Is the U.S. labor market starting to cool? The U.S. economy added 236,000 jobs in March—lower than February numbers. An economic analyst tells us that moderation is the theme of the day.
The IRS releases details on how it plans to use $80 billion in new funding for improved operations. It is pledging more audits of the wealthy.
Investors versus JPMorgan: Some shareholders accuse the bank of political bias. The SEC greenlights a vote to audit the bank’s actions.
Samsung is reporting its worst profit levels in 14 years. The company is now planning to cut output of a key product.
Apple will soon open its first retail store in Mumbai as it bets big on India.
Stories in this episode:
1. Solid U.S. Jobs Data: 236K Jobs Added in March
2. Job Market Moderating: Bankrate Analyst
3. IRS Pledges More Audits of Wealthy
4. JPMorgan Discrimination Probe Up for Vote
5. Pfizer, BioNTech Face Tech Patent Lawsuit
6. APPLE TO OPEN FIRST STORE IN MUMBAI
7. Samsung Cuts Chip Output to Ride Out Downturn
8. New Lawsuit Over Student Loan Repayment Pause
9. Most Oppose Cuts to Medicare, Social Security: Poll
10. Analysis: Taxing Rich a Band-Aid for Medicare
11. Cryptocurrency Mining Industry Booms in Texas
12. White House Easter Decor Sneak Peek