Prices keep skyrocketing because of a perfect storm of Americans' stimulus-fueled shopping spree and messed-up supply chains, Goldman says

Direct payments and boosted unemployment benefits lifted demand for commodities. Yet supply hasn't caught up, and it's now keeping inflation high.
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Prices keep skyrocketing because of a perfect storm of Americans' stimulus-fueled shopping spree and messed-up supply chains, Goldman says

Prices keep skyrocketing because of a perfect storm of Americans' stimulus-fueled shopping spree and messed-up supply chains, Goldman says

Direct payments and boosted unemployment benefits lifted demand for commodities. Yet supply hasn't caught up, and it's now keeping inflation high.

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I reworked my schedule to only take phone calls 2 days a week. It's a game-changer for burnout — here's how I do it.

"Most conversations are not too urgent and can wait, and it helps me set clear boundaries for my time and my work," entrepreneur Jen Glantz said.

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This New York City internet cafe is asking customers for donations to pay its skyrocketing electricity bill

As electricity bills have jumped, one small business manager has put out a donation jar for customers to help cover its ConEd bills.

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As Russia sends troops into Ukraine, the investment chief for a firm managing $260 billion shares his outlook on 4 common strategies investors use to handle geopolitical risk
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As Russia sends troops into Ukraine, the investment chief for a firm managing $260 billion shares his outlook on 4 common strategies investors use to handle geopolitical risk

Morningstar's chief investment officer Dan Kemp highlighted two particular approaches to shield a portfolio from the ongoing Russia-Ukraine crisis.

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140,000 Americans walked out of work last year to strike for higher pay and safer workplaces — and thousands got what they wanted

140,000 Americans walked out of work last year to strike for higher pay and safer workplaces — and thousands got what they wanted

About a third of workers who took action to demand more from their job weren't part of a union, according to Cornell researchers.

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Unilever bought DTC darling Dollar Shave Club for $1 billion. Now insiders, analysts, and its own CEO are calling it a failure — here's why.
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Unilever bought DTC darling Dollar Shave Club for $1 billion. Now insiders, analysts, and its own CEO are calling it a failure — here's why.

Michael Dubin's Dollar Shave Club was supposed to teach Unilever to sell directly to consumers. Insiders say the $1 billion deal hasn't worked out.

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'I must have sent over 100 applications with no interview': Stay-at-home moms open up about the motherhood penalty that kept them out of work
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'I must have sent over 100 applications with no interview': Stay-at-home moms open up about the motherhood penalty that kept them out of work

Stay-at-home moms are becoming rarer in western economies. Those who sought work after long career gaps open up about the 'motherhood penalty.'

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The world's largest crypto asset manager launches a first-of-its-kind campaign to help push for SEC approval of a spot bitcoin ETF
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The world's largest crypto asset manager launches a first-of-its-kind campaign to help push for SEC approval of a spot bitcoin ETF

The campaign to flood the SEC with comment letters comes as the Grayscale Bitcoin Trust's discount to net asset value widened to 26.49% as of Friday.

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