The Fed’s fight against inflation could cost 1.2 million US jobs

However, the data does not taint the words. The Federal Reserve’s latest economic forecast was released on Wednesday In addition to the massive rise in interest rates by 75 basis points in a row for the third time in a rowIt turns out that the central bank expects the country’s unemployment rate to rise to … Read more

UK mini budget cuts taxes and borrows hard as recession hits

London CNN Business – a huge gamble by the UK government with the aim of saving Economy out of recession And promote long-term growth sent pound drop Friday. Announcing the biggest tax cuts in 50 years, Finance Minister Kwasi Quarting said at the same time as spending was boosted, the government needed a “new approach … Read more

How Meta and Google are using slack fears to clean the house

For nearly two decades, high-profile technology companies such as Google and Facebook (now Meta) have been known for their rapid hiring, luxury perksand corporate cultures galore. But now, with high inflation, the war in Ukraine, and other macroeconomic factors causing marketers to cut their advertising budgets, Big Tech’s work culture is changing. In recent months, … Read more

Larry Kudlow: People everywhere should fight for freedom

FOX Business host Larry Kudlow explains the negative impact of socialism on “Kudlow.” Earlier today, I hosted a Fox Nation special about the totalitarian dangers of socialism and why this system always fails and instead made the case for free market capitalism and free economy As the surest path to prosperity. Free market capitalism is … Read more

European companies are rethinking their plans for a “closed” China

BEIJING – European companies in China are reassessing their market plans after this year’s Covid controls further isolated the country from the rest of the world, said Jörg Woetke, president of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China. China’s strict policy on the Covid virus has imposed restrictions on international travel and business activity … Read more

The Atlantic launches its first TV and film projects on Peacock

Atlantic Ocean It is pushing aggressively towards film and television projects as part of its broader licensing revenue drive. why does it matter: CEO Nicholas Thompson said the company, which expects to lose nearly $10 million again this year, needs to build another source of income to continue its path toward profitability. He said, “One … Read more