'You Have To Be In It For The Long Haul,' Says Job Search Expert On Finding Work During Economic CrisisThe job market isn't hopeless, and the job seeker isn't helpless... experts give advice on how to find a job during this economic downturn.
If You're Firing Up The Grill This Father's Day, Avoid These Recalled Meats And VeggiesFrom meats to vegetables, US health officials are warning people to avoid some foods for various reasons, including E. coli and lack of inspection.
Target Raises Starting Hourly Pay To $15Target announced Wednesday it is permanently increasing starting hourly wages for its employees to $15 beginning July 5.
Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody Warns College Students Of Work-From-Home Employment ScamAttention, college students! A consumer alert warning has been issued regarding an emerging work-from-home employment scam.
Florida Gas Prices Top $2 But Level OffAverage gasoline prices in Florida have topped $2 a gallon for the first time since March, but fears about another surge in COVID-19 cases could head off continued price increases.
Company Recalls Nearly 43K Pounds Of Ground Beef Over E. Coli ConcernsNearly 43,000 pounds of ground beef products have been recalled by a New Jersey company over E. coli concerns.
'Expectations Of Safety' Are Greatest Obstacles In Economy's Road To Recovery, Prof SaysWith so much uncertainty in the world, economic recovery will be a long, slow process.
Nintendo Reveals 300,000 Accounts Have Been HackedNintendo has revealed that a total of 300-thousand accounts have been hacked.
Amazon To Open Brick-And-Mortar Store In Miami BeachAn Amazon store is coming to South Florida.
Con Artists Keep Trying To Capitalize On Fears Surrounding COVID-19Three months ago, the coronavirus outbreak was declared a pandemic and since then, con artists have tried to capitalize on fears surrounding COVID-19. The Federal Trade Commission has received around 67,000 complaints involving COVID-related fraud with people losing more than $48 million.
Regulators Reject Effort Aimed At Forcing FPL To Reduce Basic Electric RatesIn an issue that stems from federal tax cuts approved in 2017, state regulators on Tuesday rejected an effort aimed at forcing Florida Power & Light to reduce base electric rates.