The White House should stay the prime focus for markets Wednesday, and President Trump will decide the future of the "Trump trade." » Read More
By: Edward L. Glaeser, Harvard professor and senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute
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President Donald Trump may have resurrected a number of other oil and gas projects that were languishing. » Read More
Democrats' unveiled a proposal Tuesday for spending to repair infrastructure over the next ten years, Vox reports.
The Japanese automaker said the jobs were part of a $600 million upgrade of its plant in Princeton, Indiana.
Even though Trump has never run a Fortune 500 company, he's trying to run the country like one, writes Vox's Matt Yglesias.
Fink says: "We do not hesitate to exercise our right to vote against incumbent directors or misaligned executive compensation."
Team Trump gets away with so many whoppers because they embrace this one political truth, says Professor John Barry Ryan.
A detailed look at the years of more than 3 percent growth shows Trump may have the right ideas — for only parts of the economy.
The non-partison CBO said it forecast U.S. real gross domestic product growth in calendar year 2017 at 2.3 percent.
The protectionist rhetoric from the White House since President Donald Trump took office has rattled emerging economies.
President Donald Trump is betting on the wrong strategy to reduce the U.S. current account deficit, an analyst told CNBC.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership was an attempt to create a single market for the U.S. and countries that border the Pacific Ocean, NBC News reports.
In order to be confirmed in the role, Tillerson must be approved in the wider GOP-controlled Senate.
Donald Trump will have breakfast with the CEOs of General Motors, Ford and Fiat Chrysler as he pressures automakers to boost American employment.
Supermarket operator Kroger said it would fill 10,000 positions this year, joining a list of companies that have publicized routine hiring plans.
An ethics watchdog group Monday sued President Donald Trump, claiming that his business holdings put him in violation of the Constitution.
Trump also signed an order imposing a federal hiring freeze and a directive banning U.S. NGOs receive federal funding from providing abortions abroad.
The judge says the agreement is anticompetitive and would substantially lessen competition.
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