A judge, along with five states and three religious affiliated groups, ordered barring of Obamacare's policy that seeks antidiscrimination for transgenders and women's abortion nationwide under the Affordable Care Act.
Although U.S. presidential candidates fight amongst themselves on many issues, they agree on one thing: that big companies in the United States are destroying the country’s economy by their business practices.
The United States government has filed a lawsuit on Wednesday to prevent Halliburton Co. from acquiring Baker Hughes Inc., claiming that the merger of the number 2 and number 3 oil services companies would result in higher oil prices.
It stands out that Panama Law firm is facing much scrutiny these days as allegations continue to rise for the firm. Many speculations are escalating regarding how the firm is making itself a haven for U.S. companies, the political leaders and even prosperous individuals that wants to hide their assets and resources.
Recent data from the Labor Department shows that U.S. hiring increased to a nine-year high in February. This is a sign of vigorous demand by businesses for fresh workers. However, the numbers of job openings have slid down.
As the prospects of top oil exporters coming to an agreement to reduce oil oversupply became less likely, oil price reacted by hitting its one-month low. Even as other commodities also lost ground, the U.S. dollar steadied after the strong U.S. jobs data was released on Friday.
The economy of the United States grew slowly in the fourth quarter although not as significant as predicted earlier. There was slightly strong consumer spending which balanced the drag from measures taken by business owners to cut their inventory overhangs.