Top related persons:
Top related locs:
Top related orgs:

Search resuls for: "Council"


25 mentions found


The pandemic signified a “historic backslide,” according to Dr. Katherine O’Brien, director of the Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biological at WHO. WHO and UNICEF’s 2023 immunization coverage report, released Sunday, is the world’s largest dataset on immunization trends for vaccinations against 14 diseases. It analyzed estimates from 185 countries and used a third dose of the diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (DTP3) vaccine — which is recommended for 1-year-olds — as the global marker for immunization coverage. The 2023 report also found HPV vaccine coverage in girls increased 7%, returning to near pre-pandemic levels. Analyzing immunization coverage in other areas of conflict is “a mixed picture,” O’Brien said.
Persons: Katherine O’Brien, , Ephrem, Lemango, ” Lemango, , ” O’Brien, Subaas Shrestha, WHO’s O’Brien, “ I’ll, Dr, Sanjay Gupta, Melinda Gates Organizations: CNN, World Health Organization, United Nations, Fund, Biological, WHO, UNICEF, US Centers for Disease Control, Vaccine, Global, Get CNN, CNN Health, Vaccine Alliance, Melinda Gates Foundation Locations: Bangladesh, Indonesia, Brazil, Nigeria, Africa, Kathmandu, Nepal, United States, Sudan, Yemen, Afghanistan, Ukraine, Gaza, Israel, IA2030
Crooks lived in the Pittsburgh suburb of Bethel Park, about an hour’s drive south of the Trump rally where law enforcement officials say he fired at the former president. Crooks graduated from Bethel Park High School in 2022, according to a local media report and a video of the school’s graduation ceremony. Law enforcement descended on Crooks’ family home on a quiet street in Bethel Park on Saturday night. Explosive material was found in his residence, as well as in his car, law enforcement officials familiar with the investigation told CNN. Bethel Park is a predominantly white suburb that is wealthier than the surrounding Pittsburgh metro area.
Persons: Thomas Matthew Crooks, Crooks, Donald Trump, , haven’t, Jason Kohler, Kohler, Sarah D’Angelo, , Trump, ” Crooks, , , Anna Moneymaker, Crooks ’, Matthew Crooks, Thomas Crooks, CNN Crooks, Marcie Grimm, ” Grimm, Dan Grzybek, Joe Biden, Grzybek, ” Grzybek, Andrew Bianco, you’d, ” Bianco, CNN’s Yahya Abou, Ghazala, Audrey Ash, Scott Glover, Allison Gordon, Holmes Lybrand, Sean Lyngaas Organizations: Bethel Park , Pennsylvania CNN, CNN, Republican, Democratic, Trump, Bethel Park High School, Secret, Commission, Progressive, Democrat, Secret Service, Bethel Park Skilled Nursing, Rehabilitation Center Locations: Bethel Park , Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh, Bethel Park, , Butler , Pennsylvania, Democratic, Allegheny County, Crooks ’, BlackRock, Bethel
“I totally transformed the federal judiciary,” Trump boasted at a summit hosted by the right-wing Moms for Liberty group last summer. “Many presidents never get the opportunity to appoint a Supreme Court justice. But as Trump drives toward a potential second term, one thing is clear: He’s just getting started. (Project 2025 is the policy playbook crafted by the conservative Heritage Foundation for a potential second Trump term.) That intent for vengeance could set the bar for nominations and administration lawyers alike in a second Trump term.
Persons: CNN —, Donald Trump, , ” Trump, Trump, ” Gregg Nunziata, Joe Biden, , Antonin Scalia, Samuel Alito, Clarence Thomas, It’s, Alito, Thomas aren’t, Skye Perryman, it’s, Trump’s, Neil Gorsuch, Brett Kavanaugh, Amy Coney Barrett –, “ Will, Hugh Hewitt, Mitch McConnell, I’ve, ” McConnell, Wade, Aileen Cannon –, ” Donald B, George H.W, George H.W . Bush, that’s, they’ve, Fox News ’ Sean Hannity, ” Will Chamberlain, Ron DeSantis, John Eastman, “ We’ve, ” Eastman Organizations: CNN, Liberty, Trump, Republican Party, Society, Federalist Society, Democracy, Heritage Foundation, Republican, EPA, Biden, Fox News, III, Florida Gov, Conservatism Conference Locations: , Los Angeles, kilter, Dallas, Trump’s, Florida, George H.W ., Washington
Earlier this week, a post on X shared images of two Delta flight attendants wearing Palestinian flag pins. The post, which incorrectly equated the Palestinian flag to the militant group Hamas' flag, read: "Since 2001 we take our shoes off in every airport because a terrorist attack in US soil. - /AFP via Getty ImagesThe Palestinian flag features a red triangle on the left side next to horizontal stripes of black, white, and green. The Hamas flag. MARCO LONGARI/AFP via Getty ImagesThe current version of the Palestinian flag was adopted by the Palestine Liberation Organization in 1964.
