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on corona and avocados: trump's 20 percent border tax concerns chicago businesse


let's get this out the way right now: yes, your avocados would cost more if a proposed 20 percent border tax on mexican imports were to become reality. that being said, the import tax floated by the white house on thursday as a possible way to fund president donald trump's proposed wall along the...






trump vs nordstrom: the latest bout raising ethical concerns


donald trump just can't seem to separate the presidency from his family's businesses.






mexico exports no longer just avocados, tequila


mexico city (ap) — if the united states imposes a border tax on mexican imports, it’s not just tequila, beer and avocados that would jump in price. mexico is the world’s leading exporter of refrigerators and flat-screen tvs. cars and trucks such as the ram 1500 crew cab, ford fiesta and chevrolet trax fill u.s. […]






britain: 65 percent of large companies suffered cyberattacks


london (ap) — britain’s treasury chief has warned that cyberattacks are increasing in severity and sophistication as authorities open a new center devoted to thwarting such threats. philip hammond has urged businesses to “sharpen” their approach as the attacks intensify. hammond says 65 percent of large businesses have reported a cyber breach or attack in […]






us businesses increase inventories 0.4 percent in december, biggest sales gain s


washington (ap) — us businesses increase inventories 0.4 percent in december, biggest sales gain since 2011.






trump vs nordstrom: the latest bout raising ethical concerns


donald trump just can't seem to separate the presidency from his family's businesses. whereas other presidents took pains to avoid even the appearance of using their office for private gain, trump is pushing the limits.






basketball: thursday scores


boys' basketball academy league crean lutheran 62, st. margaret's 41 sage hill 59, oxford academy 44   amb ador league loma linda academy 66, linfield christian 37   arrowhead league carnegie 56, csdr 32   big viii league corona centennial 72, corona 44 corona santiago 65, norco 60 eastvale roosevelt...






mexico trade war puts 1 in 33 california jobs at risk


it’s far more than just the supply of avocados that’s at risk in any u.s.-mexico trade war, with these international deals linked to 3.25 percent of california employment, according to one study.






pence kept in the dark by trump over flynn concerns — until he read about it in


the trump administration kept vice president mike pence in the dark about the justice department’s concerns regarding former national security advisor mike flynn for a full 15 days after the president was made aware of such concerns, nbc news reports. the doj’s concerns stemmed from flynn’s de...






japan logs 1 percent growth in 2016 as private demand stalls


tokyo (ap) — japan’s economy expanded at a steadily slowing pace in 2016, though a modest recovery in exports helped offset sluggish spending by households and businesses, according to data reported monday. the 1.0 percent annual pace of expansion for the year compared with 1.2 percent growth in 2015. for all but one quarter of […]






does president trump have the authority to 'send in the feds' to chicago?


a few days after moving into the white house, president donald trump put the third-largest city in the country on notice: “if chicago doesn't fix the horrible 'carnage’ going on, 228 shootings in 2017 with 42 killings (up 24 percent from 2016), i will send in the feds!” the president’s ominous...






trump vs nordstrom: the latest bout raising ethical concerns


new york (ap) — donald trump just can’t seem to separate the presidency from his family’s businesses. whereas other presidents took pains to avoid even the appearance of using their office for private gain, trump is pushing the limits. he met with indian business partners before his inauguration, and decided to hold on to his […]






coca-cola profit falls 55 percent, but beats expectations


coca-cola's profit fell 55 percent in the most recent quarter, as the world's biggest beverage maker restructures its business. the company, which also makes fanta, sprite and powerade, is in the process of selling off its bottling businesses to independent companies that will bottle its sodas and other drinks.






local businesses wait while trump's travel ban is in limbo


the corporate rage against president trump's controversial immigration ban is being led by the nation's technology companies, but nearly every business in the chicago area and elsewhere has a stake in this melee. right now, a legal dispute is underway that's challenging the president's broadly...






world shares slip as trump's actions spur investor caution


world stock markets retreated thursday as investors shied away from riskier ets over renewed concerns about u.s. president donald trump's policies. japan's benchmark slumped more than 1 percent on the strength of the yen, traditionally seen as a haven.






