The consumer giant joins a host of other companies, including Kimberly-Clark and Coca-Cola, that are raising prices to protect profit margins.
“I put my family first. I have to decline positions that would be perfect for me but have no stability in the schedule," one job hunter said.
In an "urgent warning" issued Saturday, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said the treadmill "poses serious risks to children for abrasions, fractures, and death."
Companies such as Hertz and Avis sold off thousands of their cars as business travel plunged. Now, automakers in a crunch of their own are in no hurry to replace them.
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Madeline is a mother of four, including a newborn. In her second marriage, she’s determined to become more financially independent and get her debts and savings in order as she heads back to work after maternity leave. Sponsored by Principal Financial Group.
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