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Daily RedAlert - 1/12/23

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Inflation eases in December to 6.5%, but prices remain stubbornly high - Fox Business


“The Labor Department said Thursday that the consumer price index, a broad measure of the price for everyday goods including gasoline, groceries and rents, fell 0.1% in December from the previous month. Prices climbed 6.5% on an annual basis.”


Core Services Inflation Rises to Worst in Over 40 Years - Breitbart


“The Consumer Price Index for services less energy services jumped 0.6 percent in December, an acceleration compared with the 0.4 percent rise in November. Compared with a year ago, this metric is up seven percent, the highest rate since August of 1982.”


41% Of Companies Plan To Increase Their Hiring Work Tech Spend 47% in 2023 - PR NewsWire


“The report, surveying over 1,000 global HR and talent acquisition leaders in the United States and Europe, found that companies plan to increase Hiring Work Tech budgets by about 47%, with 94% expecting to increase headcounts significantly.”


Minnesota Poised To Ban Christians, Muslims, And Jews From Teaching In Public Schools - The Federalist


“New licensing rules in Minnesota that require teachers to ‘affirm’ students’ transgender identities will meet immediate court challenges from civil liberties advocates.”


Why I left the FBI - Fox News


“For many agents nationwide, it was upsetting to see the lack of judgment by the kneelers, much less their apparent political statements while on the job. And the fact that they were treated like heroes by some FBI managers was appalling.”


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What December's CPI Means for Employers - RedBalloon


“CEO Andrew Crapuchettes offers analyses on the labor market in light of this morning's Consumer Price Index.”


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