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More than 50 major companies plan to move production from China because of trade war

But rather than move operations to the United States, as President Trump urged, many of the companies are aiming to rebuild their supply chains abroad, primarily in Southeast Asia.

‘This is life or death for us’: A McDonald’s worker watches Congress vote on a $15 minimum wage

House Democrats voted Thursday to raise the U.S. minimum wage from $7.25 an hour to $15. But the measure is likely to fail in the GOP-led Senate.

Boeing takes $5.6 billion revenue hit to compensate 737 Max customers

The financial toll of the jet's grounding is starting to add up for Boeing, which has frozen sales of its flagship aircraft since regulators issued a global grounding of the plane in March.

Mnuchin cites progress in budget and debt ceiling talks, but major roadblocks remain

By conservative estimates, the U.S. could lose spending ability as early as September, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said.

Mnuchin cites progress in budget and debt ceiling talks, but major roadblocks remain

By conservative estimates, the U.S. could lose spending ability as early as September, Mnuchin said.

U.S. tech firms push Trump to allow sales to Huawei, set up White House meeting next week

Tech companies are asking the administration to allow sales of chips and other parts for Huawei-made smartphones and laptops, arguing such sales won’t hurt U.S. national security, according to people familiar with the matter.

Panic over Russian company’s FaceApp is a sign of new distrust of the Internet

The app was having a viral moment until questions arose about privacy issues and its ownership.

Boeing takes $5.6 billion revenue hit to compensate 737 Max customers

The financial toll of the jet's grounding is starting to add up for Boeing, which has frozen sales of its flagship aircraft since regulators issued a global grounding of the plane in March.

Trump says Pentagon’s $10 billion cloud contract should be investigated. Again.

The president said on July 18 that he had received numerous complaints about a not-yet-awarded Pentagon cloud computing contract that could go to Amazon Web Services.

More than 50 major companies, from Apple to Nintendo, pull production from China because of the trade war

But rather than move their operations to the United States, as President Trump urged, many of these companies are aiming to rebuild their supply chains abroad, primarily in Southeast Asia.