Roundup: Inflation / UPS and USPS / Google


    Top worries: Albeit less so than last year, Americans are still worried more about inflation than other domestic issues, according to a new Gallup poll. Other top issues include crime and violence, hunger and homelessness, the economy, the availability and affordability of health care, and federal spending and the budget deficit. See the full Gallup report

    You’ve got mail: Atlanta-based UPS announced Monday it would become the primary air cargo provider for the United States Postal Service, expanding on an existing partnership between the two parcel carriers. Read more from The Associated Press. 

    Get rid of it: Google agreed on Monday to destroy billions of data records to settle a lawsuit claiming it secretly tracked the internet use of people who thought they were browsing privately. The class action began in 2020, covering millions of Google users who used private browsing since June 1, 2016. Plaintiffs alleged that Google’s analytics, cookies and apps let the Alphabet unit improperly track people who set Google’s Chrome browser to “Incognito” mode and other browsers to “private” browsing mode. Read more from CNBC