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United's PR fiasco reminds us that the aviation industry is likely to bounce forever between exploitative and unprofitable, Vox reports.
Import prices fell in March as the cost of petroleum declined, but the underlying trend pointed to a moderate rise in inflation as the dollar rally fades.
Mick Mulvaney sat down over beers at the Tombs, near his alma mater of Georgetown University, to discuss challenges facing him and the administration.
Leaders of American companies are willing to take more risk than Congress, says the Business Roundtable's former president.
Monthly jobs openings are a gauge of the U.S. economy that's closely watched by Fed Chair Janet Yellen.
While Main Street largely remains optimistic, a new report shows uncertainty has surged, suggesting some uneasiness among small business owners.
Sales of vacation homes fell nearly 22 percent in 2016 to the lowest level in three years.
Bear markets, history shows, are started by two things; rising interest rates and the onset of war, says Ron Insana
Stock-picking fund managers got off to a solid start this year, with 52 percent of fundamental equity managers beating their benchmarks.
Jim Cramer says he's unsure about three rate hikes if the Fed is data dependent.
In America, 44 million people have student debt, and 8 million of those borrowers are in default.
A new report from the Center for American Progress makes a bipartisan tax deal seem unlikely.
Here's why better economic indicators should be translating into higher GDP growth already, says Karen Firestone.
Emerging economies are set to slow this year as the U.S. Federal Reserve begins raising interest rates and there's a rising protectionist rhetoric in advanced economies , the International Monetary Fund warned on Monday.
Seventeen percent of cardholders used plastic for small transactions, up from 11 percent last year, according to a new survey.
St. Louis Fed President said opinions differed within the Fed on ending its balance sheet reinvestment policy and it would take some time.
A year that was supposed to feature breakout economic growth may have started with little or none at all.
Something strange happened on the way to the unemployment line in March.
The gain of just 98,000 jobs masks new signs of labor market strength, but it also ends some hopes for an economic breakout.
The unemployment rate fell to 4.5 percent in March, the Labor Department said Friday. But that ignores information just below the surface.
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