trump cites chicago violence for 2nd day in row: ‘what is going on?"


president donald trump called out chicago violence wednesday morning for the second day in a row and the fifth time in his three weeks in office, asking, “what is going on in chicago?”“in chicago, more than 4,000 people were s last year alone,” he said in a speech to a law enforcement group...






president trump still in position to cash in on businesses


cbs news searches through documents to see what steps president has taken to distance himself from his businesses






asian stocks cheered by trump promise to cut business taxes


asian stocks a nced friday led by big gains in japan after u.s. president donald trump promised that he would soon cut taxes for businesses. japan's benchmark nikkei 225 index surged 2.3 percent as the yen weakened against the dollar, lifting shares of exporters.






asian stocks rise on trump's promise to cut business taxes


asian stocks a nced friday led by big gains in japan after u.s. president donald trump promised that he would soon cut taxes for businesses. japan's benchmark nikkei 225 index surged 2.4 percent as the yen weakened against the dollar, lifting shares of exporters.






businesses face treacherous path after 'delete uber'


the uber boycott sparked by the company’s refusal to join an anti-trump strike poses a question many u.s. businesses will have to answer: do they openly stand with those of their customers who abhor president donald trump’s policies or does it make more business sense for them to stay neutral? ...






donald trump wants to cut two regulations on businesses for every new one impose


president donald trump signed an order monday aimed at cutting regulations on businesses, saying that agencies should eliminate two regulations for every new one.






former angel c.j. wilson seeks $2.7 million for corona del mar home


former angels pitcher c.j. wilson, who missed all of last season due to injury, is fielding offers on his home in corona del mar. he’s put the ocean-view house in the spygl hill neighborhood up for sale for $2.699 million. built in 1976 and recently remodeled, the contemporary-style home features...






chicago's racial wealth gap far worse than u.s. average, report finds


about 65 percent of african-american, latino and asian households in chicago have so little savings and other ets that a sudden job loss, medical emergency or other income disruption would throw them into poverty within three months, according to a report on wealth inequities in the city. the...






revenues from google's cloud, hardware and play units grow in q4


google's non-advertising related businesses comprised 13 percent of the company's $25.8 billion in revenue, which is more than those business have ever contributed before.






trump reportedly claimed 2 were s dead in chicago during obama’s speech — but it


chicago — an abc news transcript of its interview with president donald trump on wednesday quoted him as saying that two people were fatally s in chicago while his predecessor, barack obama, was giving his farewell speech at chicago’s mccormick place — a claim shown to be false by police de...






despite financial struggles, chicago state has for years worked to open $60m sec


chicago state university's struggles are daunting: it has half as many students as six years ago. the graduation rate has dropped to 11 percent. hundreds of employees have been laid off, and the school may run out of money before the end of the semester. yet leaders at the far south side public...






three chicago police districts accounted for half of all january homicides


violence in chicago remains stubbornly high, with homicides and shootings this year matching the beginning of last year and the same communities bearing the brunt of the problem, according to data released by the police department on wednesday.about 50 percent of the homicides in january were in...






three police districts accounted for half of all homicides in chicago in january


violence in chicago remains stubbornly high, with homicides and shootings this year matching the beginning of last year and the same communities bearing the brunt of the problem, according to data released by the police department wednesday.about 50 percent of the homicides in january were in three...






colorado considers letting cities set bar hours; madd worries change would boost


a bill that would allow colorado municipalities to extend the hours when businesses can serve alcohol has raised concerns the change could boost the number of intoxicated drivers on the state's roads.






benjamin hernandez to be deported for the sixth time, let’s copy mexico, they de


while many mexican politicians including president enrique peña nieto decry gop president trump’s proposal for a border wall, mexico reportedly deports nine in 10 central american illegal migrants south of its own border. univision reports that mexico strictly enforces its own immigration laws through strong border security which has led to the deportation of 87 percent, 92 percent, […]






things to do in chicago this weekend: chicago auto show, uchicago folk festival,


chicago tribune critics and editors help you pick the best things to do in chicago this weekend.






