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Workers aren’t the only thing restaurants are finding themselves short on

It isn’t just groceries store items or gas stations feeling the shortage of goods and supplies, it’s restaurants. First, they struggled to keep employees. Now, they struggle to keep basic products on hand and a full menu available to customers. Many restaurants ... MORE
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Stop buying expensive toner cartridges

Laser machines are ideal for printing tasks that involve high resolution and fine details, but the cost of consumable supplies is a major drawback. Customers are lured in by great deals on the equipment — a low-end model may cost just $200 ... MORE
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10 best proxy server services (free & paid) in 2021/2022

Your online activities are not saved on your computer when utilizing a proxy server; instead, they are sent to the proxy server. It improves the security and anonymity of your web browsing. However, because the server does keep a record of your ... MORE
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Plans to monitor $600 bank accounts will target small businesses, not wealthy Americans, like the Biden administration claims

The goal of monitoring bank accounts for over $600 dollars in activity is to try to catch the wealthy not paying their fair share in taxes, but experts say that isn’t what will happen. The proposal, if passed, would require banks to ... MORE
Business, IRS, News, Tax Return
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What determines the value of a Bitcoin? Find out!

In the digital age, the ideal fresh new money should have at least three qualities, and preferably all three: It should be independent of any ministry’s influence to be controlled or produced at a whim (and therefore devalued). Because no one can ... MORE
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$20.7 million dollars will go toward airport improvements across New York State

$20.7 million dollars is being given to airports across the state to improve safety and bolster innovation, development, and sustainability. The goal is to make communities comparable economically to other states. New York State Transportation Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez is working to ... MORE
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Wegmans is expanding to its newest location and looking for employees

The newest Wegmans location in Washington D.C. is now hiring around 450 people. 150 will be full time positions. The store is 84,000 square feet and located in northwestern D.C. in the former Fannie Mae building. There are various full time positions ... MORE
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Small retailers struggle to stock their shelves in time for the holidays as inventory sits off the coast on cargo ships

The Biden administration is working with private sectors to help the supply chain issue, but small businesses are worried as the holiday season approaches. Small businesses have their inventory on backorder right now on the ships, and items that normally take two ... MORE
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Republicans in State Senate offer solutions to help staffing crisis in nursing homes and healthcare facilities

Nursing homes are struggling now more than ever to maintain their health care staff following the statewide COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Republicans in the Senate are proposing ways to help address the staffing crisis. This includes raising the wages as well as looking ... MORE
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Looking to purchase marijuana in New York? You may be able to get it as a gift by purchasing goods from some retailers

Marijuana sales aren’t yet legal in New York just yet, but businesses have found creative ways to get around that. Right now it’s legal for residents in New York State to carry 3 ounces of marijuana if they’re 21 or older. While ... MORE
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As workforce shortage continues, restaurant worker admit to worse customers and worse tips

More than half of restaurant workers and owners have admitted to the treatment they receive by customers as much worse since the pandemic began. 62% of workers say customers are more demanding, and 72% of operators say their behavior has been increasingly ... MORE
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Critics, supporters of Greenidge bitcoin operation duel at DEC hearing on bid to renew air permits

A decision to grant renewed air permits to the Greenidge Generation power plant in Dresden would “fly in the face of the mission statement” of the state Department of Environmental Conservation and the state’s 2019 climate law, winery owner Phil Davis said ... MORE
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Royal Car Wash locations in Canandaigua, Victor among those sold to GO Car Wash

Royal Car Wash has been sold. The chain of car washes, which features locations in the Rochester area, as well as Canandaigua and Victor, will come GO Car Wash locations in the near future. The Royal Car Wash brand has been owned ... MORE
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USPS is hiring for the holiday rush

Looking for a job for extra holiday gift money? USPS is hiring. The United States Postal Service is hiring for many different positions this season, especially as deliveries pick up for the busiest time of the year. “The Postal Service is preparing ... MORE
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Unemployment in the U.S. has dropped to the lowest point so far, but people aren’t looking for jobs

Unemployment is now the lowest it’s been since the pandemic started. The less people that apply for unemployment, the less lay offs there are. Hiring has slowed down and most businesses are still in need of employees. Many people are simply opting ... MORE
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Wholesale and retail prices see record highs as supply chain continues to have major issues

Inflation rose on the wholesale level 8.6% in September. This is the biggest 12 month jump since 2010. The previous record breaker was just before Sept. with August of 2021 at an 8.3% increase. At the retail level inflation is up 5.4% ... MORE
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After 4.3 million leave the workforce in August, thousands more go on strike demanding better conditions

Thousands of workers across the nation are ready to quit their jobs for better ones, and in August millions of people left the work force. Businesses and entire industries are struggling to keep employees at a time like this. 10,000 employees went ... MORE
Business, News, Unemployment
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Will Bitcoin, Dogecoin and Tesla rule 2022?

World is changing at a rapid pace and it is becoming more and more digital with each passing day. One of the major inventions of the digital world include the introduction of cryptocurrencies such as Bitcoin, Dogecoin, Ethereum etc. However, the history ... MORE
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