Dutch Girl Donuts had 15 or more staff on its rota before the pandemic - now it has fewer than 10, the owners' daughter said.
Americans may need to get used to waiting around and paying more for the things they want as the supply crunch worsens around the world.
Rouses Markets can't get enough Lunchables - Kraft Heinz's cracker, cheese, and meat snack - so it's created its own version, its CEO told the WSJ.
Costco shoppers say Costco is running out of toilet paper and water - again. A return to stockpiling during Delta could worsen supply chain problems.
Worker pay isn't the only thing to blame for inflation. Other factors are playing a much larger role in lifting prices across the US.
The pick-up in retirements and use of new technologies can keep the labor market from returning to its pre-pandemic state, the Fed says in a report.
Demand for air-condition is booming, but the industry faces a shortage of both key components and staff to install units, experts told Fox Business.
A supply crunch from factory closures and worldwide auto-chip shortages for new vehicles have pushed up the prices of used vehicles.
A trade "strike force" will crack down on unfair foreign trade practices and promote agreements with allies, the White House said Tuesday.
Lumber is hugely expensive right now and that's bad because you need lumber to build new houses. America's in a homebuying frenzy and needs to build.
A host of supply-chain issues have caused the prices of products like paint, windows, flooring, and fertilizer to surge.
The US has a "workforce shortage and we have raising inflation, both directly related to this recent bill that just passed," McConnell said.
UBS sees the used-car prices jump leading an "enormous surge over just the past few months" for the consumer price index, a popular inflation gauge.
The US is running low on coffee due to a drought in Brazil and congested shipping ports. Say goodbye to that $4 latte ... for something pricier.