While the usual culprits cited by economists include pandemic-era supply chain bottlenecks, the war in Ukraine and various US economic policies, others say it’s due to “greedflation."
The S&P 500 is now in what Wall Street refers to as a bull market, meaning the index has risen 20% or more from its most recent low. The S&P 500 closed Thursday at 4,294, and the bull market is considered to have begun on Oct. 13, 2022, a day after the index closed at 3,577. The rall…
Justices did not decide whether the toy's maker violated trademark law but instead sent the case back to lower courts for further review.
More than 200 Black workers described rampant racism and discrimination, including use of slurs and references to the factory as a plantation or slave ship.
The number of Americans applying for unemployment benefits last week rose to its highest level since October 2021, but the labor market remains one of the healthiest parts of the U.S. economy. The Labor Department reported Thursday that U.S. applications for jobless claims were 261,000 for t…
It's a reversal from much of this year, when high-growth stocks led the way on hopes the Federal Reserve would ease interest rates and amid excitement about AI.
As an employee, it is the quality of your work that matters most. But your appearance is also something that leaves a lasting impression and could impact how you are viewed to others. Host Heather Abraham welcomes Holly Wilbanks, of the Wilbanks Consulting Group, and Ann Marie Schiavone, a D…
Can you trust Erica, or Sandi or Amy to increasingly control parts of your financial life without giving you inaccurate information or sending money to the wrong place?
When an increasingly fractious committee of Federal Reserve policymakers meets next week, Chair Jerome Powell will need to forge a consensus.
WASHINGTON — Federal safety regulators are urging consumers to stop using baby pillows that have been linked to 10 infant deaths but are still being sold on Facebook Marketplace, despite being recalled two years ago.
It marks the first time that Taco Bell has sold a fully vegan entree.
Currently, your correctly spelled salty language will sometimes get changed to something else entirely.
Some of the day's strongest action was in the cryptocurrency world after the Securities and Exchange Commission leveled charges on Coinbase.
Improvement to Apple's iOS software includes an update to prevent autocorrect from changing a common expletive to "ducking."
Check out the peaks and valleys in volatile local gas prices, and track motor vehicle sales, financing and production.
NORFOLK – Northeast Nebraska Telephone Company (NNTC) is pleased to announce the promotion of three employees and four new employees.
The 56th Street/U.S. 77 exit was one of the three original exits on Interstate 80, opening when the Lincoln segment of the highway opened in the early 1960s.
Find out the hottest spots to stay cool. Nebraska may be landlocked, but the state's waterways offer a number of places to enjoy the sand and water of a beach.
Carla Ketner, who owns Chapters Books & Gifts in Seward, has written a children's picture book about Nebraska Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Ted Kooser.
If the Hall County attorney decides to go forward, charges will be filed against Kelli Lepler, the owner and operator of Monument Advisors.
The city's new inland port is being eyed as a potential semiconductor manufacturing site.
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Northwest Indiana man charged with stalking, threatening Taylor Swift: 'We will destroy you,' accusations say
"(Mitchell) Taebel still maintains a delusion that he and the ARTIST will be married and, if elected President, that the ARTIST will be his First Lady," charges say.
Listen to the first chapter of Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles that examines the circumstances surrounding the deaths of two girls in Tucson, Arizona.
Bryan Tuma will replace Don Arp, who resigned this week to pursue a career outside of state government.
Gov. Jim Pillen welcomed an Israeli consul general to Nebraska and pointed to Israel's special relationship with the U.S.
The Nebraska State Board of Education has revised rules for future teachers, making it easier to obtain certification for people without teaching degrees, expired permits or failed content exams.
An FBI special agent said agriculture’s growing use of technology has increased the risks to that sector, whether from criminals, terrorists or hostile foreign countries.