EPA is now allowing asbestos back into manufacturing

Fast Company recently reported on the potential comeback of one of the most infamous building materials of recent memory. Asbestos is now legally allowed back into U.S. manufacturing under a serious of loopholes by the… Read More

EU foreign policy chief calls on firms to defy Trump over Iran

The EU is set on a collision course with Donald Trump after its foreign policy chief called for Europeans to increase their business dealings with Iran in defiance of bellicose statements from the US president…. Read More

EU patients may miss out on medicines in no-deal Brexit, says AstraZeneca

Pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca has warned that patients in the European Union may not be able to receive vital medicines from the UK if the company does not successfully prepare for a no-deal #Brexit. The manufacturer… Read More

The Trump Slump Hits U.S. Tourism

Summertime, but where are the foreign tourists? Ever since our forty-fifth president was elected, tourism to the United States from foreign countries has steadily dropped—in the face of a world-wide boom in travel—and the authoritative… Read More

Kushner Family Newspaper Cuts Ties With A Writer Who Attacked Kremlin Foes

The Kushner family–owned New York Observer has cut ties with a writer who has, since 2014, authored dozens of pro-Kremlin articles for the website, the most recent a story in April offering Russia’s spin that… Read More