The Black Friday protests at a Walmart in Washington state featured more paid union activists than actual employees, according to a new report.
A coalition of business groups is pushing congress to pass legislation that will make it easier for the U.S. to enter into free trade agreements.
The coalition, led by the Business Roundtable, has been approaching lawmakers on both sides of the aisle since May urging them to pass the Trade Promotion Authority.
Hourly wage increases advocated by labor groups could kill more than 450,000 jobs, according to a new report.
A federal judge ruled on Tuesday that Detroit could proceed into bankruptcy and cut pensions to address its fiscal woes.
A minimum wage increase will benefit upper class teens more than workers in poverty, according to a new study.
Union front groups are planning more than 1,500 protests at Walmarts nationwide on Black Friday despite lacking significant support from actual employees, critics say.
Taxpayers are expected to lose $10 billion on the deal unless General Motors (GM) can turn the government’s $1.2 billion stake into $11.1 billion, growth that would have GM trading at more than $350 per share, on par with elite companies, such as Amazon.
Boeing will move portions of its airplane construction out of Washington after a local union rejected a contract offer that would have saved the company $8 billion.
A company spokesman told the Washington Free Beacon that the company had no choice but to move construction of some of its largest planes out of the Evergreen State after International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers Local 751 rejected changes to wage and retirement plans.
Albuquerque voters rejected a ballot initiative to ban late-term abortion on Tuesday following a flurry of outside spending from pro-abortion groups.
New York City Mayor-Elect Bill de Blasio’s pledge to provide universal pre-school could serve as a financial windfall for some of his biggest allies.