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Modest U.S. growth will keep inflation in check and means the Federal Reserve should ease monetary policy further, a senior U.S. central banker said on Wednesday.
"Taxes are going to kill spending!," they cried. "Don't punish the rich!" Well, the rich have spoken and guess what? They're still spending.
JPMorgan Chase may be losing its pull in Washington while at least eight federal agencies investigate the nation's strongest bank, The New York Times reports.
A wave of gloom from Europe sent buyers fleeing for Treasurys on Wednesday, reversing momentum that was driving US stocks toward a record high.
American International Group is investing billions of dollars in "big data" as part of its major focus on "rebuilding the foundation of the company," CEO Robert Benmosche told CNBC.
The U.S. housing market will see no surge at the start of spring, as fewer buyers signed contracts to purchase existing homes in February.
On Sunday, millions of real-time TV viewers will be faced with a difficult decision: watch the season finale of AMC's "The Walking Dead" or the season premiere of HBO's "Game of Thrones."
As Boeing works to regain permission for its 787 Dreamliner to resume flights, the company faces what could be a costly new challenge: a temporary ban on some of the long-distance, trans-ocean journeys that the jet was intended to fly.
Some traders are betting big that talk of a turnaround at Blackberry is over-hyped.
Bulls are likely to take another swing at the S&P 500 closing high this week, but the real battle will begin after that.
State and local governments may be making serious cuts but their tax revenue grew for a 13th straight quarter, Census data showed.
Wells Fargo said its online banking website was experiencing an unusually high volume of traffic that it believes stems from a cyber attack.
On Saturday, as part of a marathon voting session in the Senate to pass the country's first budget in four years, a measure was also approved 99-0 that sought to "end subsidies" based on size for the nation's six largest financial institutions.
U.S. soda consumption fell last year for the eighth-straight year, dipping to levels not seen since the Clinton administration, according to new beverage statistics.
The battle over a minimum-wage increase has begun, and small employers on both sides have entered the debate.
March has seen a fairly brisk exodus from municipal bonds in what could be the first signs that investors are beginning to worry about fixed income.
With US oil production at a 20-year high, the shifting fundamentals of global oil supply are increasingly driving the price of US crude and the higher priced international bench mark closer together.
Warren Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway will become one of the biggest shareholders of Goldman Sachs.
"When machines and robots start taking over service sector jobs, that's when we'll really start to notice," says one author. The Fiscal Times Reports.
Despite a raging, record-high stock market, more Americans believe a home is a better long-term investment than stocks, according to CNBC All-America Economic Survey.