Persons: , Delta, Edward Ahmed Mitchell, Mitchell, Azka Mahmood, Biden, 0f51mpKCJ5 —, Ed Bastian, MARCO LONGARI Organizations: Service, Lines, Hamas, Business, Washington, Islamic Relations, Post, CNN, Palestinian, 0f51mpKCJ5 — CAIR, Delta, Getty, Palestine Liberation Organization, Israel Locations: Palestinian, Delta, Georgia, Palestine, AFP, Gaza, Israel
“We apologize for this error.”On Wednesday, an account on X reposted pictures of two Delta flight attendants wearing Palestinian flag pins on their uniforms. Now imagine getting into a @Delta flight and seeing workers with Hamas badges in the air. What do you do?” the post read, falsely equating the Palestinian flag to the one flown by the militant group. The reply sparked a swift backlash from Delta employees and leaders in Palestinian and Muslim communities. However, effective Monday, the company will only allow US flag pins to be worn, Delta told CNN.
Persons: Delta, , Azka Mahmood, , Mahmood, unionize, Omar Suleiman –, Organizations: CNN, Delta, Islamic, Palestinian, CAIR, Locations: Palestinian, Georgia, Palestine, Ukraine, Israel, U.S
U.S. intelligence agencies discovered the plan to go after Papperger earlier this year and informed the German government, the sources said. We have also been clear that Russia's actions will not deter Allies from continuing to support Ukraine." The Office of the Director of National Intelligence, the CIA and the German embassy in Washington all declined to comment. The Intelligence Committee is closely following these threats, which only strengthen our resolve to support Ukraine." And in February, the company signed a memorandum with Ukraine to set up a joint production plant for artillery ammunition.
Persons: Rheinmetall AG Armin Papperger, Ronny HARTMANN, RONNY HARTMANN, Armin Papperger, Papperger, Adrienne Watson, Biden, Watson, Oliver Hoffman, Putin, Jens Stoltenberg, Stoltenberg, Vladimir Putin, Rheinmetall's Papperger Organizations: Rheinmetall AG, Rheinmetall, AFP, Getty Images, U.S, Lynx, CNN, White House National Security, NATO Allies, National Intelligence, CIA, Democratic, House Intelligence, NATO, Intelligence, NBC News, Royal United Services Institute Locations: Unterluess, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Europe, Moscow, Russian, United States, Washington, cyberattacks, Kyiv, United Kingdom, London
Read previewPresident Joe Biden's press conference on Thursday was hotly watched by the nation, including one Elon Musk. Musk said in response to a clip where Biden had accidentally referred to Vice President Kamala Harris as "Vice President Trump." Advertisement"I wouldn't have picked Vice President Trump to be vice president, if she's not qualified to be president," Biden said on Thursday. — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) July 12, 2024Musk also poked fun at the muted facial expressions Biden's Cabinet members had when he made the mistake. I'm not saying I'd vote for Trump," Musk told moderator Andrew Ross Sorkin at The New York Times Dealbook Summit in November.
Persons: , Joe Biden's, Elon, couldn't, gaffes, Musk, Biden, Kamala Harris, Trump, Harris, she's, Karine Jean, Pierre, John Kirby, Justin Sink, Tesla, Donald Trump, I'm, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Ron DeSantis, he's, Don Lemon Organizations: Service, Business, Trump, downer, White, National Security, Bloomberg, Democratic Party of, The New York Times Dealbook Summit, Florida Gov, GOP, CNN, BI Locations: Southern, Florida
CNN —Vending machines selling ammunition will now be in grocery stores in Alabama, Texas and Oklahoma – a move that has generated mixed feelings from officials in those states. Each machine sells ammunition for various firearm calibers, including rifles, shotguns and handguns, according to American Rounds. Earlier this month, the ammunition dispenser in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, was taken down and relocated by American Rounds. American Rounds plans to expand into more states, having already received offers from stores in California, Florida and Hawaii, among others, Magers said. The company, he said, is setting up two more dispensers in Texas and Colorado within the next couple of weeks.
