Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen is testifying for a second day before Congress. She is expanding on her views on inflation, emphasizing that the dual risks to inflation: prices rising too slowly and prices accelerating too quickly.
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“The Central 70 Project is, by itself, a major economic driver for the entire Denver-metro region. CDOT wanted to also ensure that these economic and job opportunities were made available to local residents,” Shailen Bhatt, CDOT Executive Director, said in a statement
Sears Holdings Corp. CEO Eddie Lampert said in a blog post Friday that the company would close another eight Sears and 35 Kmart stores that are unprofitable by early October. Hundreds of store closings have already been announced this year.
The Gallup-Sharecare Well-Being Index, published Monday, found that the uninsured rate among U.S. adults was 11.7 percent in the second three months of this year, compared with a record low of 10.9 percent at the end of last year. Though small, the change was statistically significant, survey analysts noted.
Abercrombie said in May, after closing dozens of underperforming stores, that it was it in talks with several parties about a potential deal. The company said Monday that it has ended all such negotiations.
“One of the questions is, ‘What would you regret not having done if you were on your deathbed?'” says Danielle Howard, a certified financial planner. “And his answer was, ‘I would regret not having taught school.'”
Over the first six months of the year, Tesla shares gained more than 50 percent and the electric car company passed General Motors and Ford in market cap. But shares have plunged almost 15 percent this week, translating to lost market value of $8.7 billion.
Rates vary “as much from place to place as the weather,” said Dr. Anne Schuchat, acting director of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Endo International PLC said Thursday it will voluntarily stop selling the pills, approved for use in patients with severe, constant pain, after consulting with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It’s the first opioid drug that the FDA has sought to remove from the market due to abuse.