The WSJ report says that some of Steve Wynn 's employees, including massage therapists, are accusing him of harassment dating back several years.
Elon Musk, in this writer’s opinion, deftly conceals, via fawning PR, the two major, overriding flaws in whatever his business plan really is.
Krugman favors the social science approach to economics As such, he emphasizes the problems of income inequality, providing health insurance for all Americans and protecting consumers. Because of that position, he appears to not understand how business actually works.
If the lower U.S. price for a given product is deemed to be either the result of a foreign government subsidizing a given product, or of a foreign company selling products in the U.S. below their true production cost, a tariff is one way to level the playing field.
Rally 2018 resumed with a vengeance, and Wall Street records were shattered again as both the tech-heavy NASDAQ and the broad-based S&P 500 averages hit new record highs.
Obamacare’s complex, interlocking structure makes it extraordinarily difficult to take down in a single “repeal and replace” piece of legislation. Eroding Obamacare piece by piece may be a far more workable solution.
The time you take for that Intentional Pause, even just a minute or two, can really make a difference in your day. You end up energizing yourself rather than feeling depleted.
The Democrats were the ones that caved today. They suddenly dropped their raucously dishonest, pro-amnesty campaign that openly favored deliberately mis-named, illegal “Dreamers” over tax-paying American citizens – at least for the moment. The Schumer Shutdown was over almost before it had begun.
In plain sight but without publicity, a small group of well-known companies have partially morphed into what we might call covert marijuana stocks.
Until Sessions’ announcement, most cannabis stocks as well as MJX were flying higher than most legalized pot customers. As of today, these risky, battered cannabis stocks are trying to claw their way back up to their previous highs.
Now that it’s 2018, millions of taxpayers across America are still wondering: Will I get a tax cut or a tax hike? The answer for a substantial majority of U.S. taxpayers is, “Yes, I’ll get a tax cut.”
Automakers are growing even more concerned of car hacking as vehicles become more high-tech. They warn that the threat could become more serious as driverless vehicles begin to hit the open road.
According to the Institute for Women’s Policy Research (IWPR), women earn about 20% less than men who do the same job. Although the gap has been narrowing, IWPR estimates it will take another 41 years for the gender pay gap to disappear.
Just as we're beginning to re-adjust to what passes for normal life, the Martin Luther King, Jr. national holiday is upon us. MLK Day this year is celebrated this coming Monday, January15, 2018.
Michael Wolff's part fact but mostly fiction-and-hearsay book – penned an author already known for his slipshod research and sloppy writing – has focused the media on Crazy Trump instead. They should be looking at the stock market instead.
In the end, Trump got the results he wanted from the meeting. He wanted to discuss fixing the DACA problem, funding the border wall, ending the visa lottery and ending chain immigration. The committee agreed to discuss all four points.
When stock market action re-launched on January 2, 2018, lo and behold! The Trump Rally returned with a vengeance. Investors absolutely adore this President’s economic policies.
The US Government Accountability Office (GAO Online Gun Sales) releases their November 2017 report on Internet Firearm Sales - ATF Enforcement Efforts and Outcomes of GAO Covert Testing
The small but growing crop of marijuana-based stocks – companies created to grow, sell and promote the purchase and use of recreational marijuana in several states where it’s been legalized – took a shellacking after Sessions’ announcement.
Looking at the long-term charts, the Dogs of the Dow tend to outperform the full Dow, and have enjoyed an average annual total return of 8.6 percent from 2000 through 2016, compared to the average annual return of the Dow, which was 6.9 percent in the same period.