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Haley Messenger

Haley Messenger is an associate producer at NBC News covering business, technology and media. 

Haley Messenger is an associate producer at NBC News covering business, technology and media. 

Latest from Haley Messenger

87d ago

Will tapping the Strategic Petroleum Reserve lead to lower gas prices?

President Biden will release about 1 million barrels of oil a day onto the market. Here’s what it means for consumers.

Which companies have stopped doing business with Russia?

Since Russia went to war with Ukraine, more than 100 companies across nearly every industry have severed their business relationships with the country or
116d ago

MLB stadium workers react to delayed season as player lockout drags on

The first two series of this year’s Major League Baseball season were canceled Tuesday after MLB and the players union failed to strike up a new labor deal to
136d ago

Inflation rate rose 7.5 percent over previous January as price hikes persist

High prices continue to hit American shoppers as inflation rose faster than expected to 7.5 percent for the month of January over the previous year, exceeding

From Amex to Walmart, here are the companies mandating the Covid vaccines for employees

As the highly contagious delta variant of the coronavirus struck communities nationwide last summer and fall, many companies stepped up their vaccination
202d ago

Small businesses regain some lost ground as shoppers yearn for 'somewhere a little bit different'

This time last year, Cyndi Ziegler and her husband, Larry, co-owners of the High Country Candles store in Blowing Rock, North Carolina, were “doing almost
208d ago

Omicron and inflation didn’t stop shoppers on Black Friday, Cyber Monday

Holiday shoppers streamed back into stores over Black Friday weekend in a sign that consumers are eager to return to in-person shopping — despite higher prices,
220d ago

Working from home? You could get paid $10,000 to do that from Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Tawny Ann De La Peña, 32, has navigated the last decade of her life at a nonstop, big-city pace.
223d ago

From McDonald's to Goldman Sachs, here are the companies mandating vaccines for all or some employees

A nationwide spike in coronavirus cases is pushing companies to implement vaccine policies for some workers.
255d ago

Higher home heating costs could burn a hole in your wallet this winter

“Are we going to be able to pay this and afford this? How high is it going to go?” one homeowner said.
276d ago

From Christmas trees to kids' lunches, product shortages continue to hamper shoppers

Costco has even reinstated purchase limits on toilet paper, paper towels and bottled water.