President Trump's budget proposal cuts funds for sustainability and crony capitalism hiding in HUD block grants to states.
Once again the price of economic ignorance will be borne mostly by those who are ignorant. By Bob Adelmann
Friday's Bureau of Labor Statistics employment report removes any doubt that Wednesday's robust jobs report was an aberration. By Bob Adelmann
The South Korean behemoth maker of consumer electronics, semi-conductors, ships, and telecommunications equipment was reported by the Wall Street Journal to be investing $300 million in facilities in South Carolina and simultaneously bringing 500 jobs back from Mexico to work there.
The ADP/Moody’s jobs report released on Wednesday showed job growth 50-percent ahead of Wall Street’s expectations: 298,000 jobs were created in February versus expectations of less than 200,000 by economists polled by the Wall Street Journal. The job growth was all across the spectrum, with construction and manufacturing sectors adding 106,000 new jobs.
The union representing AT&T workers in five southern states has reached a tentative agreement with AT&T Southwest that includes a promise to hire 3,000 American workers to do jobs previously done overseas.