A recent ban on photo-taking devices inside Chinese state granaries has prompted concern China could be suffering from a grain shortage, the South China Morning Post (SCMP) reported Monday.
President Donald Trump should instruct Secretary of the Treasury Steven Mnuchin to withhold the salaries of members of Congress until they can pass a bill determining the extension of federal unemployment benefits to millions of Americans.
Reporters with the White House Press Corps pressed the Trump administration, via Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany, on Tuesday on the question of shutting down the U.S. economy down in an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
The attorneys general of New York and California will investigate the market dominance of Amazon and its online marketplace in partnership with the FTC.
Google’s new real-time captions feature, Live Caption, will soon be able to eavesdrop on voice and video calls to transcribe them as you speak. The feature is troubling in light of Google’s shaky history on privacy. In 2019, user audio recorded by Google Assistant was leaked to the media, who revealed that contractors around the world regularly listened to recordings of Google users without their knowledge.
Social media network Twitter disclosed on Monday that after receiving a draft complaint from the FTC, it expects to be fined as much as $250 million for collecting personal information from users for security reasons and then using the data for targeted advertising purposes.
There is no shortage of U.S. technology graduates, says a detailed study in Bloomberg.com, which normally echoes Fortune 500 employers in demanding more imported H-1B visa-workers.
The Home Depot is opening three facilities in the Atlanta area, and the company is looking for 1,000 people to fill positions in those new outlets.
Home prices are up 4.9 percent compared with a year ago. In June, they rose a full one-percent as buyers rushed to escape the confines of the places where they spent the coronavirus lockdown.
Sales of durable goods and autos were particularly strong, showing no signs the recovery slowing.
The Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) has denied recent claims it lost 48 million barrels of crude oil it shipped to China, Nigerian newspaper This Day reported on Monday.
Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán has pushed back on claims that conservative-led Central European countries defying Brussels on migrant quotas and other globalist policies survive on EU funds, saying simply: “Like hell we do!”
American professionals are increasingly competing for limited tech jobs in the United States amid stay-at-home orders spurred by the Chinese coronavirus crisis, the latest job-seeker data reveals.
“Let this serve as a warning to any federally appointed board,” Trump said at the White House. “If you betray American workers, then you will hear two simple words: ‘you’re fired.'”
Monday on Fox News Channel’s “America’s Newsroom,” Sen. John Barrasso (R-WY) reacted to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s (D-CA) proposed spending in the negotiations for the next coronavirus stimulus relief package.
President Donald Trump said Monday that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democrats are blocking the fourth proposed round of aid to Americans suffering the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
President Donald Trump signed an executive order Monday which curbs the H-1B outsourcing of jobs at government agencies, including the government-controlled Tennessee Valley Authority.
Blix, the developers of the “BlueMail” app, alleges that Google removed their email app from its mobile Play Store just days after the developer revealed that they were cooperating with a House antitrust investigation of the tech giant.
A fall in single family home building dragged down overall construction spending. That’s likely to reverse in the months ahead.
A man allegedly used a check printed off his home computer to buy a Porsche in Okaloosa County, Florida, on July 27.
On Monday’s broadcast of “CNN Newsroom,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) stated that she is not willing to negotiate on the $600 federal unemployment benefit amount during the current coronavirus economic relief package negotiations and that she wouldn’t support decreasing
New Jersey’s Democratic-run legislature is allowing illegal migrants to take tens of thousands of licensed and professional jobs from Americans.
More than 125 companies owned by or linked to China have received hundreds of millions of dollars in Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loans meant for American small businesses during the Chinese coronavirus crisis, a report alleges.
Big pharmaceutical corporations are raking in billions from American taxpayers through the United States government deals that are funding research for a vaccine to the Chinese coronavirus.
A young man in Alpharetta, Georgia, received a much-needed and unexpected gift from his fellow employee not long ago.
A 14-year-old girl has raised $14,000 to help senior dogs left behind at shelters find permanent and loving homes.
Apple CEO Tim Cook recently told Congress that all app developers are treated equally in Apple’s App Store, but a report from Bloomberg alleges that Apple halved its App Store fee to get Amazon Prime Video on its mobile devices and TV set-top box.