After years of censoring conservatives without admitting to political bias, PayPal appears to have formally abandoned political neutrality, entering into a partnership with the far-left Anti Defamation League (ADL) and law enforcement to track and suppress the activities of the alleged far right.
Teeka Tiwari, editor of a financial newsletter from the Palm Beach Research Group — and advertising sponsor of Breitbart News — said Monday that bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies will likely become checks against central banks’ printing of money.
Walmart announced on Tuesday that it will “pay 100% of college tuition and books” for its employees seeking additional education through the company’s Live Better U (LBU) program. The company states that 1.5 million employees will be able to earn college degrees or learn trade skills at zero cost to themselves. Previously, the LBU program was offered at low costs but Walmart workers still shoulders part of the education costs themselves.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took shots at tech giant Apple twice during a conference call to discuss Tesla’s earnings on Monday.
E-commerce giant Amazon has denied a recent media report claiming that the company will soon accept Bitcoin as a payment method.
The “reconciliation” budget maneuver may deliver amnesty and many big-government programs to eager Democrats — but only if Democratic leaders can accomplish the legislative equivalent of a waiter who carries a tower of plates, meals, and drinks to cheering diners.
Amazon and Blue Origin founder Jeff Bezos is reportedly offering NASA a discount of at least $2 billion in contract payments if the space agency adds Blue Origin’s Lunar Lander to a key phase of the agency’s Human Landing System program.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has been stripped of his “astronaut” titles by the FAA. According to the agency’s revised definition of astronaut, the term may only be used for those that “demonstrated activities during flight that were essential to public safety, or contributed to human space flight safety.”
There’s no sign that price increases in materials or manufactured goods are going away in the Richmond Fed’s latest survey.
The establishment media sounded the alarm Monday that President Joe Biden’s infrastructure designs are crumbling.
Another blow to family affordability in Biden’s America.
Orders and shipments of computers and autos fell in June as shortages batter economy.
Imports from the Chinese slave labour region of Xinjiang have more than doubled to the European Union since the beginning of the year.
A second House Democrat is vowing to oppose a budget, which would need to be passed through the filibuster-proof reconciliation process, that excludes amnesty for illegal aliens.
Hasbro CEO and chairman Brian Goldner said Monday on CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” that he expected robust demand for toys to continue even though the company was increasing prices.
A former Obama pollster warned Democrats are “endangering” the wafer-thin House majority in the midterms when they bloat spending packages with their radical partisan agenda items.
People see prices rising everywhere and worry if they’ll be able to make ends meet even if the economy keeps growing.
Big Tech companies including Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Twitter, Reddit, Verizon, Airbnb, and Mailchimp will expand a project of collusion on “counterterrorism” efforts that target domestic right-wing organizations.
PayPal, the online payment processing giant, has announced it will work with the far-left Anti-Defamation League (ADL) to collect information on and cut off financial flows to so-called extremists, and that it will share the data it gathers with law enforcement, policymakers, and the rest of the financial industry.
According to former Tesla employees, the company’s solar power unit Tesla Energy has a dedicated team for hunting down complaints on social media and convincing customers to delete negative comments.
Amazon’s “Key for Business” system allows delivery drivers to access apartment buildings without having to be buzzed in and the system has been installed in thousands of apartment buildings across the United States. The e-commerce giant reportedly entices building managers with gift cards as incentives to install the system.
Texas manufacturers say prices are still rising and they expect them to keep going up.
Sales of new homes came in much, much lower than expected for June, suggesting high prices are deterring buyers.
Digital piracy has plagued Hollywood studios and theater owners for decades. But it is now emerging as a contentious wedge issue as cinema owners are blaming the Walt Disney Co.’s day-and-date release of Black Widow for making piracy easier and
Sunday on New York WABC 770 AM radio’s “The Cats Roundtable,” Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) ripped the Democrats’ $3.5 trillion infrastructure deal.
Republican and Democrat lawmakers are asking President Joe Biden’s administration for its plan to restore the pensions of about 20,000 Delphi workers following a pension-slashing scheme during the Obama administration’s auto bailout.
The Vatican announced Saturday a deficit of €66.3 million in its consolidated balance sheet for the year 2020, nearly sextupling its 2019 deficit of €11.3 million.