Blame China and those who are breaking trade rules, not Donald Trump, White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow said as China warned that all commitments so far in talks with the U.S. over trade will be withdrawn if the president carries out his threat to impose tariffs. Kudlow said rule-breaking is going on “all over […]Read more "Kudlow Says Don’t Blame Trump as China Warns of Trade Pullback"
It’s not just America. New data show people all over the globe don’t understand basic concepts of investment and inflation. https://www.bloomberg.com/api/embed/iframe?id=92e549cb-c777-4a67-912e-ba59c0a5cd0c Most online quizzes are relatively mindless, promising to reveal which vegetable, sandwich or rock band best represents your personality. That was not the case for a short online test given to 16,000 people in […]Read more "The World Isn’t Prepared for Retirement"
WASHINGTON — Kelly McCrimmon was sitting at his desk in the front office of the Brandon Wheat Kings when one of his colleagues interrupted him on an early September morning, almost seven years ago. “What team is your brother with?” he was asked and the question just didn’t seem right in the moment. “Yaroslavl,” said […]Read more "SIMMONS: A brother and best friend gone, a Cup to win for Kelly McCrimmon"
First-class plane tickets are notoriously pricey, costing as much as $32,000 on some flights. So is flying first class actually worth it? If you’re going by the math: probably not. But for some people, first class offers perks and convenience that might be worth the steep cost of preserving time, productivity, and energy. The cost […]Read more "The reasons flying first class can be worth the money have nothing to do with the math"
The world of sports allows itself to believe theirs is a well-ordered universe; a place which, over the long haul, rewards meticulous planning and informed, disciplined decision-making. There are no short cuts in this world. For the lucky few, success can be attained, but it is the result of adhering to these long-held principles. For […]Read more "Ed Willes: Vegas Golden Knights’ gift to the game is that anything is possible"
https://www.bloomberg.com/api/embed/iframe?id=f8b92bc7-0cb9-4b8a-aab7-299bb77f8a88 U.S. hiring rose more than forecast in May, wages picked up and the unemployment rate matched the lowest in almost five decades, indicating the strong labor market will keep powering economic growth. Payrolls increased 223,000 following a revised 159,000 gain, Labor Department figures showed Friday. The median estimate of analysts surveyed by Bloomberg called […]Read more "U.S. Payrolls Rise 223,000; Jobless Rate Matches 48-Year Low"
//fave.api.cnn.io/v1/fav/?video=politics/2018/05/02/trump-pardoning-powers-todd-dnt-tsr.cnn&customer=cnn&edition=international&env=prod (CNN) – Almost three decades ago now, Donald Trump explained his life and worldview this way: “The show is Trump, and it is sold-out performances everywhere.” Those words, uttered in a 1990 interview with Playboy magazine, are truer today than they were 28 years ago. And they provide a unique insight into how Trump […]Read more "This 1990 Donald Trump quote in Playboy magazine explains today perfectly"