Range of businesses—including fisheries, landscapers and those in summer tourist spots—have complained about worker shortages.
tah Sen.Orrin Hatch said the release of Joshua Holt would come after two years of diplomatic negotiations that began under the Obama administration.
Depicting such efforts as a matter of long-term human survival, he said: “This is not something that we may choose to do; this is something we must do.”
So far, the month of May is turning out to be a solid, if not turbulent, period for stock-market investors, but there’s plenty of cause for caution.
Approval would remove the last hurdle for a deal that has been stuck for months amid U.S.-China trade tensions, but one of the people said it could come with conditions.
South Korean President Moon Jae-in and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un held a surprise meeting at the demilitarized zone Saturday aimed at keeping inter-Korean relations, and a possible summit between Kim and President Donald Trump, on track.
Shares do better when year-over-year profits decline, writes Mark Hulbert.
Italy’s new coalition government is spooking investors with its provocative spending plans and underlying euroskepticism. But prospects for a return of the darkest days of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis seem low, say economists at Commerzbank, and that’s due in large part to the actions of the European Central Bank.
British online supermarket Ocado Group’s stock has soared after a big licensing deal with Kroger. Now even some fans are suggesting it’s time for shares to digest their big pop.
Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr is whistling a foul on those using professional athletes’ behavior during the playing of the national anthem as a litmus test for patriotism, and it’s one reason he’s glad his defending champions play in the NBA rather than the NFL.