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Union Pacific (UNP) Stock Sinks As Market Gains: What You Should Know

In the latest trading session, Union Pacific (UNP) closed at $211.88, marking a -0.26% move from the previous day. This change lagged the S&P 500’s 0.83% gain on the day. – Zacks Heading into today, shares of the railroad had lost 1.31% over the past month, outpacing the Transportation sector’s loss of 4.84% and the…

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Pacific Bells Partners With DailyPay To Improve Recruitment, Employee Retention in Challenging Labor Market

QSR Trailblazer Looks to Improve Employee Financial Wellness By Providing Team Members Choice and Control Over Their Earned Pay The post Pacific Bells Partners With DailyPay To Improve Recruitment, Employee Retention in Challenging Labor Market first appeared on RestaurantNews.com.

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Union Pacific Sees Stubborn Inflation, From Rails to Lawn Mowing

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Union Pacific (UNP) Dips More Than Broader Markets: What You Should Know

In the latest trading session, Union Pacific (UNP) closed at $214.91, marking a -1.2% move from the previous day. Grow Your Business, Not Your Inbox Stay informed and join our daily newsletter now! September 3, 2021 3 min read This story originally appeared on ZacksUnion Pacific (UNP) closed the most recent trading day at $214.91,…

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Pacific Northwest Heat Wave Killed More Than One Billion Sea Creatures

More than 1 billion sea creatures along the Vancouver coast were cooked to death during a record-breaking heat wave in the Pacific Northwest, according to preliminary data. The maritime massacre surprised even the experts. Christopher Harley, a professor at the University of British Columbia, said the death toll kept climbing as his team investigated area…

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Pacific Islands to seek debt relief as COVID-19 batters economies

By Colin Packham CANBERRA (Reuters) – Pacific Island countries will seek debt relief from their creditors as the spread of COVID-19 leaves some governments struggling to provide basic and essential services, Tuvalu’s Minister of Finance Seve Paeniu said on Thursday. Paeniu said the COVID-19 crisis has decimated the dominant tourism industries of some Pacific countries,…

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Pacific Northwest Sees Spike in Central Air Home Searches Amid Heat Wave

During a massive heat wave at the end of June, homebuyers in the Pacific Northwest flocked to homes with central air conditioning. At a time when buyers are willing to make nearly any concession to lock down a home, cooling proves to be one home feature that an increasing number of shoppers are not willing…

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Drought in Pacific Northwest adds fuel to out-of-control wildfires

July 12 (UPI) — Drought conditions persisted in the Pacific Northwest on Monday, where notoriously rainy Seattle approached four weeks without precipitation and large wildfires burned out of control across the region. The drought was already well-established two weeks ago when a deadly, record-breaking heat wave swept across the region and Canada’s British Columbia. Temperatures…

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Pacific Northwest heatwave “virtually impossible” without climate change

Furnace blast — Rapid analysis shows it would be hard to do this in a cooler world. Scott K. Johnson – Jul 7, 2021 10:00 pm UTC Enlarge / Temperatures compared to averages on June 27.The last week of June saw shocking temperatures in Oregon, Washington state, and British Columbia. Differentiating a forecast in Canada…

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Five ways the Pacific Northwest heatwave is breaking cities’ infrastructure

The heat dome that has sent temperatures soaring above 110°F (43°C) in parts of the western US and Canada over the past five days has taken a toll on the built environment. In a temperate climate that usually experiences summer highs around 70°F, the roads, water supply, and electricity grids of cities weren’t built to…