @ashleyudoh @Sigin_Ojulu and 1 otherfalse
We think so too ❤️
 
Morning Brew ☕️ Retweeted ·  
We have some good (or bad) news: Netflix has renewed the show we all love to hate, Emily in Paris, for two more seasons.

Yep, there are consequences to hate-watching.
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If you haven’t followed through on your new year’s resolutions yet, unfortunately, today is the deadline.
 
Morning Brew ☕️ Retweeted ·  
I’ve made countless mistakes in my career.

But here are the 4 biggest:

1) Consensus thinking
2) Hiring f*ck up
3) Resisting my strengths
4) Staying in the weeds

Listen to today’s podcast for my thoughts on each below 👇
 
Maybe money can buy happiness, but most Americans say they'd need $128k a year.
 
Psst. There's an easier way.

Let @The_CheatSheets show you how.
 
Magawa, an eight-year-old rat trained to detect land mines, died this week.

Magawa was awarded the top award for animal gallantry in 2020 for his work detecting more than 100 land mines and other explosives across a 5-year career.
 
If gruyere doesn’t come from the Gruyeres region of Switzerland, is it just sparkling cheese?

A federal judge said no.
morningbrew.com/daily/stories/…
 
White Claw drinkers, these are not for you.
Monster Beverage to buy craft-beer maker in alcohol market drive reut.rs/34O2aOp pic.twitter.com/Ew2rBWbJgQ
 
Brew Notebook
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Thanks @MorningBrew
If ya'll want the best daily newsletter about all things finance, you need to sign up for their newsletter! How did you think I know all about what's going on in the finance world? morningbrew.com/daily/r/?kid=9… pic.twitter.com/QhQwjEGyex
 
Morning Brew ☕️ Retweeted ·  
The wellness industry isn't the healthiest.

Pour yourself a tall glass of celery juice and join Scott and Nora as they talk wellness misinformation, supplements, and more with @amandamull of @TheAtlantic.

Presented by @StellaArtois. Listen here: link.chtbl.com/bc-truth-welln…
 
Morning Brew ☕️ Retweeted ·  
I'm very excited to announce I've been selected for February's cohort of the Morning Brew Accelerator! @MorningBrew
 
WFH stat of the day:

The percentage of remote workers who say they might quit their job if asked to return to the office before they felt safe rose to 55% as of January 6, up from 45% just one week earlier.
 
POV: Hedge fund manager tells the truth @anishkmitra
 
Covid discounts sure look different nowadays
 
Boris Johnson is sorry for party rocking. morningbrew.com/daily/stories/…
Replying to @MorningBrew
The UK prime minister apologized yesterday for attending a large outdoor party during Britain's first Covid lockdown in 2020. But this did little to douse a political firestorm—officials in every major UK political party, even his own, are urging Johnson to resign.
 
 
TikTok star and 17-year-old Charli D'Amelio raked in $17.5 million last year.

D'Amelio made more in 2021 than the CEOs of:
- Exxon
- Starbucks
- Delta Airlines
- McDonald's
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In reply to @MorningBrew
Big picture: Those bottlenecks could get even worse. Manufacturing powerhouse China has locked down roughly 20 million people across three cities in a bid to prevent a widespread Omicron outbreak. pic.twitter.com/L3L2mo7wIU
Replying to @MorningBrew
HSBC economists warned that the Big O gaining steam in Asia, where it hasn’t taken off yet, could lead to the “mother of all” supply chain disruptions by forcing factories offline…again.
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
That’s because the Covid-related supply-chain bottlenecks that helped fuel inflation are still raging, and prices will only start to cool when constrained supply catches up with demand.
Replying to @MorningBrew
Big picture: Those bottlenecks could get even worse. Manufacturing powerhouse China has locked down roughly 20 million people across three cities in a bid to prevent a widespread Omicron outbreak.
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
But some analysts argue many of those interventions are like giving Gatorade to a hungover 40 year old—the only fix is to just wait it out. pic.twitter.com/trNGNcesPA
Replying to @MorningBrew
That’s because the Covid-related supply-chain bottlenecks that helped fuel inflation are still raging, and prices will only start to cool when constrained supply catches up with demand.
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
Other ideas: The Biden administration has launched an antitrust crusade against highly concentrated industries in the hopes more competition will bring down prices. And the US Chamber of Commerce argued for more immigration to ease labor shortages. pic.twitter.com/4WJwcyVV2n
Replying to @MorningBrew
But some analysts argue many of those interventions are like giving Gatorade to a hungover 40 year old—the only fix is to just wait it out.
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In reply to @MorningBrew
The point is that higher interest rates raise borrowing costs for consumers and businesses, slowing down demand, incentivizing more saving, and in turn deflating prices.
Replying to @MorningBrew
Other ideas: The Biden administration has launched an antitrust crusade against highly concentrated industries in the hopes more competition will bring down prices. And the US Chamber of Commerce argued for more immigration to ease labor shortages.
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
What can be done? Let’s start with the Fed, whose literal job is to keep prices under control. Caught flat-footed as inflation spread across the economy, the central bank is now planning to wind down its stimulus measures and hike interest rates several times this year. pic.twitter.com/fdhvquTMlI
Replying to @MorningBrew
The point is that higher interest rates raise borrowing costs for consumers and businesses, slowing down demand, incentivizing more saving, and in turn deflating prices.
 
In reply to @MorningBrew
While many Americans have gotten a raise this year, pay bumps haven’t kept up with price bumps. Real average hourly earnings, or wages that take inflation into account, fell a seasonally adjusted 2.4% in December from a year earlier.
Replying to @MorningBrew
What can be done? Let’s start with the Fed, whose literal job is to keep prices under control. Caught flat-footed as inflation spread across the economy, the central bank is now planning to wind down its stimulus measures and hike interest rates several times this year.
 
 
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