One aspect of American life that President Trump never tires of taking credit for is economic growth -- specifically, job growth. So you won't hear him pointing out the disturbing discrepancy in the employment figures ...Read more
When the 2019 NFL draft took over downtown Nashville last month, ESPN became a city within the city, with more than 600 staffers and freelancers on site, and its top executive, Jimmy Pitaro, surveyed the scene like its ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The White House announcement Friday that President Donald Trump has set a 180-day clock ticking on possible trade action against imports of cars and car parts from Japan and Europe brought strong pushback ...Read more
DETROIT -- Eighteen large institutional investors in General Motors banded together Friday to tell GM they want the carmaker to take aggressive action to protect federal fuel economy standards.
GM has said it wants one ...Read more
Forbes Travel Guide released its second Verified List last week, revealing the World's Best Hotel Rooms for 2019.
The list of winners showcases 41 properties spanning as many as 17 different countries. The properties were...Read more
DETROIT -- The first of 500 U.S. Ford Motor Co. salaried employees are expected to be notified in meetings Tuesday that they're being let go.
Ford's operations in Dearborn were quiet Tuesday morning ahead of the last ...Read more
DETROIT -- General Motors' app-based car sharing service known as Maven is exiting some markets after nearly three years of expansion.
Maven's move to leave or reduce its services in some of the 24 markets it's in ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The Trump administration held off on blacklisting Huawei Technologies Co. out of concern the move could disrupt trade negotiations with China and only took action after the last round of talks hit an impasse,...Read more
Elon Musk's growth story is looking more like a fable as Tesla Inc. enters survival mode.
Just over two weeks ago, Musk boasted to stock analysts and big investors that the company was on course to reach half a trillion ...Read more
NEW YORK -- For Columbia Sportswear Co., President Donald Trump's escalating trade war has snatched away the most finite resource of all: time.
Although the outdoor-gear maker was largely spared financial pain in the ...Read more
"I started a solo law practice last year. As part of my marketing efforts, I encourage my clients to post positive reviews on their websites and social media pages.
"Well, I just found out that a client posted a highly ...Read more
LOS ANGELES -- Scammers aren't dumb -- they stick with what works. It's always interesting, though, when a classic ruse gets dressed up in new clothes.
In this case, we're looking at a variation on a well-traveled bogus-...Read more
BENGALURU, India -- The world's largest election has become something of a test case in how technology giants handle fake news after years of scandal. It's not working out so well.
India has as many as 900 million voters ...Read more
SEATTLE -- Amazon is preparing to do something it's never done before: disclose its companywide greenhouse gas emissions.
The commerce giant has an extensive list of renewable energy and sustainability programs underway, ...Read more
BEIJING -- Life without Google is normal in China. About 1.4 billion Chinese people wake up each day to check WeChat instead of Gmail, navigate with Baidu instead of Google Maps, and watch videos on Youku instead of ...Read more
While Boeing's push to lift the grounding of the 737 Max is making headlines, federal prosecutors have been quietly gathering information to determine if criminal conduct contributed to two deadly crashes of the troubled ...Read more
On this side, art dealer and former Goldman Sachs executive Robert Mnuchin, who just spent $91 million of a client's money on a stainless steel statuette of a rabbit.
On that side, billionaire private equity investor ...Read more
Efforts to rein in government use of facial recognition have a big couple of weeks ahead, days after San Francisco approved a first-of-its-kind ban on use of the technology by police and other city agencies.
Across the ...Read more
Repairing America's infrastructure may be the one thing Congress can agree on.
So let's look at different ways investors can take advantage of possible government-sponsored funding for infrastructure, whether through ...Read more
Is Elon Musk spending too much time away from Tesla's assembly line?
That's the opinion of a Wall Street analyst whose new view on where Musk is putting his attention these days led many investors to start the week by ...Read more
- ESPN President Jimmy Pitaro is fighting the cord-cutting wave
- Kirkland consultant questioned for six hours in criminal probe of Boeing 737 Max crashes
- Michael Hiltzik: Black unemployment is rising again, undermining a Trump boast on economic growth
- Huawei will make do without Google, but how well?
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