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Thanksgiving and Inflation: The Cost of the Holiday This Year

Holiday costs from groceries to travel are up, and consumers have been willing to pay them.Roe D’Angelo and The Thanksgiving feast last year was one of the most expensive ever; […]




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Europe’s Wind Industry Is Stumbling When It’s Needed Most

These should be great times to be in the wind energy business, especially in Europe. Governments here have long promoted offshore wind projects, and those efforts have accelerated since Russia […]




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Bob Iger’s Return to Disney Shocks a Discontented Kingdom

But Disney has one problem that its competitors do not, and it involves Mr. Chapek’s biggest move during his time as chief executive.In 2020, Mr. Chapek restructured Disney to give […]




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US Shoppers Are Still Spending, as Long as Retailers Give Them a Reason

Despite months of unease about the state of the economy, Americans remain willing to spend money on all sorts of goods. But they are making it clear that retailers must […]







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Adidas Lowers Earnings Forecast After Dropping Kanye West

Adidas, just weeks after severing its very profitable relationship with the rapper and designer Kanye West, said on Wednesday that it would need to cut revenue and earnings forecasts for […]







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Food Prices Soar, and So Do Companies’ Profits

Some companies and restaurants have continued to raise prices on consumers even after their own inflation-related costs have been covered. Read More




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Tech’s Biggest Companies Are Sending Worrying Signals About the Economy

A series of quarterly earnings reports is showing that even Silicon Valley’s most powerful companies are feeling the impact of inflation and rising interest rates. Read More




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Airlines Need New Planes, but the Supply Chain Has Other Ideas

Supply chain problems hamper Boeing and Airbus as they try to fulfill a spate of orders from carriers seeking to expand and rejuvenate their fleets. Read More