As president-elect, Trump cut a deal to keep a manufacturing plant in Indiana. But the industry's workers have still taken a hit.
It’s not even Inauguration Day yet, but we’re getting a pretty clear sense of President-elect Donald Trump’s negotiating style with corporate America. His tweets have chastised manufacturers like Carrier, GM and Ford for outsourcing jobs, prompting those companies to promise to add or retain jobs domestically. And now several others are promising expansions and investments […]
Corporations see their workforce as an expense, not an asset.
Details are still unclear, and it may not be replicable.
United Technologies wants to raise profits by using Mexican labor, but it’s spending $16 billion buying back its own shares.