Business: Jobs Involving Oregon’s Non-Resident Workers | News

Oregon’s open beaches, rugged mountains, and vine-filled hillsides make it a popular destination for visitors. But Oregon has something else that’s attracting nearly 125,000 out-of-state residents in 2019 — jobs. About 7% of people who live in Oregon make their home in another state. Metro Creative Connection About 7% of people who live in Oregon … Read more

I’m Retiring, What Should I Do With My 401(k)? You have 4 choices, but 3 are good.

There are many decisions to make when you retire, and one of the biggest is what to do with your workplace retirement savings. Regardless of how much money you have or how you intend to invest it, you must first choose where your nest egg will live. You have four main options. Stay in your … Read more

2 ways to protect your life insurance against inflation

Don’t put this off for too long. Key points Inflation increases the cost of everything, which can reduce the value of a life insurance policy’s death benefit. Many insurers offer inflation riders to combat this. It is a good idea for all policyholders to periodically review their life insurance coverage to ensure they are still … Read more

Christoph Waltz means business in the horror comedy The Consultant

Executive producer and star Christoph Waltz attends the Red Carpet Special Screening for New Films. … [+] “The Counselor” Prime Video Series on February 13, 2023 at the Culver Theater in Culver City, CA. Getty Images for Prime Video Horror comedy at work ConsultantChristoph Waltz appears ghostly as Regus Patoff, a mysterious figure who arrives … Read more

Senators are passing a bill with far-reaching implications for public employee insurance

Senators have passed a bill that includes significant changes to the State Employees Insurance Agency. The Senate vote on Saturday afternoon was 29-4. Senate Bill 268 makes several changes to PEIA, out of concern that the agency is facing increasing financial stress. Robert Plymale “It’s a great bill in my estimation because you’re saving PEIA,” … Read more

Mass Tech Layoffs Caused by ‘Social Contagion’

Industries such as technology, media and finance have cut thousands of jobs in the past few months. Companies cited the economic downturn and reduced demand for job cuts. Stanford professor Jeffrey Pfeffer says there’s a simpler reason: Companies blindly copy each other. Loading Something is loading. Thank you for signing up! Access your favorite topics … Read more

Former Oklahoma Teacher Speaks Out About Book Bans

An Oklahoma teacher has received death threats after helping students obtain banned books. Summer Boismier left her teaching job and now works at the Brooklyn Public Library. The threats still worry her, but she’s more concerned about teenagers and children losing access to books. Loading Something is loading. Thank you for signing up! Access your … Read more

Virtus ETF Advisers LLC makes new investment in onsemi (NASDAQ: ON)

Virtus ETF Advisers LLC purchased a new stake in onsemi (NASDAQ:ON – Buy Rating) in the 3rd quarter, according to its most recent filing with the Securities & Exchange Commission. The institutional investor purchased 11,108 shares of the semiconductor company’s stock, valued at approximately $692,000. → How the Ultra Rich Pick Their Stocks (from Vantage … Read more

Tudor Investment Corp Et Al Raises Stake In BankUnited, Inc. (NYSE:BKU)

Tudor Investment Corp Et Al lifted its position in BankUnited, Inc. (NYSE:BKU – Buy Rating) by 657.5% during the third quarter. The fund owned 194,749 shares of the financial services provider’s stock after buying an additional 169,039 shares during the period. Tudor Investment Corp Et Al owned about 0.25% of BankUnited worth $6,655,000 as of … Read more

As new data shows, inflation rose in January, what consumers can expect

Shoppers look at items on display at a grocery store on February 15, 2023 in Washington, D.C. Stephanie Reynolds | AFP | Getty Images Wall Street was rocked by a new reading from the US government on Friday that showed persistently high inflation. Consumers can expect higher-than-average inflation through 2023. “If the Fed does what … Read more