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At his coronavirus briefings, Trump marvels at the global reach of the pandemic and then adds: “Nobody saw this coming.” Actually, a lot of people did.
A new Frost & Sullivan analysis prepares decision-makers for scenarios that could unfold in light of major recent U.S. trade policy upheavals, the upcoming presidential election, and changing world dynamics.
We've used the NSA's cyber tools to hack next year's headlines.
Cushman & Wakefield addresses how the world’s fastest tax reform package could impact commercial real estate.
There's no such thing as a limited nuclear war.
As the renegotiation of NAFTA begins, the hemispheric supply chain may be the biggest obstacle to major revisions.
Texas is Business Facilities' top-ranked state for Best Business Climate and Colorado was named no. 1 in Economic Growth Potential in the magazine's 13th Annual Rankings Report.
A nation that in ancient times worshipped The Sun God is home to a $3.5-billion solar power project.
The war against climate change is over and we've all lost.
Intel’s Fab 42 will target advanced 7 nm technology and will create approximately 3,000 high-tech, high-wage jobs in Arizona.
New Deloitte study finds optimism has increased following the presidential election, yet uncertainty looms over new policies and regulations ahead.
China is poised to fill the void left by the U.S. withdrawal from the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
CareerBuilder's annual job forecast finds 40% of employers plan to hire full-time, permanent employees in 2017, predictions for how the Trump administration will impact hiring are mixed.
Ford's decision to cancel its plans to build a $1.6-billion assembly plant in Mexico is not a clear-cut victory for U.S. manufacturing.
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President-elect Trump blocks some layoffs in Indy with a lay-up of a negotiation.