The legislation would create almost 250,000 union jobs, reduce public housing costs by $97 million per year, and cut costs from energy consumption by $613 million.
Stocks went down after Nixon impeachment but up after Clinton’s.
The tech mogul’s net worth is estimated at over $96 billion. Gates was also the richest person in the world from 1995 until 2008 when he was surpassed by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
NNU is the largest organization of registered nurses in the United States, representing over 150,000 members.
The data which cover the years 1989 through 2018 reveal a consistent trend of widening wealth inequality.
Jamie Dimon, JP Morgan Chase’s billionaire CEO, is concerned about wealth inequality.
Bolivian President Evo Morales resigned Tuesday following what is widely regarded to be a military coup. Morales had held the office of President since 2006.
The government’s top antitrust official warned large technology companies they could be pursued for antitrust law violations.
Microsoft Japan this week released the findings of a pilot 4-day work week program and the results were surprising. The effects of the shortening of the work week were positive across the board.
All our lives are affected by the economy. But the majority of reporting has a bias favoring the perspective of the haves and have nots. That is why Economic Left seeks to provide another perspective.