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If you are suffering from post-pandemic sticker shock, you are not alone. From gas and groceries to computers and clothing, everyday items are suddenly more expensive.   As the country recovers in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak and Americans put their stimulus checks and stashed cash to work, some of these higher costs are simply the price consumers
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Vaccinated and unvaccinated Americans have different attitudes about the idea of traveling this spring, according to the findings from a marketing technology company. And they’re not different in the way you might assume. With travel bookings surging, data from New York-based Zeta Global indicates that unvaccinated Americans appear more comfortable traveling — and to more
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A Southwest Airlines Boeing 737-73V jet departs Midway International Airport in Chicago, Illinois, on April 6, 2021. Kamil Krzaczynski | AFP | Getty Images Southwest Airlines said travel demand continues to improve with booking patterns for next month looking “fairly typical” as the impact of Covid-19 in the U.S. wanes. The Dallas-based airline said leisure
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The chairman of Dubai’s flagship airline is optimistic about a return to travel between the United Arab Emirates and the U.K. — one of its top tourism and investment partners — even as a new Covid-19 variant threatens to complicate reopening plans. The mostly-expatriate desert sheikhdom of roughly 10 million has been on the U.K.’s
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