Some of the hedge funds that long ago made bets on the recovery of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac have greatly benefited in the first few weeks of 2019 as a Trump appointee ascended to become the acting chief of the regulator in control of mortgage giants.
The Supreme Court on Monday denied review of a major challenge to the constitutionality of the CFPB and Dodd-Frank, resulting from the understandable recusal of Justice Brett Kavanaugh, who was still a judge on the federal appeals court handling the case on its way to the justices when the case was pending before that court.
Trump administration officials will not make the trek to the Davos World Economic Forum this month in light of the partial government shutdown.
Teachers on strike in Los Angeles attempted to stop non-union substitutes from arriving at the Robert F. Kennedy Community Schools on Thursday morning, as the local union continued its strike into a fourth day.
Lighthizer still opposes giving in but President Donald Trump is reportedly pressuring him to get a China deal done.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk revealed via Twitter today that the electric car manufacturer would be ending its popular customer referral program soon, stating that the program proved too costly.
A dead newborn baby was reportedly found in an Amazon warehouse trash can on Wednesday.
Apple CEO Tim Cook wrote an article for Time Magazine, Wednesday, in support of digital privacy and control through regulation.
The New York Times’ editors have posted an op-ed urging open borders.
Amazon, which has been the world’s largest bookseller for over two decades, recently launched a publishing house that could permanently change the book industry.
According to a recent report, the use of the word “family” caused many Google employees to freak out, arguing that the term was homophobic.
Jobless claims fell last week.