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International tourists are coming back to the U.S. ... slowly
May 30, 2023
Americans are traveling domestically again, but the tourism industry is waiting for foreign visitors to come back in pre-pandemic force.
After flooring it, RV sales slow down
May 29, 2023
Shipments of new vehicles are down over 50% since their pandemic highs as the industry heads into summer.
This summer's travel crowds are expected to be record-setting
May 22, 2023
AAA expects Americans will break the travel records they set the year before the pandemic started.
Taylor Swift's tour is boosting business near venues, but the singer's the big winner
by Henry Epp and Hannah BaggenstossMay 19, 2023
She's likely to make more than $5 million a night in ticket sales alone.
Brick-and-mortar casinos set another quarterly revenue record
May 18, 2023
Sports wagering revenue is also up 70%, a sign of the gambling industry's strength.
After three turbulent years, supply chains are finally back to normal
May 17, 2023
Three years after the start of the pandemic, inventories are down and supply chains are less volatile.
Clawing back unspent COVID funds might contribute to a debt ceiling solution — but not much
May 15, 2023
The exact amount left from pandemic spending bills could be as little as $30 billion — a fraction of this year’s federal deficit.
Tax refunds are smaller this year — and fewer people are getting them
May 12, 2023
Blame the termination of benefits that came with pandemic emergency measures.
Why the price of eggs is down — and likely to keep falling
May 12, 2023
Fewer bird flu cases and a natural increase in egg supply in the spring is leading to lower prices.
Electric vehicle sales are strong, but EV startups are struggling
May 4, 2023
It's not easy to start a carmaker, especially with rivals like Tesla, GM, Ford and Toyota, which have market share and manufacturing experience.