The International Monetary Fund say the U.S. economy is on sounder footing than it was a year ago but is still being restrained by government spending cuts and tax increases.
A rise in food and gas costs drove a measure of wholesale prices up sharply in May. But outside those volatile categories, inflation was mild.
U.S. factories barely increased their output in May after two months of declines, a sign that manufacturing is providing little support for the economy.
France told fellow members of the European Union on Friday that the movie and television industry must be kept out of hotly anticipated free trade talks with the United States, even if it delays the formal start of negotiations next week.
On your next hotel stay, ask the concierge which footwear brand makes the house sneaker. If they don't have an answer, then you're not staying at the Ace Hotel.
If games, television shows and movies are any indication, zombies are big right now and it stands to reason there's money to be made on the craze.
Americans stepped up purchases at retail businesses in May, spending more on cars, home improvements and sporting goods. The gain shows consumers remain resilient despite higher taxes and could drive faster growth later this year.
U.S. businesses increased their stockpiles in April but their sales fell for a second straight month, held back by a decline in orders to American factories.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits dropped 12,000 last week to a seasonally adjusted 334,000, a decline that suggests steady job gains will endure.
Fixed U.S. mortgage rates rose for the sixth straight week, putting the average rate on the 30-year loan just shy of 4 percent.
Gannett Co., the publisher of USA Today, is buying TV station owner Belo Corp. for about $1.5 billion. If approved, the all-cash deal will make Gannett the fourth-largest broadcast group in the U.S.
A former REI worker who was paralyzed in a crash while riding his REI bike is now suing the Seattle company for later firing him.
Looking to show off their abilities to NBC, 12 companies will pitch ideas Friday on means for promoting television’s “Grimm” series through digital storytelling.
Chief executives for the largest U.S. companies are more optimistic about sales over the next six months and plan to add more workers.
Global demand for oil, gas, coal and nuclear power grew at a slower pace last year due to weak economic growth, recession and increased efficiency, energy company BP said Wednesday.