With the dead weight of federal regulations being reduced, American consumers and small business owners are enjoying the freedom and the savings. By Bob Adelmann
San Francisco is at it again with its nanny-state policies, this time having the honor of being the first city to officially ban the sale of e-cigarettes and vape pens within city limits.
High-tax states are already seeing high earners flee because of those high taxes. A provision of the Trump tax cuts limiting deductions on state and local taxes will surely exacerbate the situation.
It’s far too early to be writing off the longest-running economic expansion in history, as some in the media appear to be doing.
Market forecaster Yves Lamoureux is forecasting that the Dow will hit 40,000 within the next two years, but with a caveat: There’s another “event” that will occur first.
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.