Whether North Carolina's economy is in a recession - along with the rest of the United States - remains a matter of debate. But recent statistics show that the no matter how one defines recession the state's economic engine is slowing down.
Earlier this month, Donald Trump tried to revive his legal challenge against Twitter for suspending his account after the January 6 Capitol riots.
On the occasion of Lebanon’s 79th Independence Day, the U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken extended his “sincerest wishes to the people of Lebanon on their Independence Day.” “The Lebanese people are renowned for their rich and dynamic culture, and we recognize the resilience they have exhibited the past 79 years in confronting a series of critical challenges,” Blinken said in a statement. The statement added that the United States will continue to stand with the Lebanese people “in our […]...
Şerife Sulukan, 45, a paralyzed female inmate who underwent major heart surgery in September, was issued a medical report by Turkey’s Council of Forensic Medicine (ATK) saying she is fit to remain in prison, Bold Medya reported. Despite the fact that the ATK report underlines Sulukan suffers from epilepsy, heart disease and hemiplegia (muscle weakness), […]
The writer previously had a tiff with the billionaire over his verification plans for Twitter, saying he would leave the platform if he had to pay.
With the cost of living crisis forcing consumers to cut back on spending, supply chain issues and record interest rates, businesses are struggling to operate
Twitter previously employed at least four people on its child safety team in APAC, Wired found on LinkedIn.
11/11/2022 08:31 Package MACRO-GB-GDP The contraction of the British economy is at the beginning of a long recession source: Reuters Dimensions: 5264 x 3431- Size: 2.9 MB- Source: Reuters View
German business confidence improved in November, a key survey said Thursday, as hopes grow that a looming recession in Europe’s top economy will be less severe than feared. The Ifo institute’s monthly confidence barometer, based on a survey of about 9,000 companies, reached 86.3 points, rising for a second month after a revised 84.5 points […]
New Jersey’s business execs are worried about unrelieved tax burdens, hiring and holding onto skilled labor and maintaining strong sales growth
"Hungarian citizens can say that they agree with what is happening in the European Union regarding energy sanctions, but they can also indicate that they agree with the government's point of view," said Zoltán Kovács.