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The tech-heavy Nasdaq is down 10.7%; Fed meeting next week to offer new clues on rate hikes; U.S. and Britain agree to talks to resolve tariffs, Biden says tariffs on Chinese goods to remain for now
The average rate on a 30-year fixed mortgage rose to more than 3.6%; new home construction increased in December for third straight month; Army Corps of Engineers gets billions to fund new infrastructure, climate projects
New York AG says its civil probe has found evidence of ‘fraudulent or misleading' statements relating to loan and tax filings; some international flights canceled as new 5G signals turn on; judge approves Puerto Rico's public debt restructuring - January 19, 2022
The deal, valued at almost $69 billion, is the largest in the video game industry; Exxon Mobil pledges net-zero emissions by 2050; Goldman Sachs shells out cash for employees, profits fall; FAA says 45% of airplanes cleared to fly around 5G signals
The new signals are scheduled to launch Wednesday, but airlines are urging further delay near major airports; oil prices hit seven-year high following UAE attack; family of warehouse worker who died in tornado sues Amazon
President Biden announces three more nominees for the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors; the Biden administration says it'll spend around $27 billion on bridge replacement and repair; Dogecoin surges after Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweets that Tesla will accept the cryptocurrency as payment for some merchandise.
Multiple reports say President Biden will announce three more nominees for the Federal Reserve's Board of Governors, as soon as today; the House committee investigating the January sixth attack on the Capitol issues subpoenas to three social media companies. - January 14, 2022
The Federal Aviation Administration details the impact of 5G wireless service on airplanes' electronics; promises to fight inflation from a Federal Reserve nominee. - January 13, 2022
Biogen stock falls after Medicare says it will limit coverage for the company's new Alzheimer's drug; the Biden administration says it'll distribute ten million COVID tests to schools each month; Facebook parent Meta drops to the 47th spot in Glassdoor's annual ranking of the 100 best places to work.
U.S. airlines say China is refusing to allow flights to land…after some passengers tested positive for COVID; Shortages at grocery stores are growing more widespread because of supply chain kinks and COVID
Fed Vice Chair Richard Clarida has announced his resignation, earlier than expected; United Airlines cancels more flights, as 3,000 of its employees test positive for COVID; workers at a second Starbucks store near Buffalo, N.Y. vote to join a union.
Private insurers will be required to cover the cost of over the counter COVID tests starting Saturday; kids in Chicago public schools will be back in the classroom tomorrow. - January 11, 2022
U.S. Greenhouse gas emissions were up about 6% last year; the Biden administration steers more COVID relief money to small businesses in disadvantaged communities; Royal Caribbean cancels four upcoming cruises.
There will be no school today for kids in Chicago's public schools. The teachers union wants to go back to remote learning, with most members refusing to teach in person; General Motors says it will recognize California's authority to set vehicle emissions standards. - January 10, 2022
December job increase totaled 200,000, below forecasts; Supreme Court hears arguments over challenges to vaccine mandates; low-income Americans to get more help with heating bills; electric and hybrid vehicle sales saw big gains in 2021
Forecasts predict 6.5 million jobs created last year; 30-year fixed mortgage rate at highest level since spring 2020; winter storm worsens flight cancellations; Colorado wildfire caused $513 million in damage, officials say
The job gains were twice what economists were expecting; mortgage applications decline 2.7 percent in last two weeks of 2021; Walmart expands grocery delivery; Deere to provide farm tractor automation kits
The Japanese automaker sold 2.3 million vehicles, GM sold 2.2 million; U.S. doubles order of Pfizer's COVID treatment; more than 1,200 flights canceled on Wednesday morning
Airlines raised alarms over potential interference with airplanes; Nearly 1,000 flights canceled Tuesday morning, as travel disruptions continue; Theranos' Holmes convicted of fraud
The Justice and Agriculture departments launch new portal to aid farmers and ranchers; Hyundai, Kia expect to sell more cars in 2022, as chip shortage eases; OPEC+ to meet on oil output targets; flight cancellations grow, as mid-Atlantic and South walloped by winter storm
Airlines canceled more than 1,700 U.S. flights Monday; AT&T, Verizon reject request to delay new 5G signals over airline industry concerns; Tesla reports 936,000 deliveries in 2021, a new milestone for company
The four week claims average fell to its lowest level since 1969; Putin highlights Nord Stream 2, before talks with Biden; widespread flight cancellations continue; JetBlue cancels flights to mid-January
The FDA grants emergency use authorization for at-home tests made by Siemens and Roche; federal government approves California's overhaul of its Medicaid program; Publix grocery chain begins offering parental leave benefit - December 30, 2021
The National Association of Realtors says low inventories, high prices are slowing the real estate market; airlines cancel hundreds of flights today and tomorrow; Foxconn India plant is on probation, Apple says; cruise operator Carnival not changing course, despite COVID spike
Seattle has most cancellations, due to severe weather; NFL shortens COVID quarantine time from 10 days to five; Broadway's ‘The Music Man' is the latest show to pause performances due to COVID
Travelers face hundreds of flight cancellations and delays; October home prices rose more than 18 percent, Case-Shiller 20-city index finds; U.S. regulators probing Hyundai, Kia engine fires; sweeping vaccine mandate takes effect in NYC
CDC chief says new guidance helps keep society functioning amid rising cases; Riot Games reaches $100 million settlement in class-action lawsuit alleging gender discrimination; Apple closes New York City stores due to COVID
Thousands of flights have been canceled during the busy holiday travel period; Fauci says vaccine mandate for domestic flights should be considered; travel-related shares decline amid new COVID disruptions; “Spider-Man” is first pandemic-era film to earn $1 billion
Thousands of flights were canceled between Friday and Sunday; Holiday shoppers spent 8.5% more this season; Democrats say they will try again to pass a social, climate spending bill