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Hot demand creates staff opportunities at Seattle candle bar

Mar 9, 2023
For Noir Lux Candle Bar, interest in off-site candle pouring events is waxing, not waning.
Candle maker Colina Bruce of Noir Lux is thinking of "divvying out" some of her responsibilities to her team.
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Boeing hits bumpy air as it tries to meet rising demand for aircraft

Jul 27, 2022
Supply chain issues, increased federal oversight and a looming strike by workers in its defense unit are affecting the company's ability to deliver orders.
Supply chain issues and a strike are bogging down Boeing's ability to deliver planes.
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Companies' costs are up, but for many, so are profits

Feb 3, 2022
That’s because for certain things …customers are just willing to pay more.
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Jobs abundant, workers remain in high demand

Jan 7, 2022
The December Jobs Report will be closely watched for signs that employers added more jobs at the end of 2021.
A "Now Hiring" sign hangs near the entrance to a Winn-Dixie Supermarket in Hallandale, Florida. The need for workers has remained a sign of consistency in the labor market.
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The future of agriculture may rest with the American consumer

Apr 10, 2020
Many farmers are facing reduced demand for their products as well as falling prices.
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Making sense of Monday's market sell-off

Mar 10, 2020
If the S&P 500 falls an additional 1.4%, the bull market run will have officially ended.
Traders work on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange on March 9, 2020 in New York City.
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Inside the booming black market for bourbon

Jun 14, 2017
High demand and short supply mean some labels are all but unavailable in stores.
During the early 1920s, Old Pogue Distillery, (Mason County, Kentucky) sold limited quantities of its whiskey for medicinal purposes under the Old Jordan brand.
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Deals and pent-up demand fuel auto sales

Dec 2, 2014
Auto sales rack up their strongest November in a decade, thanks in part to a strong lineup of cars by the Big Three.

Chinese demand for cotton could hit global prices

Apr 30, 2012
According to the Wall Street Journal, cotton has become part of the fabric of life in China -- the country has bought over a million tons of the fluffy white stuff in the last seven months.