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Top US regulators pledge to seek reforms for money markets

Top US regulators pledge to seek reforms for money markets

Top regulators pledged Friday to push reforms in a key corner of U.S. financial markets that the Federal Reserve and Treasury had to rush to support after it was roiled during the coronavirus outbreak ...
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What automakers and consumers can learn from the chip shortage crunch

What automakers and consumers can learn from the chip shortage crunch

The global chip shortage that has idled automotive plants, delayed shipments of new vehicles and pushed transaction prices to record levels may soon relent as early as this fall. But the dramatic impact of ...
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Shop Owner's Plea as California Reopens: 'I Need Customers'

Shop Owner’s Plea as California Reopens: ‘I Need Customers’

Back in business now but with government-imposed restrictions, Medina and other merchants and restaurateurs on Olvera Street — and those around the state — are still struggling and facing an uncertain future even as ...
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Fed’s Kaplan cites real estate excesses as one reason to start tapering purchases

Fed’s Kaplan cites real estate excesses as one reason to start tapering purchases

Dallas Federal Reserve President Robert Kaplan cited potential excesses in the housing market and other inflation signs as an indication that the central bank should start slowly pulling back on its asset purchase program.

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Can a business require proof of vaccination for COVID-19?

Can a business require proof of vaccination for COVID-19?

"A business can absolutely ask that question," whether a customer has been vaccinated, said Lindsay Wiley, director of the Health Law and Policy Program at American University Washington College of Law, during an interview with ...
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