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In an email exchange with Business Insider on Thursday, the billionaire businessman Mark Cuban reacted to the series of controversies surrounding Tesla CEO Elon Musk while also offering up a bit of advice for his fellow billionaire.
The Office for National Statistics released its latest snapshot of price inflation in the UK on Wednesday. Here's how things looked.
The latest snapshot of the UK's employment market was released by the Office for National Statistics on Tuesday. Here's how things looked.
The 35 cities in the US with the biggest influx of people, the most work opportunities, and the hottest business growth
MagnifyMoney looked at the 100 largest US metros to determine up-and-coming cities where population and housing, workforce and employment opportunities, and business are booming. The top cities include Austin, Nashville, and Denver.
There are many, unexpected places around the US that are rapidly emerging as new economic centers, according to a recent report from the Urban Land Institute (ULI).
The jobs report released on Friday showed that no group of companies saw bigger losses than retailers of sporting goods, toys, books, and music. Toys R Us filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last September, and announced in January that it was closing all its stores.
One signal July was strong can be found in the low number of people filing for unemployment benefits for the first time. Initial jobless claims were near a 50-year low in the week officials conducted their survey for the jobs report, and they haven't added up to more than 300,000 since March 2015.
The Trump tax cuts were pitched as a boon to US workers, with X saying that they would lead to wage growth, and that "hardworking Americans" would never keep more of their money. While the tax cuts have meant that Americans are keeping more of their paychecks, no discernible gains in wages have materialized thus far.
The Federal Reserve held its benchmark interest rate unchanged Wednesday and reaffirmed its plans to continue raising borrowing costs at a gradual pace.
It would be seriously damaging to the industry not just in the UK but in Europe as well," Mike Hawes, chief executive of the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) said.