In the business and investing world, corporate mergers and acquisitions activities often end up as immensely polarizing events.
Nearly perfect economic conditions, low inflation and low unemployment should lead to a rosy US economic forecast for 2020 and beyond.
WASHINGTON — Recently released data shows that the annual Federal government budget deficit for the fiscal year (FY) 2019 increased to nearly $1 trillion. That’s more than 25% higher than the $779 billion deficit incurred during FY 2018. President Trump said during his 2016 presidential campaign that he would reduce the annual deficit. How will ...
The proposed Elizabeth Warren tax on wealth is unfair, counter-productive, growth-killing and downright un-American. And likely a disaster in the making.
The Federal Reserve is responsible for the Great Depression and 2008 recession. Now they want to control Real Time Payments (RTP) What could go wrong?
The New York Times (NYT) suffers a lack of understanding about Opportunity Zones. Truth is that they invigorate poor areas and everyone benefits.
The number one idea of hard-left Democrats: endless giveaways to low-income Americans. But current Trump economic policies already help the poor.
Recently Business Insider oversaw almost 200 CEO’s from the largest US corporations attempted to re-define the role of business in society.
Americans benefit from the economies of scale, increased innovation, lower prices and stronger stock market returns that usually follow business mergers.
The Federal Reserve’s Monetary Policy is the cause of any economic slowing. The trigger for the drop in the stock market was the inverted yield curve.
An effective healthcare policy has three goals: cost, coverage and quality. The GOP and the Dems differ considerably on the order of these priorities.
Before the budget bill can be implemented, the Senate will have to pass it. Then President Trump will need to sign it before mid-September.
No one benefits from a dramatically increased $15 minimum wage. Congress should not increase it. Fortunately, the Senate will not approve the increase. And the President won’t sign it.
As automation and AI increases, many will re-train and find jobs. Others will be structurally unemployed. Mostly effecting those close to retirement age.
The US added 224,000 jobs in the month of June, a considerable jump from May figures. So how strong is the US economy, really?
In America, the country we have is the country we build. And what we have is what we get when we make that crucial choice to be heroes. Or victims.
The remarkable Donald Trump presides today over what history will eventually come to regard as a most exceptional presidency.
Last week's weak labor market data could mean the American economy is slowing. This slowing economy may signal the end of our post-recession recovery.
The NYTimes seems to be suffering from a lack of honesty when writing about Donald Trump's economic history and President Trump's economic policy.
So do tariffs actually impact the consumer? Yes, and no. Or not very much. Tariffs are on the coast to produce, which is far less than retail.