Prime Minister Boris Johnson could start trade negotiations with the United States before the European Union, signalling to Brussels he is serious about diverging from the bloc after Brexit.
The nation’s immigration policies are built on a back-room corporatist bargain between Democrats and cheap-labor businesses, says an op-ed published in the New York Times.
Democrat Sen. Dick Durbin is criticizing President Donald Trump for failing to protect blue-collar Americans from companies that prefer to hire H-2B visa workers.
As it turns out, Breitbart has been right all along. Tariffs did not squeeze American consumers.
Although manufacturing grew, overall industrial output slumped on lower utilities output thanks to nicer weather.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey reportedly asked Tesla CEO Elon Musk how he should fix the social media platform, Musk reportedly told Dorsey that “bots and troll armies” were the issue to focus on.
A group of companies behind now-defunct apps is suing Facebook, alleging that the company took part in an “anticompetitive scheme” that destroyed their business prospects.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has announced plans to review a petition requesting that the administration investigate 500,000 Tesla vehicles over reports of sudden unintended acceleration, in which vehicles suddenly accelerate without human control — complainants often report their foot wasn’t even on the gas pedal when incidents occur.
Consumer sentiment begins the year at an elevated level thanks to plentiful jobs and soaring stock prices.
“It’s useful now to see that we’re finally cracking down on those things,” Navarro said. “Good for this president.”
December saw a huge and unexpected boom in homebuilding.
The second-largest economy grew 6.1% in 2019 as trade war took a serious toll.
Alfredo Ortiz of Job Creators Network writes at FOXBusiness that the bipartisan Senate passage of the USMCA trade deal is not only a victory for the country but, in particular, for small business job creators.
The foreign-born share of the U.S. workforce is slightly declining as President Donald Trump’s “Hire American” economy pulls millions of sidelined Americans into the job market.
Angela Merkel’s comments undercut a key Democratic talking point: that the U.S. should work with its allies to pressure China.
Let’s look back at all the things our corrupt political and media “experts” assured and reassured us Trump could not or would not do … just before he went ahead and did.
The U.S. Senate overwhelmingly approved the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement on Thursday, delivering President Donald Trump a major legislative victory in a presidential election year.
Another bullish sign for the economy: manufacturing appears to be regaining its footing and expanding once more.
According to recent reports, Tesla owners are unintentionally purchasing software upgrades for their vehicles which range from $4,000 to almost $10,000. Despite the fact that the purchases were unintentional and compared by one Tesla owner to a “butt dial,” Elon Musk’s company initially refused to refund the purchases.
Audio giant Bose is reportedly closing all of its retail stores in America and Canada, along with Europe, Japan, and Australia in a move towards an entirely digital sales plan. The company will keep about half of its global locations open, concentrating on China, India, and several other asian markets.
Frankfurt am Main (AFP) – German prosecutors on Wednesday said they were investigating three people who allegedly spied for China, with media reporting that a German former EU diplomat was among the suspects. “We can confirm an investigation into suspected
China’s willingness to give up its predatory practices will be tested by the phase one trade deal.
Data from the Commerce Department Thursday confirms retail sales were as strong as they seemed in December.
The economy is starting 2020 on a strong note.
Former Vice President Joe Biden’s trade agenda in the 2020 Democrat presidential primary replicates then-candidate Barack Obama’s trade promises in 2008 — promises that ultimately led to the Obama-Biden White House pushing the job-killing Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) free trade deal.
The phase one trade deal’s simplicity is its greatest strength.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) again criticized the USMCA trade agreement for its retrenchment of legal immunities for big tech companies, which allow companies like Twitter, YouTube and Facebook to censor at will, during a hearing of the Senate Commerce Committee.