Larry Kudlow: Trump Can Take Credit for Apple's US Growth Plans
Workers at a factory in Texas that manufactures vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers (VCSELs), empowering Face ID, Animoji and other iPhone X features. (Source: Apple)
Larry Kudlow, the Reagan administration economist who also advised the Trump campaign, said President Donald Trump is right to take credit for companies like Apple Inc. that have announced plans to bring overseas profits back to the U.S., where they'll be invested and promote jobs growth. [Full Story]
Brookings: Student Debt Crisis Will Only Get Worse, Especially for Blacks
Students who borrow more money for college than they're able to pay back have multiplied to crisis levels -- and the future is about to get much worse, according to an analysis by the Brookings Institution.... [Full Story]
Larry Kudlow: Trump Can Take Credit for Apple's US Growth Plans
Larry Kudlow, the Reagan administration economist who also [Full Story] |
CNBC: Stock Market's Value Under Trump Has Grown by $6.9 Trillion to $30.6 Trillion
The American stock market has added $6.9 trillion in market cap [Full Story] |
CNBC: Dow's 31% Gain During Trump's First Year Is Best Since FDR
The Dow Jones industrial average's 31% gain during President [Full Story] |
Trump Tax Overhaul Leads AmEx to First Loss in 26 Years, Suspended Buybacks
Credit card issuer American Express Co. posted its first quarterly [Full Story]
IBM's First Revenue Rises in Nearly 6 Years Tops Estimates
International Business Machines Corp.'s revenue rose for the first [Full Story]
Apple to Decide New Campus Site Without an Auction
An Apple spokesman confirmed that the company does not plan to hold a [Full Story]
Judge Tosses GM Settlement on Ignition Switch
A federal bankruptcy judge on Thursday said a settlement agreement [Full Story]
Wells Fargo Says Resolved Payment Duplication Glitch
Wells Fargo & Co. said on Thursday it resolved an internal processing [Full Story]
Japan's SoftBank Largest Shareholder in Uber After $9.3 Billion Stock Deal
Uber Technologies Inc. completed its deal with SoftBank Group Corp., [Full Story]
Competitors Crippled — This Stock Could Run Up Fast
SPECIAL: As the headlines get larger and more noticed, the window on [Full Story]
US Shutdown Could Put Vast Workforce on Temporary Leave
The US government will run out of money unless Congress either [Full Story]
Icahn: Xerox, Fujifilm Deal Should Have Been Changed Long Ago
Hedge fund investor Carl Icahn called on Thursday for the termination [Full Story]
Blockchain Eyed for Mortgage Bundling That Caused 2008 Crisis
Credit Suisse, Wells Fargo, Western Asset among firms in [Full Story]
Fundstrat's Tom Lee: Bitcoin to Hit $25,000 by Year-End, $125,000 by 2022
Fundstrat sees digital tokens worth $1.2 trillion in 2018; One [Full Story]
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If you can flip an investment property or become a landlord, real estate can show anyone the power of... [Full Story]
Brand loyalty for Millennials appears to be driven by creative marketing efforts such as personalized... [Full Story]
As autonomous vehicles continue to increase in popularity, insurance carriers need to make significant... [Full Story]
It has been a tough winter and the weather may have been a major factor in the construction slowdown.... [Full Story]
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