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Demand for employment remained strong when the summer started, economists estimate

Demand for employment remained strong when the summer started, economists estimate

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Online ad decline will not be a crack for Google, Facebook, others

Online ad decline will not be a crack for Google, Facebook, others

Online advertising has not already had a good year. But things are getting worse, and Wall Street may be underestimating how much it is. The combined weight of macroeconomic factors such as rising interest rates, the war in Ukraine and rising inflation took some wind out of the online advertising market in the first quarter. …

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Red states win the post-pandemic economy

Red states win the post-pandemic economy

The pandemic has changed the geography of the US economy. By many measures, the red states – the slender Republicans – have recovered faster economically than the blue ones, which are democratically inclined, with workers and employers moving from the coasts to the center of the country and Florida.

Walmart tells suppliers that there will be new fuel and pickup fees

Walmart tells suppliers that there will be new fuel and pickup fees

Walmart Inc. said it would charge some of its suppliers a new fee for transporting goods to its warehouses and stores, according to a memo seen by The Wall Street Journal, the latest example of how companies seek to compensate for rising costs for things like transportation and fuel. Companies using Walmart to transport goods …

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NVIDIA Corp. stock outperforms the market on a strong trading day

NVIDIA Corp. stock outperforms the market on a strong trading day

Shares in NVIDIA Corp. NVDA, +3.04% rose 3.04% to $ 149.64 on Tuesday, on what turned out to be an all-around mixed trading session for the stock market, with the S&P 500 Index SPX, +0.16% increases 0.16% to 3,831.39 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average DJIA, -0.42% decreasing 0.42% to 30,967.82. The rise in the …

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Why consumer inflation psychology is causing anxiety at the Fed

Why consumer inflation psychology is causing anxiety at the Fed

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Amazon, Microsoft, Google Strengthen the grip on the cloud

Amazon, Microsoft, Google Strengthen the grip on the cloud

The pandemic period has been a boon for the trio of companies that dominate cloud computing. Now that the economy is entering another tumultuous phase, Amazon.com Microsoft and Google seems ready to expand their strength. According to Synergy Research Group, the three companies accounted for 65% of the $ 53 billion in global cloud service …

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Ford’s sales in the United States rose 32% in June, surpassing the broader industry

Ford’s sales in the United States rose 32% in June, surpassing the broader industry

Ford Motor reported a nearly 32% increase in U.S. sales in June, knocking out a large portion of the industry as it improved truck and SUV supplies and took advantage of the rollout of a new all-electric pickup. Overall, sales in the U.S. auto industry fell by 11% in June, according to Ford, reflecting continued …

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Red states win the post-pandemic economy

Red states win the post-pandemic economy

The pandemic has changed the geography of the US economy. By many measures, the red states – the slender Republicans – have recovered faster economically than the blue ones, which are democratically inclined, with workers and employers moving from the coasts to the center of the country and Florida.