Some large U.S. banks have seen an uptick in attempted cyberattacks in recent weeks, according to people familiar with the matter, at a time when federal officials are stepping up warnings to banks about cyberthreats.
The decision, which was expected, is a sign of increased confidence in the US economy. Unemployment is low, economic growth is strong, and inflation is relatively stable.
Andrew Smith, Federal Trade Commission, Director, Bureau of Consumer Protection
Gail Hillebrand, Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection, Associate Director, Division of Consumer Education and Engagement
There are six words that, often without fail, can bring any lively dinner conversation among 20-somethings to a screeching halt: “Should we just split it evenly?”
The speaker, for the record, is never talking about the food.
Duke is launching a shuttle pilot that will provide service between the Health System and University and downtown Durham destinations beginning July 2.