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Higher costing meat and drinks on the menu at Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, which runs 60 dining outlets across the country — from high-end steakhouses to Molly Woo's Asian Bistro and El Segundo Mexican Kitchen. Cameron Mitchell Restaurants hide caption

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The Coronavirus Crisis

He had to raise menu prices 3 times this year to survive, as prices kept climbing

Businesses across the country, from restaurants to retail, must decide when, not if, to raises prices and by how much.

Higher costing meat and drinks on the menu at Cameron Mitchell Restaurants, which runs 60 dining outlets across the country — from high-end steakhouses to Molly Woo's Asian Bistro and El Segundo Mexican Kitchen. Cameron Mitchell Restaurants hide caption

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Inflation is red hot, soaring to 6.8% in November, the highest in nearly four decades

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Two poets chronicle their friendship and isolation during the pandemic

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Lina Wertmüller's most famous film, Seven Beauties, is about a dissolute Italian Army deserter captured by the Germans during World War II. She's shown above in September 1984. Frank Leonardo/The New York Post via Getty Images hide caption

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Lina Wertmüller, first woman nominated for Oscar in directing, has died

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The ACT UP Action Tours activists protested at the Macy's 34th St Store in New York City on Nov. 29, 1991. Meryl Levin hide caption

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The day Santas stormed Macy's to protest for AIDS awareness

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The day Santas stormed Macy's to protest for AIDS awareness

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Former President Donald Trump speaks at a rally on Sept. 25 in Perry, Ga. Sean Rayford/Getty Images hide caption

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New York's attorney general is seeking to question Donald Trump under oath

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Hundreds of demonstrators carry anti-terrorism bill placards as they march at a university campus in Manila on June 4, 2020, a day after lawmakers passed the sweeping legislation. The Philippines' Supreme Court upheld most of the law in a partial verdict announced this week. Ted Aljibe/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Philippines' high court upholds most of a terrorism law, but strikes down a key point

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