Florida is the only state not to pre order vaccines for children under 5.
GARMISCH-PARTENKIRCHEN, Germany (Reuters) -Two top OPEC oil producers, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, can barely increase oil production, French President Emmanuel Macron on Monday said he had been told by the UAE's president. Saudi Arabia and the UAE have been perceived as the only two countries in the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) with spare capacity to boost global deliveries that could reduce prices.
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The securities regulator also said "hundreds" more EY staff cheated on professional courses and exams between 2017 and 2021.
Watching workers poke avocados from the treetops in an orchard owned by Kenyan agriculture firm Kakuzi, managing director Chris Flowers revels in the thought some might soon go to the crown jewel of emerging consumer markets: China. Taking advantage of Beijing's deeper focus on trade with African countries to help reduce gaping deficits, Kenya struck an export deal with China for fresh avocados in January after years of lobbying for market access. Six months later, no shipments have left, Kenya's avocado society, the East African country's plant health inspectorate and Kakuzi told Reuters.
At the Mellach coal power plant in southern Austria, spider webs have taken over the conveyor belts, and plants and flowers have sprung up around the vast lot that once stored coal.
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Cedar Fair's decision to sell the land underneath California's Great America and to eventually shutter the amusement park left a lot of big questions, some more easily answered than others.
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Memecoins galore as the top meme token Dogecoin breaches the $0.07 barrier while Shiba Inu gains over 34.95% over the weekly chart. Will meme tokens lead the market into gains?
Empty shelves and prices discounted by as much as 70% greeted shoppers who visited Decathlon stores in Russia over the weekend before the French sports equipment retailer closed its stores on Monday, hampered by supply constraints. Scores of Western brands have left Russia following a backlash against its military incursion into Ukraine, with McDonald's, IKEA and Renault among the more high-profile. One shopper, Lyubov, said Decathlon's departure was "sad", but was adamant that Russian consumers would cope.
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Another fired worker said the mandatory meetings were becoming “cult-like,” according to the EEOC.
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Thieves are stealing gas from pumps and other vehicles either by physically accessing pumps or by hacking networks as the national gas price average sits at $5 per gallon.
As the markets recently made lows and cemented a bear market, the crowd suddenly became anxious to spend. Traders and investors are desperate to find a reason to go long this market -- turning over every stone for a clue.
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The sign-on bonus is part of the company’s latest recruiting strategy because of the tight labor market.
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One last stab lower cannot be excluded just yet.
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Commentary by three Fresno business people.
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Americans are paying $54,000 on average for an electric vehicle. A year ago, they were paying closer to $44,000.
The soaring cost of EVs is outstripping non-electric vehicles, likely forcing motorists to think twice before ditching fossil fuels.
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Southwest Airlines pilots have had enough.
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Among the high-profile stocks splitting their shares in 2022, these three offer the most attractive long-term growth prospects.
Coronavirus tally: Daily average of hospitalizations rise to 3-month high, as new cases top 100,000 again
The seven-day average for new COVID-19 cases rose to 108,215 on Monday from 102,818 on Sunday, and has increased 1% from two weeks ago, according to
McDonald's executives recently informed the chain's franchisees that they will be required to undergo a rigorous review process every 20 years to keep their restaurants, according to an email to...
The US wants Russian oil to stabilize soaring prices, but it also doesn't want Russia to be handsomely paid for its oil. Enter the London group that insures 95% of all oil shipments.