What Jerome Powell’s renomination means for Fed policy
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Also: Two Black farmers work to address agriculture's racial disparities and businesses weigh the value of staying open on Thanksgiving Day.
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Brainard will be nominated for vice chair. The two officials typically agree on monetary policy but sometimes diverge on regulation.
Employers want to keep their workers happy in this tight labor market — and holiday staffing is expensive.
One entrepreneur is placing her bets on a paid online listening service for women.
Higher wages for Deere workers will show up slightly in equipment prices —but that's only one of many costs farmers face.
"Dangerous to hope too much": When will it be safe to go back to work?
As workers contemplate going back to the office, we hear from one worker who weighs their personal economic needs with the well-being of loved ones.
Ashanti Williams and Arian Rivera of the Black Yard Farm Collective talk about agricultural practices and building community.