Chinese tech giant Huawei is rapidly ascending to become a leading brand for global telecommunication strategies and innovation, transforming its competitive landscape. But not everyone sees Huawei as a friendly competitor.
Alexandra Hudson joins the Next Revolution with Steve Hilton to discuss why government cannot fix this.
Edward Stringham speaks on Yahoo Finance on the strange timing of the Fed's interest rate moves.
The US women’s national team have claimed their second consecutive World Cup. Exciting fans with a brilliant run throughout the season. Unfortunately, the celebration of female accomplishment cannot exist without being shadowed by the fake gender war politics of the current year.
Edward Stringham addresses the trade war and the mistaken notion of the trade deficit, speaking on BBC.
The Federal Reserve is preparing to cut interest rates for the first time in a decade because it sees a cooling global economy and no sign of overheating in the jobs market at home. AIER President Edward Stringham joins Bloomberg to give his insight.
Is Trump engaged in a high-stakes game to bring about freer trade with China, or just looking for a way to justify the tariffs that he claims have revived American manufacturing?
The Fed chairman insists that the central bank will make independent decisions but there is no way fully to insulate monetary policy from politics.
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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is from New York, where garbage disposals are not very common in apartments because they were only legalized in the 1990s, as incredible as that seems. But now she lives in D.C., and she has discovered that there is one in her apartment.
The song changes, but the dance remains the same.
The Trump administration has filed a lawsuit against Facebook with the claim that the company is guilty of redlining. At issue are the tools that allow advertisers to target ads. The problem is that this attack fundamentally threatens the economic model that makes social media work.