Persons: Grant Magers, “ It’s, ” Magers, , , Kip Tyner, ” Tyner, Magers Organizations: CNN, Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, Explosives, Oklahoma, American Locations: Alabama , Texas, Oklahoma, Alabama, Texas, Tuscaloosa , Alabama, Tuscaloosa, California , Florida, Hawaii, Colorado
Fain and the UAW, which endorsed Biden in January, are important allies of Biden and are expected to play a critical role in helping Biden win in key swing states including Michigan, where the UAW is based. Fain, who announced the UAW's endorsement of Biden in January, has repeatedly rebuked Trump, the Republican former president. "Donald Trump stands against everything we stand for as a society," Fain said in his January endorsement of Biden. Fain also received a mention from Biden at this year's State of the Union address, which Fain attended. On Wednesday, actor George Clooney, a Democrat who has backed Biden, withdrew his support in an opinion piece in the New York Times.
Persons: Shawn Fain, Joe Biden's, Donald Trump, Fain, Biden, Trump, General Motors, Jonah Furman, George Clooney Organizations: United Auto Workers, UAW, Biden, U.S, Ford, General, Stellantis, Republican, Wednesday, AFL, NATO, Detroit, Democratic, Trump, Democrats, Democrat, New York Times Locations: Michigan, U.S, year's State
Recent covert acts of sabotage are far from the level of aggression and brutality that Russia has put on display in Ukraine. But make no mistake, a former top US general argued this week, Moscow is already fighting NATO. "We face wider Russian aggression directed at our own democracies, from hybrid attacks to threats in the high north," he added. "We, ourselves, have been experiencing hybrid attacks from Russia for decades, so that's why the threat has been quite clear, what we're facing." The Russian hybrid attacks were a notable discussion point on the sidelines of the NATO summit in Washington this week.
Persons: , Ben Hodges, Vladimir Putin's, Vladimir Putin, Pavel Byrkin, John Healey, We've, Andris Sprūds, Healey, Hodges, Antony Blinken, Blinken, It's Organizations: Service, NATO, Business, US Army, NATO Public Forum, Ukraine, Security, Sputnik, Public, Latvian Defense, Alliance Locations: Russia, Ukraine, Moscow, US Army Europe, Washington ,, Russian, Baltic, Washington
CNN —The average menstruating person will spend about five years of their total reproductive lifespan using an estimated 11,000 tampons, sanitary pads, panty liners and other menstrual products, experts say. What if some of those menstrual aids contain heavy metals or potentially toxic chemicals linked to chronic diseases and reproductive and developmental problems? “I do not want people to panic, but to be aware that heavy metals have been found in these menstrual products,” Schilling said. “However, there is no reason for people to be afraid to use menstrual products at this time,” she added. The team ran tests for 16 heavy metals: arsenic, barium, calcium, cadmium, cobalt, chromium, copper, iron, manganese, mercury, nickel, lead, selenium, strontium, vanadium and zinc.
Persons: Kathrin Schilling, ” Schilling, Amanda Hils, ” Hils, Anna Pollack, , Pollack, , tampons Schilling, nonorganic tampons, hasn’t, Nancy King Reame, Reame Organizations: CNN, US Environmental Protection Agency, Columbia University’s Mailman, of Public Health, US Food and Drug Administration, George Mason University, US Geological Survey . Chemicals, Environmental Health, Institute for Green Science, Carnegie Mellon University, American Chemistry Council, , for Disease Control, Prevention, FDA, School of Nursing, Columbia University Medical Center Locations: New York City, , Fairfax , Virginia, United States, United Kingdom, Greece, tampons, Pittsburgh
For more than six months, Russia has been carrying out a sabotage campaign across Europe, largely by proxy. “We’re seeing sabotage, we’re seeing assassination plots, we’re seeing arson. Russia’s sabotage campaign has, at times, smacked of a shotgun approach carried out by amateurs. In London in March, several men were charged with working with Russian intelligence services to set fire to a Ukrainian-linked warehouse. And French authorities last month detained a Russian-Ukrainian man who was allegedly building bombs as part of a sabotage campaign orchestrated by Moscow.
