Inflation and unemployment stats tell a complicated story
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Plus: Seeing a Thanksgiving road trip through the lens of infrastructure and a plant nursery owner plans a cross-country trek to combat shipping delays.
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While there are constraints on labor supply, we're seeing signs that some of them are easing, one economist says.
The Fed's preferred means of measuring inflation jumped 0.6% in October.
A new initiative from the Labor Department aims to up outreach and enforcement related to such issues.
Why this plant nursery drives cross-country to hand-deliver orders: “There's not a lot of wiggle room”
Rising freight rates and delayed deliveries are forcing a Wisconsin plant nursery to find ways around the supply chain tie-ups.
An online geographic tracker from Cornell shows there were dozens of strikes that didn't make it into national headlines or government data.
What will the infrastructure bill do for 60-year-old Putty Hill Avenue Bridge — which supports 17,000 vehicles daily — and similar sites?