GM announcing it’s offering 15% of its white collar workers buyouts and will slash thousands of high-paying factory jobs at four US plants and one in Canada.
How fast is technology moving? Consider the oddly-named Cyber Monday, as Dr. Perryman tells us every day these days is cyber day.
They’re the largest economies in the world, the “Big Four,” the US, China, Great Britain, and Japan, but Dr. Perryman says these large economies are not created equally.
The National Association of Home Builders and Wells Fargo found builder optimism down fairly significantly in its latest survey. Dr. Perryman takes a look.
British and European Union negotiators have agreed on a draft Brexit deal. Dr. Perryman says, now what?
The National Federation of Independent Business’s most recent survey found the highest level of confidence in the 45 years they have been compiling the index. Dr. Perryman says confidence is an important part of the economy.
Dr. Perryman has been considering news that the US, led by Texas, is now the largest oil producing country in the world.
It was New York and Virginia. Dr. Perryman says those two areas knocked Texas out of the running for the new Amazon HQ2s.
A major setback for President Trump. A US District Judge issuing an order to block construction of the Keystone XL pipeline while the State Department studies its impact on the environment.
A Federal Appeals court has ruled that the President cannot unilaterally end the DACA program. Dr. Perryman says that sets up a Supreme Court showdown.