When it comes to Amazon Prime and Walmart Plus, both offer same-day shipping for some of their items. But, how do they stack up against each other? Is one more reliable than the other?
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- Business Insider
The co-founder of a San Francisco pizza chain says he received no applications for an assistant manager, despite raising the salary to $70,000
The co-founder of Square Pie Guys told the WSJ he couldn't find an assistant manager, even after hiking the salary to $70,000.
Warren Buffett says these are the best stocks to own when inflation spikes — with high prices no longer 'transitory,' it might be time to follow his lead
The Oracle of Omaha knows how to beat inflation. So ride his coattails.
- The Hill
Unless we can stop Biden’s ineptitude, and perhaps purposeful quest to destroy American small business growth, our future is clear.
Want to work from home? Here are remote jobs hiring right now on LinkedIn.
Florida-based company Trans Caspian Resources has come up with a solution that could link Turkmenistan’s huge gas reserves to Azerbaijan, and further on to Europe
China will help leading futures companies to speed up their development and encourage qualified firms to be listed, the China Futures Association said in a statement, citing an official from the securities regulator. Authorities would support futures companies to widen and diversify their financing channels and allow them to compete with overseas players, Fang Xinghai, vice chairman of the China Securities Regulatory Commission, told an industry conference on Sunday, according to the statement. Leading futures firms should "make due contributions" to ensure China's energy and mineral security, Fang said.
- The Northwestern
Prosecutor will not file charges against Oshkosh school board over open meetings violation complaint
Winnebago County Deputy District Attorney Eric Sparr said he won't charge the Oshkosh school board after accusations it violated open meetings law.
- USA TODAY
Gap between job openings and hires during the pandemic can offer a more precise measuring stick, though it's far from an exact science. Here's a list.
(Bloomberg) -- Most Read from BloombergThe Hot New Trend For Hedge Funds Is—Finally—Female FoundersAutomating the War on Noise Pollution‘Ghost Signs’ Haunt London’s Reviving NeighborhoodsSaudi Arabia raised oil prices for buyers in Asia and the U.S., signaling it sees demand staying strong despite the spread of the omicron variant of the coronavirus.The move comes days after OPEC and its allies -- a 23-nation group led by Saudi Arabia and Russia -- surprised traders with a decision to boost crud
Shipping container lines on track make a record-breaking $150 billion this year from the supply chain breakdown
Pre-tax profit for 2021 and 2022 could be as high as $300 billion, according to Drewry, an independent maritime research consultancy.
- Detroit Free Press
This split decision from Michigan Court of Claims Judge Christopher Murray came Friday after Murray heard more than six hours of testimony.
The tighter restrictions Germany has introduced to try to limit the spread of COVID-19 are putting people off from shopping in the usually busy run-up to Christmas, the country's association of retailers (HDE) said on Sunday. The HDE said sales in bricks-and-mortar non-food retail were down an average of 26% in the last week compared to the pre-crisis year of 2019, according to a survey of some 1,600 firms. Clothing retailers were particularly hard hit, with sales down 35% on the pre-crisis level.
- Business Insider
The auto industry is begging the US government to make it easier to import critical parts from China
Tesla and dozens of auto industry suppliers are urging the US government to drop tariffs on Chinese items, including battery-making materials.
Everyone knows the financial arguments for why we should wait as long as possible to Social Security benefits: Your benefits increase by 8% for every year from age 62 to age 70 that you postpone claiming. This cognitive benefit of postponing retirement was documented by a study that was published in the September 2021 issue of SSM –Population Health, a peer-reviewed journal. Entitled “Does postponing retirement affect cognitive function?,” its authors, from the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research in Rostock, Germany, are Joe Mhairi Hale, Maarte Bijlsma, and Angelo Lorenti.
One prankster is looking for $1.8 million for Jamie Dimon’s first mint. Why not?
If you're working and taking RMDs, your taxable income may start to bulge. Find out how to keep it under control.
- The Florida Times-Union
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody says federal agencies have not complied with records requests about Biden administration immigration policies.
Oil futures end mixed on Friday, with global benchmark prices up but U.S. prices finishing with a loss.
BEIJING (Reuters) -China's securities regulator said on Sunday that Beijing's recent policy moves were not aimed at specific industries or private firms, and were not necessarily linked to companies seeking to list in overseas markets. China has implemented a sweeping regulatory crackdown https://www.reuters.com/business/china-wall-street-regulatory-crackdown-not-aimed-restricting-private-firms-2021-09-20 in recent months on internet companies, for-profit education, and real estate developers, among others. "The main purpose of (those moves) is to regulate monopoly, to protect the interests and data security of small- and medium-sized firms, as well as personal information security," the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) said in a statement.
- CBS News Videos
For retailers and shipping companies, the holiday season is the time for delivery. All those millions of tons of cardboard boxes will need to be recycled, along with the plastic and glass bottles and metals that make up half of the 292 million tons of waste we produce each year. The mountain of waste we generate has prompted new ways to think about how we recycle – and who pays for it. Brook Silva-Braga sorts through this messy issue.