Tomorrow is Independence Day, the annual celebration of this country’s founding and everything American. In the weeks that follow, you can easily bring that focus on the stars and stripes to your business coverage.
Here’s a look at some of our past posts on issues affecting the U.S.A.
Manufacturing was a hot topic in the 2016 election, with then-candidate Donald Trump promising to bring back jobs in the industry from overseas. These story angles will help you develop your manufacturing coverage well into the year.
The 2016 election also brought to light the scant coverage the Midwest receives in much of the national media. There’s a lot more to this “flyover” region than many might expect, especially when it comes to business. You can use this post as a primer to the region when looking for connections to your coverage area.
Jobs, jobs, jobs—it’s often the top issue in politics. If the people aren’t working, they usually aren’t very happy. In the first of a two-part series, our finance writer Scott Gurvey looked at how to read the monthly job numbers released by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. If you’ve ever considered writing about them in your coverage, here’s a good place to get started.
President Trump continues to argue for his “America first” approach to the country’s foreign policy, immigration and economics, especially when it comes to trade deals. That’s brought a lot of attention to the North American Free Trade Agreement, which Trump promised to renegotiate. This post will help you find local angles on NAFTA, with insight from WalletHub analyst Jill Gonzalez.