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What the Hobby Lobby ruling means

Former Reagan Economic Advisor Art Laffer, The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board’s Mary Kissel and Judge Andrew Napolitano discuss the latest Supreme Court rulings.

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  1. NLRB rules Northwestern University football players can unionize

    FBN’s Rich Edson on college football’s union bid.

  2. VW Vote Loss Signals Difficulty for Unions

    Volkswagen employees' rejection of the United Auto Workers in Chattanooga, Tenn., signals that it will be difficult for unions to enter private-sector workplaces, pa...

  3. Amazon Workers In Germany To Continue Strikes

    Workers at Inc's German operations plan to continue their strikes next year, the Verdi labor union said on Friday, in a dispute over pay that has already ...

  4. As Orders Peak, Amazon German Workers Strike

    Hundreds of workers at Inc's German operations went on strike on Monday, just as pre-Christmas sales were set to peak, in a dispute over pay that has been...

  5. Cooper Tire in tentative deal with workers over merger

    Cooper Tire & Rubber Co said it reached a tentative agreement with workers represented by United Steelworkers union, regarding its planned $2.5 billion sale to India...

  6. Detroit Scraps Benefits for City Pensioners, Puts Them into ACA Exchange

    As bankruptcy hearings continue in Detroit to determine the legality of the city's historic Chapter 9 bankruptcy filing in July, state workers are hoping to get some...

  7. Apollo Deal for Cooper Tire on Bumpy Road

    Apollo Tires' $2.5 billion buyout of Cooper Tire & Rubber (NYSE:CTB) looks to be on a bumpy road to completion, with the two companies engaging in a heated debate ov...

  8. Cooper shareholders set to approve $2.5 billion Apollo deal

    Cooper Tire and Rubber Co shareholders will likely approve on Monday the U.S. company's $2.5 billion sale to India's Apollo Tyres , in a transaction that is expected...

  9. Bankruptcy court approves Patriot Coal labor deal

    A U.S. court approved a labor deal between bankrupt Patriot Coal Corp and its miners' union on Tuesday, putting the company on track to emerge from bankruptcy by the...

  10. Detroit bankruptcy judge orders mediator to handle union talks

    The federal judge presiding over Detroit's municipal bankruptcy ordered the mediator in the case to handle negotiations of collective bargaining agreements with the ...

  11. Detroit Looks to Obamacare for Pensioners' Health Care

    Detroit is hoping to lean on the Affordable Care Act to pick up its massive retiree health care tab as it tries to dig it out of bankruptcy.The Motor City is reporte...

  12. U.S. outlines steps for Bangladesh to restore trade benefits

    The U.S. Trade Representative's Office on Friday outlined a series of steps that it urged Bangladesh to take to improve factory conditions and workers rights in orde...

  1. Are the Wal-Mart protesters actually workers?

    Worker Center Watch advisor Ryan Williams and FBN’s Lori Rothman, David Asman and Tracy Byrnes on the protests for higher wages.

  2. Hannah Storm talks college football

    ESPN’s Hannah Storm on college football, her future projects and Donald Sterling.

  3. Will Donald Sterling lose the LA Clippers?

    WSJ celebrity business reporter Lee Hawkins on the fallout from Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling’s alleged comments.

  4. Met's Daniel Murphy: Unexpected Paternity Leader?

    New York Mets second baseman Daniel Murphy's decision to take three days of paternity leave after the birth of his son ignited a debate, but experts say he is exempl...

  5. Amazon Workers in Germany Strike Over Pay Dispute

    Hundreds of workers at online retailer Amazon in Germany went on strike on Monday, the first stoppage this year in a pay dispute that has been dragging on for months...

  6. Northwestern football players win bid to unionize

    ETL Associates CEO Eugene Lee on the potential impact of unionizing student athletes.

  7. End of the student-athlete?

    Veronica Dagher of The Wall Street Journal, sports attorney Steve Ollenick and Investing Options founder Steve Place discuss the unionization of college athletes.

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