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Steven Victor got his shot in the music industry straight out of college as an intern at Interscope Records. After a few years of working for free, the soft-spoken Brooklyn strategist would begin climbing the corporate ladder, landing a full-time job in publicity and making inroads. Eventually he helped rap star Pusha T ink his solo deal with Kanye West's GOOD Music. From there, he would run A&R for GOOD and eventually Def Jam before starting his own label, Victor Victor Worldwide. Since then, Victor has been accumulating platinum plaques and professional accolades at every turn.
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An "Open House" sign outside a home in Nashville, Tennessee.
US homebuyers are getting cold feet.
Home-sale cancellations are rising, as higher mortgage rates and fears of a recession give potential buyers second thoughts about whether this is the right time to jump in a housing market that appears to be cooling down.