Oklahoma's Newest Jobs Program Looks To The Chicken Egg For Help

Business | Peter Fricke
Chickens feed from a row of feed bins at a farm in Fairmont, North Carolina June 10, 2014. (Reuters)/Randall Hill

Eggs are the new corn in these parts

This Union Cost A Man His Job And Livelihood

Business | Connor D. Wolf

‘Where was the solidarity? Where was my union brothers?’

Consumers Have Last Word On Solar Scams

Business | Peter Fricke
Vivint Solar technicians install solar panels on the roof of a house in Mission Viejo, California, in this October 25, 2013 file photo. Mission Viejo, California October 25, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni/Files

Consumers say solar companies exaggerated savings, failed to warn them about bird poop

The US Supreme Court Could End Forced Unionization

Business | Connor D. Wolf
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‘I believe we are a voice for the voiceless’

Editorial Slams Taxpayer Burden For 'Stadium Subsidies' As 'Mind Boggling'

Business | Peter Fricke
An overview of the University of Phoenix Stadium Stadium the home of the Arizona Cardinals NFL team in Glendale.

Tax breaks and massive taxpayer debt

Musk May Capitalize On Solar Subsidies With Tesla Home Battery

Business | Peter Fricke
Electric Car Maker Telsa Announces Nevada Site For New Battery Factory

Tesla home battery could benefit from solar panel subsidies

Arkansas Lawmakers Want Unlimited Access To Voter Wallets

Business | Peter Fricke
BUA Wal-Mart Stores Inc company distribution center in Bentonvillein this file photo

Proposed constitutional amendment would remove caps on corporate welfare

Not Great News On The Economy This Morning

Business | Reuters
A job seeker walks past a sign at a veterans' job fair in Burbank, Los Angeles

Participation rate near a four-decade low

Congressman Highlights Billions In New Taxes, Fees For Net's New Rules

Business | Peter Fricke
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) speaks at a news conference on the anticipated House passage of the USA Freedom Act on Capitol Hill in Washington May 22, 2014.   REUTERS/Yuri Gripas

Congressman delivers blistering critique of new Internet regulations

Delaware Entices Businesses With Potential Right-To-Work Zones

Business | Connor D. Wolf
A protester holds a sign during a demonstration against unemployment benefit cuts on July 11, 2012 in Oakland, California. Dozens of protestors with the group Union of Unemployed Workers staged a demonstration to protest cuts in unemployment benefits. (Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

‘This Act allows the Director of the Delaware Economic Development Office to create right-to-work zones as part of its inducements to bring new businesses to Delaware’

Union Power Behind Supposed Workers Movement

Business | Connor D. Wolf
Will seeing more of this benefit America?

‘As low wage workers we know what its like to struggle to get by’

Report: More EPA Regulations Mean Fewer Jobs In Virginia

Business | PG Veer
File of steam rising from the stakes of the coal fired Jim Bridger Power Plant outside Point of the Rocks, Wyoming

Electricity may be more expensive too

Thiel: Lawyers Shouldn't Be In Charge Of Tech Investment

Business | Peter Fricke

Thiel: government, society combine to stifle unconventional ideas

Retailers Could Be Harmed With Proposed Overtime Rule

Business | Connor D. Wolf
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‘And thats going to involve more paperwork and more bureaucracy’

Huge Chinese Bank Threatens To Remake The Face Of Global Finance

Business | Peter Fricke
China's President Xi Jinping (C) poses for photos with the guests at the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank launch ceremony at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing October 24, 2014.  REUTERS/Takaki Yajima/Pool

At least 42 countries expected to join AIIB

Case Against McDonald's Could 'Upend' The Franchise Model

Business | Connor D. Wolf
Scores of fast food workers and their supporters calling for a $15 minimum wage fill a McDonalds restaurant in Chelsea

‘The lawsuits against McDonalds are aimed at using government to upend successful business franchise arrangements that work for so many entrepreneurs and employees’

Cincinnati Streetcar Cost Estimate Kept Hidden For Nearly A Year

Business | Peter Fricke
The Cincinnati Streetcar project is modeled on the system currently used in Portland, Oregon.

Utility relocation for streetcar expansion would cost nearly $40 million, according to previously-undisclosed estimate

Angie's List Haunted By Huge Fraud Lawsuit As It Criticizes Indiana Religious Freedom Act

Business | Eric Owens
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Consumer reviews website faces third consumer class action in four years

Protesters Beg KC Officials Not To Drive Uber Away

Business | Peter Fricke
The logo of car-sharing service app Uber on a smartphone over a reserved lane for taxis in a street is seen in this photo illustration taken in Madrid on December 10, 2014. REUTERS/Sergio Perez

Proposed fees on rideshare drivers prompt protests in Kansas City

Jindal's Fight Against Corporate Welfare Could Be Model For Nation

Business | Peter Fricke
Bobby Jindal speaking at CPAC - Daily Caller/Kelsi Thorud

Refundable corporate tax credits turn into non-refundable credits