A mystery gold rush
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Somebody has been scooping up huge amounts of gold. Today, we try to identify the mystery buyer, or buyers, and their motives. Plus, Hurricane Ian exacerbates Florida's affordable housing crisis.
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The amount of gold changing hands has doubled in each of the past two quarters.
Laurie Stewart, CEO of Sound Community Bank in Seattle, says she's seen a "real uptick in demand for deposits."
Lee County in Southwest Florida, where the storm made landfall, still faces monumental challenges housing people displaced by the storm.
A priority for returning Disney CEO Bob Iger is to shore up Disney+, ESPN+ and Hulu — which have been gaining subscribers but losing money.
Most states don't tax groceries. But the treat used in candied yams and s'mores tests the definition.
Rita Magalde, owner of Sheer Ambrosia in Draper, Utah, is starting her busy season and planning to bring on her first full-time employees.