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Rob Wile

Rob Wile is a breaking business news reporter for NBC News Digital.

Rob Wile is a breaking business news reporter for NBC News Digital.

Latest from Rob Wile

8h ago

U.S. housing affordability falls to a 3-decade low, but there is a silver lining

Housing affordability in the U.S. has fallen to its lowest level since 1989, as both mortgage rates and home prices have surged, while income growth crawls at
1d ago

Social Security recipients are set to receive a major increase in monthly benefits

Social Security recipients struggling with higher inflation are likely to get a major boost in their monthly benefits starting next year.
2d ago

Social Security recipients are set to receive a major increase in monthly benefits

Social Security recipients struggling with higher inflation are likely to get a major boost in their monthly benefits starting next year.

Domino's is reportedly ending pizza sales in Italy

The birthplace of pizza has vanquished America’s largest chain of pies.
3d ago

Consumer prices rose by 8.5% year over year in July as the summer of inflation wears on

Inflation reached 8.5% in July, compared with a 40-year high of 9.1% in June, providing a measure of relief to consumers as gas prices drop.

Online supporters of Trump grow louder, but the scene outside Mar-a-Lago is a different story

The online response to the FBI's search of former President Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago property has been swift and ominous, with predictions of a resurgence
4d ago

VWs, Audis recalled over exploding airbag risk

Volkswagen Group of America is recalling about 1,200 of its 2016 model-year vehicles over concerns about a defective airbag part that could cause the airbag

Elon Musk alleges fraud in countersuit. Twitter says he was not 'hoodwinked' into merger.

Attorneys for Elon Musk are claiming in a recent filing that Twitter misrepresented information about the company and its "key metrics," and distorted its
8d ago

The economy just added 528,000 new jobs. Why does it still feel so messed up?

The U.S. economy added 528,000 jobs last month and the unemployment rate fell to 3.5%, tying the pre-pandemic low, the Bureau of Labor Statistics said Friday.
9d ago

Craft breweries are facing tough decisions amid a nationwide carbon dioxide shortage

Craft breweries across America have been on the front lines of businesses facing higher material costs because of inflation.
9d ago

Class-action suit filed against Equifax after millions of scores were affected by glitch

Equifax is facing a class-action lawsuit following a report that millions of credit scores had been incorrectly reported due to a technical glitch.