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President Donald Trump will meet with Apple CEO Tim Cook on Wednesday. On the agenda: Trump's relationship with China, recently imposed tariffs, and trade. Apple,... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump said Treasury Secretary Mnuchin will go to China in the coming days. The meeting will come amid increased tensions due to new... [Read More]
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A new report from the congressional Joint Committee on Taxation analyzed benefits from different parts of the new GOP tax law. The JCT found the... [Read More]
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Sen. Bernie Sanders will introduce a plan to guarantee every American a job paying $15 an hour, according to a new report. The plan comes... [Read More]
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The Trump administration is moving forward with a new plan to expand the use of short-term health insurance policies. Democrats said the new plan would... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump has begun a pursuit of protectionist trade policies — like tariffs. Major economic groups including the Federal Reserve, World Trade Organization, and... [Read More]
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Zach Gibson/Getty Images The group Tax March is buying $300,000 worth of ads in Nevada to attack the new GOP tax law. Nevada... [Read More]
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A new Congressional Budget Office report on the Republican tax law found a significant amount of its benefits would go to foreign investors. Between 2018... [Read More]
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Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images Lee Hsien Loong, the prime minister of Singapore, warned in an op-ed that a US-China trade war could endanger global... [Read More]
Steven Senne/AP Images The Tampa Bay Times, one of the largest newspapers in the US, will lay off around 50 people. The publication... [Read More]
President Donald Trump tweeted Tuesday that the US would likely not get back into the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact. The tweet came five days after... [Read More]
The Federal Reserve reported in its latest Beige Book that US businesses are wary of President Donald Trump's new trade policies. In particular, manufacturers were... [Read More]
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