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A woman in Australia was supposedly paid $7 million to keep quiet about being raped in an Airbnb rental, reporters say.

The 29-year-old woman had been in Manhattan at the time the incident occurred. She and her friends had gotten the keys for their accommodations, but the woman went back to the room by herself. That’s when she encountered the 24-year-old suspect who was reported to have raped the woman.

Airbnb responded by moving her to a new hotel and flying her mom out to meet her in New York. The company also paid for the women’s flights home, and covered related health care costs.

Then they wrote her a $7 million check to keep quiet about it all for two years, reporters say.

How often does this type of thing happen for the company, and how are they working to prevent more cases like this one from occurring in the future?

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Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell

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Thursday was off to a slow start, with futures contracts tied to the Dow Jones Industrial Average set to plummet 50 points this morning. This fall follows a 265-point drop-off yesterday after an accelerated timeline for increasing interest rates was announced during the Federal Reserve’s big meeting.

The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite also logged losses yesterday.

According to central bankers, there will be two rate hikes in 2023, a full year ahead of schedule.

Also today, the government will release its most recent look at initial jobless claims, and economists expect this number to total 360,000 new filings.

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