Soaring inflation forces school districts to cut back on supplies and pay more for nearly everything

video Soaring inflation forces school districts to cut back on supplies and pay more for nearly everything Inflation is straining school budgets across the country Inflation is straining school budgets across the country, as districts are forced to pay more for everything from school supplies in the classroom to maintaining the bus fleets picking up kids. This year could pose […]

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SAN JOSE, Calif. — California’s third-largest city banished flavored tobacco products from store shelves this summer, joining scores of other cities and counties in the state in a public health push to reduce nicotine addiction among youths and young adults. Like San Jose, Sacramento County also imposed a ban this summer. Los Angeles, California’s largest city, and San Diego will […]

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Amid demand for SUVs, Maruti launches new generation of small car Alto K10

Alto, the Maruti brand synonymous with small cars, introduced the new generation K10 on Thursday, aiming to consolidate its position further am­id shrinking demand for hatchbacks. With prices starting at Rs 399,000 and going up to Rs 533,500 (for manual transmission), the new model claims fuel efficiency of 24.90 km per litre. The Japanese car maker, which has been selling […]

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Your Netflix might be hacked – check for worrying red flags that could see you banned | The Sun

CHECK your Netflix account for moochers, snoopers and hackers. There are plenty of red flags that can reveal if someone has secret access to your account. Over time, dozens of people including ex-romantic partners, roommates and friends-of-friends can have access to your account. It's worth carrying out a little spring clean every now and then to ensure your generosity isn't […]

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Asian Shares Mixed Amid U.S. Rate Hike Worries

Asian stocks ended mixed on Friday, with Japanese markets posting strong gains in a catch-up rally following a holiday on Thursday. A cautious undertone prevailed after comments from Federal Reserve officials pointed to aggressive interest rate hikes to bring inflation down to the Fed’s 2 percent target. U.S. producer prices for July slowed at a faster than expected pace, reinforcing […]

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Govt to amend 114-year-old the Indian Ports Act, bring in reforms

The Ministry of Ports, Shipping and Waterways has released a draft to amend the Indian Ports Act, 1908, which aims to bring in sweeping reforms in the sector by bringing non-major ports into the national fold, creating a new mechanism for resolution of disputes, and empowering maritime state development council (MSDC). The draft bill will see comments from stakeholders before […]

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European Shares Rise On Economic Optimism

European stocks advanced on Friday after data showed Euro zone industrial production in June grew three times more than expected on the back of a jump in the output of capital goods. Industrial production rose 0.7 percent sequentially in June, while analysts had predicted a 0.2 percent rise. Year-on-year, output rose 2.4 percent. Elsewhere, the U.K. economy contracted less than […]

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VFMCRP, Cara: Kapruvia Approved In Switzerland To Treat Hemodialysis Patients

Vifor Fresenius Medical Care Renal Pharma or VFMCRP and Cara Therapeutics, Inc. (CARA), a commercial-stage biopharmaceutical company, announced Friday that they have received approval for Kapruvia from the Swiss Agency for Therapeutic Products, Swissmedic. Kapruvia will be the first therapy available for the treatment of moderate-to-severe pruritus associated with chronic kidney disease in adult hemodialysis patients. Swissmedic approval was supported […]

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Plan for rail contract deal doesn't address concerns: union

video FOX Business Flash top headlines for August 18 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. The head of the nation's largest railroad union is pushing back against a report designed to help get stalled contract talks moving that he says doesn't do enough about working conditions. The railroads indicated earlier this week that they were ready to work on a […]

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