Fear of Trump Triggers Deep Spending Cuts by Nation’s Second-Largest Union
In a clear sign that labor unions are bracing for lean times under Donald Trump, the massive Service Employees International Union is planning for a 30 percent budget cut over the next year, according to an internal memo reviewed by Bloomberg Businessweek.
2016: A Year Defined by America’s Diverging Economies
– The Atlantic
Just as income inequality has become a fixture in many Americans’ understanding of the country, so too must accelerating regional divides. The strength of the post-recession recovery has varied dramatically not just from income bracket to income bracket, but from place to place as well.
The Five Biggest Business Stories of 2016
– The New Yorker
While 2016 is a year that lots of people would like to forget, it is also a year that no one is going to have any trouble remembering. Trump, Brexit and Fight for $15 top the New Yorker’s list of the biggest news stories on 2016.
Jamie Dimon on Trump, Taxes, and a U.S. Renaissance
Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan CEO and Chairman of President-elect Trump’s Business Roundtable, opines on politics and discusses how corporate America can positively impact communities like Detroit.