The potential liability for getting the spam or fake account calculation wrong is enormous.
The Chinese tactician Sun Tzu wrote in his famousArt of War that a general who advances without coveting fame and retreats without fearing disgrace is the "jewel" of the kingdom.
Domestic energy production is being held back by taxes, ESG investing, Green New Deal policy threats, and bank regulations.
The April employment reports released Friday perfectly encapsulated the economic moment: everyone has a job and no one is happy about it because of inflation.
Nothing that points toward relief for record-high prices at the gas pump.
Inflation is here to stay for the foreseeable future, and the White House would like us to believe it's all Putin's fault.
With Russia cut out of most of the things it could buy with euros, it may well decide to stop selling Europe natural gas.
Multiple news outlets reported that a ban on Russian oil and natural gas is expected as soon as Tuesday.
Consumer credit is closely watched by economists because expansions of consumer credit tend to lead to expansions of overall economic activity.
Oil prices surged higher on fears of sanctions against Russian energy.
The deep discount shows how wary global markets are of Russian oil. But the sale indicates that some demand remains, particularly if the price falls low enough.
Economists had expected the economy to add around 440,000 jobs in February.
This week saw the introduction of a new phenomenon in international relations: canceling an entire country. But the global effort to cancel Russia is a big boon to the communists who still rule China.
A sign that Joe Biden is increasingly viewed as irrelevant and ineffective.
A big surge despite the announcement of a big strategic reserve release.
A young woman named Kayleigh Williamson has achieved something incredible by becoming the first person with Down syndrome to complete the Austin Marathon, and she is inspiring others with her determination.
Another month of a record-high trade deficit.
Inflation is heating up even as the Fed gets ready to hike rates.
No signs that inflation may ease soon.
The Producer Price Index shows the economy is still in the grips of the greatest inflationary surge in decades.
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