US-China brawl reflected in Wisconsin

Foxconn partly reverses his plans for a large branch in the US state of Wisconsin. Initially, LCD screens would be made in the facility where the Apple supplier invests $ 10 billion. The company now says that it does not see any good in it…

US drags Chinese telecom giant Huawei to the court

Bank fraud, money laundering and theft of trade secrets. The United States has indicted the Chinese telecom giant Huawei for a series of crimes. In this way the relationships between the countries, which were not good at all, will be…

Starbucks Ex-CEO views presidency

Former CEO of coffee chain Starbucks Howard Schultz is considering participating in the US presidential election in 2020 as an independent candidate. That is what Schultz, whose Starbucks has developed into a global corporation, told the…

Shutdown Cost U.S. Economy $11 Billion

The 35-day partial government shutdown cost the U.S. economy $11 billion, and some $3 billion of that total will never be recovered, the Congressional Budget Office said Monday. The nonpartisan office estimated that the shutdown delayed…

US Lawmakers Set to Introduce ‘First Strike’ Bill

U.S. lawmakers and nuclear arms control leaders are set to hold a news conference Tuesday to discuss limiting the power of U.S. presidents to launch a nuclear strike. Democratic Sen. Edward Markey of Massachusetts and Congressman Ted Lieu…