I don’t think that businesses have the luxury to think of themselves as disassociated from the communities that we live in, from the economies that we’re a part of.
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“Somehow things are to the point where even though there’s that huge demand for relatively low-cost housing, the units aren’t getting produced.”
The housing rebound has been fueled by buyers whose wealth allowed them to win bidding wars often with a high down payment and a bid over asking price.
The scientific method is designed to be indifferent to morals or values, but “Indigenous knowledge puts them back in.”
As central banks dabble with digital currencies, commercial lenders are ramping up efforts to influence policy and technical plans, according to more than half a dozen industry executives and public filings.
A top policymaker at the Federal Reserve has said the fast-spreading delta COVID-19 variant poses a risk to the rebound in global growth, and said the central bank should be patient in supporting the US recovery.
News organizations are belatedly apologizing for racist journalism that alienated generations of African-Americans
33 percent rent increases and bidding wars on rentals are the new norm in some parts of America as reopening comes with big price hikes
The bank is shutting down all existing personal lines of credit in coming weeks and has stopped offering the product, according to customer letters reviewed by CNBC.
The big issues are technology, ultra-low rates, capital, and changing demographics.
In Alabama, Arkansas and Georgia, at least 1 in 4 tenants was behind on rent as of June 7.
Following President Joe Biden’s June 23 ouster of Mark Calabria, speculation has intensified about the administration’s pick to run the Federal Housing Finance Agency and therefore chart a new path for the mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac.
The city of Baltimore awarded more than 30 organizations with nearly $6 million in grant money to help in their efforts to revitalize overlooked neighborhoods throughout the city.
Schools, particularly at the kindergarten-to-12th-grade level, are responsible for helping turn students into well-informed and discerning citizens. At their best, our nation’s schools equip young minds to grapple with complexity and navigate our differences. At their worst, they resemble indoctrination factories.
The United States is a nation of immigrants.