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In the face of potential U.S. tariffs, French President Emmanuel Macron holds firm on a tax for tech companies like Google and Amazon.
Google says it will team up with Citigroup and a small California credit union to offer checking accounts. A flurry of such moves is underway.
With the U.S. economy expanding for an 11th year, most of Jerome Powell's predecessors would have focused on the threat of inflation. Why isn't he?
Dunkin’ takes its Beyond Sausage Sandwich national this week, and other chains are also seeing surprising mainstream appeal for plant-based ‘meats.’
Pessimism about the future is a defining feature for regions of “despair,” but minority populations in those areas have a higher sense of optimism.
The vacation destination is struggling to collect taxes from short-term rental operators and many hosts run their business without a permit.
As Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg testifies before Congress this week, some say the company’s culture allowed safety lapses to occur.
A Louisiana case is one of many efforts underway to streamline occupational licensing rules so consumer protection doesn’t stifle work opportunities.
Vice President Mike Pence says the NBA acts like a “subsidiary of the authoritarian regime,” in the latest sign of free-speech concerns with China.
To satisfy an increasing appetite for online food orders, virtual restaurants, which only cook for takeout or delivery, are taking off nationwide.
The U.S. has embraced exports. Canada keeps them out to manage its milk supply. Global markets pose a challenge to both.
A four-week-old strike is about worker pay, but the talks will also help determine whether Detroit car makers are positioned for an electric future.
Unemployment is low, but interest rates remain stubbornly off the Federal Reserve's target. Fed Chairman Jerome Powell is open to anyone with answers.
Nationwide, the manufacturing sector is essentially in recession. But in a politically pivotal Wisconsin County, economic alarm bells aren’t ringing.
Manufacturers face an increasingly unstable global economy as EU leaders threaten countermeasures for new U.S. tariffs, which go into effect Oct. 18.
A federal probe of UAW leaders has widened over the past year. Analysts say the taint could embolden both sides in a labor-talk impasse with GM.
The company faces increasing pressure on the state and federal levels. Massachusetts declared vaping a public health emergency and has stopped sales.
While they support efforts to fight climate change, the fishing industry says wind farms could dramatically impact how and where they fish.
Poultry processing plants have increasingly relied on immigrant workers to fill jobs with low pay and significant safety risks.
About 49,000 members of UAW struck at 55 General Motors facilities in the U.S. just before midnight Sunday. GM has factories in nine states.
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