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Orange County Register
New O.T. rules hinder 21st century economywork beyond 40 hours per week. The problem with this regulation is that the DO
New O.T. rules hinder 21st century economy
Orange County Register / Posted 2 days ago
work beyond 40 hours per week. The problem with this regulation is that the DOL didn’t analyze how it will impact various U.S. industries. It noticed one problem in retail (specifically with shift managers) and assumed this is a problem for every... Read more
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FOX Business
Which Companies Are Sitting on the Most Cash?hold $777 billion in cash -- about 46% of the total across all non-financial in
Which Companies Are Sitting on the Most Cash?
FOX Business / Posted 4 days ago
hold $777 billion in cash -- about 46% of the total across all non-financial industries. "The top four cash-heavy U.S. industries remain technology, healthcare/pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and energy," said Moody'ssenior vice... Read more
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FOX Business
Which Companies Are Sitting on the Most Cash?hold $777 billion in cash -- about 46% of the total across all non-financial in
Which Companies Are Sitting on the Most Cash?
FOX Business / Posted 4 days ago
hold $777 billion in cash -- about 46% of the total across all non-financial industries. "The top four cash-heavy U.S. industries remain technology, healthcare/pharmaceuticals, consumer products, and energy," said Moody'ssenior vice... Read more
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New York Magazine
You Can Trust the Echo Chamber About That Controversial Ben Rhodes Profile“free trade” than it is about establishing international copyright and patent p
You Can Trust the Echo Chamber About That Controversial Ben Rhodes Profile
New York Magazine / Posted 12 days ago
“free trade” than it is about establishing international copyright and patent protections favored by politically connected U.S. industries. Somehow, despite Obama’s command of the echo chamber, this counter-narrative has gained broad currency: This... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
The rise of protectionism could soon have 2 huge economic consequencesworkers experience greater job churning and reduced lifetime income. At the nat
The rise of protectionism could soon have 2 huge economic consequences
Stamford Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
workers experience greater job churning and reduced lifetime income. At the national level, employment has fallen in U.S. industries more exposed to import competition, as expected, but offsetting employment gains in other industries have yet... Read more
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Connecticut Post
The rise of protectionism could soon have 2 huge economic consequencesworkers experience greater job churning and reduced lifetime income. At the nat
The rise of protectionism could soon have 2 huge economic consequences
Connecticut Post / Posted 14 days ago
workers experience greater job churning and reduced lifetime income. At the national level, employment has fallen in U.S. industries more exposed to import competition, as expected, but offsetting employment gains in other industries have yet... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
The rise of protectionism could soon have 2 huge economic consequencesworkers experience greater job churning and reduced lifetime income. At the nat
The rise of protectionism could soon have 2 huge economic consequences
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
workers experience greater job churning and reduced lifetime income. At the national level, employment has fallen in U.S. industries more exposed to import competition, as expected, but offsetting employment gains in other industries have yet... Read more
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Business Insider
The rise of protectionism could soon have 2 huge economic consequencesworkers experience greater job churning and reduced lifetime income. At the nat
The rise of protectionism could soon have 2 huge economic consequences
Business Insider / Posted 14 days ago
workers experience greater job churning and reduced lifetime income. At the national level, employment has fallen in U.S. industries more exposed to import competition, as expected, but offsetting employment gains in other industries have yet... Read more
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U.S. Department of Energy
Energy Department Requests Proposals for New Institute to Boost Efficiency in Manufacturingdeveloping breakthrough technologies to increase the energy efficiency of manuf
Energy Department Requests Proposals for New Institute to Boost Efficiency in Manufacturing
U.S. Department of Energy / Posted 23 days ago
developing breakthrough technologies to increase the energy efficiency of manufacturing processes used across an array of U.S. industries, including ethylene for plastics and biofuels used in sustainable transportation. Proposals for this $70... Read more
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Market Watch
U.S. calls out Asia’s leading exporters, Germany over economic policieseconomy. The countries are cited in a new name-and-shame list that can trigger
U.S. calls out Asia’s leading exporters, Germany over economic policies
Market Watch / Posted 29 days ago
economy. The countries are cited in a new name-and-shame list that can trigger sanctions against offending trade partners under fresh powers Congress granted last year to address economic policies that threaten U.S. industries. More from MarketWa... Read more

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