Auto manufacturers Ford and General Motors are reportedly working hard to bring their electric pickup trucks to market ahead of Elon Musk’s Tesla.
CNBC published an article recently taking issue with Google’s argument that the tech giant competes with “lots of companies” in the advertising industry.
Auto sales jumped higher. Online sales were surprisingly strong. But we spent less on food, dining out, and in deparment stores.
Airbus is reportedly testing a new digital platform on its A350-900 test plane which would monitor every passenger action, from chosen meal preferences to in-flight purchases and even bathroom habits.
AT&T is expecting to lose over 1 million TV subscribers in the third quarter of this year, amid increased competition from online streaming services. Meanwhile, AT&T’s shareholders are telling the company that buying DirecTV was a big mistake.
Lower taxes and a warmer climate are the two reasons why billionaire Carl Icahn is moving his business from New York to Miami, Florida, according to reports.
Democrat-run, migrant-packed California leads the nation in poverty, according to a Census Bureau report which considers the cost of housing alongside Americans’ income from wages and salaries.
Consumers in the first weeks of September felt better about both current conditions and their expectations for the future.
Black Americans are experiencing an economic renaissance under President Donald Trump — thanks to economic growth, not redistribution.
Elizabeth Warren embraced the idea that the U.S. should limit access to our markets and defend American interests in trade deals
Democrats attacked President Donald Trump’s trade policies on Thursday night while offering no specific alternatives.
President Donald Trump downplayed rumors of an “interim deal” with China to make progress in the trade negotiations. “There’s no easy or hard,” Trump said. “There’s a deal or there’s not a deal.”
Rep. Ilhan Omar said on Thursday that the bill she and other lawmakers are introducing is the first step to a federal job guarantee.
New data from the Consumer Price Index once again demonstrate that tariffs are not raising prices for consumers.
A Harvard higher education expert predicts that 25 percent of American colleges will shut their doors within the next two decades based on rising costs and falling admissions.
Financial institutions used to rely primarily on credit scores when giving out loans. Now they are considering unconventional criteria like whether applicants shop at discount stores, subscribe to magazines or pay their phone bills on time, according to a new report.
As antitrust investigations into Google heat up, business owners are speaking out against one of the company’s ad practices, known as “conquesting.” Edible Arrangements CEO Tariq Farid says the practice is “killing” business for his franchisees, and Basecamp CEO Jason Fried called the tactic “a shakedown” and “ransom.”
Democrat Reps. Ilhan Omar and Bonnie Watson Coleman hold a press conference in support of the “Federal Jobs Guarantee Development Act.”
The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) has ordered Google to allow its employees to speak their minds on political and workplace issue, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Ken Paxton, the Attorney General of Texas, told SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Tonight this week that Google is largely unaffected by the recent $170 million fine they received from the Federal Trade Commission over charges that they illegally collected and shared data from children on YouTube. According to Paxton, “The FTC fine was pocket change for part of the day for Google.”
Uber struck a defiant note Wednesday, saying that it won’t reclassify drivers as employees despite a California law expected to take effect in January that would dramatically change the status of gig workers in the state. According to the company, drivers fall “outside the usual course of Uber’s business.”
(UPI) — Nearly 150 U.S. companies have signed and sent a letter to the U.S. Senate, urging the chamber to act on gun control legislation that requires tougher background checks on all gun sales and imposes strong “red flag” laws.
Initial claims for state unemployment benefits plunged 15,000 to a seasonally adjusted 204,000 for the week ended September 7.
At least Democrats are on message. The party even launched a campaign this summer in seven battleground states to make the case that the Trump economy is actually bad.
President Donald Trump said Wednesday evening that he would delay proposed tariffs on China in October, as a positive gesture to Vice Premier Liu He.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has said that Brexit will result in the European Union having an “economic competitor at our door” and that the bloc would be weaker for Britain’s exit.
Trump kept up his criticism of the Fed on Friday, pointing out that the ECB has been much quicker to ease than the U.S. central bank.