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St. Louis, New York, Chicago: fast food workers are striking for a living wage around the country. Detroit is following suit.
Wave after wave of good news about Tesla Motors washed over it today. It is a very good day for CEO Elon Musk and a bad one for the company's critics.
Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is blocking a bill cracking down on offshore tax havens in an attempt to stop the IRS from developing a database of Americans' financial assets.
Many conservatives and liberals believe that "Too Big to Fail" is bad policy and that breaking up some of the largest banks is necessary. Political will is building for Congress to take action.
Warren Buffett, with his market prowess, ample cash and ability to be in the right place at the right time, has evolved into a rescue mission for troubled companies.
Yesterday the AFL-CIO hosted a youth economic policy forum to discuss the issues that directly affect young workers and the unemployed.
While the West wrings its hands over scenes of drought and dead children and wants to “save” Ethiopia, the Chinese see a fast growing economy with 90 million consumers and business to be had.