In an interview with CNBC at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, President Donald Trump praised Tesla CEO Elon Musk stating that he is “one of our very smart people, and we want to cherish those people.”
Chancellor of the Exchequer Sajid Javid has repeated the Conservative government’s position that the UK will diverge from EU regulations after the Brexit transition period.
E-commerce giant Amazon is reportedly promising to give more data on counterfeit goods to law enforcement to crack down on fake items on its platform.
The prestigious University of Pennsylvania may lose $1.2 million in public subsidies from Philadelphia over its refusal to pay the city’s mandated $15.00 minimum wage to entry-level security staffers.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) is seeking public comment on a proposal issued Wednesday defining what can and cannot be labeled a service animal on an aircraft.
Speaking at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Google CEO Sundar Pichai stated that the tech giant is setting its sights on the healthcare business and promised to respect patient privacy.
Boeing has halted production on the troubled 737 Max fleet. Internal issues including software problems and questionable safety features with the 737 Max led to two crashes that took the lives of all passengers and crew on board.
More left-wing journalists are waking up to the fact that unaccountable Silicon Valley corporations are ranking Americans with a system that bears a growing resemblance to China’s totalitarian “social credit” system — almost a year after Breitbart Tech pointed out the same thing.
“They’re going to make a deal, because they have to. They have to. They have no choice,” Trump said in Davos.
President Donald Trump is preparing to widen his travel ban to include a broader range of countries — and to expand the penalties for countries that do not update their airline security measures.
President Trump has condemned the EU’s protectionism, remarking Boris Johnson had “guts” in taking on the continental power bloc.
The economy of the United Kingdom has once again refused to conform to the doom and gloom prophecies of anti-Brexit economists, posting record job numbers ahead of Britain’s withdrawal from the European Union.
The northern English city of Hull is set to become the first city in the United Kingdom to try to adopt a universal basic income scheme, despite the failure of similar schemes to reduce poverty and joblessness in America and Finland.
Socialist Emmerson Mnangagwa’s regime in Zimbabwe signed a currency deal with China this week in a bid to stabilize its struggling economy and improve trade links around the world.
Aircraft giant Boeing is now seeking $10 billion in loans in the aftermath of the 737 Max crisis. The flawed 737 Max fleet suffered two fatal crashes that claimed the lives of all passengers and crew on board before being grounded by the FAA and other global air traffic authorities.
According to a recent report, K-12 schools around the country are having to treat students for separation anxiety after implementing policies that require students to hand over their smartphones. One school’s solution was to buy locking pouches for smartphones, which
Apple reportedly abandoned plans to allow iPhone users to encrypt their backups in the company’s iCloud service after the FBI complained that it would impede investigations.
Hospitals have reportedly granted Microsoft, IBM, Amazon, and Google access to detailed patient information as part of deals to process millions of medical records.
Elon Musk’s Tesla has called claims that its vehicles suffer from sudden unintended acceleration (SUA) “completely false.”
President Donald Trump told the world leaders assembled at the World Economic Forum in Davos they should all embrace economic nationalism, and pointed to America’s success as proof of that.
Canada’s progressive leaders are helping to strip-mine Nigeria’s core of educated professionals — without regard for the damage it is causing to the developing African country, says an article posted by the Atlantic magazine.
“A nation’s highest duty is to its own citizens. Honoring this truth is the only way to build faith and confidence in the market system,” Trump said.
In an escalation of protests against pension reforms by President Macron, union workers cut power to the world’s largest wholesale market.
President Donald Trump held up America’s middle class as the primary beneficiaries of the U.S. economic boom in his address to the World Economic Forum Tuesday.
President Donald Trump told the World Economic Forum Tuesday that the United States is living in the midst of a massive “blue-collar boom” that is targeting the lower classes.
President Donald Trump has talked up the prospect of a “tremendous” trade deal with the United Kingdom during his keynote Davos Speech.
The globalist International Monetary Fund has enjoyed a spectacular change of tone over Brexit, and is predicting growth.