Major U.S. companies cannot be happy about the effects that President Trump’s trade war with China will have on their business fortunes.
In the past decade, America’s internet giants have grown to an enormous size. But the next few years are likely to be much less friendly to them.
Will hollowed-out US “blue-chip” companies form the core of the next subprime crisis?
Another tell-tale chapter about vast abuses and the pressing need for an intense debate about the “winners and losers of globalization.”
An “ever closer Europe” is the only way to curb the exorbitant power of the multinationals and curtail their power to “divide in order to rule.”
Apple, Google, Facebook et al.’s prolonged tax cheating further hollows out the already shaky support for globalization.
What percentage of U.S. jobs does the manufacturing sector account for?
How many of the top 500 U.S. companies generated $10 billion or more in profits in 2012?