The reported unemployment rate is not a hoax but the numbers do mask some important and unhappy trends that President Trump needs to consider. Chief among them: a worrying decline in workforce participation among men.
The media coverage of the president is overwhelmingly negative: the press remains contemptuous, and they’re pushing to get him out before he completes his first term.
President Trump is falling woefully short on his promise to fix the trade deficit. It’s on track to hit $570 billion this year — up from $505 billion in 2016.
Albeit well-intentioned, the Department of Education now sits atop the largest sub-prime lending bubble since the mortgage boom – except this time the predatory lender is the U.S. government.
Amazon’s acquisition of Whole Foods Market ushers in the logical next step for the technological disruption in the retail industry.
The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico is drowning. The island, so popular with tourists, is $123 billion in debt. That’s more debt than the $18 billion bankruptcy filed by the city of Detroit in 2013.
Modernizing the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) to improve fairness for U.S. producers makes sense.
President Trump is delivering on his promise to the American people by proposing a budget that will pay down our national debt and reinvigorate our economy over the next decade.
Years of bad governance has led Puerto Rico to this point. Years of outspending its resources and borrowing billions of dollars from creditors.
Just over one hundred days into a new administration, what are American businesses thinking? What do they need to succeed? What public policies will help them spur greater economic growth?