For decades, local nonprofit Project Angel Food has provided hot meals to people in need. But now, they're getting more clients and their delivery drivers aren't getting any breaks with rising gas prices. CBSLA Anchor Leslie Marin spoke with Project Angel Food's CEO Richard Ayoub about the challenges. If you want to make a contribution or donate money to Project Angel Food, go to www.angelfood.org.
In our June 13 review of bitcoin futures we gave a sober outlook for prices including a price target: "In this daily Point and Figure chart of bitcoin, below, we can see the breakdown and a price target of $15,750." In this daily bar chart of the continuous bitcoin futures contract, below, we can see that prices topped out in October/November. The On-Balance-Volume (OBV) line has been weakening since late October as traders of bitcoin have been more aggressive with heavier trading volume on days when the cryptocurrency has closed lower.
John Eastman, a former Trump lawyer who helped design the plan to overturn the 2020 election, drops lawsuit blocking his phone records from Jan. 6 committee
Eastman, who urged Mike Pence to block the certification of election results, previously refused to comply with subpoenas from Congress.
When most think of robots and our food, many picture something out of a science-fiction movie. Automation in the fast-food industry often comes down to more self-ordering kiosks, more automation in the kitchen or drive-thru lanes that take your order without talking to a person. "People often hear automation and think of robots making their food," Restaurant Brands International Popeyes President Sami Siddiqui told TheStreet in a May interview about, among other things, changes like auto-lift fryers.
Tesla workers are returning to office only to find there aren’t enough desks or parking spots for them
Weeks after Elon Musk's in-office mandate, Tesla workers find they have nowhere to park their seats or cars at work. Managers are telling them to WFH.
(Bloomberg) -- Global energy markets that have thrown up plenty of anomalies in 2022 as flows get rerouted and prices jump just saw a fresh quirk: India, typically Asia’s leading gasoline and diesel exporter, has been forced to step up imports of the fuels.Most Read from BloombergRussia Slips Into Historic Default as Sanctions Muddy Next StepsTesla Cuts 200 Autopilot Workers as California Site ClosesTrump’s Final Scene Didn’t Go According to ScriptBig Tech Sinks Stocks Bruised by Recession Jitte
Starting July 1, advisors helping clients navigate a rollover of their retirement account will have to produce documentation explaining their decision-making process.
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The general contractor, York County and City of Rock Hill are against a proposal that would allow the real estate company created by Panthers owner David Tepper to use other Tepper companies to finance bankruptcy.
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- Charlotte Observer
Two Charlotte companies that worked on the Carolina Panthers’ HQ in Rock Hill say they are owed millions in wake of a bankruptcy filing by a David Tepper company.
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Retirement can be a big change for a lot of people. It's not uncommon to eagerly anticipate retirement, only to wind up bored and stressed about money once that milestone rolls around. Here's why I love the idea of easing into retirement rather than diving right in.
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Crypto billionaire Sam Bankman-Fried says more exchanges will fail as the industry faces a brutal downturn
Crypto exchange FTX has lent money to floundering players in the industry, but its CEO says that many others lack a "business left to be saved."
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Oil is likely to hit $200 a barrel under the disastrous G7 plan to cap Russian prices, an SEB analyst says
The G7's potential plan to cap Russian energy prices "sounds like a recipe for disaster right now," SEB analyst Bjarne Schieldrop said.
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The annual Top 500 Report from Nation’s Restaurant News is always such a wealth of fast food industry insight, it should come with a digital bow on top. Each year, NRN tracks the sales performance of America’s biggest restaurant chains and compares them against previous years, the charting of which paints a portrait of America’s shifting tastes across the decade. This year’s report, looking back at 2021 data, shows that fast food had a healthy rebound over a shaky 2020, with every chain growing
- Miami Herald
Four passengers are suing discount Dominican carrier RED Air after they say last week’s crash-landing at Miami International Airport caused them “fractured bones, orthopedic injuries, spine damage, and psychological injuries.”
It's a great time to look for a new job. There are nearly twice as many open positions as there are job seekers. Employers are scrambling to fill head counts and retain the workers they do have, and...
A Pew Charitable Trusts survey found that retirement savers often incur higher fees when rolling out of an old employer's 401(k) plan to an individual retirement account. Financial pros have some solutions.
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There followed an avalanche of accusations across the political spectrum. Democrats, including President Joe Biden, blamed oil companies for gouging consumers in order to boost their own profits. Republicans countered that the high prices were due to Biden’s mismanagement and energy policies that discourage domestic oil production.
- Detroit Free Press
GM subsystem workers, who are key to vehicle assembly, have a strike deadline of 10 a.m. Thursday and if they walk, GM production could stall.
As the CalSavers program enters its final implementation phase, tens of thousands of companies have begun offering retirement plans.