U.S. Looking at Ways to Slash Corporate Taxes Despite Deficit While policymakers and businesses go back and forth on how best to cut corporate taxes and reduces rates, one thing is certain: In the near-term, revenue will suffer.
The Consumer Products Giant Is Looking to Shed Jobs Procter & Gamble Co (NYSE:PG) will be cutting jobs in its healthcare division based in the Greater Cincinnati area. While the company used the euphemism “adjusting,” it is clear that Procter & Gamble is looking to cut employees and reduce jobs at its North American healthcare (more…)
Teamsters Go to Congress to Postpone and Regulate Changeover to Automation The International Brotherhood of Teamsters is lobbying Congress to take a more hands-on approach when it comes to the issue of automated trucking. The union is seeking more regulation over the technology, over fears of job losses and unsafe vehicles.
A New Study Reveals That the Top Earners in Wisconsin Are Hoarding a Disproportionate Share of the Wealth Wisconsin has witnessed a level of growth in income inequality between its top-earners and the average resident that has not been seen for decades, according to a report released by the Wisconsin Budget Project and the Center (more…)
Roughly 200 People Will Lose Their Jobs in a Couple of Months Two tech companies operating in the Austin area are planning on cutting 200 jobs over the next couple of months, according to documents filed with the Texas Workforce Commission.
Cities are expected to experience a slowdown in revenue for the second consecutive year, according to research done by the National League of Cities (NLC), marking the first time that the U.S. has experienced consecutive yearly contractions since 2006.
U.S. Census Paints the Picture of Multiple Americas Racial disparities remain large and income inequality has undergone little change in over a year, as the United States Census Bureau releases figures that reveal a growing divide between Americans across the country.
The U.S. Continues to Be Plagued by Violent Political Protests Antifa demonstrators were seen launching projectiles at police officers during rallies in downtown Portland on the weekend, injuring at least two people and leading to several arrests, according to police.
Debt Continues to Climb in the U.S. The U.S. has now officially passed over $20.0 trillion in debt, the highest it’s ever had in its existence.
In an Effort to Bring Back Steel Work to America, Trump May Be Doing the Opposite The White House’s plan to mandate that oil and natural gas pipelines use only American-made steel could end up costing thousands of jobs in the U.S. while also increasing the price consumers pay for gas.