– Business Insider
Donald Trump loves fast food, but it turns out the feeling isn’t mutual. This is a huge departure for the food and beverage industry, which historically has been loyal to the Republican party.
– The New York Times
For generations, libraries full of economics textbooks have rightly promised that global trade expands national wealth by lowering the price of goods, lifting wages and amplifying growth. But trade comes with no assurances that the spoils will be shared equitably.
– The Week
While politicians love the idea of infrastructure spending, they tend to disagree about how to do it. So, what should we do? Here are a few pointers.
– Jax Daily Record
A look at the steps some of America’s most established brands are doing to attract younger customers.