chicago's downtown apartment construction boom may be nearing peak


the massive apartment construction boom in downtown chicago is starting to show signs of saturation, and rents will likely start to decline by fall, appraisal research counselors reported tuesday. rents fell about 14.7 percent during the fourth quarter to $2.89 a square foot for the top-quality,...






us wages, benefits rise 0.6 percent in 4th quarter


washington (ap) — wages and benefits paid to u.s. civilian workers grew at a steady pace in the fourth quarter. the labor department says total compen ion rose 0.5 percent from october through december, a tad slower than 0.6 percent growth in the july-september period. wages and salaries increased 0.5 percent, benefits 0.4 percent. in the […]






japan logs 1 percent growth in 2016 as private demand stalls


japan's economy expanded at a steadily slowing pace in 2016, though a modest recovery in exports helped offset sluggish spending by households and businesses, according to data reported monday.






president still in position to cash in on businesses


cbs news searches through documents to see what steps president has taken to distance himself from his businesses






australian businesses must now report if they’ve suffered a data breach


big aussie businesses will soon be legally required to disclose data breaches thanks to a bill passed by the federal government






shops vandalized on melrose place in beverly grove


three businesses were vandalized on melrose place in beverly grove early wednesday, police said. the windows of three businesses in the 8400 block of melrose place were smashed sometime after midnight, said lapd officer irma mota.  money was taken from one of the three businesses, mota said; the...






trump attacks on judiciary raise safety concerns for judges


when a judge who helped derail president donald trump's travel ban was hit with online threats, the abuse raised safety concerns among jurists across the country, and experts are worried that the president's own attacks on the judiciary could make judges a more inviting target.






more colorado businesses dropping pot from pre-employment drug tests


about 7 percent of colorado companies that do pre-employment drug screening dropped marijuana from their tests. but if you want to work in industries involving heavy machinery, like oil and gas or construction, you can still expect to have to pee in a cup.






asian stocks cheered by trump promise to cut business taxes


hong g (ap) — asian stocks a nced friday led by big gains in japan after u.s. president donald trump promised that he would soon cut taxes for businesses. japan’s benchmark nikkei 225 index surged 2.3 percent as the yen weakened against the dollar, lifting shares of exporters. keeping score: japan’s benchmark nikkei 225 index surged […]






first lawsuit in chicago challenges trump travel ban


a chicago man who traveled to his native iran to care for his ailing mother is asking a federal judge to declare president donald trump's executive order on immigration unconstitutional. the lawsuit, filed under the pseudonym john doe, is the first challenge filed in federal court in chicago to...






first lawsuit in chicago challenges trump travel ban


a chicago man who traveled to his native iran to care for his ailing mother is asking a federal judge to declare president donald trump's executive order on immigration unconstitutional.the lawsuit, filed under the pseudonym john doe, is the first challenge filed in federal court in chicago to...






week in review: trump's first week | state of the state | bulls in disarray


here are recaps of the week's stories (sunday through friday) to catch you up on what's been happening. chicago front and center in trump's first week the city's leaders got a crash course in how donald trump will govern after the president tweeted he would "send in the feds!" to solve chicago...






asian stocks cheered by trump promise to cut business taxes


hong g (ap) — asian stocks a nced friday led by big gains in japan after u.s. president donald trump promised that he would soon cut taxes for businesses. japan’s benchmark nikkei 225 index surged 2.3 percent as the yen weakened against the dollar, lifting shares of exporters. keeping score: japan’s benchmark nikkei 225 index surged […]






retail ceo says trump meeting 'productive,' despite worries over border tax idea


president donald trump on wednesday met with a group of executives from big-name retailers such as target and best buy, a conversation in which the industry planned to make the case that they believe a republican plan for tax reform would be detrimental to their businesses — and to the wider economy....






trump again calls out chicago on violence and repeats debunked murder rate claim


president donald trump on tuesday again singled out violence in chicago, this time during a white house meeting with sheriffs where he repeated a debunked claim that the u.s. murder rate is the highest it's been in 45 years."if you ran chicago, you would solve that nightmare, i'll tell you," trump...






anonymous donor pays students' lunch debt


an anonymous donor paid off lunch debts for 148 elementary school students.