United States Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen, an economic globalist, is seemingly waving the white flag on globalism, suggesting that economic nationalist policies will be “necessary” to reshoring supply chains to the U.S. from overseas.
Amazon Suffers Massive Web Services Crash, Shutting Down Services Like Disney+
An indication that the Delta variant may have depressed consumer spending more than expected.
Elon Musk has once again slammed Joe Biden’s $555 billion infrastructure bill, calling it “crazy,” and calling on lawmakers not to pass it, despite its subsidies for electric vehicles.
Among independents who own small businesses, support for Biden fell from 51 percent in the third quarter to just 33 percent now.
One hundred twenty-three massive transatlantic ships Monday were waiting to unload cargo at California’s Los Angeles and Long Beach and ports.
Vishal Garg, the CEO of digital mortgage company Better.com, recently fired more than 900 employees via a single Zoom meeting last week, which is about 15 percent of the company’s workforce. Garg later accused “at least 250” staffers of working just two hours a day.
The rise of exports means more income for U.S. producers, an economic positive, but it also increases the risk that inflation will continue to accelerate. Rising foreign demand for U.S. goods and services can push up prices for domestic consumers.
The White House is sending out its operatives to push the establishment media into presenting the Biden administration’s frightful economic news more positively, CNN’s Brian Stelter and Oliver Darcy reported Monday.
Facebook-owned Instagram is introducing a set of parental control features in March of 2022 that it claims will give parents and guardians more oversight over their teens’ social media usage. The announcement comes just days before Instagram head Adam Mosseri will appear before the Senate.
Labor costs are soaring by more than expected.
Mike Bloomberg’s pro-migration advocacy group is merging with the advocacy spinoff of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
There’s money in misery, a study affirmed Tuesday, as it revealed the share of household wealth owned by global billionaires soared by a record amount during the coronavirus pandemic. Millionaires were not far behind.
A plan by President Joe Biden to give amnesty to millions of illegal aliens would cost American taxpayers nearly $500 billion over the course of two decades, a new analysis reveals.
Adam Townsend, investor and venture capitalist, advised political observers to monetize their knowledge through investment while warning against the wasteful expenditure of emotional capital on Monday’s edition of the Breitbart News Daily podcast with host Alex Marlow.
The supply chain necessary to produce electric vehicles is littered with nations that abuse human rights and environmental best practices.
The online behemoth Amazon is trying to bypass the supply chain crisis by hiring private shipping vessels to transport products globally.
The forecast for the fourth quarter has gone from 5.1 percent inflation to six percent, even while growth expectations have been downgraded.
Consumers’ Research, an educational nonprofit dedicated to consumer information, released state-specific ads along with sending a letter to the ten governors whose state’s public pensions are heavily invested in China-investing BlackRock, warning that they are putting American security, along with billions of dollars, at risk with the Chinese Communist Party.
Stocks bounce as signs emerge that the Omicron variant may lead to milder illness than feared.
In a recent letter to Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, a group of academics stated that internal Facebook research into the effects of the platform is “doomed to fail,” and the company should allow third-party groups to review the impact of Zuckerberg’s platforms on young people.
Regulators are asking questions about the deal to bring Donald Trump’s new social media company to the stock market, one that has attracted both legions of fans of the former president and people looking to make a quick profit
A prominent Sony executive who worked on the company’s massively popular Playstation gaming console has reportedly been fired after being accused by a group of amateur pedophile hunters in an online sting operation. The group claims that George Cacioppo gave his address to someone he thought was a 15-year-old boy for an alleged sexual encounter, but it was really a participant in the sting operation.
Spotify has reportedly removed the work of hundreds of comedians including popular stars such as John Mulaney, Jim Gaffigan, and Kevin Hart after the comedians pushed to receive royalties for jokes they wrote when they are played on the service.
Not long after receiving a $750 million cash infusion, an online startup valued at $7 billion laid off hundreds of workers in a way many described as harsh.
President Joe Biden has slashed the deportation of illegal migrants from inside the United States by roughly 90 percent, so helping business groups by flooding the nation’s labor market with desperate, low-wage workers.
In an interview on this week’s Fox News Channel’s broadcast of “Sunday Morning Futures,” Sen. John Kennedy (R-LA) slammed President Joe Biden’s Build Back Better agenda.
A new Zoom feature will allow meeting hosts and co-hosts to use calendar integrations from Google and Microsoft to see if attendees joined their meeting on time.
Facebook (now known as Meta) has reportedly co-developed a platform that asks people to submit their nude photographs and videos to prevent them from being used as “revenge porn” across Facebook’s platforms. Mark Zuckerberg and the Masters of the Universe expect users to fully trust them not only with every private detail of their life, but also with their nude bodies.
The Biden climate agenda is the Green New Deal in disguise. For American greens, it’s climate first. For Chinese leaders, it’s China first.
On Saturday’s “Fox News Live,” Rep. Emanuel Cleaver (D-MO) argued that if there’s a positive from the Omicron variant, it’s that it “created a level of fear that in the long run’s going to be good for the economy and
Dallas Mavericks Owner Mark Cuban purchased a small unpopulated Texas town about 60 miles south of Dallas “to help out a friend.”
Democrats are openly arguing that more wage-cutting migrants should be imported to shrink the inflation that is threatening President Joe Biden’s political future.
Police are warning citizens around the country of scam artists who pretend to play the violin at shopping centers and parking lots while an instrumental plays through a speaker.
Sen. Ted Cruz is pushing for reinstating sanctions against Russia for the pipeline it is building to export natural gas to Germany.
A.P. Moller-Maersk A/S, the world’s largest shipping company, on Wednesday announced it would pay $1,000 bonuses to each of its 80,000 employees after projecting a record $17 billion in profits for 2021.
On Friday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Jose Díaz-Balart Reports,” Rep. Raul Ruiz (D-CA) stated that the November jobs report “is phenomenal news for all of us,” and that “all of our communities are just going to get back to work and