Bianca Facchinei, Newsy

Bianca Facchinei


Washington, DC, United States

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Past articles by Bianca:

Here's Why Southwest Is Canceling More Flights Than Other Airlines

Southwest is having issues the other airlines aren't because of a lack of investment in modern technology. → Read More

Why Is Quick Quitting Gaining Momentum?

A LinkedIn study found the short tenure rate is up almost 10% in the past year. → Read More

Consumer Price Index Has The Smallest Rise Since January

The Consumer Price Index increased 0.4% for the month and 7.7% from a year ago. That’s the smallest rise since January and lower than estimates. → Read More

U.S. Consumer Inflation Eased To 7.7% Over Past 12 Months

The Federal Reserve is widely expected to keep raising interest rates to try to stem persistently high price increases. → Read More

U.S. Economy Returned To Growth Last Quarter, Expanding 2.6%

Consumer spending, which accounts for about 70% of U.S. economic activity, expanded at a 1.4% annual pace, down from a 2% rate from April-June. → Read More

Fewer Americans Filed For Jobless Benefits Last Week

Jobless claims for the week ending Oct. 15 declined by 12,000 to 214,000 last week, the Labor Department reported Thursday. → Read More

Federal Reserve Attacks Inflation With Another Big Hike, Expects More

The central bank raised its key short-term rate by a substantial three-quarters of a point for the third consecutive time. → Read More

New York Attorney General Sues Donald Trump And His Company

Trump's three eldest children were also named as defendants, along with two longtime company executives. → Read More

Social Media Influencers Helping Teachers Prepare For School Year

Teachers typically rely on their own money or donations to help prepare for a new school year, but now social media influencers are joining the cause. → Read More

Explaining U.S. Tipping Practices

There are several reasons it's customary to tip service workers. → Read More

What's Causing America's Birth Rate To Be Lower Than Ever?

Speculation behind the falling birth rate points to millennial mindsets and the cost of child care, but experts say that doesn't fully explain it. → Read More

Why Do CEOs Get Paid So Much?

We break down the differences in pay between some of the world’s top executives and their employees. → Read More

Why Is Inflation On The Rise Globally?

During a steady economy, prices typically rise steadily, by one or two percent a year. But sometimes, these numbers go above normal levels. → Read More

The True Cost Of Fair Trade Goods

Fair trade efforts haven't always been successful. → Read More

Renters And Landlords Continue To Struggle Amid Inflation

There aren't many alternatives to sky-high rents, as homeownership continues to be out of reach for the average American. → Read More

What Happened To Nickel Prices?

When Russia invaded Ukraine, the price of nickel shot straight up — literally. → Read More

Inflation Has Uneven Social Effects

High prices may cause some to pull back on purchases, but for others it can mean catastrophe. → Read More

Safety Concerns For Ukrainian Surrogate Mothers And Babies

Since the war began, getting surrogate babies from Ukraine to their intended parents has required extensive security and top-secret missions. → Read More

Federal Reserve Expected To Raise Interest Rates To Ease Inflation

Officials are expected to announce a quarter-percentage point rate hike, up from zero. But it's not clear how many increases could take place after. → Read More

Pressure Builds For Western Countries To Cut Business Ties With Russia

Americans are calling on companies across all sectors to leave Russia and consumers say they'd pay more if it makes prices increase. → Read More