JPMorgan Chase & Co. allegedly terminated Lori Flynn’s credit cards due to the bank’s concerns of “reputational risk.”
President Joe Biden gave a speech on Thursday about the economy, claiming that Americans making under $400,000 would not see a tax increase despite the ‘infrastructure’ bill raising tax brackets over time if passed.
Ohio State Rep. Douglas Swearingen (R-OH-89), Ohio Republican senate primary contender J.D. Vance, and The Claremont Institute’s Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence have filed an amicus brief in State of Ohio v. Google, a case filed against the tech giant by the state’s attorney general, taking aim at its allegedly anti-competitive practices.
Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo on Thursday’s broadcast of “CNN Newsroom” touted the vaccine mandate for companies recently announced by President Joe Biden.
The pace of inventory accumulation by U.S. businesses slowed in July but the extent of the slump was partially hidden by high inflation. Business inventories rose 0.5 percent following a 0.9 percent increase in June, the Commerce Department said on
The FTC has alleged that hundreds of deals made by tech giants like Facebook and Google were not reviewed by merger watchdogs, fueling the companies’ unchecked growth. Events like gaining voting control of rivals, buying patents, and outright buyouts of small tech companies are a key part of the arsenal used by the largest Big Tech companies to maintain their stranglehold over the internet.
The Federal Reserve is reviewing the ethics policies that cover the financial holdings of its senior officials in the wake of disclosures that two regional Fed presidents engaged in extensive trading last year
The latest Philly Fed manufacturing survey showed widespread inflation amid softening demand growth.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich urged Republicans this week to take advantage of the excesses of the Democrats to rebrand them as “Big Government Socialists.”
White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain claimed Wednesday the $3.5 trillion Infrastructure package would “cost zero.”
The U.S. has successfully prevented the Taliban terror group from accessing roughly $10 billion in reserves in Afghanistan’s central bank, the New York Post reported Tuesday.
Just 18 of 53 legislators in the Congressional Black Caucus signed a letter urging top Democrats to push four big unpopular amnesties through Congress.
Inflation expectations of U.S. businesses keep climbing and businesses see it sticking around, suggesting that it may turn out that the view that inflation would be “transitory” is what turns out to be transitory.
The stock trading app Robinhood, notorious for its actions against GameStop and other “meme stock” investors, has kicked off a nationwide effort to convince students to trade stocks using its app, including a $20,000 giveaway offering to young people.
Democrats enrich companies like Amazon with “green energy” tax credits while posturing as economic populists, Rep. Drew Ferguson (R-GA) said.
A recent article from Wired outlines how tech giants including Google and Apple are finding themselves increasingly under the scrutiny of global antitrust regulators. When countries like South Korea force tech giants to change policies within the country such as easing their stranglehold over app developers, the changes often occur on a global level.
Ireland’s Data Protection Commission, which is the lead EU regulator for many tech giants, has reportedly launched two investigations into the Chinese-owned video platform TikTok. The two investigations center on the platform’s collection of the personal data of minors and the transfer of user data to China.
U.S. industrial production slowed to a 0.4% gain in August as shutdowns of petroleum refineries and petrochemical plants caused by Hurricane Ida curbed manufacturing activity.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) said Tuesday he is not “bluffing” on Senate Republicans’ stand on the debt ceiling.
No sign of inflation pressures becoming “transitory” in the New York Fed’s manufacturing survey.
Because inflation rose by more than one percent above target its governorwill have to write a letter to Treasury explaining what’s going on.
Democrats are looking for ways to pay for their $3.5 trillion spending plan, including raising corporate taxes.
Democrat draft amnesties would further skew the flow of federal aid to the big coastal states, according to data touted by pro-amnesty groups.
The Democrats’ $3.5 trillion infrastructure bill would break President Joe Biden’s pledge not to increase taxes on working-class Americans.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) urged the Federal Reserve to break up Wells Fargo, pointing to the persistent stream of scandals pouring forth from America’s third largest bank by assets.
Bacon prices are up 17 percent compared with a year ago. Eggs are up 9.9 percent. Even salad dressing is getting more expensive.
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) on Tuesday reacted to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) sporting a designer dress with the message “Tax the Rich” across the back at Monday’s Met Gala.