The retail giant cites "regulatory uncertainty" regarding e-cigarettes.
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Congress promised teachers student loan forgiveness — but hired loan companies that made it impossible
“If someone had told me I needed to make a change, I would have,” said one school psychologist who found himself on the hook for thousands of dollars in loans.
Despite feeling the effects of the U.S. strike, GM workers in Canada are “very supportive” of the action, said the head of Canada’s autoworkers trade union. “People are furious with General Motors. People feel betrayed.”
“The administration is trying desperately to reduce the pressure,” said one economist.
Since automakers operate on a global scale and battery cars are being mandated in much of the rest of the world, it makes more sense to bring them to market in the U.S.
“There has always been industrial logic for Dish and Direct to get together,” said Charlie Ergen, co-founder and chairman of Dish.
Ali Velshi talks with House Ways and Means Committee ranking member Rep. Kevin Brady (R-TX) about President Trump’s call for more middle class tax cuts, and how the 2017 tax cut hasn’t produced the predicted economic growth.
"Powell and the Federal Reserve Fail Again," tweeted President Trump.