No thanks to news outlets such as CNBC, Ford isn't in trouble. It's becoming leaner, meaner and more profitable.
In busy warehouses serving Seattle, Frankfurt, Milan, Amsterdam, and Manchester, Amazon is taking the tiring work employees were doing and giving it to robots.
Despite President Trump's promise of increased tariffs on Chinese imports, China's top trade official will visit the United States.
For the second time in six months the Federal Reserve has issued a warning about excessive corporate debt. But nothing was said about excessive government debt.
The BLS confirmed what the ADP reported on Wednesday: The U.S. economy continues its remarkable rebound, setting records along the way.
According to ADP and Moody’s, the economy added 275,000 new jobs in April, once again confounding those pessimistic forecasters.
As recently as March, many were saying that the U.S. economy for all intents and purposes had stalled in the first quarter of 2019, but the U.S. economy grew at an annualized rate of 3.2 percent in the first quarter of 2019.
Initial claims for unemployment insurance are the lowest seen since 1969, when the U.S. workforce was half the size that it is now. Raising the federal minimum wage, however, would put more people out of work.
It has taken two years to return the economy to full throttle, and its beneficiaries are now settling in for the rest of the trip.
Retail businesses lead all sectors in job cuts; 41,201 employees have lost jobs through February — 92 percent higher than the 21,484 job cuts made through February 2018.
When it comes to the beef industry — and the pork industry — USMCA is just NAFTA re-branded, and NAFTA was disastrous to the U.S. cattle industry.