Finances, Business, Economy
Interest payments on government debt eat up revenue at the expense of other priorities
By Fraser Institute
Interest payments on government debt in Canada consume a sizeable share of government revenue, leaving less money for public priorities such as schools, hospitals, highways and lower taxes, finds a new study released today by the Fraser Institute, an independent, non-partisan Canadian public policy think-tank.McDonald’s testing automated cashiers ...that won’t demand $15 per hour
By Robert Laurie
Regardless of where you are in the United States, if you stop into a McDonald’s you know what to expect. The buildings look fairly similar, the staff will be dressed in pretty much the same attire, and you’ll be offered the chance to buy food that will make you spend the next four hours either sleeping or moaning as you regret your purchase. However, one location is very different. It’s in Romeoville IL, and it’s next door to what’s known as the “McDonald’s Innovation Center.” There, new products, procedures, and equipment are tested before it rolls out to the rest of the country.Meet Four Business Owners Squeezed by Operation Choke Point
By Heritage Foundation
With no explanation, Brian Brookman last month lost the bank account for his pawn shop.