Uber and Lyft IPOs mean the cheap rides are coming to an end

Uber Technologies Inc., like rival Lyft Inc., does not have a road to profitability unless it does one of two things: Get rid of drivers or raise...

Pharma ads will soon be required to include drug prices

Pharmaceutical companies will soon be required to include their products’ prices in TV ads, under a new rule that the Trump administration hopes will drive down prescription-drug...

Blue states are still drowning in red ink

President Trump’s presidency has been a boon for states. Thanks to major increases in state tax collections in late 2017 and mid-2018, 41 states have recovered from...

Why job growth will continue into the summer

In my column last Thursday I went out on a limb and predicted that job growth for April would be much better than expected.And on Friday the Labor Department...

The ridiculous reason New York faces a gas shortage

The biggest, most important city in America, cut off from new supplies of natural gas vital to its growth. Fact is, such a nightmare could be just...

The Sabotage Years

Do you remember the great inflation scare of 2010-2011? The U.S. economy remained deeply depressed from the aftereffects of the burst housing bubble and the 2008 financial...

Lyft, Uber drivers planning worldwide strike next week

New York drivers for Uber, Lyft and other ride-sharing apps will be joining colleagues from across the globe by briefly going on strike Wednesday to demand better...

Stock Market Slips As Tech Earnings Come Up Short

The stock market declined Thursday as earnings disappointments dragged down a number of highflying stocks and weaker oil prices weighed on energy stocks. The Dow Jones Industrial Average...

Wall Street spending big to protect against hacking: report

Wall Street’s biggest companies are pumping more cash into cybersecurity, as the industry’s brass openly frets that hackers are the next major threat to the financial system. Financial...

Struggling Subway closed more than 1,000 restaurants

Struggling fast food franchise Subway closed more than double the number of restaurants in 2018 than it had forecast, the company revealed in a regulatory filing.An annual...

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