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Interest rates have been at their lowest levels in history for the past two years — but that might not last much longer, according to the nation’s top economists. Every participating … more
The mixed picture of the U.S. labor market that emerged in 2021 isn’t going anywhere this year. While the unemployment rate has been falling for months, the labor force participation … more
Employers across the country added a disappointing 199,000 people to their payrolls in December, closing out a pandemic-marred year in which the U.S. economy nonetheless gained some 6.5 million jobs … more
The Dallas-Fort Worth area has widened its lead as the country’s top industrial building market. More than 50 million square feet of new warehouse, distribution and logistics building were … more
Black News Channel, the cable and streaming service aimed at Black audiences, has been hit with a gender discrimination lawsuit by 13 current and former women employees who claim they were paid … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits rose last week, though remained near historic lows, as the labor market withstood the recent surge in Covid-19 cases. more
Royal Caribbean announced it was canceling cruises on four of its ships because of the COVID-19 outbreak. Citing “ongoing COVID-related circumstances around the world, and in an abundance of … more
Ford Motor Co. is working with scientists at Purdue University in Indiana on a patent-pending plan to slash the average time it takes to recharge all-electric vehicles at charging stations from an … more
Dallas-based Southwest Airlines started Thursday with more than 530 cancellations nationwide as operations are challenged by weather and an “uptick” in COVID-19 sick calls among … more
Airlines and the telecommunications industry appeared to reach a detente late Monday in what had become an increasingly harsh disagreement over the scheduled Wednesday deployment of 5G technology … more
In a stunning climax to Silicon Valley’s most dramatic and closely watched startup crash, Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes was found guilty Monday of four of 11 counts … more
Shares of cruise operators fell after U.S. health officials said travelers should avoid them even if they’re vaccinated. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention raised its travel … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, illustrating still-solid labor demand despite the latest wave of coronavirus infections. Initial unemployment claims … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits rose last week but remained near the lowest levels of the pandemic as the labor market recovery continues. Initial unemployment claims totaled … more
Taxpayers have any number of deductions and credits that they can take to reduce their tax burden, but those looking to get a break for their investing activities have a more limited menu of choices. … more
The Dallas region isn’t only a leader in job growth and migration. It’s also surpassing rival metros in pay gains — and by a big margin. In the 12 months ended in October, … more
U.S. flight attendants are calling on airports to limit passengers’ access to alcohol before flights, saying the free flow of liquor is fueling clashes once planes are in the … more
The U.S. went on a borrowing binge last year, and the hangover could make it harder for the Federal Reserve to fight inflation without crashing the economy. Corporate debt has surged … more
Ridiculous, seemingly arbitrary price markups are a defining characteristic of the $4-trillion U.S. healthcare system — and a key reason Americans pay more for treatment than anyone else in the … more
Amazon.com Inc. said automated processes in its cloud computing business caused cascading outages across the internet this week, affecting everything from Disney amusement parks and Netflix videos to … more
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