Rob Wile, NBC News

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Miami, FL, United States

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Past articles by Robert:

Customer service complaints hit records over daily necessities, "rage survey" finds

Staffing problems in customer service and the growing complexity of essential goods and services, like cars and digital tech, have made complaints harder to resolve, survey data shows. → Read More

Baskin-Robbins is rolling out chicken and waffles flavored ice cream

If you like a little savory with your sweet, Baskin-Robbins has a new flavor coming your way. → Read More

Feds fine Mormon church for illicitly hiding $32 billion investment fund behind shell companies

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and a nonprofit entity that it controlled have been fined $5 million by the Securities and Exchange Commission over accusations that the religious institution failed to properly disclose its investment holdings. → Read More

January inflation hits 6.4%, missing analysts' expectations for a faster slowdown

As January consumer price data are released, economists see the U.S. central bank sticking to its plan to keep raising interest rates for now. → Read More

Bed Bath & Beyond to close 150 more stores

The additional closures mean the ailing home goods retailer will have shrunk its store footprint by about half in the past 12 months. → Read More

Women suing J&J await their day in court after the company failed to get talc cases moved to bankruptcy court

Thousands of lawsuits allege that Johnson & Johnson's talc-based baby powder caused cancer. The company's attempt to move those suits to bankruptcy court has been rejected. → Read More

Federal Reserve raises key interest rate 0.25%, signals more hikes likely

The Federal Reserve announced Wednesday that it had raised its key federal funds rate by 0.25% as it seeks to keep putting downward pressure on economic growth in its bid to slow inflation. → Read More

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes bought a one-way ticket to Mexico last year after she was convicted of fraud

“Only after the government raised this unauthorized flight with defense counsel was the trip canceled,” prosecutors say. → Read More

Google parent Alphabet to cut 12,000 jobs, citing 'economic reality’

CEO Sundar Pichai announced the cuts in a memo to workers, saying he had "difficult news" to share. → Read More

Microsoft to lay off 10,000 workers, citing concern about a possible recession

Despite the magnitude of the layoffs, they will affect less than 5% of the software giant’s total employee base. → Read More

Inflation cooled in December to 6.5%, but the Fed is likely to keep interest rates high

There are signs inflation has peaked, but Federal Reserve officials say interest rates will stay elevated until price growth meaningfully slows down. → Read More

What you can do if your flight has been delayed or canceled

A nationwide ground stop was activated for all U.S. flights early Wednesday due to a technology issue at the Federal Aviation Administration. → Read More

Mercedes-Benz recalls 324,000 vehicles over water-intrusion issue that could stall engines

The notice affects Mercedes-Benz ML and GLE sport-utility vehicles from 2012 to 2020. → Read More

Coinbase to pay $100 million to resolve New York investigation of due-diligence lapses

The state says a former child predator and a corporate embezzler were able to conduct transactions on the platform before the company discovered the activities. → Read More

Elon Musk threatens legal action, suspends Twitter account that tracks his jet

The Twitter Safety account noted Wednesday that it made the decision to ban posts on other people’s live locations because of “increased risk of physical harm.” → Read More

Here's when Social Security checks featuring the massive 2023 COLA increase will start arriving

The average retiree benefit is going up by $146 per month, to $1,827. → Read More

Inflation slows to 7.1% for November, another sign the economy is cooling off

Compared to October, the inflation rate fell from 7.7%. It's the second consecutive month it has fallen. → Read More

How to know if your government identification card complies with REAL ID standards

Do you have a REAL ID? The Department of Homeland Security announced it was extending its compliance deadline in response to the pandemic. → Read More

Adderall and amoxicillin shortages raise questions about transparency and accountability in Big Pharma

Consumers are at the mercy of drug companies when it comes to learning about what is causing the shortages, and how and when they might be resolved. → Read More

Musk fires Twitter engineers after critical posts on Twitter and Slack

The latest firing wave comes in the wake of Musk’s decisions to let go of about half of all Twitter employees in a bid to cut costs. → Read More