How China Skirts America’s Antidumping Tariffs on Steel

China Skirts America’s Antidumping Tariffs On Steel

“It was like trying to drive a car without tires,” says Siniša Prelić, a union leader at the factory. Now production is hitting all-time highs under its new owner, Hesteel Group, a Chinese state-owned steel producer. Exports from the plant, which is backed by tens of millions of dollars from

‘Roseanne’ Wasn’t a Big Moneymaker for ABC. Here’s Why.

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The comedy “Roseanne” wasn’t a big moneymaker for Walt Disney Co.’s ABC, but was nevertheless a crucial part of the network’s business. ABC canceled the sitcom Tuesday after a racist tweet by show star Roseanne Barr about former Obama administration official Valerie Jarrett. “Roseanne” drew a large audience, averaging about

GOP lawmaker: Not apologizing for my comments

GOP lawmaker: Not apologizing for my comments Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of California is facing criticism and has lost an endorsement from a Realtors group for saying that people should be able to refuse to sell their homes to gay people. Source Article

‘Deadpool 2’ Surges to No. 1 at Box Office

LOS ANGELES—“Deadpool 2” became the rare R-rated blockbuster at the box office over the weekend, kicking off what Hollywood hopes is a robust summer movie season. The sequel about a foul-mouthed superhero (Ryan Reynolds) collected a strong $125 million in the U.S. and Canada, according to studio estimates. It collected

ANALYSIS-Boom time comes early to West Texas oil patch

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MIDLAND, Texas, May 1 (Reuters) – In West Texas, rising oil prices are fueling a sharp economic upswing, lifting employment and pay to records, driving up spending at hotels, restaurants, and car dealerships, and raising the cost of housing and other essentials. This parched patch of land, under which lie