WASHINGTON – Bitcoin and similar cryptocurrencies are “scams,” a financial expert told the Senate Banking Committee Thursday, but another expert said cryptocurrencies are innovating financial transactions safely. Dr. Nouriel Roubini, a New York University professor,...
WASHINGTON – Bitcoin and similar cryptocurrencies are “scams,” a financial expert told the Senate Banking Committee Thursday, but another expert said cryptocurrencies are innovating financial transactions safely. Dr. Nouriel Roubini, a New York University professor,...read more
Bill Bryan, acting Under Sec. for Science and Technology at DHS, says innovation “not effectively tapped into” by government
Bill Bryan, acting Under Sec. for Science and Technology at DHS, says innovation “not effectively tapped into” by governmentread more
Eighty percent of building contractors nationwide are having difficulty finding qualified craft workers, new data show.
WASHINGTON - Many people — especially young people — are worried about whether Social Security will still be around when they are eligible to collect it, but fear not, even millennials will be able to receive benefits, retirement experts say, as long as action is...read more
Investors hurt by more than a decade of low interest rates are searching for higher returns in uncharted areas, leading to a boom in the litigation finance industry, where lawsuits are funded by third parties. Critics say it will lead to more lawsuits in an already litigious society and reduce the payouts victims receive.read more
Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai said closing the digital divide is his top priority, but lawmakers at the Senate Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee hearing Thursday worried that inaccurate maps of broadband coverage will stymie the FCC’s efforts.read more
US import prices will increase in long term though remained flat in July caused by a strong dollar in the market, experts said.
China on Friday said it will impose 5%-to-25% percent tariffs on 5,207 types of U.S. imports worth of $60 billion.
Instead of learning from EU data protection law directly, U.S. should build its own data-privacy bill and negotiate with other counties to build a comprehensive privacy protection framework, experts said.
The Internet Research Agency (IRA) contributed to the social media meddling leading up to the 2016 election, but they didn’t stop there.
WASHINGTON, July 26 (UPI) -- Senators criticized NASA Wednesday for not spending enough money on the Trump administration-backed mission of sending humans to Mars in near future -- urging the agency to make "tough decisions" and focus more on Mars than the moon. The...
Lawmakers gathered to examine whether the Federal Trade Commission enforces too aggressive actions to prevent fraud and catches even legitimate payment processors.
Government rules for federally registered apprenticeship programs are too restrictive, forcing the manufacturing, construction and health care industries to create their own programs, industry leaders told a Senate committee Thursday.
WASHINGTON - Warning of the “harm and damage being done right now” to U.S. businesses by escalating trade disputes, Wisconsin Republican Senator Ron Johnson urged the Trump Administration to stay focussed on China, rather than America’s allies. “The real problem is of...
WASHINGTON – Some businesses want to use blockchain technologies so they can have a more secure and convenient transaction environment, but lack of a uniform standard is a roadblock that the federal government could solve, some business leaders told the Congressional...