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From our partners at McKinsey: Want a refresher on inflation? Are you up to date but want to dive deeper? Check out our McKinsey Explainers—curated quick reads on big topics, backed by our insights. Read an Explainer on inflation here.

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From our partners at McKinsey: The pandemic showed us that we are capable of adapting to rapid change, and at this rate, there could be more innovation in the next 10 years than any other decade in modern history. Change is coming, so be prepared.

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Across America, businesses struggled to stay afloat during the COVID-19 pandemic. Brick-and-mortar businesses tried to continue operations by adopting alternative methods of delivering goods and services, especially by electronic means. Entertainment businesses, including casinos, were hit particularly hard. Online delivery of entertainment can’t provide the same experience that live entertainment can, if at all. Because they rely heavily on casino and other entertainment revenue rather than on tax revenue, Native American tribes’ budgets were decimated

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From our partners at McKinsey: When it comes to job performance, unconscious bias can be more harmful than explicit discrimination—and everyone at work suffers for it. Read and see why tackling this problem benefits everyone.

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From our partners at McKinsey | Freelance, side hustles, and gigs: Independent work is booming, the American Opportunity Survey shows. For these workers and society, the upsides and drawbacks are all part of the gig. Learn more here.

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The Indian Arts and Crafts Board (IACB), an agency of the U.S. Department of the Interior, was created by Congress to promote the economic development of American Indian and Alaska Natives (Indian) through the expansion of the Indian arts and crafts market. One of these programs is the online Source Directory of American Indian and Alaska Native Owned and Operated Arts and Crafts Businesses, which is a great resource for people looking to buy authentic Indian art and for artists interested in a free business listing. 

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Insights from Robert Dahl, a Thought Leader in the Tribal Insurance Space 

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Going from “unbanked” to banked can be the first step to economic empowerment