Why hasn’t Russia been cut off from the SWIFT system yet?
Feb 25, 2022

Why hasn’t Russia been cut off from the SWIFT system yet?

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Also today: Inflation jumped 6.1% in January, according to data from the Commerce Department. Amazon workers attempting to unionize have targeted the company's use of "captive audience" anti-union presentations in a complaint.

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Why are housing inventories growing at the higher end of the market in some places?

Feb 25, 2022
As some buyers move from more expensive regions, they have more to spend elsewhere.
"If you’re a seller, it’s a seller’s market," said Gay Cororaton, senior economist with the National Association of Realtors.
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Union labor complaint against Amazon takes aim at "captive audience" meetings

Feb 25, 2022
The practice of requiring workers to sit through anti-union presentations is common and currently legal.
A union supporter stands before sunrise outside the Amazon fulfillment center on March 29 in Bessemer, Alabama.
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