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Aaron Schrank

Latest Stories from Aaron (155)

A down day for Facebook

by Aaron Schrank Jul 26, 2018
Growth is down and spending is up.
The Facebook logo is displayed at the 2018 CeBIT technology trade fair on June 12, 2018 in Hanover, Germany.
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U.S. trade officials hold hearing on next batch of tariffs

by Aaron Schrank Jul 24, 2018
In June, President Donald Trump announced tariffs on $50 billion in Chinese goods, most of which went into effect earlier this month. Now U.S. trade officials are set to impose the rest of them, but not before a hearing on…
A factory worker makes parts in a welding room at LGMazak, a Sino-Japanese joint venture firm that manufactures digitally controlled machinery for automotive, aviation, chemical, and manufacturing industries, 03 September 2004 in Yinchuan, in northwest China's Ningxia Hui Autonomous region. 
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Tesla is synonymous with Elon Musk. Is that a problem?

by Aaron Schrank Jul 19, 2018
Musk's erratic behavior has investors worried about the visionary founder that once drew them in.
Tesla's stock has taken a hit.
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California will be a battleground for the rent control debate this November

by Aaron Schrank Jul 10, 2018
According to a poll, 60 percent of California voters favor limits on how much landlords can charge.
A "For Rent" sign is seen on a building Hollywood, California, May 11, 2016.
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Could the U.S. be heading out of the WTO?

by Aaron Schrank Jun 29, 2018
President Donald Trump is telling White House officials he wants to pull the U.S. out of the World Trade Organization, according to news website Axios. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin later dismissed those reports as an “exaggeration.” Axios reported, citing an…

Anthropologists help drill down on company culture

by Aaron Schrank Jun 28, 2018
Corporate anthropologists work on everything from company culture to marketing research that helps companies understand customers better.
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Street vending may be legal in Los Angeles by summer's end

by Aaron Schrank Jun 22, 2018
But one person's vending cart is a brick-and-mortar shop's competition.
A street vendor sells fruit in Los Angeles in 2017. It's the only major U.S. city where street vending is illegal.
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The nominee to lead the CFPB raises more questions about the agency’s future

by Aaron Schrank Jun 18, 2018
The White House has tapped Mick Mulvaney’s replacement to run the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, the consumer watchdog agency formed in the wake of the financial crisis. Kathy Kraninger is an associate director in the Office of Management and Budget,…

U.S. suicides are on the rise but funding, research lags

by Aaron Schrank Jun 18, 2018
As people mourn the recent deaths of Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, researchers say the growing public health crisis deserves more attention.
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A world without NAFTA. How would that work?

by Aaron Schrank Jun 5, 2018
After more than a year of three-party talks to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement, President Donald Trump’s top economic aide says a new approach is needed. Larry Kudlow told “Fox & Friends” Tuesday morning that the administration now…