Two years later, foundations face bond issuance in pandemic – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By THALIA BEATY, Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — When the Ford Foundation took the unprecedented step of paying off $1 billion in debt in June 2020, Two years later, all foundations stand by their decision to take on long-term debt, allowing some to essentially double the size of their grants. But they also warn … Read more

In Biden’s Big Bill: Climate, Healthcare, Deficit Reduction – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By LISA MASCARO, AP’s Conventional Correspondent WASHINGTON (AP) – The largest investment to date in the United States to combat climate change. A hard-fought cap on out-of-pocket prescription drug costs for seniors in the Medicare program. A new minimum corporate tax to ensure big companies pay their share. And billions are left over to pay … Read more

At 75, India is seeking its way forward in a large but jobless economy – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By KRUTIKA PATHI and BHUMIKA SARASWATI, Associated Press NEW DELHI (AP) — As India’s economy grew, the hum of factories transformed the sleepy, dusty village of Manesar into a booming industrial hub that produced everything from cars and sinks to smartphones and tablets. But jobs have become scarce over the years, prompting more workers to … Read more

China’s youth face grim job market as COVID slows economy – US News & World Report | CialisWay

BEIJING (AP) — Liu Qian, who is job-hunting with a new master’s degree, said two employers interviewed her and then said the jobs had been cut. Others asked her to take a lesser wage. She’s one of 11 million new graduates desperate for work in a bleak job market as anti-virus controls force factories, restaurants … Read more

Homegrown Foundation leader builds bridges, trusts in Flint – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By EDEN STIFFMAN of The Chronicle of Philanthropy FLINT, Mich. (AP) – Isaiah Oliver carefully parks his car in the crumbling lot of the Greater Holy Temple Church in North Flint. The parking lot at the church was for parishioners coming to church, not 18-wheelers carrying pallets of bottled water. But as the city grapples … Read more

‘I didn’t really learn anything’: COVID grads face college – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By Collin Binkley, AP Education Writer Angel Hope looked at the math test and felt lost. He had just graduated from high school at the top of his class and had won scholarships from prestigious colleges. But on this test — a University of Wisconsin exam that measures what new students have learned in high … Read more

Nonprofits launch $100M plan to support local health workers – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By THALIA BEATY, Associated Press A new philanthropic project hopes to invest $100 million in 10 countries, mostly in Africa, by 2030 to support 200,000 community health workers who serve as a crucial bridge to treating those with limited access to healthcare. The Skoll Foundation and the Johnson & Johnson Foundation announced Monday that they … Read more

Antitrust case puts book publishing industry in the dock – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By HILLEL ITALY, AP National Writer NEW YORK (AP) — The Justice Department’s effort to block the merger of Penguin Random House and Simon & Schuster is not only a showcase of the Biden administration’s tougher approach to corporate consolidation, but also a rare moment for the publishing industry itself in the dock. During the … Read more

5 things to consider when looking for a new job – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By ADRIANA MORGA and CORA LEWIS, The Associated Press NEW YORK (AP) — Finding a new job is a balancing act: some people are switching roles for shorter commutes or a better salary, others want health insurance or flexible hours, and still others are looking for a job in a new or different industry. Hiring … Read more

Strong US hiring rate likely to ease as recession fears mount – US News & World Report | CialisWay

By PAUL WISEMAN, AP business writer WASHINGTON (AP) – The US job market has defied raging inflation, rising interest rates and growing fears of a recession. Month after month, US employers hired hundreds of thousands of workers, often exceeding forecasts. But now economists fear signs of weakness are emerging in recruitment, threatening one of the … Read more