President Donald J. Trump said he’d saved 1,100 jobs at a Carrier plant in Indianapolis, Indiana. But now hundreds more employees have been laid off, and they feel betrayed.
The president said this kind of thing wouldn't happen anymore.
Politicians love to talk about bringing back America's manufacturing jobs. But even the good ones can have long, bad hours.
Clock's ticking on Trump's promise to change the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Donald J. Trump, the most powerful man in the world, thinks he can stop corporations from shipping jobs abroad. But with
The president intervened to save some, but not all, of the Indianapolis factory jobs going to Mexico this year.
Ironically, Trump's decision to not just politicize but penalize business decisions in response to market forces will discourage foreign investment, now about $3 trillion.
Forget Carrier: The Trump Administration Will So Pro-Business, Anti-Labor That "It Will Make Your Head Spin"
Our 30th president, Calvin Coolidge, is often misquoted as opining flat out that "the business of America is business." The
by Rick McGahey, former assistant secretary of labor, and Teresa Ghilarducci, economics professor at The New School for Social
Democrats have no answer to an authoritarian maneuver.