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7 companies Trump invited to the White House this week shared with us their thoughts on his recent racist comments

Business Insider reached out to 25 of the companies represented in the crowd. Here's what several of them had to say.

Trump just threw an event for American manufacturers from each state — but it left out the countless others that are struggling with his new tra...

Other businesses across the country have grown frustrated at protectionist policies that have come to shape the Trump presidency.

Trump again claims that his immigration deal with Mexico included secret concessions

Trump has sought to emphasize that claim since reports said that many aspects of the arrangement had been reached before the US threatened tariffs.

Stocks end mixed as trade tensions weigh on Wall Street

Negotiations to defuse the yearlong tariff dispute are set to continue, but the US and China remain far apart on key issues.

US-China trade talks could get off to a rocky start this week as the two sides remain far apart on key issues

The two sides have struggled to see eye to eye on how to enforce structural changes in the second-largest economy.

US consumer debt jumped to nearly $4.1 trillion in May

A solid pace of credit growth can point to a positive outlook for consumer spending, which accounts for more than two-thirds of economic activity.

US stocks drop for a second day after a strong jobs report dents the odds of a Fed rate cut

Congressional testimony by Chair Jay Powell on Capitol Hill this week could offer further clues on where monetary policy is headed.

The US labor market rebounds in June, adding far more jobs than expected

Government data out on Friday was expected to show that hiring rebounded in June and that wage growth accelerated at a solid pace.
This is why the US really celebrates July 4 as its national holiday.

Many people incorrectly think that the Founding Fathers signed the Declaration of Independence on July 4 — here’s the real reason the US c...

The United States holiday is meant to celebrate the day the 13 colonies declared independence from Britain in 1776.

5 famous ‘facts’ about the Fourth of July that aren’t true — and what actually happened instead

The Fourth of July is a big deal in the US, but there are actually a lot of popular myths swirling around America's Independence Day.