Gig-based tech companies such as Uber and Lyft are resisting the legislation. But who would the real winners and losers be?
The two latest jobs reports confirm that the U.S. economy remains on solid footing, growing across every sector and putting additional pressure on China to come to terms in the tariff war with President Trump.
The claim that since million-dollar homes in Aspen are taking up to three years to sell means that a recession is coming is ludicrous. Looking at where the rest of us spend our money, things continue to be rosy.
The Business Roundtable’s new “statement on the purpose of a corporation” puts stockholder interests last, behind the interests of customers, employees, suppliers, and local communities.
A weaker dollar could awaken bond investors from their decades-long slumber. They would be forced to conclude that the U.S. government is not the AAA-rated credit risk they think it is.
Several reports confirm the remarkable strength of the U.S. economy, even as the rest of the world looks sluggish.
President Donald Trump wants Jerome Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, to cut the Fed Funds rate by a full percentage point Wednesday afternoon, but he probably won't cut that much — all at once, that is.
The Treasury Department announced on July 29 that the federal government is scheduled to borrow nearly $1 trillion this fiscal year, the greatest amount in six years.