Adriana Belmonte, Yahoo Finance

Adriana Belmonte

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New York, NY, United States

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Past:
  • AOL.com
  • Yahoo
  • HuffPost

Recent articles by Adriana:

Record-high Obamacare enrollment: The numbers behind Biden’s health care victory lap

President Biden applauded the latest Obamacare signup numbers, which reached a record high during the latest open enrollment period. → Read More

U.S. dairy producers feel pinch from inflation, severe weather

As the U.S. nears a potential recession, dairy producers are finding themselves impacted from both inflation and severe weather. → Read More

'A real wake-up call': Poor mental health is costing billions of dollars in lost productivity

The U.S. has a mental health crisis and it’s costing the economy tens of billions of dollars in lost productivity. → Read More

President Biden hails jobs report: 'It’s a good time to be a worker in America'

The December jobs report came in above expectations, garnering praise from the Commander-in-Chief. → Read More

Southwest Airlines may need another week to 'get their act together,' expert says

A major winter storm struck most parts of the U.S. over the holidays, leading to thousands of flight cancellations. Southwest Airlines bore the brunt of it, with more than 8,000 flights canceled between Dec. 22 and 26. → Read More

COVID: Bivalent booster shots were ‘tremendous’ in lowering hospitalization rates, doctor says

Despite the uptick in COVID cases, one NYC-based physician is optimistic about how the U.S. will fare throughout the winter, thanks to the development of boosters. → Read More

Steve Jobs 'wouldn’t have succeeded' without Tim Cook, former Apple exec explains

According to one former Apple executive, Steve Jobs wouldn’t have gotten as far as he did without some assistance from Tim Cook. → Read More

Amid Tesla stock plunge, Musk loses world's richest crown

Elon Musk is no longer the world's richest person, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, as Tesla stock continues to plunge. → Read More

Who is Bernard Arnault? The 'wolf in cashmere' passes Elon Musk as world’s richest person

Luxury goods mogul Bernard Arnault is now the richest man in the world, bumping Tesla CEO Elon Musk down to the second spot, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index. → Read More

'There's no contingency plan' if rail labor legislation fails: Port of LA Executive Director

The clock is ticking as railroad unions and management work to reach a deal before a Dec. 9 deadline that would mean a nationwide strike. → Read More

'The economy's at risk': President Biden again urges Congress to help avert rail strike

The pressure is on for railroad unions and management to reach a labor deal before a potential freight rail strike hits the U.S. in two weeks. → Read More

Senate intel chair on TikTok: 'If I had young kids, I wouldn't want them on TikTok'

TikTok has become enormously popular with teens and young adults around the world, but one U.S. senator is sounding the alarm on the security risks that the Chinese-operated app poses to the general public. → Read More

Why wage transparency laws create 'the right environment' for job candidates: Expert

Wage transparency laws have become increasingly popular in the U.S. as supporters argue that they help achieve gender and racial pay parity. → Read More

Paul Ryan on 2024 GOP presidential nominee: ‘We know we lose with Trump’

Though two years away, the 2024 presidential election is top of mind for many voters as they speculate over who the Republican nominee will be. → Read More

Pfizer CEO on COVID booster uptake: ‘Complacency will get in the way’

Improving COVID booster numbers won’t be easy, according to Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla. → Read More

Why inflation ‘hurts women more,’ according to Sallie Krawcheck

Inflation hasn’t spared most Americans, but according to Ellevest Founder and CEO Sallie Krawcheck, it’s been particularly brutal for women. → Read More

America's employer-led health insurance system is falling short, survey suggests

America’s health care system is not enough, even for those able to obtain health insurance through their employer. → Read More

'Can’t work at a desk': What it's like to be out of work with Long COVID

It’s been more than 2.5 years and Americans are still suffering from the long-term effects of COVID-19, otherwise known as Long COVID, and it's forced many out of the labor force. → Read More

Congress stock trading 'continues to degrade the trust’ of Americans, Democrat says

Congressional stock trading is back in the limelight following a New York Times analysis that found 97 members of Congress engaged in stock market transactions that could potentially be seen as conflicts of interest. → Read More

Travel: 'Price relief is here' for airfares, Hopper economist says

Airfare prices are ticking back down to more affordable levels after surging over the summer due to high travel demand. → Read More