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Economists: New York’s paid family leave plan has shaky foundation

By Kiley Crossland
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Business | New York state passed the longest and most far-reaching family paid leave policy in the country last week. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed it into law Monday as part…

Midday Roundup: New tax rules nix big pharma merger

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Big pharma breakup. Pharmaceutical companies Pfizer and Allergan canceled their much anticipated $160 billion merger today after the Obama administration…

How raising the minimum wage is killing people with kindness

By D.C. Innes
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Government | It is high tide for egalitarian moral passion on the political left these days. After seven years of the “hope and change” president, the dream candidate…

Economists: $15 minimum wage will cripple California businesses

By Evan Wilt
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Business | California legislators approved the nation’s highest statewide minimum wage—$15 an hour—on Thursday, but critics say they forgot to do their homework…

Midday Roundup: EgyptAir hijacking ends peacefully

By Leigh Jones
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Newsworthy | Extreme domestic dispute. A man who claimed to be wearing a suicide vest hijacked an EgyptAir passenger plane flying from Alexandria to Cairo this morning and…

Motivated to honor God in everything

Motivated to honor God in everything

By Bill Newton
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Business | Peter’s company is thriving, godly, and ethical. His board members often disagree on some issues, and consequently have heated discussions. They have…

Seeing the business side of sports for what it is

By Barnabas Piper
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Sports | Adam LaRoche was a solid major league first baseman for more than a decade. After a rough time with the Chicago White Sox last year he hoped to bounce back…

Will NFL interference block Georgia’s religious liberty law?

By Bonnie Pritchett
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Religious Liberty | “If you build it they will come,” whispers the prophetic voice in the sports movie classic, Field of Dreams . But it wasn’t a disembodied voice that urged…

Three American Christians who refuse to cave

By La Shawn Barber
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Religious Liberty | I recently returned from a Christian conference in Nashville, Tenn., where I listened to three people who’ve lost business for refusing to cave to the…

The big gamble

By Jamie Dean
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Cities | Donald Trump bills his business savvy as a top qualification in his bid for the White House. But his legacy in Atlantic City—including those left…

Notable Books

By David L. Bahnsen
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Books | Four books on business and economic policy

Legal but unethical?

Legal but unethical?

By Bill Newton
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Business | The Meloon family started a boat building company in the 1920s that flourished, fashioning both pleasure boats and small boats for the military during times…

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