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Walmart is recalling about 3,900 bottles of Better Homes and Gardens-branded Essential Oil Infused Aromatherapy Room Spray with Gemstones in six different scents due to the possibility of a rare and dangerous bacteria discovered. Consumer Product Safety Commission hide caption

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Indicators of the Week: IPOs, ETFs, GHGs

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A 'Help Wanted' sign is posted beside Coronavirus safety guidelines in front of a restaurant in Los Angeles, California on May 28, 2021. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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The Great Resignation: Why People Are Leaving Their Jobs In Growing Numbers

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Pharmacist LaChandra McGowan prepares a dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a clinic operated by DePaul Community Health in New Orleans in August. Soon, children ages 5 to 11 could be eligible for Pfizer shots. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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A Los Angeles home featured in Wes Craven's 1984 A Nightmare on Elm Street is for sale for $3.5 million. Anthony Barcelo hide caption

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The house from the movie 'A Nightmare on Elm Street' is up for sale

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Nitin Bajaj surveys the damaged empty kitchen earlier this month. The stove the tenants took with them has been replaced, but there is still much work to be done. Jessica Ruiz for NPR hide caption

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They didn't pay rent and stole the fridge. Pandemic spawns nightmare tenants

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Cargo containers sit stacked on ships at the Port of Los Angeles, the nation's busiest container port, on October 15, 2021 in San Pedro, California. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Why The Global Supply Chain Is Still Clogged — And How To Fix It

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Frances Haugen; Janneke Parish; Chelsey Glasson Matt McClain/The Washington Post/Bloomberg via Getty Images; Janneke Parish; Chelsey Glasson hide caption

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Tech workers recount the cost of speaking out, as tensions rise inside companies

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell testifies at a House Financial Services Committee hearing on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on Sept. 30. The Fed announced new restrictions on investments by senior officials after being rocked by a controversy involving trading by two regional Fed bank presidents last year. Sarah Silbiger/Pool/Getty Images hide caption

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Former President Donald Trump on Wednesday announced plans to launch his own social networking platform called TRUTH Social, which is expected to begin its beta launch for "invited guests" next month. Chris Delmas/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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In this photo illustration, a container of Johnson's baby powder sits on a table in 2019. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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J&J is using a bankruptcy maneuver to block lawsuits over baby powder cancer claims

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Erica Cuellar, her husband and her daughter moved in with her father in his home early in the pandemic, after she lost her job. She and her husband were worried they wouldn't be able to afford the rent on their house in Houston with only one income. In July 2020, the whole family tested positive for the coronavirus. Michael Starghill for NPR hide caption

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The company SpotHero built a Zen Den to help employees avoid burnout. Stacey Vanek Smith/NPR hide caption

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Burnout (Classic)

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Keep calm, it’s just the bullwhip effect

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From bankruptcy to IPO in a year? It's a tune Guitar Center might play

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People in San Francisco cannot dine in at the city's only In-N-Out Burger, a popular California chain, after the restaurant did not follow COVID-19 protocols. Adam Lau/AP hide caption

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