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Stress from cost-of-living crisis hurts worker performance, survey finds

In the UK, workers are so worried about the cost of living crisis that it is affecting their performance at work, with two-thirds of managers reporting issues such as rising absenteeism and lack of engagement among stressed staff. In a Chartered Management Institute (CMI) survey of more than 1,000 managers and team leaders, 71% said …

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Stress from cost-of-living crisis hurts worker performance, survey finds

In the UK, workers are so worried about the cost of living crisis that it is affecting their performance at work, with two-thirds of managers reporting issues such as rising absenteeism and lack of engagement among stressed staff. In a Chartered Management Institute (CMI) survey of more than 1,000 managers and team leaders, 71% said …

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More than 250,000 homebuyers in 2022 are underwater on mortgages, study finds

More than 250,000 homebuyers in 2022 are underwater on mortgages, study finds

(NewsNation) – More than 250,000 borrowers who bought homes this year now owe more than their home is worth today, according to a new analysis. The reportby mortgage data firm Black Knight, also found that another million people who bought homes in the first nine months of the year have “limited equity”, owning less than …

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Cuba's informal market finds new space on growing internet

Cuba’s informal market finds new space on growing internet

By MEGAN JANETSKY, Associated press HAVANA — In the Telegram group chat, messages roll in like waves. “I need liquid ibuprofen and acetaminophen please,” one user wrote. “It’s urgent, it’s for my 10 month old baby.” Others offer medicine brought from outside Cuba, adding: “Write me in a direct message. Emoji’s spotted lists feature antibiotics, …

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Oil companies have internally rejected swift climate action, House panel finds

Some of the world’s biggest oil and gas companies have internally dismissed the need to quickly switch to renewables and cut global warming emissions, despite coming forward publicly as concerned about the climate crisis, a researcher has found. committee of the United States House of Representatives. Documents obtained from companies such as Exxon, Shell, BP …

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Oil companies have internally rejected swift climate action, House panel finds

Some of the world’s biggest oil and gas companies have internally dismissed the need to quickly switch to renewables and cut global warming emissions, despite coming forward publicly as concerned about the climate crisis, a researcher has found. committee of the United States House of Representatives. Documents obtained from companies such as Exxon, Shell, BP …

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Ceridian Study Finds North Americans' Financial Stress Highest Since 2008

Ceridian Study Finds North Americans’ Financial Stress Highest Since 2008

TORONTO and MINNEAPOLIS, Dec. 09 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ceridian (NYSE: CDAY; TSX: CDAY), a global leader in human capital management (HCM) technology, today announced the results of a study revealing that 61% of employees North Americans are more stressed about their finances today than they were a year ago – and are experiencing …

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Wealthy Chinese keep spending while others cut spending, survey finds

Wealthy Chinese keep spending while others cut spending, survey finds

Pictured is a science fiction-themed installation at Maison Hermes in Shanghai, China, November 28, 2022. Edition of the future | Edition of the future | Getty Images BEIJING — Wealthier Chinese were more likely to spend this year, while poorer people cut spending even more, McKinsey and Company found in a survey released Thursday. The …

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Darknet Markets Generate Millions in Revenue Selling Stolen Personal Data, Supply Chain Study Finds

Darknet Markets Generate Millions in Revenue Selling Stolen Personal Data, Supply Chain Study Finds

by Christian Jordan Howell, University of South Florida and David Maimon, Georgia State University [This article first appeared in The Conversation, republished with permission] It’s common to hear news stories about big data breaches, but what happens once your personal data is stolen? Our research shows that, like most legal goods, stolen data products move …

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Chinese solar makers evaded US tariffs, investigation finds

Chinese solar makers evaded US tariffs, investigation finds

WASHINGTON — U.S. officials have determined that four of the eight major Chinese solar companies investigated in recent months attempted to evade tariffs by shipping products to the United States via countries in Asia. Southeast, in a trade case that pitted clean energy proponents against domestic solar panel makers. . The decision applies to the …

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