Is money tight right now? Here's why checking for unclaimed property could bring a surprise

Fox Business Flash top headlines for November 27 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. If you’re like most Americans, the coronavirus pandemic has put an enormous strain on your personal finances. Continue Reading Below The Labor Department reports that 12.6 million Americans are currently collecting unemployment, a roughly 640% increase from 2019 of […]

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LA County Board of Supervisors chair slams outdoor dining ban as government overreach

The Grove owner: LA outdoor-dining ban won’t curb coronavirus Los Angeles Grove Shopping Center owner Rick Caruso argues the outdoor-dining ban in L.A., which goes into effect Wednesday night, will be devastating to restaurants and workers. As an outdoor dining ban from the Los Angeles County Department of Public Health took effect Wednesday evening, Board of Supervisors Chair Kathryn Barger accused […]

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AOC insists Biden can use executive order to cancel student loan debt

How would Biden’s student loan forgiveness plan impact the economy? The Daily Wire managing editor Cabot Phillips weighs in on ‘Varney & Co.’ Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., said progressives need to pressure President-elect Joe Biden to bypass Congress and cancel billions of dollars in student loan debt when he assumes the White House early next year. Continue Reading Below Asked on Instagram whether student loan forgiveness is a "pipe dream," Ocasio-Cortez […]

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German Business Confidence Falls Amid Renewed Covid-19 Restrictions

German business sentiment deteriorated in November as companies were more pessimistic about future amid the second wave of coronavirus infections interrupting the economic recovery, survey results released by the Munich-based ifo Institute showed on Tuesday. The business climate index fell to 90.7 in November from revised 92.5 in the previous month. The reading was forecast to ease to 90.1 from […]

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Japan committed ‘abuse’ by keeping Carlos Ghosn in jail, UN panel says

A United Nations human rights panel says Japan committed an “extrajudicial abuse of process” by arresting ex-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn multiple times to keep him in jail for months. The UN Human Rights Council’s Working Group on Arbitrary Detention issued the finding in a 17-page report accusing Japanese authorities of violating the fugitive auto honcho’s rights when they charged him […]

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Coronavirus spurred companies to hoard cash. Now they are starting to dole it out.

Fox Business Flash top headlines for November 20 Fox Business Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. After scrambling to hoard cash in the spring, some large U.S. companies that halted their dividend payments are reversing their decision, a sign that their leaders believe the worst of the crisis is behind them. Continue Reading Below Earlier […]

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