The labor market is showing more signs of loosening in a welcome sign to Federal Reserve officials who have raised interest rates at a breakneck pace this year in a bid to tame inflation.
A lawsuit claims that billionaire James Leprino, whose family controls the world’s largest mozzarella producer, didn’t give his brother’s daughters, Leprino Foods’ minority owners, the same chance to profit as he and his children had.
Fed officials try to damp expectations of rate cuts next year, OPEC cuts won’t be as big as they first appear, labor market shows signs of doing what the Fed wants, and other news to start your day.
LEBRON: "Kobe said, 'I'm running through Pau's f****g chest.' Man, you trippin. That's your teammate. You ain't about to do that." MELO: "He was like, 'No, he ain't my teammate right now. F**k him. Get up.'" #RedeemTeam @netflix
It’s 4 years tomorrow that Astronaut Jim Halsell killed Jayla and Niomi James in his 2nd DUI without conviction. His lawyers have pushed the trial repeatedly to minimize media attention, don’t let them. Their parents Parnell and Latrice deserve justice. #justiceforjaylaandniomi