Florida has been the first home for each of Royal Caribbean’s Oasis-class vessels since Oasis of the Seas debuted in 2008, but was set to lose out to China for the fifth ship in the class, Wonder of the Seas. But the cruise line announced some changes that will bring the ship to the Sunshine State early next year.
Two federal lawmakers have requested that Amazon CEO Andy Jassy address concerns about the company’s role in pushing shoppers toward books and products that promote misinformation about the coronavirus.
The pandemic has forced many to reevaluate what they want out of life, and for some, that has meant leaving their jobs.
U.S. hiring downshifted abruptly in August with the smallest jobs gain in seven months, complicating a potential decision by the Federal Reserve to begin scaling back monetary support in the coming months.
After four years of laissez-faire treatment under the Trump administration, the nation’s top auto safety regulator is making it clear to Elon Musk and Tesla that there’s a new sheriff in town.
NEW YORK — Pop-up restaurants, many started as stopgap measures by struggling chefs and owners, may have staying power as consumers continue to embrace takeout and delivery and the delta variant threatens to make dining in less of an option.
WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve will start dialing back its ultra-low-rate policies this year as long as hiring continues to improve, Chair Jerome Powell said Friday, signaling the beginning of the end of the Fed’s extraordinary response to the pandemic recession.
DETROIT – General Motors on Friday issued a new recall that expands to all Chevrolet Bolt EVs and the new EUV for fire risk and will provide customers with an eight-year warranty on new battery modules for the affected cars.
COVID Pau Friday: Waimea Family Food Truck Friday presents special edition featuring prizes, vaccines
Waimea Family Food Truck Friday returned to Waimea this past weekend holding with COVID Pau Friday — a special edition event featuring gifts, food vouchers, and COVID-19 vaccines for anyone age 12 and older.
CASA GRANDE, Ariz. — A harvester rumbles through the fields in the early morning light, mowing down rows of corn and chopping up ears, husks and stalks into mulch for feed at a local dairy.
As travel bounces back from the pandemic, there’s a rift emerging in the airline industry over employee vaccination mandates.
WASHINGTON — Inflation at the wholesale level jumped a higher-than-expected 1% in July, matching the rise from the previous month, and dimming hopes that the upward trajectory of prices would begin to slow.
Hollywood is back in business.
U.S. employers added the most jobs in nearly a year and the unemployment rate declined faster than forecast, showing the labor market is making more robust gains toward a full recovery.
Hawaii workforce development nonprofit ClimbHI is recognizing three Hawaii businesses/organizations and three educators for their involvement with ClimbHI Bridge, a community initiative designed to provide workforce development opportunities to all public schools statewide.
Amazon continues to rake in cash during the pandemic.
WASHINGTON — Wages and salaries rose at a healthy pace in the three months ended in June as employers competed to find enough workers to fill millions of available jobs.
DES PERES, Mo. — A vegetable garden was first on Tom Millis’ to-do list when he bought his home in the St. Louis suburb of Des Peres a decade ago. Then he and his now-wife, Elsa Stuart, added native flowers to their 2-acre property.
Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell enjoys broad support for his renomination among top White House advisers, though the decision is expected later this year and hasn’t yet been put in front of President Joe Biden, according to people familiar with the matter.