A rural family physician discusses shortages of medications, hospital staff and beds for COVID-19 patients.
Manufacturers and retailers change packaging and use displays and discounts to distract from higher costs.
Coffee commodity prices are hitting their highest levels in years. Will consumers keep paying more?
Demand for instruments hasn't slowed down during the pandemic, and the reopening of venues means even more business.
A surge in demand, plus fewer rental cars, plus a chip shortage (and therefore fewer new cars) equals higher prices for travelers.
There's a limit on how much retailers can raise prices. At some point customers may just walk away.
Demand for new U.S. homes is at a record high, and existing homes are old and need repairs.
Demand for manufactured goods is booming, and the supply chain for raw materials is struggling to meet it.
With COVID and trade barriers limiting supply, her inventory is worth more but replacing it isn't simple.