A global glut of steel and aluminum puts pressure on a domestic industry that the president says is vital for national security. He says tariffs will push back against unfair trade practices, but critics worry about 'trade war' risk.
The installation of infrastructure for ultrafast 5G networks are impeding the public's right of way, critics say. Local authorities, under new laws passed in 16 states, have no control over where antennas are placed and how much cities can charge companies for using public property.
Lawyers are increasingly providing legal counsel digitally as clients become less interested in funding lavish workspaces. The idea also appeals to workers seeking a reprieve from the hourly demands of a traditional law practice.
People climb to the Great St. Bernard Pass with Saint Bernard dogs from the Fondation Barry in the Swiss Alps, near Bourg-Saint-Pierre, Switzerland, on March 23.
The new program, aimed at winning over travelers who aren't sure they can trust the star rating system, comes at at time when the company's growth has been slowing.
Iceland's bountiful supply of renewable energy sources has made the country a magnet for bitcoin 'miners,' who require huge amounts of power to produce the cryptocurrency.
Health care, technology, and industrial companies all took outsize losses and energy companies sank with oil prices. Analysts say after big market gains in 2017 stocks were overdue for a drop.
The four-year downward trend in unemployment is translating to rising wages as average pay increased more than 3 percent last year for half of the country.