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Rhode Island Hires Regional Economic Models to Figure Out Economic Impacts of Proposed Truck Toll

Rhode Island Hires Regional Economic Models to Figure Out Economic Impacts of Pr

The state of Rhode Island has hired an economic forecasting firm Regional Economic Models to find out the implications of the toll charge proposals for commercial trucks by Governor Gina Raimondo. The study will find out the different ways in which the toll charges could affect the state's economy.

Lawsuit by Uber Drivers Granted Class Action Status by Federal Judge

Lawsuit by Uber Drivers Granted Class Action Status by Federal Judge

More and more Americans have been opting for flexible work arrangements which allow them to select their own work schedules and permit to work on multiple part-time assignments. Even app based businesses working on a new model with independent contractors for various jobs like cleaning, driving, food services have gained a market share in recent times.

August Car and Truck Sales Peak in the U.S

August Car and Truck Sales Peak in the U.S

Even a wobbly stock market could not dampen the spirit of the car and truck buyers in the US. August noted the fastest pace of vehicle sales in the last ten years. The reason behind the sale is attributed to low fuel prices, finance incentives and an optimism outlook of the economy.

Starting October 6, McDonald’s will Start Rolling Out All-Day Breakfast in the US

Starting October 6, McDonald’s will Start Rolling Out All-Day Breakfast in the U

McDonald's under the new leadership of CEO Easterbrook has been making some changes to gain its market share, which the fast food chain has been losing fast. The latest move includes the roll out of all day breakfast from October 6 that's planned all over the nation.

Blue Bell Returned to Central Texas and Houston on Monday

Blue Bell Returned to Central Texas and Houston on Monday

Blue Bell is back in Central Texas and Houston and eager residents filled their shopping carts with their favorite flavours.

One of the Texas residents, Hernandez rushed to the local grocery store on Monday morning to get the share of the much admired Blue Bell ice-cream which filled the shelves after four months.

China PMI Slips to Three Year Low Pushing Gold Higher

China PMI Slips to Three Year Low Pushing Gold Higher

One of the key China factory gauge contracted at its fastest pace in three years which introduced fresh worries in the market. The slowing manufacturing activity in the world's second largest economy is working better for the precious metals like gold. Gold noted its highest monthly gain since the beginning of the year as investors look for safer investments options.

Investors Retreat from Earlier Gains Pushing Oil Prices Down by Three Percent

Investors Retreat from Earlier Gains Pushing Oil Prices Down by Three Percent

On Tuesday, once again the oil prices dropped almost three percent in Asian trade as investors took profits from short positions as Brent and U.S. crude oil increased eight percent or more during the earlier session.

Weak China PMI Raise fears, Asian Shares Slip Again

Weak China PMI Raise fears, Asian Shares Slip Again

Fresh fears gripped the Asian market as some surveys showed that the economic health of China is not showing signals of recovery.

Springdale, the Small Utah town Finally Repeals Chain Restaurant Ban After a Decade

Springdale, the Small Utah town Finally Repeals Chain Restaurant Ban After a Dec

Chain restaurants might just become common in Springdale, which is a small town outside Zion National Park, Utah. For long the town defended its unique restaurants by banning ‘formula’ restaurants, but that will not be the case anymore.

Oshkosh Corporation Won a $30billion Contract for Replacing Humvee Units of the US Army

Oshkosh Corporation Won a $30billion Contract for Replacing Humvee Units of the

Oshkosh Corporation, the Oshkosh, Wisconsin based American industrial company which builds military vehicles, truck bodies along with access equipment won a $30 billion contract which will completely replace the Humvee units of the US Army.

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Rhode Island Hires Regional Economic Models to Figure Out Economic Impacts of Pr
August Car and Truck Sales Peak in the U.S
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Blue Bell Returned to Central Texas and Houston on Monday
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