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New US Jobless Claims Fall to 375,000, as Nearly 3 Million Americans Remain Unemployed

  For the third week in a row, initial jobless claims declined as the United States' labor market continues to recover from the 2020 recession. On August 12, the Labor Read more

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The Importance of Climate Control for Poultry Farmers in Texas
August 11, 2022
 In this episode, Tyler Kern talks with Heidi Hudson co-owner of Hudson Farms. They discuss the importance of climate control for poultry farmers in the hot state of Texas. Hudson’s background is in Read more
Daimler Truck Shrugs Off Supply-Chain Issues With Rising Sales
August 11, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- Daimler Truck Holding AG said demand for commercial vehicles will continue to outweigh supply in the second half of the year after the German manufacturer reported better-than-expected quarterly Read more
Micron’s Warning Adds to Evidence of Collapsing Chip Demand
August 11, 2022
(Bloomberg) -- Micron Technology Inc., the leading US maker of memory semiconductors, became the latest chipmaker to declare that demand is falling off rapidly. It warned investors that revenue won’t Read more
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New US Jobless Claims Fall to 375,000, as Nearly 3 Million Americans Remain Unemployed
August 13, 2021
  For the third week in a row, initial jobless claims declined as the United States' labor market continues to recover from the 2020 recession. On August 12, the Labor Read more
Virginia Repeats as America’s Best State for Business
July 16, 2021
Since 2007, CNBC has compiled a study with a simple aim – to declare one American city as the country’s best for business. This year, after a year with no study due to the Read more
Dry Ice Becomes a Must for COVID Vaccine Distribution
December 17, 2020
  As the world eagerly awaits the manufacture and distribution of the COVID vaccine, many are considering the many steps that will be needed to deliver these vital vials of medication to Read more
October Jobs Report: Leisure and Hospitality Lead the Way
November 1, 2019
The October Jobs Report was released by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics on Friday. The government reported that U.S. payrolls increased by 128,000, beating the expectation of 75,000 Read more
The Shortlist, August 7, 2019: Tariffs with a Side of Fries
August 7, 2019
  It has been a tumultuous week in the stock markets with the announcement of a new 10% tariff on $300 million of Chinese goods slated to go into effect on September 1st. This is the Read more