Month: May 2022

In this article GPS ULTA URBN JWN M A Nordstrom employee fixes a floral dress on a mannequin in one of the retailer’s department stores. Ben Nelms | Bloomberg | Getty Images Out with sweatpants, in with blazers, lipstick and eye-popping prints on dresses. Americans are sprucing up their wardrobes and spending more on dressier
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Jake and Deborah Anderson-Bialis, pictured with their children, started fertility education site FertilityIQ after spending about $70,000 to have their children. Melissa Schmidt, FertilityIQ’ As employers try to entice new workers and keep the ones they have, more are turning to fertility benefits. In fact, the trend has been moving upward for the past couple
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In this article DELL COST WEED-CA HIBB BIG PDD Check out the companies making headlines before the bell: Big Lots (BIG) – The discount retailer’s shares tumbled 21.2% in the premarket after missing Wall Street forecasts for quarterly earnings and revenue. The company also reported a larger-than-expected slump in comparable-store sales and issued cautious full-year
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Thomas Barwick | Digitalvision | Getty Images Retirees have rejoined the labor force at a steady clip in recent months, attracted by a hot job market and reduced Covid health risks. This “un-retirement” trend could help increase the available pool of workers and ease the hiring challenges businesses have reported. As of April, 3.3% of
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Rohit Chopra leads the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the federal agency whose mission is to protect consumers from “abusive and deceptive financial practices.” As the director of the CFPB, he is keeping a close eye on trouble spots that could potentially cause another financial crisis. With inflation significantly impacting household budgets for millions of Americans,
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Gary Gensler, chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, at the SEC headquarters in Washington, on July 22, 2021. Melissa Lyttle/Bloomberg via Getty Images The Securities and Exchange Commission on Wednesday proposed two rule changes that would prevent misleading or deceptive claims by U.S. funds on their environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) qualifications and
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