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The consumer price index captures how much urban residents spend on goods and services, but it misses some of the nuance of rural life.
U.S. automakers depend on parts from Canadian manufacturers. And a lot of them cross the Ambassador Bridge.
“On the supply side, it's very clear that they were not planning for such a high demand,” one expert told us.
Draper, Utah-based Rita Magalde sold Joel Mitchell an order of baklava almost one year ago. The rest, as they say, is history.
CVS has found a positive side effect of providing vaccines — increased retail sales. But what happens when vaccinations slow down?
A sociologist's case for taking shows like “The Kardashians” seriously.