Trump may not have many fans in the c-suites of corporate America but they are certainly helping his administration’s push back against China’s predatory mercantilism. Larry Fink, chairman and CEO of BlackRock, said in an interview Friday that companies are
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“Consumer sentiment remained largely unchanged in early July from June, remaining at quite favorable levels.”
President Donald Trump berated New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman, recounting a phone conversation he had with the economist while playing golf.
Staffers for presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) have drafted a letter to campaign manager Faiz Shakir complaining that they are making “poverty wages,” and demanding he pay them a $15 per hour minimum wage.
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A regular columnist in the New York Times is admitting that mass migration causes inequality throughout America.
The House approved a bill Thursday that would raise the minimum wage to $15 by the year 2025 if passed by the Senate.
A 15-year-old boy from Texas was arrested on Monday evening for spitting in a bottle of Arizona Iced Tea before placing it back on a store’s shelf.
A Delaware woman is suing a Dominican Republic resort for $3 million after she claims she was beaten at one of the resorts while she stayed there with her husband.
Tech giant Google has reportedly terminated its censored Chinese search engine product known as “Project Dragonfly.”
After slumping in June, the Philly Fed’s reading of economic conditions saw the biggest rebound in a decade.
Tech billionaires and Silicon Valley investors are trying to snatch a valuable trading card from President Donald Trump’s hand before he can use it to win pro-American immigration reforms in 2021.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro cited President Donald Trump’s “make America great again” slogan during a speech to the South American trading bloc Mercosur on Wednesday, defending regional sovereignty and insisting that he wanted Brazil and the other members of the bloc to be “great” individually, as well.
Elaine Parker writes about how the emphasis on four-year liberal arts colleges creates a gap in the labor market by neglecting to promote the attainment of valuable skills that could be taught for less money by vocational or trade schools.
FaceApp now owns access to images of over 150 million users’ faces and names, according to a Wednesday-published Forbes report.
Shares of the company plunged by more than 11 percent in after-hours trading following the company’s release second quarter results.
The E.U. has launched an antitrust investigation of e-commerce giant Amazon which could see the company fined as much as $23 billion.
The economy grew modestly in recent months, with consumer spending doing a lot of the work as factory activity slowed.
Drugmakers and distributors dispensed 76 billion pills to commercial pharmacies over the past seven years, according to an analysis of federal data released Wednesday.
Mexicans now strongly oppose the Central American migration through their nation, says a new poll conducted by the Washington Post.
Two-in-four Democrats strongly oppose the federal enforcement of judges’ deportation orders, according to a poll by Morning Consult.
Wednesday on CNN’s “New Day,” former Rep. Mark Sanford (R-SC), also the former governor of South Carolina, discussed his flirtation with seeking the 2020 GOP presidential nomination in a race that would have him taking on incumbent President Donald Trump.
Homeless activists are protesting a new plan to build homes in the area of downtown Los Angeles known as “Skid Row” because they claim it would amount to “gentrification.”
White House officials announced a draft immigration reform plan which could become the centerpiece of a post-election 2021 push in Congress.
During a recent hearing before the Senate Banking Committee, Senator Tom Cotton (R-AR) grilled a representative from Facebook about online censorship, financial blacklisting, and its Libra currency. He questioned what the progressive tech giant would do when a consumer wished to use Libra to subscribe to Breitbart News as opposed to a left-wing publication.
A new report claims that Tesla employees worked through harsh condition and took shortcuts such as using electrical tape to patch cracks to meet Elon Musk’s Model 3 production goals.