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Anti-Trump March Organizers Met to Discuss Plans With Twitter/Facebook Execs

Daniel Greenfield, While Twitter and Facebook agreed to censor conservative news under the guise of fighting a “fake news” epidemic, tech executives have apparently been coordinating with anti-Trump protesters.  On February 10, behind closed doors in San Francisco, national organizers of the Women’s March on Washington met with Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg and other tech

Trump Promises To Modernize American Airports

Michael Qazvini, In a meeting with airline executives Thursday morning, President Trump vowed to help rebuild the country’s dilapidated airports as part of his campaign to increase infrastructure spending. “Among the attendees were Brad Tilden, chairman and CEO of Alaska Airlines; Ed Bastian, CEO of Delta Air Lines; Robin Hayes, president and CEO of JetBlue

Intel to Invest $7 Billion in Factory in Arizona, Employ 3,000 #MAGA

Anita Balakrishnan | CNBC, 7 nanometer chips produced there will be ‘the most powerful computer chips on the planet’ Intel chief executive Brian Krzanich met with President Donald Trump on Wednesday, where the company announced it will invest $7 billion in a factory employing up to 3,000 people. The factory will be in Chandler, Arizona,

Corporate Bullying has Arrived

Tom Tradup, Nordstrom says it will stop selling Ivanka Trump clothing and accessories, creating some questions about the future of the brand elsewhere. That innocuous headline caught my eye Friday, because it confirmed the arrival of what FOX Business Network and SRN financial commentator Lou Dobbs brilliantly calls “Corporate Bullying.” Naturally, Seattle-based Nordstrom stores won’t

The New Edge of Intolerance

Debra J. Saunders, Last weekend, Uber CEO Travis Kalanick informed his employees that he would stay on President Trump’s economic advisory council, even though he, like much of his staff, vehemently opposed many Trump platforms. By Thursday, Kalanick resigned from the panel. The ride-sharing czar’s swift reversal is a sign of the divide widening across

Papa John’s CEO: US Needs ‘free markets with limited government’

Shepard Ambellas | Infowars, Pizza magnate says big government, heavy regulations have jammed entrepreneurship. Papa John’s founder and CEO John Schnatter says overpaid corporate executives have driven the country down a precarious path veering far away from free trade, which is vital for the country to flourish. In his new book, “Papa: The Story of

Trump Announces Manufacturing Revival Team

Brendan Kirby, President assembles business, union leaders for jobs initiative. President Trump on Friday rolled out the Manufacturing Jobs Initiative, a group of business and union leaders who will advise the administration on how to promote a manufacturing revival in America. The group includes some big names in American business, including U.S. Steel CEO Mario

World Jewish Congress Slams Anti-Defamation League for Crying Wolf on Antisemitism

Joel B. Pollak, World Jewish Congress President Ronald S. Lauder released a statement Saturday evening chiding Anti-Defamation League CEO Jonathan Greenblatt for criticizing President Donald Trump’s statement on International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which did not specifically mention Jews. President Trump’s statement read: “It is with a heavy heart and somber mind that we remember and honor the