As a real estate investor, putting together a variety of financing tools at your disposal is a key component for executing your deals. Some methods include, but are not limited to, conventional...Read More
In case you missed it during the U.S.-Africa
Business Forum last week, the International Trade Administration (ITA) published
a report that shows that the U.S. trade relationship with Africa is growing at
an increasing rate.
White House Executive Chef Cris Comerford joins Maker Camp campers for a virtual field trip of the White House Kitchen Garden.Read More
Last January, I listened to the President ask hundreds of college presidents to increase college opportunity for all Americans. He asked them to help because a college degree remains one of the surest pathways into the middle class in America, and is an especially powerful engine of social and economic mobility.
The U.S. Census Bureau today released Census PoP Quiz, a new interactive mobile
application that challenges users’ knowledge of demographic facts for all 50
states and the District of Columbia. The new app, which draws from the Census
Bureau’s American Community Survey, aims to raise statistical literacy about
the U.S. population.
As multi-year sea ice continues to
disappear at a rapid rate, vessel traffic in the Arctic is on the rise. This is
leading to new maritime concerns, especially in areas increasingly transited by
the offshore oil and gas industry, cruise liners, military craft, tugs and
barges, and fishing vessels. Keeping all of this new ocean traffic moving
smoothly is a growing concern for safety's sake. It's also important to the
U.S. economy, environment, and national security. But what happens if there’s a
This afternoon, President Obama issued a statement on the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown, who was fatally shot on Saturday by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri:
In this year’s State of the Union address, President Obama called on Congress to raise the minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 an hour—a move that would boost the bottom lines of businesses and increase the earnings of 28 million hardworking Americans.
It's a commonsense proposal that Republicans in Congress continue to block—which is why President Obama took action to raise the minimum wage for workers on new federal contracts. And states, cities, and businesses across the country are doing their part, too.
Watch the Maker Camp Field Trip below starting at 2 p.m. ETRead More
Last year, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker unveiled the Commerce Department’s “Open for Business Agenda,” a bold policy agenda focused on boosting trade and investment, supporting innovation and entrepreneurship, and unleashing more government data. Yesterday, she took the Agenda on the road to California.Read More