Seattle business owner faces repeat burglaries, says city is 'field day' for criminals

Seattle business owner: City is a ‘field day’ for criminals Seattle Shirt Company owner Jay Ashberg addresses the city’s crime surge after experiencing repeat burglaries. Criminals are terrorizing America’s small businesses as the crime crisis rages on across the nation, and Seattle Shirt Company owner Jay Ashberg told "Cavuto: Coast to Coast" that he's looking to put a stop to […]

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Germany Ifo Business Confidence Strengthens In January

German business confidence improved at the start of the year as companies expect the disruptions from the Omicron variant to ease in coming months, survey results from the ifo Institute showed on Tuesday. The business climate index rose to 95.7 in January from revised 94.8 in the previous month. The reading was forecast to remain unchanged at 94.7. While companies’ […]

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People 'fleeing' California for record tax relief, investments in Idaho

Idaho gov. on jobs recovery: We have 12 percent more jobs now than pandemic low Idaho Gov. Brad Little on the state’s jobs recovery and Democratic voters fleeing blue states. Gov. Brad Little joined "Varney & Co." Thursday to tout the "incredible, organic growth" that has propelled Idaho’s economy as the country grapples with the unanticipated economic disruptions from the […]

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Alcoa Q4 Profit Trumps Wall Street Estimates

Aluminum producer Alcoa Corp. (AA), Wednesday reported a fourth-quarter results, with adjusted earnings trouncing Wall Street view. Pittsburgh-based Alcoa reported fourth-quarter loss of $392 million or $2.11 per share, compared to last year’s loss of $4 million or $0.02 per share. Excluding one-time items, earnings for the quarter were $475 million or $2.50 per share, compared to last year’s profit […]

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Pfizer COVID-19 pill approved in Canada

Fox Business Flash top headlines for January 18 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Canada’s health regulator has approved a pill by Pfizer that treats the effects of COVID-19. Health Canada authorized Paxlovid for adult patients with mild or moderate COVID-19 who are also at high risk of becoming more seriously ill. Health Canada did not authorize it for use […]

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India extends another $500 million LoC to Sri Lanka for emergency fuel import

India on Tuesday extended a $500 million-Line of Credit (LOC) to Sri Lanka for urgent fuel imports, days after providing $900 million relief to the island nation facing one of its worst economic downturns. “External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar extended this critical support in his letter addressed to the Foreign Minister of Sri Lanka Prof. G.L. Peiris,” a statement […]

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This Is the Country With the Biggest Income Gap

Oxfam released its Time to Care report to appear ahead of the World Economic Forum. Comparisons of the world’s richest billionaires to the world’s poor highlighted the report. The most staggering statistic was that the combined wealth of these billionaires was more than the wealth of 4.6 billion people, which is 60% of the world’s population. Just as shocking was that […]

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Price of orange juice on the rise amid forecasts of smallest crop since 1945

Fox Business Flash top headlines for January 14 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Government agricultural forecasters said they expect the smallest Florida orange crop since World War II, touching off a rally in juice futures that were already at their highest level in years because of the pandemic.   The U.S. Agriculture Department said last week that it expects Florida […]

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