Persons: Armin Papperger, Olaf Scholz, Boris Pistorius, Fabian Bimmer, , , Adrienne Watson, “ Russia’s, Oliver Hoffman, ” Hoffman, Donald Tusk, Papperger, Dariusz Borowicz, Agencja Wyborcza.pl, Reuters “, ” CNN’s Zachary Cohen Organizations: CNN, Kyiv, Rheinmetall, NATO, National Security, NATO Allies, Embassy, intel, US, Reuters, Ukraine Locations: Ukraine, Europe, Kyiv, Germany, Berlin, Russia, West, Moscow, Papperger, Unterluess, United States, Washington, Russian, Polish, Lithuania, Poland, Ukrainian, London, Warsaw
The US issues just 140,000 employment-based visas and 85,000 H-1B visas a year. The O-1 visa has eight criteria; applicants must meet three out of eight to qualify. "A lot of it is a storytelling exercise about yourself to meet the criteria of the O-1," Wehden said. AdvertisementGabriel Petersson, a Midjourney engineer and high school dropout, initially considered an H-1B visa before realizing it required a college degree. While 85% of the company's petitions have been for O-1 visas thus far, it also supports green card applications.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Donald Trump, Lisa Wehden, Wehden, Lisa, Justin Bieber, Plymouth's, Gabriel Petersson, Petersson, Minn Kim Organizations: Service, Plymouth, Business, Immigrants, Microsoft, Nvidia, Google, Immigration, Employers, O1, Institute for Progress, Schmidt, Emergent Ventures, Talent Mobility Fund Locations: Plymouth, America
Read previewUsually, when "chicken hindquarters" is on the dinner menu at San Quentin, it's good news. Four men serving sentences at San Quentin say dozens of prisoners were sickened, and some 2,000 were subjected to a week of lockdown to prevent any illness from spreading. The four men who spoke to Business Insider told similar stories. Gavin Newsom announced the facility's "transformation" from San Quentin State Prison into San Quentin Rehabilitation Center, empowering an advisory council comprised of community leaders, prison staff, and program leaders to come up with recommendations to improve conditions. A spokesperson for the California Correctional Health Care Services issued this statement on Tuesday:Advertisement"We are currently investigating cases of a potential gastrointestinal illness at San Quentin Rehabilitation Center.
Persons: , Aaron Ramzy, it's, Ramzy, Luis Sigueras, Marty Zahorik, Zahorik, I've, there's, Gavin Newsom, I'm, CCHCS Organizations: Service, Business, California Correctional Health Care Services, Block, Marin General Hospital, Gov, Quentin Rehabilitation Center, San Quentin Rehabilitation Center Locations: San Quentin, Quentin, California, Marin
Reuters —Mali’s military junta has lifted a suspension on political party activities meant to safeguard public order, the council of ministers said late on Wednesday. “By taking this deterrent measure, the government was able to contain all the threats of public disorder that hung over this major event,” the council said in a statement. Given the focus was now on implementing the recommendations of the April 13-May 10 peace dialogue, the government will allow political parties to resume their activities, it said. Mali’s junta, which seized power in a second coup in 2021, reneged on a promise to hold elections in February, postponing the vote indefinitely for technical reasons. Political parties and civil society groups at the time reacted with anger to the junta’s decision not to hold the vote and called for a return to constitutional order.
Persons: Reuters — Organizations: Reuters, , Islamic Locations: West, Central Africa, Mali, Burkina Faso, Niger, al Qaeda, Islamic State
Read previewSergiy Kyslytsya, the Ukrainian ambassador to the United Nations, accused Russia on Wednesday of serving Chicken Kiev at a luncheon after it attacked a children's hospital. He posted a photo of the menu for a Tuesday UN Security Council event hosted by Russia, which includes the item "Chicken Kiev served with Potato Paille." This story is available exclusively to Business Insider subscribers. Related storiesNebenzia holds the president's chair for the Security Council in July as part of the UN's monthly rotation. According to the Associated Press, Nebenzia thanked Kyslytysa as part of his duty as rotating president of the security council.
