Louis Vuitton Plans to Create 1K U.S. Jobs by Opening Plant in Texas Town

The international luxury fashion and leather goods brand Louis Vuitton is planning to create about 1,000 American jobs by opening its newest plant in the small town of Keene, Texas, this year.

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Economy Cracking: Retail Sales Tank

Manufacturing slowdown starting to bleed into consumer side of economy

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Bigger Bubble than ’08 Financial Crisis Set to Burst

Expert warns Fed’s next ‘solution’ won’t work

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American Factory Production Slumped in September

Overall industrial production declined in September following strong growth in August, driven down by the GM strike and cheap energy.

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Johnson & Johnson to Pay $117 Million in Vaginal Mesh Settlement

The state of Ohio announced Thursday that Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay nearly $117 million to settle an investigation into their deceptive marketing of transvaginal mesh devices.

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Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff: It’s Time to Break Up Facebook

Salesforce.com CEO Marc Benioff has called for Facebook to be broken up in a recent interview with CNN. Benioff took specific issue with Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act (CDA), the law that shields Facebook and other social media platforms…

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Jobless Claims Rise a Bit Less Than Expected

Employers are holding on to workers in a tight labor market despite sluggish consumer spending in September and the UAW-GM strike.

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Netflix Misses Subscriber Mark for Second Straight Quarter

Netflix saw disappointing domestic subscriber growth for the third quarter, signaling rougher waters ahead as the streaming giant braces itself for competition from the Walt Disney Company and Apple. This is the second straight quarter in which Netflix…

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69 Percent Of U.S. Households “Are Preparing For A Possible Recession”

The warning signs are all around us.

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GOP Sen. Kennedy Blocks Democrat Bill to Import More Indian Workers

Lousiana GOP Sen. John Kennedy has blocked a bill drafted by a top Democratic Senator that would accelerate the flow of Indian visa workers and immigrants into Americans’ office jobs.

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President Donald Trump Reaches 1,000 Days in Office

Trump has guided a healthy economy and a revival of the middle class in peaceful circumstances. As he faces a field of Democratic rivals stampeding to the left, he is confident.

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Ken Cuccinelli to Media: Immigration Must Help Americans, Not Only the Economy

The federal government’s immigration policy must benefit ordinary Americans, not just American investors, citizenship chief Ken Cuccinelli told reporters on Wednesday.

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Analysis: Democrats Represent the Rich While Working Class Flocks to GOP

The Democrat Party now represents the nation’s wealthiest citizens, while working-class Americans have flocked to the Republican Party over the last decade, analysis finds.

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Blue-Collar American Workers Enjoy Highest Wage Growth in Trump Economy

President Donald Trump’s “Buy American, Hire American” economy, with the tightest labor market in decades, has grown the wages of blue-collar workers more than any other income group, analysis finds.

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USMCA Faces Bipartisan Criticism over Big Tech Protections

Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act is one of the key legal devices that allow big tech companies to censor with impunity. Senators Josh Hawley (R-MO), Ted Cruz (R-TX), and the Trump administration are among the Republicans who have criticize…

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Real Income Expectations Rise to Record High, Boosting Trump’s Re-Election Chances

Inflation expectations remained low while income expectations jumped higher in September, according to the NY Fed.

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Drop in Credit Card Debt Rocks Wall Street Pundits

Americans still owe over $1.7 trillion in credit card debt

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Foreigners Hold Almost 40% of US Debt

Establishment arguments for debt fall apart in today’s climate

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Google Executive: You Should Warn Guests About Smart Speakers in Your Home

Google devices chief Rick Osterloh admitted during a recent interview that he would disclose to guests entering his home that smart speakers are present, showing that the Masters of the Universe recognize just how invasive their technology actually is.

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Retail Sales Skid Onto Rumble Strip

An unexpected decline in sales in September is a warning signal about the strength of the U.S. consumer.

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