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Potholes ahead for Trump's upcoming public works proposal
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    151 Visits
WASHINGTON - The Trump administration will soon release its long-anticipated public works plan, trying to fulfill a campaign pledge but set to fall short of some ambitious goals. As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to generate at least $1 trillion in infrastructure spending. As president, he is relying on state and local governments to pony up a significant share of the total. Trump told mayors ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Bad news far from over for GE
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    1018 Visits

General Electric Co.'s announcement that it's under investigation by the SEC isn't that surprising in the context of its rapid downward spiral. But it's an important reminder that the bad news is far from over. The company disclosed this week that the regulator is looking into how it wound up having to pay $15 billion over seven years to shore up reserves for a legacy insura ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Trump's infrastructure plan comes with a huge pothole
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    166 Visits
WASHINGTON - When President Donald Trump unveils his plan to beef up the nation's infrastructure plan next month, it will include a crater-sized hole. The trust fund that pays for most federal highway and transit aid is forecast to go broke in about three years unless the government significantly scales back its transportation spending or comes up with more money. But Trump's infrastruct ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Chenault dealt with crises, competition as head of American Express
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    664 Visits
NEW YORK - Kenneth Chenault, wearing no sport coat and no tie, with a large cup of tea in front of him, fits an image of a man ready for retirement. Chenault is days away from stepping down as the chief executive officer and chairman of American Express, the credit card giant and one of the most iconic brands in the country. He will have run American Express for 17 years, guiding the company throu ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Nazi past followed Ikea founder to his death
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    112 Visits
In 1943, Ingvar Kamprad was a 17-year-old budding entrepreneur selling udder balm, picture frames and other small-town wares from his home in rural Sweden. That year, he founded a mail-order company called Ikea, initials taken after his name and that of his family's farm. His first employee was his close friend Otto Ullmann, an Austrian Jew about his age whose parents had sent him to Sweden t ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Potholes ahead for Trump's upcoming public works proposal
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    317 Visits
WASHINGTON - The Trump administration will soon release its long-anticipated public works plan, trying to fulfill a campaign pledge but set to fall short of some ambitious goals. As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to generate at least $1 trillion in infrastructure spending. As president, he is relying on state and local governments to pony up a significant share of the total. Trump told mayors ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Bad news far from over for GE
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    343 Visits

General Electric Co.'s announcement that it's under investigation by the SEC isn't that surprising in the context of its rapid downward spiral. But it's an important reminder that the bad news is far from over. The company disclosed this week that the regulator is looking into how it wound up having to pay $15 billion over seven years to shore up reserves for a legacy insura ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Trump's infrastructure plan comes with a huge pothole
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    894 Visits
WASHINGTON - When President Donald Trump unveils his plan to beef up the nation's infrastructure plan next month, it will include a crater-sized hole. The trust fund that pays for most federal highway and transit aid is forecast to go broke in about three years unless the government significantly scales back its transportation spending or comes up with more money. But Trump's infrastruct ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Chenault dealt with crises, competition as head of American Express
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    1014 Visits
NEW YORK - Kenneth Chenault, wearing no sport coat and no tie, with a large cup of tea in front of him, fits an image of a man ready for retirement. Chenault is days away from stepping down as the chief executive officer and chairman of American Express, the credit card giant and one of the most iconic brands in the country. He will have run American Express for 17 years, guiding the company throu ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Nazi past followed Ikea founder to his death
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    267 Visits
In 1943, Ingvar Kamprad was a 17-year-old budding entrepreneur selling udder balm, picture frames and other small-town wares from his home in rural Sweden. That year, he founded a mail-order company called Ikea, initials taken after his name and that of his family's farm. His first employee was his close friend Otto Ullmann, an Austrian Jew about his age whose parents had sent him to Sweden t ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Potholes ahead for Trump's upcoming public works proposal
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    864 Visits
WASHINGTON - The Trump administration will soon release its long-anticipated public works plan, trying to fulfill a campaign pledge but set to fall short of some ambitious goals. As a candidate, Donald Trump promised to generate at least $1 trillion in infrastructure spending. As president, he is relying on state and local governments to pony up a significant share of the total. Trump told mayors ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Bad news far from over for GE
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    619 Visits

General Electric Co.'s announcement that it's under investigation by the SEC isn't that surprising in the context of its rapid downward spiral. But it's an important reminder that the bad news is far from over. The company disclosed this week that the regulator is looking into how it wound up having to pay $15 billion over seven years to shore up reserves for a legacy insura ...>>

Reference: www.chron.com
Trump's infrastructure plan comes with a huge pothole
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    521 Visits
WASHINGTON - When President Donald Trump unveils his plan to beef up the nation's infrastructure plan next month, it will include a crater-sized hole. The trust fund that pays for most federal highway and transit aid is forecast to go broke in about three years unless the government significantly scales back its transportation spending or comes up with more money. But Trump's infrastruct ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Chenault dealt with crises, competition as head of American Express
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    226 Visits
NEW YORK - Kenneth Chenault, wearing no sport coat and no tie, with a large cup of tea in front of him, fits an image of a man ready for retirement. Chenault is days away from stepping down as the chief executive officer and chairman of American Express, the credit card giant and one of the most iconic brands in the country. He will have run American Express for 17 years, guiding the company throu ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com
Nazi past followed Ikea founder to his death
Economy
Published in 30-1-2018
    922 Visits
In 1943, Ingvar Kamprad was a 17-year-old budding entrepreneur selling udder balm, picture frames and other small-town wares from his home in rural Sweden. That year, he founded a mail-order company called Ikea, initials taken after his name and that of his family's farm. His first employee was his close friend Otto Ullmann, an Austrian Jew about his age whose parents had sent him to Sweden t ...>>
Reference: www.chron.com


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