Russia claims Kyiv bombed its air bases, firing more missiles

Kyiv, Ukraine (AP) — The Kremlin said Monday that Ukrainian drones struck two air bases deep in Russian territory, shortly before Russian forces launched a massive missile attack in Ukraine that hit homes and buildings and killed civilians. The unprecedented attack in Russia threatened a major escalation in the nine-month-old war because it hit an … Read more

Goldman Sachs warns that the US could see a conflict over the debt ceiling shake the markets

New York CNN Business – Republicans and Democrats are likely to clash next year over the debt ceiling, a battle that could roil financial markets, roil consumers and threaten the economy with the specter of default. The looming debt-reduction battle in Washington may create the most uncertainty Since the 2011 brinkmanship that cost America its … Read more

Vacation survival tips from 5 financial professionals

For Ryan Decker, surviving the holiday shopping season is all about planning ahead. In fact, if he sees a gift for one of his two young sons in March, he’ll go ahead and buy it, instead of rushing through his December shopping list. “It lightens the load greatly,” he says, making December bills easier because … Read more

Markets need a strong labor market, and moderate inflation

CNBC’s Jim Cramer told investors Friday that stocks could see another strong week of trading, given the right economic conditions. “As we approach the end of the year, the holidays will become more and more of a focus. For now, the outlook is cloudy – many cross currents. But if the job market remains strong … Read more

A less risky path to entrepreneurial success

opinions expressed Entrepreneur Shareholders are theirs. by: Davis Smith And the Trenton Smith Most startup companies fail. According to the 2019 Startup Genome Report, 92% of startups fail. Surprisingly, only 4% of companies in the United States exceed $1 million in annual revenue, and only 0.6% reach $10 million in revenue, to me US Census … Read more

“Things are looking” for the heart of Downtown Urbana | Economie

Record Swap owner Bob Diener says at his Lincoln Square store in Urbana his business has tripled since he moved it to the mall from Race Street just before the pandemic began in early 2020. Robin Schulz/The News Gazette To subscribe, click here Want to buy a hard copy today? This is a single copy … Read more

NH Business: upcoming healthcare decisions

Fred Kocher, host of NH Business NH Business: Political Decisions Related to Health Care Courtney Tanner and David Goffitt join Fred Kocher to discuss how upcoming political decisions will affect health care in the Granite State. Updated: 7:45 AM EST on November 27, 2022 Hide text Show version Welcome to New Hampshire Business. I’m Fred … Read more

The fire plan will cut down 2.4 million trees in New Jersey’s Pinelands

Bass River Township, NJ – As many as 2.4 million trees will be cut down as part of a project to prevent major wildfires in a federally protected New Jersey forest that has been declared a unique environmental treasure. New Jersey environmental officials say the plan to kill trees in a section of the Bass … Read more

FIFA says crusader uniforms worn by England fans are ‘offensive’

CNN – former to England clash in the World Cup with the United States On Friday, the governing body of world football FIFA He said the crusader uniforms worn by England fans were “offensive”. Some England fans attend sporting events dressed as the English Shepherd Saint George, complete with plastic helmets, crosses and swords. FIFA … Read more

Economies booming with Russian wealth and immigration

Russians cross the border between Russia and Georgia days after President Vladimir Putin announced a mobilization campaign on September 21. Daru Solakuri | Getty Images News | Getty Images While many economies are suffering from the impact of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, a select few countries are benefiting from the influx of Russian immigrants and … Read more