Dow Opens By Blowing Past 25,000 For First TimeThis stock market doesn't obey speed limits. It just blasted through another barrier: Dow 25,000, barely a month after it cracked 24,000 for the first time.
GOP Tax Bill: Here's What People Are SayingHow do people feel about GOP tax bill? It depends on who you ask. Some business, advocacy and trade groups have major concerns with it. Others say the tax plan will boost the economy.
US Unemployment Drops To Lowest In 17 YearsThe U.S. economy rebounded from the hurricanes and added 261,000 jobs, the best performance of the Trump administration.
Poll: Majority Of Americans Support Infrastructure SpendingAn overwhelming majority of Americans (89 percent) believe that investments in infrastructure will strengthen the U.S. economy, according to a new poll released Tuesday by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.
Half Of Americans Spend Their Entire Paycheck On Living Expenses, Study SaysAbout half of Americans claim that their expenses are equal to or greater than their income, according to a new study from the Center for Financial Services Innovation.
Trump's Policies On Immigration, Foreign Visitors Could Hit California Economy HardCalifornia is still golden, but President Donald Trump’s policies on immigration and foreign visitors could hit the state’s economy hard in two places – agriculture and tourism.
Report: LA County Economy On Upward Swing, But More Higher-Paying Jobs NeededThe county’s unemployment is down and its economic output is up, but experts say more high-paying jobs are needed to replace those giving way to lower-wage service-sector positions.
Analysis: US Homeowners See Equity Go Up $227BIn another sign of how the economy has improved since the recession, an analysis released Thursday shows that U.S. homeowners saw their equity increase by a total of $227 billion in the third quarter of 2016.
Verizon Cuts In-Store Jobs As Wireless Growth SlowsVerizon has cut jobs in stores across the country as it deals with increasing competition in the wireless industry.
UCLA Anderson Forecast: California Employment To Keep Growing Next 2 YearsDespite the uncertainty of the impending election, California employment has reached record levels and employment will likely continue to grow over the next two years, according to a UCLA economic forecast released Wednesday.
Cisco To Cut 5,500 Jobs In Restructuring EffortCisco Systems says it will lay off 5,500 employees as the internet gear maker scrambles to adapt to technology changes that have reduced demand for its main products.
Miss California USA Laughs Off Flubbed Economic Gap AnswerMiss California USA is poking some fun at herself after flubbing a question about the nation's economic gap during the Miss USA pageant.

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