Nearly all GOP Senators are rejecting a proposal backed by Sen. Chuck Schumer that would have President Donald Trump agree to reopen the shuttered federal agencies in exchange for Democrats promising to debate his border wall funding request, according to Politico.
Job Creators Network President Alfredo Ortiz said during a press conference on Wednesday that they have “grave concern” over Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) bill to establish a $15 per hour minimum wage, suggesting that it would crush small businesses and cut entry-level jobs for many Americans.
Gillette’s recent commercial against “toxic masculinity” has reached 700,000 dislikes on YouTube and is quickly approaching the top 50 most disliked YouTube videos of all time after just several days on the platform.
Probe arose out of civil lawsuits alleging Huawei stole technology from U.S. companies.
In the last shutdown, tens of thousands of federal workers filed for unemployment benefits.
The United States government should double annual immigration to two million per year because it would help the nation’s “workforce and economic health,” said an op-ed in the New York Times.
Tesla investors reportedly believe that the company’s CEO Elon Musk may have made yet another joke about marijuana, this time when selling a company debt security.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is trying to drain political support and funding from the planned border wall by repeatedly urging more federal spending to improve the official gateways through the border.
Protests against the economic crisis in Zimbabwe, which erupted Monday after President Emmerson Mnangagwa more than doubled fuel prices, reportedly prompted the government to restrict the internet over the alleged use of the social media to incite the demonstrations and sparked rampant looting in the impoverished African nation.
BP announced the discovery of $59 billion worth of oil in the waters south of New Orleans. Will Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal stifle that economic boom for U.S. workers or use it?
The fast-food giant Burger King jabbed President Donald Trump over a recent tweet where he misspelled the word “hamburgers” as “hamberders.”
Apple replaced ten times as many iPhone batteries as they expected after reducing the price of battery replacement for certain models in 2018, following allegations the company was artificially slowing down iPhones, referred to as the “Batterygate” scandal. The battery replacements could have cost Apple up to $11 billion in lost revenue as customers replaced batteries instead of upgrading phones.
New York’s state of mind was decidedly less buoyant than expected in December.
President Donald Trump’s Tweeted support for foreign H-1B outsourcing workers is a betrayal of his American supporters, say U.S. college graduates who are losing jobs to a huge wave of cheap visa-workers.
Shaving product manufacturer Gillette received an overwhelmingly negative response to its latest advertisement campaign, which takes a stand against “toxic masculinity.”
The trade truce may wind up with no deal and tariffs going up.
Ford, Nissan, and GM announced new moves into the world of electric vehicles, creating further competition for Elon Musk’s Tesla.
The White House is considering former PepsiCo CEO Indra Nooyi for the role of World Bank president, according to reports.
Officially, the strike is about higher pay, smaller class sizes, and additional support staff. Unofficially, the strike is about protecting the clout of the teachers’ union as charter schools — many of them un-unionized — expand in L.A.
President Donald Trump promised farmers Monday he would keep fighting for their interests, as his ongoing trade negotiations with China continued.
December price data defy predictions that tariffs would push price levels higher.
The lack of taxpayer payments to Central American economic migrants is the crisis on the border, says California Democrat Scott Peters, who presented the party’s weekend message.
Volkswagen is making a big bet on mass-market electric vehicles.
Google employees reportedly plan to launch a social media campaign in order to pressure Google and the other Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe to change their policies surrounding workplace harassment.
According to a recent report, Elon Musk’s space exploration firm SpaceX is laying off about ten percent of the company’s staff, saying in a statement that SpaceX “must become a leaner company.”
PG&E Corp. announced Monday that it will begin filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy at the end of January amid mounting liabilities from the deadly California wildfires.
Sen. Lindsey Graham says he will back a national emergency declaration after President Donald Trump spends three more weeks offering an amnesty deal in exchange for border wall funding.