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This report breaks down the very concerning economic news and how government is making it so much worse.
Tim, Ian, Luke, and Lydia join critical theory critic and commentator Wokal Distance to examine the Walgreens stores that are closing after a massive surge in shoplifting.
Tesla's CEO dialed into a Volkswagen conference an addressed 200 of the firm's top executives.
The German newspaper BILD reports that the state of Hesse has passed a motion that will allow food stores to decide whether they want to BAN unvaccinated people from entering.
The Ford Motor Company Hermosillo assembly plant in Hermosillo, the capital city of the Mexican state of Sonora, temporarily suspended operations Friday due to a shortage of materials, according to Reuters, citing the plant's labor union.
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There is no officially no longer a minimum credit score necessary to get an 84 month (7 year) car note at Ford.
A fresh round of supply chain woes is hitting Costco and Walmart, which are once again limiting purchases of toilet paper due to the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19).
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Theft-plagued Walgreens shuts down five MORE stores in San Francisco: At least 17 have already closed due to 'legalized shoplifting' and guards being told not to confront thieves
With more than 80 container ships at anchor and 64 at berths across the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach, congestion at the nation's top ports continues to snarl supply chains.
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has begun laying the groundwork to ban private investments in media organizations, according to US-funded Radio Free Asia (RFA).
Several US states have taken action against Ben & Jerry's parent company over the settlement ban
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Higher temperatures in the Bering Sea, a marginal sea of the Northern Pacific Ocean, could be responsible for one of the lowest levels set in snow crab harvest in more than four decades, according to the Seattle Times.
It's still impossible to ignore the current shipping crisis.
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The past 18 months have not been kind to small businesses. If you were unfortunate enough to live in a blue state during the onset of the covid lockdowns and you own a brick-and-mortar business then you have probably spent a large part of that 18 mon
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Let's take a look at Rivian, just ahead of its IPO.
Tesla is moving its headquarters from Palo Alto, California, to Austin, Texas, CEO Elon Musk announced at the company's shareholder meeting on Thursday.
Is this going to be the worst holiday season in modern American history? Some mainstream news outlets are insisting that the upcoming holidays are going to be "ruined" because of the widespread shortages that are being caused by the global suppl
There are tons of unclaimed packages that never make it to their rightful owner, and they don't always go back to the company. You can snap them up.
New York City restaurateurs are complaining that their business has been slashed severely by the COVID-19 vaccine mandate, which requires people 12 and older to show vaccination proof for indoor dining, indoor fitness, and indoor entertainment.
Much of the Media's true business model is probably not ads or customers or even profits. Controlling the narrative is power in itself. Those who hold the strings that give a party or candidate a ten point advantage, to some extent, control the par
Nikola Corp. reached a preliminary deal with Opal Fuels LLC to construct hydrogen fueling stations in North America, part of an effort to develop promised infrastructure critical to the alternative-energy truckmaker's growth.
In search of ways to heal its travel industry, hurt by the pandemic, Thailand is now recognizing an opportunity to tap into a growing market of cryptocurrency holders.
Intel broke ground on two new chip factories in Chandler, Arizona. Intel will invest $20 billion in these factories.
Seraph Consulting says there will $450 billion in lost global sales from the start of the chip crisis through the end of 2022 and they expect the chip crisis to last into 2023.