The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decided Thursday to regulate roaming charges for wireless carriers, but without allowing Commissioners to vote on the policy change.
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Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn is being attacked for political cronyism after appointing his former campaign manager to oversee stadiums in the state.
Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe is asking lawmakers to increase funding for business incentives and sell off $250 million in unclaimed property to help balance the state's budget.
Zenefits, the fastest-growing start-up of 2014, is fighting back against state regulators in Utah who want to outlaw its business model.
Virginia's Republican speaker of the House is facing a primary challenge over his support for tax hikes and using tax dollars to benefit corporations.
State and local business subsidies are intended to create jobs and promote economic growth, but frequently serve only to enrich billionaires and large corporations.
A recently hired procurement executive at the Treasury Department is being accused of illegally awarding millions of dollars in contracts to friends while she was a senior official at the Department of Veterans Affairs.
The mayor of Cincinnati is claiming that supporters of a controversial transit project deliberately understated its costs in order to enhance its political appeal.
Opponents on both sides of the aisle say the omnibus spending bill was filled with favors for special interests that Congress was not given time to properly debate.
Two federal programs created to promote small-business lending, one of which President Obama wishes to extend, have experienced lower-than-expected demand from banks and state governments.
Virginia Democratic Gov. Terry McAuliffe is awarding business incentives at a record-setting pace, and appears determined to continue that pace throughout his term in office.
Oklahoma Republican Sen. Tom Coburn released his latest report chronicling government waste on Tuesday, highlighting giveaways littered throughout the tax code.
Negotiations over the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership free trade agreement are continuing this week in Washington, but some economists say the talks shouldn't be limited to traditional trade barriers like tariffs.
Michigan lawmakers will soon reconcile their differences over the state's film tax credit program, which was scheduled to expire in 2017.
The Postal Regulatory Commission (PRC) announced on Thursday that embattled chairwoman Ruth Goldway would be stepping down, eliciting praise from some of her sharpest critics.
Already under fire after posting a $5.5 billion lost in fiscal 2014, the U.S. Postal Service is now facing criticism over its handling of foreign packages.
Opponents of the Export-Import Bank are increasingly confident its days are numbered.
A new study claims that many of the loans given out by the Small Business Administration in the last few years have gone to luxury industries and subsidiaries of large corporations, instead of typical main street businesses.
Pittsburgh was able to keep US Steel from moving its headquarters with tax breaks and other incentives, and Nashville may soon follow suit in its bid for Bridgestone.