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US government considers revisiting its seven-year ban on Chinese phone maker ZTE; German Chancellor Angela Merkel claims she would support lower tariffs on US car imports; Initial jobless claims rose by 3,000 to 231,000 at the end of June 30th.
Trump declines to implement new sanctions on Russia; The FCC votes to require wireless providers to deliver more precise emergency alerts; U.S. Consumer Confidence Increases More Than Expected in January.
NAFTA talks progress as sixth round ends; FCC Chairman Pai opposed Trump Whitehouse’s national 5G network plan; December consumer spending higher, with savings at decade low.
Professor Peter Cappelli contributes to a piece analyzing the changing landscape around working-from-home policies in the private sector. He generally takes a nuanced take on the issue.
“Is it a good thing or a bad thing? The answer is, it depends.”
As the FCC looks to change network neutrality rules in favor of lighter regulation, the D.C. Circuit Court is likely to play a major role.
Faculty Affiliate Kevin Werbach comments on speculation about how the FCC might rule, “policymakers don’t have the luxury to make decisions based on how they believe the court should have ruled.”