Persons: , і, , Вона, Небензя Organizations: Service, United Nations, Chicken Kiev, UN, Business Locations: Ukrainian, Russia, Kiev
Read previewLegal challenges against student-debt relief efforts continue, making the fate of millions of borrowers all the more uncertain. When it comes to higher education, the ruling will impose more barriers on regulations that are particularly controversial, like efforts to forgive student debt. The Education Department is working on finalizing its second attempt at a broader debt relief plan, which it hopes to implement this fall. But striking down Chevron could pose even more barriers to debt relief and many higher education regulations borrowers rely on. After the Supreme Court's Chevron ruling, Sen. Bill Cassidy — top Republican on the Senate education committee — sent a letter to Education Sec.
Persons: , Chevron, Jon Fansmith, Fansmith, Joe Biden, haven't, It's, Neal Hutchens, Sen, Bill Cassidy —, Miguel Cardona, Cassidy, Hutchens Organizations: Service, Business, American Council, Education, Higher, Education Department, Chevron, of Educational Policy, University of Kentucky, Republican, Sec Locations: Chevron
NATO summit was a unique one, analyst says
  + stars: | 2024-07-11 | by ( ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: 1 min
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNATO summit was a unique one, analyst saysLuka Ignac, assistant director of the Transatlantic Security Initiative at the Atlantic Council, discusses the NATO summit in Washington.
Persons: Luka Ignac Organizations: NATO, Transatlantic Security, Atlantic Council Locations: Washington
"We've had a tremendous amount of interest [from private equity firms], and we believe this could make sense for us in a limited fashion, probably no more than 10% of a team. The National Football League is considering allowing minority private equity ownership for its 32 teams of up to 10%, Commissioner Roger Goodell said in an exclusive CNBC interview Thursday. "I think it may be leading to some rethink into the consideration of letting private equity, as an example, or institutional investors into the NFL." Private equity incentives around reaching investment targets and exit thresholds could alter the motivations for ownership in ways that make the bigger sports leagues uncomfortable. Private equity firms, tasked with finding investment vehicles to make returns on their assets under management, may be better suited to minority ownership.
Persons: Roger Goodell, Goodell, CNBC's Julia Boorstin, We've, Josh Harris, Harris, Andrew Ross Sorkin, Magic Johnson, Eric Schmidt, David Blitzer, They're, Ted Leonsis, You'll Organizations: National Football League, Allen & Company Sun Valley, National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, National Hockey League, Major League Soccer, NFL, Allen & Co, Sun Valley Conference, CNBC, Apollo Global Management, Washington, Summit, Washington , D.C, NBA, Blackstone Group, Philadelphia 76ers, New Jersey Devils, Women's Soccer League, Washington Capitals, Wizards, Mystics, ESPN Locations: Sun Valley , Idaho, Washington ,
AdvertisementAccording to The Washington Post, top union leaders have privately expressed concerns about Biden's ability to beat Trump in November. AdvertisementLosing support from laborAccording to Politico's Jonathan Martin, support from the unions is likely Biden's only path to survival against Trump. The AFL-CIO told the Associated Press on Thursday that Biden's "fighting spirit" was on full display during his meeting with union leaders this week. He "wasn't even the Joe Biden of 2020," said Clooney. AdvertisementIf union leaders join the chorus of voices asking Biden to step down, other key supporters may quickly follow.
Persons: , Joe Biden, Biden, Sara Nelson, Shawn Fain, Biden's, David McCall, Politico's Jonathan Martin, Anita Dunn, Sen, Peter Welch of, George Clooney, wasn't, Clooney, Chuck Schumer, Axios, Nancy Pelosi Organizations: Service, NATO —, AFL, America's, Business, The Washington Post, Trump, Association of Flight, United Auto Workers, The Association of Flight, Democratic, United Steelworkers International, Politico, Blacks, Associated Press, CBS, The New York Times Locations: Peter Welch of Vermont
CNN —United Auto Workers President Shawn Fain and other members of the union’s board have expressed concerns about President Joe Biden’s ability to beat Donald Trump in November, a source close to the union says. The union is discussing the way forward on how to beat Trump in November, but the group is not considering rescinding its endorsement of Biden at this time, the source added. When a reporter at a Thursday press conference raised the UAW’s concerns, the president responded, “The UAW just endorsed me.”“There’s a long way to go this campaign,” the president later added. In a statement Wednesday, the day Biden visited the group, the AFL-CIO executive council said in a statement: “The labor movement understands, as Joe Biden does, that solidarity is how we win. “I said I was going to be the most pro union president in American history, well guess what I am,” Biden said Wednesday.
