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Bud Light boycott still hammers local distributors one year later: ‘Very upsetting’

The Bud Light logo is seen on a truck semitrailer, Oct. 21, 2022, in Maryland. — Jakub Porzycki/NurPhoto via Getty Images (NEW YORK) — When conservative activists set aflame boxes of Bud Light and urged a boycott in response to an endorsement from a trans influencer last spring, they sent sales of the beer plummeting in a rare success in …

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Fed holds interest rates steady at 23-year high

Justin Sullivan/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The Federal Reserve decided to hold its benchmark interest rate steady on Wednesday, prolonging an aggressive fight against inflation despite fresh data hours earlier that showed a slight cooldown of price increases. At seven consecutive meetings spanning nearly a year, the Fed has opted to hold rates steady in response to elevated inflation and robust …

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Inflation expected to have held steady in May

Javier Ghersi/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The release of inflation data on Wednesday will reveal the latest movement for consumer prices, which continue to strain households and top surveys of voter priorities less than five months before the November election. The data will arrive hours before the Federal Reserve announces a decision about whether to move its benchmark interest rate. Economists …

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Fed expected to hold rates steady in fight against stubborn inflation

Bloomberg Creative/Getty Images (WASHINGTON) — The Federal Reserve on Wednesday will announce its latest decision on interest rates, just hours after fresh inflation data is set to reveal the status of the central bank’s fight to slow price increases. At six consecutive meetings spanning nearly a year, the Fed has opted to hold rates steady in response to elevated inflation …

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Governor DeWine, Lt. Governor Husted Announce In-Demand Jobs Week 2024

(COLUMBUS, Ohio)—Ohio Governor Mike DeWine and Lt. Governor Jon Husted, Director of the Governor’s Office of Workforce Transformation, today announced that the seventh annual In-Demand Jobs Week will take place May 6 to May 10, the first full work week of May. In-Demand Jobs Week celebrates the many top jobs, industries, and skills across Ohio.   “Whether you are completing a certification, learning …

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AG Dave Yost Targets Deceitful Home-Improvement Contractors

Reinforcing his pledge to hold unscrupulous business owners accountable, Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost filed six consumer-protection lawsuits in five counties against businesses accused of ripping off Ohioans who wanted to make home improvements. The legal actions coincide with National Consumer Protection Week – being observed March 3-9 this year — a nationwide initiative to arm consumers with information about …

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Husted Announces Ohio Career Navigator

Ohio Lt. Governor Jon Husted today announced the launch of the Ohio Career Navigator, a new tool on OhioMeansJobs.com designed as a one-stop-shop for Ohioans to find resources that will help them obtain in-demand skills, advance their education, and achieve their career goals. The career navigator brings resources from across multiple state agencies into one place, making the process of finding relevant …

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