NRA bankruptcy dismissed: National Rifle Association's Chapter 11 case rejected as not 'in good faith' NRA bankruptcy dismissed: National Rifle Association's Chapter 11 case rejected as not 'in good faith'

A federal judge rejected the National Rifle Association's Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing, forcing the NRA to solve its New York AG dispute out of court.      

yesterday, 22:58
Florida's hospitality industry: Employers need workers. Workers need jobs. What's the problem? Florida's hospitality industry: Employers need workers. Workers need jobs. What's the problem?

Employers in Florida cannot find hospitality workers despite high unemployment in the industry. The reasons why depend on whom you ask.      

yesterday, 19:36
What you need to know about the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, gas prices, shortages What you need to know about the Colonial Pipeline cyberattack, gas prices, shortages

With a cyberattack temporarily hobbling the critical Colonial Pipeline, the prospect of gas shortages in the Southeast is making some nervous.      

yesterday, 19:04
Panic buying: Florida governor declares state of emergency over gasoline supply Panic buying: Florida governor declares state of emergency over gasoline supply

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis, in an executive order, declared a gasoline-related state of emergency, allowing for activation of the National Guard.      

today, 2:32
Gas prices top $3: What you need to know about gas shortages, Colonial Pipeline cyberattack Gas prices top $3: What you need to know about  gas shortages, Colonial Pipeline cyberattack

Gas prices jumped above $3 Wednesday as nervous motorists filled up after a cyberattack on the Colonial Pipeline. Drivers feared fuel shortages.      

today, 15:16
Tax return deadline is May 17: Why filing is vital for parents Tax return deadline is May 17: Why filing is vital for parents

Many people, including those who normally aren't required to file, will want to file a tax return by May 17. Child Tax Credit to offer cash in July.     

yesterday, 22:13
'It's really frustrating': Worker shortages are putting more money in employees pockets but could slow the economy 'It's really frustrating': Worker shortages are putting more money in employees pockets but could slow the economy

Worker shortages are forcing firms to give more hours to current employees, increasing their pay. But they can't meet demand, shrinking the economy     

today, 6:01
Uncle Ben's is now Ben's Original: Rice arrives in stores with new name and packaging Uncle Ben's is now Ben's Original: Rice arrives in stores with new name and packaging

Bye, Uncle Ben's, hello Ben's Original. The rice has a new name and look almost a year after parent company Mars Food said it would overhaul imaging.      

today, 12:00
Small businesses can become Amazon sellers to leverage both online, retail sales Small businesses can become Amazon sellers to leverage both online, retail sales

From the start of the pandemic through mid-January 2021, Amazon reports independent third-party sellers increased their sales by more than 55%.      

today, 13:01
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