Eugene Scalia, whom Mr. Trump plans to nominate as labor secretary, has been a go-to lawyer for businesses like UPS and SeaWorld.
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The Federal Reserve raised rates specifically because the United States economy was stronger than its global counterparts.
Large U.S. financial institutions reaped a windfall from the 2017 Trump tax cuts. Now foreign banks are pushing for favorable treatment from Treasury.
Making a tuition-free college education available to everyone who wants one is an immensely worthwhile — and realistic — goal, a Harvard economist says.
An acknowledgment that some old rules of thumb no longer apply.
Mr. Scalia, the son of Antonin Scalia who worked in the Bush administration, is expected to bring a pro-business approach and stability to the Labor Department.
As the world splits along U.S.-China fault lines, telecom companies in Vietnam appear to be quietly avoiding the Chinese tech giant in their 5G plans.
One of Patrick Pizzella’s White House admirers calls him a “movement conservative” more likely than his predecessor to agree with the administration on cutting labor rules and weakening unions.
For decades, smaller metropolitan areas closed the income gap with bigger, richer ones, but no longer. So places like Winston-Salem, N.C., are trying to lay a new foundation for prosperity.
The court said unions representing federal government workers had to bring their case before a federal labor agency before turning to federal courts.
She’s run the I.M.F. She’s a lawyer. She’s not an economist. Does that matter as she prepares to lead the European Central Bank?
Plus, the Trump administration has a big job opening, and there’s a new technology tax.
The proposed levies on firms like Facebook and Google are pitting traditional allies against one another and threatening to set off a cascade of tax increases and tariffs.
A rejection of what had been a consensus view of the relationship between the jobless rate and inflation.
Jerome Powell, the chair of the Federal Reserve, was the latest central banker to express skepticism about Facebook’s cryptocurrency plans.
President Trump’s trade policies have helped American steel, aluminum, lumber, solar and washing-machine businesses, but not as much as they might have hoped.
The move sidelines the researcher without pay for two years, and closes his lab, in a case that has roiled the profession.
Jerome H. Powell sent stock markets higher with comments that trade tensions and global economic issues continue to weigh on the United States economy.
The Texas tycoon’s case on trade anticipated Donald Trump’s arguments two decades later.
The world’s monetary authorities have limited policy space, and it’s unclear whether their backup plans will suffice to bolster growth and inflation.