Posts Tagged ‘Business’

Breitbart Business Digest: Consumer Euphoria Breaks the Stock Market’s Slide

After seven weeks of grinding grimness, the stock market found itself in the grip of euphoria as we stumbled toward Memorial Day.

Monkeypox or the Usual Monkey Business?

A theory circulating on the Internet claims that what is being touted as an outbreak of Monkeypox is actually Shingles, a well-documented side effect of using mRNA vaccines. We discover additional monkey business. The post Monkeypox or the Usual Monkey Business? first appeared on Cabal Times.

Breitbart Business Digest: Trump Growls at Musk as Market Pokes Bear

Donald Trump unleashed withering mockery at the news that Elon Musk will now be voting Republican.

Breitbart Business Digest: Teetering on the Edge of a Bear Market

Those who can still laugh are saying the stock market has turned their 401(k) into a 301(k).

Breitbart Business Digest: Walmart and Target Ring the Death Knell of Greedflation

The theory of greedflation was tossed into the dustbin of history by the quarterly reports of Walmart and Target.

Breitbart Business Digest: The Sun Tzu Jewel Test, Elon Musk, Twitter, Jerome Powell, and Greedflation

The Chinese tactician Sun Tzu wrote in his famous Art of War that a general who advances without coveting fame and retreats without fearing disgrace is the “jewel” of the kingdom.

Breitbart Business Digest: Bad News and Worse News on Inflation

The bad news is that Thursday’s April producer price inflation figures showed that inflation had not cooled by as much as expected.

Breitbart Business Digest: Inflation May Slow But It Isn’t Going Away

There is likely to be a lot of discussion around the idea that March was “peak inflation” if the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for April comes in as expected on Wednesday. Consumer prices are expected to rise 0.2 percent from March, which would represent a significant slowing of the pace of inflation. The 12-month measure […]

Report: Joe Biden Met with Hunter Biden’s Business Partner at White House

Then-Vice President Joe Biden reportedly met with Hunter Biden’s business partner, Eric Schwerin, at the White House.

Breitbart Business Digest: Bidenflation Nation

Consumer prices rose 8.5 percent in data released Tuesday, marking the highest spike the United States has seen since 1981. It’s horrifying, if not overly surprising, that it was also revealed that energy prices are up 32 percent for the last 12 months. Food prices continue to balloon as well. Some lowlights: Ground beef: up 13.8 percent […]

It’s Monkey Business! Human Desire For Alcohol Consumption Is Hardwired

When Dr. Robert Dudley of the University of California, Berkeley, proposed a hypothesis in 2000, and then published a book called ‘ The Drunken Monkey: Why We Drink and Abuse Alcohol’  on the same topic in 2014, the scientific community initially found his claims to be a bit farfetched. Called the ‘drunken monkey hypothesis’, he […]

Washington Knocks Down Turkey’s Bayraktar Business

In the US, it has long been understood that the market for services using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) has a great potential for development, wide ways of use and areas of application. The UAV market is expected to reach $50 billion by 2025. According to the CAGR indicator (cumulative annual growth rate), since 2020 it […]

Breitbart Business Digest: Biden Disapproves of America’s Disapproval of Him

The American people remain stubbornly ungrateful for the Biden economy. The University of Michigan’s survey of consumer sentiment showed that Americans feel more rotten about the economy than any time since the summer of 2011. The composite index of consumer sentiment fell to 59.7, even lower than the depressed figures for January and February. Economists were once […]

Breitbart Business Digest: Fill ’Er Up—if You Can Afford It

It seems tasteless to talk about prices while the maw of Russia is spewing death and destruction upon Ukraine. Inflation, however, is very much now connected to what happens in that conflict. Let’s start with the prices of oil. These jumped on Monday, with West Texas Intermediate at one point punching above $130 a barrel, […]

Business groups quickly take down their Russian oligarch ties

Both Fridman and Aven are shareholders of Alfa Group, one of Russia’s largest privately-owned investment groups. The D.C. lobbying shop BGR Government Affairs represented Alfa Bank, a subsidiary of Alfa Group, until October 2020. BGR continues to represent the investment firm LetterOne, despite cutting ties with another Russian client, Nord Stream 2 AG. BGR, which […]

Report: Hunter Biden’s Business Partner Devon Archer Sentenced to One Year in Prison

Hunter Biden’s close friend and former business partner Devon Archer was sentenced to one year of prison on Monday for his role in a scheme to defraud a Native American tribe of $60 million, according to a report. U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Ronnie Abrams also ordered Archer, 47, […]

The Big and Fatally Flawed Business of Climate Change

Commentary The world has been ending for decades. In 1989, a senior official from the U.N. Environment Program warned that “entire nations could be wiped off the face of the Earth by rising sea levels if the global warming trend is not reversed by the year 2000.” For good measure a study from the program […]

