Trump tax reform: He’s got some explaining to do. – Washington Post

President Trump’s administration unveiled its tax plan, which was short on details. (Evan Vucci/AP Photo) This week the administration revealed its wish list of tax changes. The reveal brought to mind the expression, “the devil is in the details.” The plan, such as it was, took up all of one page. So before you get all […]

Under Armour shares surge on smaller-than-expected loss – CNBC

Under Armour shares surge on smaller-than-expected loss – CNBC

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Canada reports progress with US on lumber, deal not in sight – Reuters

OTTAWA Canada and the United States have made progress in recent days on a dispute over Canadian lumber exports “but we are not there yet”, Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland said on Wednesday. Freeland, speaking to reporters on a conference call, also said the United States should treat Canada with respect, given that Canada is […]

Canadian Lumber Industry Hits Back at `Unfair’ Trump Tariffs – Bloomberg

Canadian lumber companies criticized new tariffs on imports of softwood lumber to the U.S., calling them unfair and unwarranted, while Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s administration vowed to fight back. The tariffs of as much as 24 percent announced by the U.S. late Monday are “inappropriate,” said Seth Kursman, a spokesman for Resolute Forest Products Inc., the […]

Tax Reforms We Actually Need – Huffington Post

Recent power outages in Michigan, New York and San Francisco are the latest evidence of how bad weather and antiquated equipment shut down vital energy services. A government study estimates that weather, the most common cause of power interruptions, costs the national economy tens of billions of dollars every year. Four months ago, the U.S. […]

Political Paranoia Gets Expensive for Europe Bears Who Stay Away – Bloomberg

Political Paranoia Gets Expensive for Europe Bears Who Stay Away – Bloomberg

Skepticism is again proving unhealthy for European stock bears who see a monster behind every door. They were punished anew on Monday. French stocks surged to an eight-year peak after centrist Emmanuel Macron won the first round of the country’s presidential elections. That sparked regional benchmarks to soar to their highest levels since 2015. Again […]

White House officials offer conflicting details of Trump tax plan – Washington Post

White House Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney. REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque Top Trump administration officials are giving out differing accounts of a tax plan that the president has promised will be released on Wednesday, calling into question whether they have ironed out some of the most difficult components of any proposal. Among the major decisions President […]

‘Come on, hit me!’: American Airlines grounds flight attendant after video shows confrontation – Washington Post

An American Airlines jet. (Alan Diaz/Associated Press) American Airlines said it is investigating an incident in which a male flight attendant reportedly upset a female passenger to the point of tears, then later was recorded getting into a heated confrontation with a male passenger who tried to come to the woman’s defense. “We have seen the […]

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