Archive for November 10th, 2017

Sgt. Joe Friday of the radio and television series Dragnet serves as an excellent example of how far we have come by constantly improving technology. And it is a reminder of why we should not be afraid of new technologies, even though they may make some jobs obsolete.
Today we mark an anniversary of something that most millennials would probably have a hard time wrapping their head around the anniversary of the first coast-to-coast direct-dial phone call. In an era when almost everyone carries a cell phone, and many do not have landlines at all, it is hard to believe that just 66 years…

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As the House and Senate work their way through the tax-cut-and-reform effort, let me make one thing clear: Both plans are pro-growth where the economic power comes from the business side. And where it comes from the personal side, there will be very little growth. That was always the bet.
During the spring and summer of 2016, economist Steve Moore and I, working with Trump campaign officials Steven Mnuchin and Stephen Miller, saw major tax reductions for large and small businesses as the centerpiece of the candidates tax policy. Whatever Congress came up with on the personal side, so be…

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The longer you wait to put money away, the harder it is — so here are some tips to help you get going

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Henry Walker reached to pick a melon from a display, and his foot became lodged in the pallet under the watermelon container.

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Prime-age working men have failed to return to the workplace and aren't likely to return, according to economists at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.

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By many measures, the city of Chicago — the third most populous in the U.S. — is doing well. The city's well-diversified economy has bounced back from the lost decade of the Great Recession, in terms of both output and employment levels:

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A slowing U.S. economy would exacerbate an expanding pension problem by resetting expectations about future market returns.

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<p>Few people younger than 30 might remember, but General Electric was once a model of corporate greatness.</p>

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Bitcoin dropped below $7,000 on Friday to trade more than 5 percent down on the day, having fallen by well over $1,000 since hitting an all-time high on Wednesday.

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President Donald Trump ripped into one of his favorite targets Thursday in Beijing.

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With details evolving, uncertainty remains, but House and Senate Republican proposals are unfavorable to those in high-cost states that are Democratic bastions.

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Carrier Corp., the HVAC manufacturer that had planned to move its operations to Mexico before President Trump staged a much-heralded intervention, is gearing up for a final round of layoffs.

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A slowing U.S. economy would exacerbate an expanding pension problem by resetting expectations about future market returns.

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