A pandemic would cost $4.8% of GDP today. That's $3 trillion.
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From the very outset, a critical component of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe’s much-vaunted Abenomics agenda has been wage increases that would in turn lead to greater consumption by the population and give the overall economy a significant boost. Given Japan’s shrinking population and, hence, contracting pool of workers, it was…
Cellphone service, including the ability to call 911 from a mobile phone, in some rural areas of Vermont may soon be lost.
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Congress paved the way for a resumption of public health research into gun violence by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, one of several measures inserted in a broad spending bill that will address the Parkland shooting.
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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell showed he will be guided by the U.S. economy’s performance rather than the theories and models relied upon by his predecessors to set monetary policy for the past three decades.
Meredith Corp., which bought Time Inc. and its stable of magazines in January, plans to sell the flagship publication Time, as well as Sports Illustrated, Fortune and the Money brand, after completing a review of the $1.8-billion deal. It also intends to cut about 1,000 jobs in the next 10 months.