Inflation cooled slightly in August as sliding gas prices offset rising costs elsewhere in the economy

The Consumer Price Index climbed 8.3% in the year through August, the government said, slowing from the prior reading but landing above forecasts.
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Inflation cooled slightly in August as sliding gas prices offset rising costs elsewhere in the economy

Inflation cooled slightly in August as sliding gas prices offset rising costs elsewhere in the economy

The Consumer Price Index climbed 8.3% in the year through August, the government said, slowing from the prior reading but landing above forecasts.

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As marketers trim spending in the face of a softening economy, Insider is keeping track of the companies that are laying off staff.

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Getting sick from Covid knocked 500,000 workers out of the labor force, a new study says. It shows why labor shortages are still going strong.

A new paper finds that hundreds of thousands of workers never went back to work after getting sick with Covid.

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10 money managers who quietly control the vast personal fortunes of Jeff Bezos, Steve Cohen, the Waltons, and other big-name billionaires

Chief investment officers for ├╝ber-rich families do everything from buy sports teams to pick hedge funds. They also like to stay under the radar.

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Rationing is coming: Europe could introduce mandatory limits on electricity use as its standoff with Russia intensifies

The European Commission is proposing a cut to how much power households can use during peak hours, Bloomberg reports. It's one step toward rationing.

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A Tesla executive says battery supply has improved so much that the company can buy all the cells it needs for the first time in years
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A Tesla executive says battery supply has improved so much that the company can buy all the cells it needs for the first time in years

Tesla and other electric-vehicle manufacturers have struggled for years to access enough batteries and battery materials.

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There's a surprising upside to inflation: Workers in 8 states will get a raise

Still-high inflation has a silver lining: Minimum wage workers in several states will see their pay rise with soaring prices.

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I make thousands of additional dollars each year through passive income streams like affiliate links and AdSense. Here's how I've tapped YouTube's platform to expand my candle business.
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Famous Instagram dog photography account The Dogist has seen enormous growth this year since pivoting to Reels
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Famous Instagram dog photography account The Dogist has seen enormous growth this year since pivoting to Reels

@TheDogist, an Instagram account famous for its dog portraits, has seen incredible success after changing its content strategy.

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Nicole Lewis starts preparing for the winter holiday season in June. Here's her monthly budget, including supply-chain prep and marketing.

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