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Trump’s Aberdeen Golf Course Posts Loss for Seventh Year in Row

Trump’s Aberdeen Golf Course Posts Loss for Seventh Year in Row

President Donald Trump’s golf links north of Aberdeen in Scotland again lost money in 2018.
Venture Capital Is Just One Funding Option, Reminds OnPay’s Mark McKee

Venture Capital Is Just One Funding Option, Reminds OnPay’s Mark McKee

Virtually every startup has to find funding somewhere. Although some founders take venture capital in exchange for equity, that’s not the only way to do it. The post Venture Capital Is Just One
Trump Gives Businesses Deregulation Whether They Want It or Not

Trump Gives Businesses Deregulation Whether They Want It or Not

Donald Trump campaigned on a promise to ease the grip of environmental rules he said were throttling businesses. But time and again, his deregulatory moves as president have drawn the ire of the very
Even Andrew Cuomo Isn’t Sure of New York’s Near-Impossible Climate Goals

Even Andrew Cuomo Isn’t Sure of New York’s Near-Impossible Climate Goals

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo last month signed the most aggressive climate law in the nation. But even he’s not sure it’ll work out as planned, and Cuomo’s not alone.
U.K. Trade Secretary Denies Uncertainty Will Hit Tech Investment

U.K. Trade Secretary Denies Uncertainty Will Hit Tech Investment

U.K. Trade Secretary Liam Fox dismissed fears that foreign companies will slow down their investment in domestic technology businesses, despite the ongoing uncertainty around the country’s exit from
Trump and Xi to Seal a Deal? Traders Aren't Holding Their Breath

Trump and Xi to Seal a Deal? Traders Aren't Holding Their Breath

Fund managers are sticking to their positions ahead of this week’s meeting between presidents Donald Trump and Xi Jinping, saying they don’t expect much progress to be made.
U.S. CEO Confidence Drops as Leaders Cite Trump's Trade Wars

U.S. CEO Confidence Drops as Leaders Cite Trump's Trade Wars

U.S. chief executives including JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s Jamie Dimon criticized President Donald Trump’s trade wars Wednesday after releasing a Business Roundtable survey showing their confidence in
U.K. Chancellor Dismisses Post-Brexit Technology Flight Threat

U.K. Chancellor Dismisses Post-Brexit Technology Flight Threat

Brexit or not, staying data compatible with Europe will be critical, the U.K. Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond said, dismissing concerns that tech companies will flee the country if and when
Sen. Ernst Says She Would Love to See EU Buying More U.S. Soybeans

Sen. Ernst Says She Would Love to See EU Buying More U.S. Soybeans

Senator Joni Ernst, an Iowa Republican, discusses capital investment legislation, the impact of U.S. tariffs on Iowa farmers, and efforts to expand the use of ethanol-blended gasoline. She speaks with
BAE Howitzer Production Flawed as Army Readies $1.3 Billion Buy

BAE Howitzer Production Flawed as Army Readies $1.3 Billion Buy

BAE Systems Plc’s manufacture of the U.S. Army’s new howitzer is hobbled by poor welding, supply chain problems and delivery delays even as the service nears a $1.3 billion decision on full
Italy Finally Falls to the Forces of Populism

Italy Finally Falls to the Forces of Populism

First came Brexit, then Donald Trump, and now the rebellion by angry voters has landed its biggest blow on continental Europe.
Unions Squeeze Companies to Divulge Plans for Tax Windfall

Unions Squeeze Companies to Divulge Plans for Tax Windfall

Unions are pressing companies they bargain with to disclose details of what they’re doing with savings from the Trump tax cuts, the latest move by organized labor to pressure corporations to pass
New York-New Jersey Rail Project Gets Some Money in Congress Deal

New York-New Jersey Rail Project Gets Some Money in Congress Deal

As much as $541 million would be available for rail tunnel and bridge projects linking New Jersey and Manhattan, which advocates call some of the most important infrastructure work in the U.S., in a
U.K. Spends $14 Billion Per Year on Carillion-Style Projects

U.K. Spends $14 Billion Per Year on Carillion-Style Projects

The U.K. government spends 10.3 billion pounds ($14.3 billion) a year servicing public-private contracts of the the type it awarded to Carillion Plc, which went into liquidation Monday.
Clifton Says Trump Delivered on Pro-Growth Promise

Clifton Says Trump Delivered on Pro-Growth Promise

Daniel Clifton, head of policy research at Strategas, discusses the Trump administration's impact on the U.S. economy. He speaks on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
As U.S. Unwinds Web Rules, Industry's Voice Echoes the Loudest

As U.S. Unwinds Web Rules, Industry's Voice Echoes the Loudest

Republican regulators moving to kill Obama-era open internet regulations say one big reason for their action is that the rules have depressed investment in broadband.
The Middle Class Might Not Even Notice If the GOP Cuts Their Taxes

The Middle Class Might Not Even Notice If the GOP Cuts Their Taxes

And “most families won’t see anything” until April 2019.
Portman Says He’s ‘Pretty Confident’ on 20%: Tax Debate Update

Portman Says He’s ‘Pretty Confident’ on 20%: Tax Debate Update

House and Senate Republicans are working this week on compromise tax-overhaul legislation in an effort to send it to President Donald Trump by the end of the year.
Yellen, Roped Into Tax Debate, Backs Case to Lift Growth Potential

Yellen, Roped Into Tax Debate, Backs Case to Lift Growth Potential

Outgoing Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the central bank would welcome and support a faster expansion of the economy stemming from changes in the tax code, provided it was the right kind of
Trump Counts on Fed to Help Sustain Economic Bump From Tax Plan

Trump Counts on Fed to Help Sustain Economic Bump From Tax Plan

The Trump administration is banking on the Federal Reserve not to squelch any bump in economic growth from the Republican tax plan.