This time last year we talked to a toy manufacturer about how economic uncertainty was affecting his business. Are things any better now?
Last week taxpayers spent roughly $100 million on Congress.
A roundup of this morning’s must-read budget and economic stories.
The connection between government overspending and Americans’ bottom lines is becoming more and more clear.
As October 23 came and past, the 27 European Union nations grappling to heal Greece’s mushrooming debt crisis missed their targeted deadline for consensus.
Nothing the European Union has done so far has quelled the fear of world financial markets leaving many to wonder whether the EU will emerge intact.
This morning, the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) released the Employment Situation report for September.
Its not necessarily just the policies that send ripples throughout the economy, its often uncertainty surrounding policy that inhibits businesses planning for the future.
In an op-ed today in the Wall Street Journal, Charles Schwab, founder and chairman of the Charles Schwab Company, echoes much of what we’ve been explaining for months.
We don’t mean to be downers – especially on a Friday, but you have to wonder how long it will take for Congress to come to their senses.