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Imagine 16 deserted Mall of Americas. That’s how much space battered mall owners need to fill heading into 2022, more than 90 million square feet. It’s no easy task, with dozens of retail … more
The U.S. Treasury Department announced proposed rules to curb the use of shell companies and laundering of illicit money through American real estate. Once enacted, one of the rules would require … more
Electricians are booked and busy with customers waiting months to get standby electric generators installed on their properties as manufacturers face parts shortages and … more
Texas’ largest corporate tax incentive program is set to expire at the end of next year after lawmakers opted against renewing it for the first time in its 20-year history. But the impending … more
Twitter Inc.’s highest-profile users — those with lots of followers or particular prominence — often receive a heightened level of protection from the social network’s content … more
An Amazon Web Services outage wreaked havoc on the e-commerce giant’s delivery operation, preventing drivers from getting routes or packages and shutting down communication between Amazon and … more
U.S. Secretary of Labor Martin Walsh said Friday that he sees “room for improvement” in job growth in the hospitality sector, a key part of South Florida’s economy, after a … more
U.S. job growth registered its smallest gain this year while the unemployment rate fell by more than forecast to 4.2%, offering a mixed picture of labor-market progress. Nonfarm payrolls climbed … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits rose by less than forecast last week after a plunge tied to seasonal adjustments in the prior period. Initial unemployment claims in regular state … more
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell reinforced his message that the U.S. central bank would keep inflation in check and said for the second time in two days that officials should … more
Dubbed “The Great Resignation,” the causes are many. Among them: Health concerns, long-growing unhappiness with a job brought into focus by the pandemic ... more
The whistleblower who revealed thousands of internal Facebook documents is renewing her call for regulation of a social-media business model that she says puts profits over the … more
A war is heating up between American Airlines and Southwest Airlines for dominance at Texas’ fastest-growing airport, Austin-Bergstrom International — and the two carriers aren’t … more
Jack Dorsey, the co-founder and chief executive officer of Twitter Inc., is stepping down from the helm of the social network, ceding the position to Chief Technology Officer Parag Agrawal. Dorsey … more
The fate of global markets now depends at least in part on laboratories around the world probing the omicron COVID-19 strain, potentially leaving investors with weeks of uncertainty in the wait for … more
Since the pandemic and the rise in people working from home, employers' use of employee-monitoring programs has been growing rapidly. Employers say they're tracking workers' activity mainly for … more
Ashton Caudillo headed out with his father early Friday morning to the Westfield Santa Anita in Arcadia looking for a hard-to-find PlayStation 5 well before the mall’s 7 a.m. opening … more
Black Friday may not bring hordes of predawn deal hunters to stores the way it used to, but there’s still plenty of shopping expected to happen Thanksgiving weekend. The National Retail … more
With the cruise industry back from the dead, cruise lines are looking to get more people on board with some deals tied around the traditional holiday shopping spree that comes with Black Friday and … more
Applications for U.S. state unemployment benefits plunged last week to a level not seen since 1969, which if sustained would mark the next milestone in the labor market’s uneven … more
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