2021 was business as usual in DC, but Palestine activists scored huge wins

First things first: you probably already know, but Mondoweiss is able to do the depth and quality of journalism we do in large part because we are funded by a huge community of individual donors who care about honesty and integrity in reporting – people like you. If you haven’t already, can you take a moment […]

Business Manager to Kardashians Killed, Boyfriend Charged

LOS ANGELES—A Los Angeles business manager whose clients had included Nicki Minaj and the Kardashians was killed, and her boyfriend was charged with murder and torture, authorities said Wednesday. Police found Angela Kukawski, 55, dead in her car in Simi Valley northwest of Los Angeles on Dec. 23, a day after she was reported missing, […]

2021 in review: Business as usual in DC, but Palestine activists scored huge wins

This year was marked by a number of a political setbacks, but it also produced inspiring victories. As it comes to an end, we thought we’d take a look back on 2021. In addition to looking at Washington’s support for Israel’s violence, we wanted to take stock of what Palestine activists accomplished through their tireless […]

The Big Business Behind Travel Nursing

Above Photo: Union nurses picket in Asheville, N.C. June 15, 2021, over staffing and retention concerns. (National Nurses United). During The Covid-19 Pandemic, Demand For Nurses—Already Understaffed—Surged To Even Higher Levels, And Travel Nurses Deployed To Fill The Gaps. As the first wave of Covid-19 hit the United States, Jen, a 53-year-old nurse struggling to pay her […]

Business Review of the year: fortunes follow the ebbs and flows of the pandemic

In July, the European Union introduced the Covid-19 passes to facilitate travel for people who are fully vaccinated against coronavirus, have recovered from the disease or have a negative PCR test. This way the member countries tried to save the summer holiday season and boost travel and tourism following the restrictions of the coronavirus pandemic. […]

Appeals Court Allows Biden Private Business Covid-19 Vax Mandate To Take Effect, Setting Up Supreme Court Showdown

A federal appeals court late Friday in a split decision ruled that the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate for private employers of companies exceeding 100 people can take effect. The 2–1 decision by a panel of the Cincinnati-based 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals dissolves the stay entered by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals […]

US Health Regulator Flags Concerns at Medtronic’s Diabetes Business

The U.S. health regulator has issued a warning letter to Medtronic Plc, highlighting certain concerns related to medical device quality management at its diabetes business, the company said on Wednesday. Medtronic’s shares were down 6 percent at $104.95 in early trading, hitting their lowest in over a year. The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA) letter […]

Kim Jong Un Minds His Own Business & Doesn’t Interfere With Other Nation’s Lives So Why Is He A Target Of America’s Globalists?

by Admin · December 15, 2021 Ghazy Le Baron Jum3np1e oi12l, 20752507g  · He didn’t burn Syria.. He didn’t destroy Iraq.. He didn’t starve Africa.. He didn’t loot the wealth of weak countries.. He didn’t drop phosphorus bombs on Palestinian children.. didn’t nuke japan.. didn’t start a civil war in Rwanda.. didn’t destroy the mountains of Tora Bora.. didn’t […]

Activists Disrupt Business As Usual In Toronto’s Financial District

Above Photo: Greenpeace media library. Calling on Canadian banks to stop funding climate chaos and injustice. Toronto – Greenpeace Canada activists blocked entrances to the RBC’s corporate headquarters today by suspending climbers from fifteen foot high tripods as part of a call for Canada’s big five banks to stop funding fossil fuels and to respect […]

Ortiz: NYC’s Vaccine Mandate Hammers Small Business at the Worst Possible Time

Alfredo Ortiz of Job Creators Network writes in FOXBusiness that outgoing NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has delivered a coup de grâce to the city’s small businesses by issuing a mandate that all private sector employees in the city receive the vaccination against coronavirus before year’s end:  New York City’s lame-duck Mayor Bill de Blasio […]

PB Tech will become a Vaccinated Business from Monday 6th December (NZ)

Where to spend your dollars? This is from the Health Forum NZ. PB Tech announces in-store sales are for the vaxxed only. Not a legal requirement, however this store has opted to exclude the unvaxxed who are only able, if they wish to shop there, to purchase via click and collect. No thanks PB Tech. […]

Astoria’s Zenon Taverna Closes After 33 Years in Business

After 33 years in business, Zenon Taverna in Astoria closed its doors on November 28. Credit: Meta/Facebook/ZenonTaverna Zenon Taverna, a staple of Greek and Cypriot cuisine for the Astoria community of Queens, New York for more than 33 years, served its last customer at the end of November. According to the Zenon Taverna website, the […]

Business Insider: ‘Electric Vehicles Won’t Save Us — We Need to Get Rid of Cars Completely’

Paris Marx wrote in Business Insider: “Making transit available within a 10-minute walk of people’s homes would not only encourage its use and create tens of millions of jobs but could begin to transform our relationship to mobility. … There was a moment during the pandemic where it felt that change was not only possible […]

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