Persons: Shawn Fain, Joe Biden’s, Donald Trump, Biden, “ I’m, ” Biden, Fain, Trump, , Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, White, George Clooney, couldn’t, Liz Shuler, Keir Starmer, ” CNN’s Chris Isidore Organizations: CNN — United Auto Workers, Trump, CNN, Reuters, UAW, AFL, NATO, Wednesday, Michigan, New York Times, British Locations: Washington ,, Michigan, Wisconsin
Hal Lawton, the chief executive of the Brentwood, Tennessee-based company, had said these initiatives “make great business sense for Tractor Supply.”But Tractor Supply has decided that all of those risks are now worth ignoring. By walking away from diversity and climate goals, Tractor Supply has become the latest corporate giant to retreat from progressive initiatives it once promoted, joining Bud Light, Target and others. Tractor Supply declined to comment on these statements. Tractor Supply’s customer base has historically been primarily older men, who lean Republican, but Tractor Supply has increasingly tried to draw Millennials and women, who tend to favor Democrats. Tractor Supply’s reversal could hurt it with these customers, who could be crucial as the company’s historic base ages out of the market.
Persons: Hal Lawton, Bud, , Nooshin Warren, “ They’re, ” John Boyd, Steve Helber, Robby Starbuck, , It’s, ” Boyd, Donald Trump, Joe Biden, ” Lawton, ” Eric Bloem, George Floyd, Bill Ackman, Elon Musk, They’ve, Chick, Bud Light, Jeff Chiu, Bud Light’s, influencer Dylan Mulvaney, CNN’s Eva Rothenberg Organizations: New, New York CNN, Tractor Supply, Supply, Human Rights, Bud Light, University of Arizona, National Black Farmers Association, AP Tractor Supply, Human, Tennessee’s, Congressional District, , Black Farmers Association, CNN, , Tractor, Republican, Pew, Democratic, Disney, Nike, Anheuser, Busch InBev, Target Locations: New York, Brentwood , Tennessee, United States, America, Minneapolis
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailCrypto execs meet with Biden administration over regulatory crackdown concerns: CNBC Crypto WorldCNBC Crypto World features the latest news and daily trading updates from the digital currency markets and provides viewers with a look at what's ahead with high-profile interviews, explainers, and unique stories from the ever-changing crypto industry. On today's show, Kristin Smith, CEO of the Blockchain Association, and Sheila Warren, CEO of the Crypto Council for Innovation, discuss what was accomplished at a meeting with crypto executives and officials with the Biden administration.
Persons: explainers, Kristin Smith, Sheila Warren, Biden Organizations: Biden, CNBC Crypto, CNBC, Blockchain Association, Crypto, Innovation
CNN —Officials in southern Italy have broken up an alleged racket selling fake olive oil, confiscating 42 tons of the extra virgin variety worth almost $1 million. Authorities confiscated 71 tons of what was referred to as an “oily substance” in plastic tanks, as well as 623 liters of chlorophyll, a component of extra virgin olive oil that was being added to oil of a lesser value. The investigation started in September with the arrest of 11 people in Italy and Spain and the confiscation of 12 barrels containing 260,000 liters of adulterated, or non-virgin or extra olive oil. Incidents of falsified extra virgin olive oil have increased in recent years, due to both the popularity of the Mediterranean diet and the effects of climate change, which has greatly reduced production in southern Europe due to devastating droughts, according to the International Olive Council. In January, officials carried out raids at 50 restaurants in Rome and found seed oil being passed off as extra virgin olive oil.
Organizations: CNN, Carabinieri, Authorities, International Olive Council Locations: Italy, Puglia, Spain, Europe, Rome
Share Share Article via Facebook Share Article via Twitter Share Article via LinkedIn Share Article via EmailNEC Director Lael Brainard: Consumer brand companies really need to lower their pricesLael Brainard, National Economic Council Director, joins 'Squawk on the Street' to discuss her thoughts on Thursday's inflation report, consumers who are still stretched, and much more.
Persons: Lael Brainard Organizations: NEC, Consumer, National Economic
Total: 25