The Trump administration has reportedly urged the Supreme Court to reject an appeal by Google relating to Oracle’s attempt to collect more than $8 billion in royalties for Google’s use of copyrighted Oracle software code.
A second day of negotiating over the post-Brexit EU budget is looking to end again in deadlock with member-states split between the “Frugals”, who want less spending; the poorer, mostly former Soviet satellite states who want more money; and the European Parliament which wants the budget period increased to a massive €1.32 trillion to help turn the EU carbon neutral.
Actor Tim Allen used his hit sitcom, “Last Man Standing” to humorously school Democrat presidential candidates Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren about the dangers of socialism and how capitalism is the “recipe for economic success.”
Clearing forest land for Tesla’s German “Gigafactory” is back underway after an environmental challenge to its construction was thrown out of court. The company claims it will plant trees elsewhere in the country to offset the forest it clears to build a manufacturing facility.
The Chinese government on Friday tried using its “sharp power” to push online retail colossus Amazon into withdrawing a T-shirt that reads “Coronavirus Made in China” and apologize for ever allowing the garment to be sold.
Coronavirus fears have sent investors fleeing to the safety of U.S. Treasury bonds, pushing yields to record lows.
Over half of monetary transactions in Venezuela take place using dollars, and nearly two-thirds use any type of foreign currency, according to data obtained by the Caracas-based research firm Ecoanalitica.
A dismal result from a survey of U.S. businesses indicates a slump in the service sector due to the coronavirus outbreak.
California Governor Gavin Newsom admitted Wednesday in his second annual “State of the State” address to the legislature in Sacramento that homelessness is a “disgrace” in the Golden State, and laid out a plan to address it.
President Donald Trump’s ‘Hire American,’ low-immigration policy is giving Americans employees a larger share of company profits, so the federal government should raise the supply of foreign workers, according to a mournful editorial column in the Wall Street Journal.
President Donald Trump’s economic advisers are skeptical about rewriting antitrust rules to tackle the growing power of tech giants, according to the latest annual Economic Report of the President. The Council of Economic Advisers argue that the monopolistic power wielded by the Masters of the Universe are signs of “competitive success.”
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Office of the General Counsel has concluded that the actions Google employee Kevin Cernekee, who complained on an internal social networking platform about the company’s diversity policies, were protected in the National Labor Relations Act. According to the federal agency, Google’s policies were “unlawfully broad.”
Appearing Tuesday on the Fox Business Network, House Majority Whip James Clyburn (D-SC) dismissed record-low black unemployment under President Donald Trump, stating black Americans “were fully employed during slavery.”
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reportedly has members of his communications staff blow-dry his armpits ahead of big speeches and other appearances that might cause the tech billionaire to experience flop sweat.
The government’s attitude to traditional wives is “almost communist”, it is claimed after Patel said ‘inactive’ people should be put to work.
A Google AI tool used to recognize objects in images will reportedly no longer attach gender labels such as “woman” or “man” to people in pictures in order to “avoid bias.”
Claim: Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) said during Wednesday evening’s Democrat debate in Las Vegas, Nevada, that President Trump’s tax cuts benefited the wealthy while implying it did not significantly help middle class Americans such as “the hard-working people in Nevada.”
Small business owners are feeling more confident about the economy and their businesses at the start of 2020.
The British government is challenging the European Union’s “posturing” on a potential trade deal at the end of the 2020 Brexit “transition” and baited its chief negotiator on Twitter.
Days after the New York Fed’s survey pointed to a strengthening manufacturing sector, the Philly Fed survey rose to one of the best readings in years.
“Mike’s plan will allow people to keep their private insurance,” reads his website, and “create a Medicare-like public insurance option.” By pursuing a public option that would destroy private insurance markets, Bloomberg and his travelers are trying to eat their cake and have it too.
Joe Biden claimed at the ninth Democrat presidential debate on Wednesday that the American middle class is getting killed under President Donald Trump’s economy and the poor have no way up.
Sen. (D-MA) Elizabeth Warren falsely claimed during the Democrat debate in Nevada that there’s “a entrepreneurship gap in America.”
“This is ridiculous, we’re not going to throw out capitalism, we tired that, other countries tried that, it was called communism and it just didn’t work,” Bloomberg said.
While the enormous increase in government spending would create jobs, many more would likely be eliminated by the Green New Deal.
Attorney General William Barr attacked Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act on Wednesday, suggesting that online platforms have not done enough to tackle sex trafficking and other problems that plague the Internet.
Researchers at McAfee reportedly used a 2-inch strip of tape on a 35-mph speed limit sign to trick two Tesla vehicles into misreading the signs as 85-mph and accelerating 50 mph to match the modified sign.