Dropbox, Jeff Clay, American Military University discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News


Okay at 2 25 Money news every half hour 25 55 off We go to Jeff Clay, but surely thou is up 72 points. Yes, P 500 index is up 18. That's a half percent. NASDAQ 73 points. That's a little more than a half percent game for the NASDAQ. The cost of living last month rose at the fastest pace since last summer, but that was mostly because of higher gas costs. Consumer prices Those 4/10 of a percent in December take out food and energy costs and core consumer price index was up 1/10 of a percent. Inflation is now running at an annual rate of 1.4%. File sharing company Dropbox is cutting 11% of its workforce. That's more than 300 jobs. Dropbox did turn a profit last year, but its sights in part the fact that It's given its workers work from home writes indefinitely now and doesn't need is many in the office. Jeff Global WTLV News Money News is brought to you by Allstate With all state you can really say you find out just how much you can save today, visit all ST dot com or call an agent to get a quote. You, Me and the vice president of the United States. This cannot be ignored. And peach now, thank you, Madam Chair. The gentleman you were listening to the continuing debate over the article of impeachment against President Trump in Capitol Hill of the debate is going to continue, probably for at least another half hour, then, sometimes between sometime between three and four. There should be a final passage vote. On that article of impeachment. Keep it here on W T o P for more developments as we get them. Here's Dr Marie Harper, the dean of a Dr Wallace E. Boston School of Business at American Military University on leading forward the link between higher education and our future government work for sponsored by American Military University, this new norm as an opportunity to assist businesses with what they need to do in order to meet the challenges and hopefully, opportunities of this new norm, and we looked at our program kept some of the basics but added some what we consider new skills. That would assist these businesses. And our approach is to have the degree programs which are the traditional way of doing education, but also offering the short term certificates that may help them with skills that are necessary for businesses to rebuild..

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