The president voiced support for the union's goals on the picket line but companies are already struggling to build fuel-efficient cars that Biden wants to prioritize.
Business and Industry
At least a dozen states have beefed up targeted incentives to coincide with handouts from the Commerce Department.
The former president's lawyers argued that even the square footage of his apartment was a "subjective" judgment for which he cannot be held accountable.
The city wanted to bring in more money, in part for early childhood education. But such taxes are disproportionately paid by the poor.
The Colorado governor finds common ground with many libertarians. But does he really stand for more freedom?
A new book handles the ill-fated CEO's story with respect.
X-Dumpsters owner Steven Hedrick rents roll-away dumpsters to people, but now his city forces residents to contract with the county.
A Texas judge ordered that the airline submit to training on the rights of religious believers after losing a religious discrimination lawsuit.
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The guidelines would ignore decades of academic findings about how firm concentration can have a positive impact on consumers' welfare.
Thankfully, you don't need fancy dining halls or a college degree to have a good life or get a good job.
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"Government in general does a lot of things that aren't necessary," says Jared Polis.
People see a continuing role for the space agency, but mostly in national defense.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company cites regulatory costs and a lack of skilled workers as specific impediments. Biden and Congress can fix those without giving out billions of taxpayer dollars.
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New legislation would intervene in the credit card market to help businesses like Target and Walmart, who don't like the fees they have to pay to accept credit card payments.
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Anchor Brewing was sunk by the same forces that former owner Fritz Maytag helped unleash by nurturing America's craft beer revolution.
State and countries should make their business climates more attractive to investment, not just dole out taxpayer money.
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Government bullying won’t fix censorship caused by government bullying.
Lai's media company covered the Communist government's abuses when other Hong Kong media wouldn't.
The decision reverses a terrible previous decision by the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals.
After losing more than $100 million in a single year, Yellow Corporation got a $700 million pandemic assistance loan from the government. It has only paid $230 on the principal.
Lordstown Motors received $24.5 million to operate an Ohio factory. G.M., the factory's previous owner, received $60 million before shuttering it.
After many failed efforts at reform, the Oregon Legislature has passed a bill allowing gas stations to designate up to half their pumps as self-service.
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Certificate of need laws hurt consumers by decreasing the supply of services, raising prices, and lowering service quality.
A much more plausible explanation is the avian flu outbreak that devastated the poultry industry last year.
The old guard titans might have been monsters. But, the HBO series warns, the young wannabes vying for power might be even worse.
If the FTC wants to know why there's such a notable lack of competition within America's baby formula market, it ought to ask other parts of the federal bureaucracy.
J.D. Vance and Co. are trying to give themselves permission to wield public power unconstitutionally.
The hard lesson that free markets are better than state control may have to be relearned.
In a new report, the Center for Economic Accountability analyzed economic development data from all 50 states and the District of Columbia, and there's very little to show for billions in annual spending.
According to a new Bloomberg report, Rivian has lost 93 percent of its market value since November 2021. The state of Georgia is still on the hook for as much as $1.5 billion in state incentives.
Cass says industrial policy will only work if the politicians can put aside political disagreements and partisan agendas. In other words, industrial policy will never work.