When slowing wage growth isn’t so bad
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Wage growth moderated to 1% last quarter, but inflation eased too. This will be on the mind of Federal Reserve officials as they mull interest rate hikes. Plus, Ireland feuds with the EU over tech regulation.
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Wages increased 1% in Q4. Inflation is also slowing. All that could impact whether — and by how much — the Fed hikes interest rates.
"We have all these extra fees that we really didn't have before," says events specialist Irene Tynedale. But prices will still fluctuate.
You can get pretty much any recipe you want online. But cookbooks still sell. A lot.
You can't get federal grants unless you fill out the FAFSA.
The case has implications for how corporations use bankruptcy to deal with lawsuits and the future of the "Texas two-step" strategy.
Ireland is at loggerheads with the European Union over the best way to police American tech giants with European headquarters on Irish soil.