Queen Elizabeth II Passes Away at 96; More Consumers Take On Debt to Buy Groceries | NTD Business

Don Ma
By Don Ma
September 8, 2022NTD Businessshare

Queen Elizabeth II has died. She was Britain’s longest-reigning monarch, serving as head of state for more than 70 years.

Americans are going into debt over groceries. Some consumers are now turning to buy-now-pay-later services to buy food.

The European Central Bank raises its key interest rates by a record amount to try to tame inflation.

United Airlines investing millions of dollars in electric air taxis. They could revolutionize your commute.

South Korean tech giant LG displays a high tech way to care for your favorite footwear.

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