Boeing lands contract for new Air Force One

Air Force One deal has liftoff Boeing recently signed a contract with President Trump to test and modify two new Air Force One jets – the deal is valued at $3.9 billion. The Boeing 747/748’s will be finished by 2024 according to sources, which would be Trump’s last year in office if he wins reelection. […]
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Apple plans to clean China’s environment

Green Apple Apple announced on Thursday that it will invest $300 million in clean energy in China. The company stated that it will partner with ten of its global suppliers in the initiative. Their goal is to create enough renewable energy to power one million homes in China. Not only is this initiative beneficial for […]
  • 6 Days ago

California cuts greenhouse gases significantly

Is California inspiration for other states? On Wednesday, the California Air Resource Board reported that California greenhouse gas emissions dropped by 2.7 percent in 2016. That brings their greenhouse gas emissions for the year down to 429.4 million metric tons – that may still seem like a lot (and it is), but it’s actually very […]
  • 7 Days ago

Drug prices on the rise

Untouchable pharma manufacturers Pfizer agreed to halt the increase of its drug prices after President Trump talked with its executives, but that doesn’t mean other companies haven’t been ramping up prices. According to Wells Fargo, in June and the first few days of July, pharmaceutical manufacturers raised the prices of 104 drugs (!!!). Teva Pharmaceutical […]
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Trump Threatens Harley-Davidson On Twitter

Harley-Davidson has reported that they will be moving production abroad due to Trump tariffs. President Trump did not hesitate to hit Twitter. Trump fired back via Twitter on Tuesday: “Early this year, Harley-Davidson said they would move much of their plant operations in Kansas City to Thailand. That was long before Tariffs were announced. Hence, […]
  • 14 Days ago

Chinese companies to cancel purchase of US soybeans

Soybeans shortage in China China’s tit-for-tat tariffs on US exports take effect on Friday, and because of that, Chinese firms are pulling out of their soybean deals. According to the US Department of Agriculture, the country as a whole has denied the purchase of over 1 million metric tons of soybeans. Companies have already resold […]
  • 14 Days ago

Largest nail manufacturer nearing bankruptcy

Nail firm hammered by tariffs Mid-Continent Nail has struggled significantly ever since President Trump imposed a 25% tariff on aluminum and steel. Because of the tariff, the company had to hike up prices; consequently, nail sales have dropped 50%. Last week, Mid-Continent laid off 12% of its employees. According to the company, they will be […]
  • 22 Days ago

OPEC reaches new deal

OPEC meeting filled with ambiguity OPEC nations met on Friday and agreed to increase crude oil production. Head of OPEC Suhail Mohammed Faraj Al Mazrouei announced that nations would begin producing at the maximum output as allowed by the 2016 agreement. Further, in 2016, OPEC nations voted to limit production to a certain amount so […]
  • 24 Days ago

Steel manufacturer invests in new factory following Trump tariffs

Steel tariffs are showing promising economic growth In March, President Trump imposed a 25% tariff on imported steel, hoping to bolster US manufacturing. JSW Steel USA may finally be the saving grace to his policy, as it invests $500 million in a new US manufacturing plant. The Indian-owned company will not only invest half a […]
  • 27 Days ago
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