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Food Prices Increasing As Companies Face Supply And Labor Shortages

Food Prices Increasing As Companies Face Supply And Labor Shortages

Harry Wilmerding Food prices have surged as companies battle increasing costs, labor shortages and supply chain problems, The Wall Street Journal reported. Food companies are struggling to find trucks and staff processing lines as costs for necessary products surge, The Wall Street Journal reported. U.S. food companies have experienced growing supply chain problems as consumers spend more on […]

Six Evergrande Execs Face ‘Severe Punishment’ Over Early Redemptions For Themselves

Six Evergrande Execs Face ‘Severe Punishment’ Over Early Redemptions For Themselves

BY Tyler Durden | ZeroHedge Six senior Evergrande executives are facing “severe punishment” for securing early redemptions for themselves on investment products which the imploding Chinese real estate giant told retail investors they couldn’t repay on time. According to the Financial Times, over 40 group executives had personally invested in its investment products – with six of them securing early […]

Tips on How to Become a Top Fleet Manager

Tips on How to Become a Top Fleet Manager

Column By Drew Allen While it is never easy being a fleet manager, there are certain behaviors and attitudes that you can adopt to become the best in what you do. If you want to excel as a fleet manager, here are some tips to do just that. Corporate Understanding The first thing you will […]

Report: Green New Deal Could Cost Every US Household $65,000 A Year

Report: Green New Deal Could Cost Every US Household $65,000 A Year

By MICHAEL BASTASCH | Energy Editor . The Green New Deal could cost up to $93 trillion over a decade, according to a new report by the right-leaning American Action Forum (AAF). That comes to an estimated cost of $36,100 to $65,300 per American household per year to meet the Green New Deal’s goals, AAF reported Monday. […]

ALERT: How to Opt Out of the “Clean Power Alliance” Which Will Otherwise be Forced Upon You Shortly

ALERT: How to Opt Out of the “Clean Power Alliance” Which Will Otherwise be Forced Upon You Shortly

  By George Miller   Californians: chances are your electric bill will go up- way up- in the future, not just because fuel prices, regulatory and other costs are going up, but because government has enacted still another program. What Is It? I had heard of the Clean Power Alliance (CPA) a while back. Authorized under […]

Eat Up! The Average Thanksgiving Dinner Costs a Little Less This Year

Eat Up! The Average Thanksgiving Dinner Costs a Little Less This Year

Hanna Bogorowski | Reporter . The American Farm Bureau Federation’s annual survey on the price of traditional Thanksgiving foods revealed a drop in the average price of dinner for families. “Since 2015, the average cost of Thanksgiving dinner has declined steadily and is now at the lowest level since 2010,” AFBF Chief Economist Dr. John Newton […]

Oxnard Measure M Wastewater Trial Fails to Finish on Schedule- next hearing 2-23-18

Oxnard Measure M Wastewater Trial Fails to Finish on Schedule- next hearing 2-23-18

By George Miller Friday, January 5, 2018 was supposed to be the last day of the City of Oxnard vs. Aaron Starr civil lawsuit challenging the legality of the Measure M voter initiative rescinding the 2016 88% wastewater rate increase. This has dragged on for a year. Judge Rocky Baio slapped an injunction on Measure […]

Ventura: The Average Cost of Water

Ventura: The Average Cost of Water

By Dan Cormode Certain responses from Ventura Water Staff to a request for public information cause one to question the quality and veracity of the results of the 2018 Ventura Water Rate Study for the Water and Wastewater Enterprise Funds currently under preparation by Ventura Water.  Ventura Water was requested to identify the estimated current […]

Extra electricity, but no price relief

Extra electricity, but no price relief

By James Poulos Fueled by a dated system that does not always respond to market incentives or pressure, costs and surpluses of energy have both grown in California, raising pointed questions about what residents should expect from rates and regulations alike. “California has a big — and growing — glut of power,” as the Los Angeles Times announced […]

Ventura needs to hire Sheriff’s Department

Ventura needs to hire Sheriff’s Department

By Paul White   It’s time for Ventura Police Department officers to change uniforms. It’s time for Ventura residents to get effective, economical law enforcement leadership. It’s time for Ventura’s City Council to contract with the Ventura County Sheriff’s Department to police Ventura. This should not be a personal issue, because punishment and prevention of criminal […]

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