In an age of planned obsolescence, there’s no satisfaction quite like fixing your own stuff. It’s not exactly churning butter, but repairing your eyeglasses, your bike, or your Volkswagen Beetle can convey a hardy sense of self-sufficiency.
“We believe leaving these subsidies in place causes more job risk to the U.S. economy than removing them,” said Jeff Beckman, a spokesman for the Hershey Co., based in Hershey, Pa. Read moreRead More »
The trade dispute between the U.S. and China escalated overnight as China fired back with another round of retaliatory tariffs. China is proposing tariffs on 106 products that would equate to $50 billion with much of that could come at the cost of U.S. agricultural goods. Read moreRead More »