Where To Go For Locally-Sourced Seafood in The Outer Banks

Reading Time: 11 minutes Whether you enjoy fried soft crab, award-winning clam chowder, freshly grilled grouper, or Outer Banks-style sushi, OBX brings an abundant bounty straight from local waters to your plate. On a map, The Outer Banks (OBX) resembles two connecting magical coral wands extending into the waters of the Atlantic, casting a spell over every visitor to … Read more

Where to Eat on a Three Day Foodie Trip to the Outer Banks

Reading Time: 17 minutes Whether you’re looking for a healthy snack, a hearty steak, a hot cocktail, or a heavenly gourmet dinner – the OBX is ready to fulfill all your requests. And to help you out on your OBX foodie adventure, we’ve compiled a guide to where to eat and drink during a three day getaway. For decades, … Read more

10 Awesome Family Friendly Eats on the Outer Banks – Honest Cooking

Reading Time: 17 minutes From cool beach cafes and unassuming burger shacks, to ambitious delis and oceanside seafood restaurants – the OBX has something new, exciting, fun and family friendly to offer every day, and for every meal. The Outer Banks – or OBX as it is affectionately known – offers a unique combination of mind-expanding historic tales to … Read more

The Best Healthy East on the Outer Banks – Honest Cooking

Reading Time: 16 minutes On vacation on the Outer Banks, but looking to stay away from adding the usual vacation pounds? Here are 10 restaurants, cafes, breweries and shops that are serving up some of the healthiest options the OBX has to offer. Nestled off the coast of North Carolina, the Outer Banks are a series of barrier islands … Read more

Sources: Visa plans to trim the fee banks pay Apple for recurring automated payments next year amid discontent in the banking industry; Apple opposes the change (AnnaMaria Andriotis/Wall Street Journal)

Reading Time: 2 minutes AnnaMaria Andriotis / Wall Street Journal: Sources: Visa plans to trim the fee banks pay Apple for recurring automated payments next year amid discontent in the banking industry; Apple opposes the change  —  Banks are nudging Visa to change the way it processes some Apple Pay transactions, according to people familiar with the matter #Sources … Read more

CEOs are at their wits’ end — they don’t know how to get their employees back in

Reading Time: 6 minutes CEOs are at their wits’ end to figure out how to get their employees back into the office as high levels of Covid infections persist 18 months into the pandemic. That’s the sentiment shared by CNBC’s David Faber and Jim Cramer, who regularly speak with business leaders about return-to-work challenges. “I continue to hear a … Read more

Google abandons plans to offer bank accounts to users

Reading Time: 5 minutes Google Pay Omar Marques | LightRocket | Getty Images Google is scrapping its plans to offer banking services directly to users. The shift comes nearly two years after the company first announced its banking plans and several months after a key executive leading the project departed. In 2020, Google said it would let users open … Read more

DC Reasi pulls up banks over pendency in clearance of self-employment scheme proposals

Reading Time: 4 minutes   REASI: Deputy Commissioner Reasi, Charandeep Singh, today pulled up banks over pendency in clearance of self-employment scheme proposals. He issued strict instructions to all the banks to clear the pendency on a fast-track basis. The Deputy Commissioner was chairing a meeting to review the progress of Self-employment schemes & quality of credit extension to … Read more

ECB member says the central bank needs to be ‘even more conservative’

Reading Time: 5 minutes LONDON — The European Central Bank needs to be “even more conservative” in how it reacts to inflation in order to avoid repeating past mistakes, Governing Council Member Mario Centeno has told CNBC. The central bank is currently under some pressure given that consumer prices have spiked in recent months. Euro zone inflation hit a … Read more

Europe has ‘limited’ direct exposure to Evergrande’s debt crisis, Lagarde says

Reading Time: 5 minutes LONDON — European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde believes Europe’s direct exposure to the embattled Chinese property company Evergrande would be “limited.” It comes at a time when global stock markets are on high alert over Evergrande’s massive debt problems. Investors fear Evergrande, which has seen its share price plummet in recent months amid a … Read more