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Thursday morning was mixed on the stock futures front, with anticipators anxiously awaiting the latest consumer price index report, which is due out this morning. Analysts anticipate that CPI will climb 4.7% when compared to last year. That jump would mark the highest rate in more than a decade.

Meanwhile, the Labor Department is also set to release its latest look at jobless claims this morning, with economists expecting approximately 370,000 new filings.

And this morning, GameStop saw its shares sink about 6% after the company announced leadership changes.

The world’s largest supplier of beef also admitted to hacking up approximately $11 million to the ransomeware group that hacked the company.

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Small business owners are facing difficult decisions as they compete with government handouts as of late. Approximately 73% of these entrepreneurs do not have enough employees to run their businesses because they simply cannot afford to compete with the lucrative benefits of staying at home for up to $44,000 a year.

Recent data shows that nearly a third of these companies will be forced to shut their doors for good within the year if the labor shortage continues for much longer.

Right now, there are more than 8 million open positions across the country, and yet, potential employees are still hesitant to apply.

What is the solution in such a dire situation?

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