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Nearly one-third of the economists surveyed by the National Association for Business Economics said their companies added jobs in the April-June quarter.
President Obama will embark on a campaign-style tour this week, laying out his agenda for reinvigorating the nation’s economy. The New York Times reports.
If you're a gadget lover who always wants the latest smartphone, then you should consider a "no-contract" wireless plan.
Four years after the auto industry bottomed out with GM and Chrysler going bankrupt, those automakers and the industry as a whole is roaring again.
A poll of doctors finds huge skepticism that Obamacare insurance exchanges will open by fall deadline, and mostly don't know how new health law will affect practices.
Apple's main website for developers remains shut after intruders tried to steal sensitive information last week, forcing the iPhone maker to overhaul its database and server software.
Shares of Swiss bank UBS rose 2.2 percent on Monday after it pre-announced second quarter results that were better than expected and said it had settled a lawsuit over mortgage bonds in the U.S.
Detroit must dig itself out of the hole it created and cannot wait to see if the federal government will come to its rescue, the city's emergency manager said on Sunday.
"I feel like I'm building a rocket with the help of a million people," says Brooklyn's Nicholas Megalis. "Vine is an amazing launch pad for the rocket.
The Securities and Exchange Commission filed civil charges against SAC Capital's Steven A. Cohen for failure to prevent insider trading by two employees.
A bipartisan bill in the U.S. Senate, called the SAVE Act (Sensible Accounting to Value Energy), could help borrowers buying an energy-efficient home get a larger mortgage.
General Electric posted a decline in profit and revenue on weakness in its finance unit, but its order book rose, sending shares up 2.4 percent in early trading.
Shares of the newest IPO on the Nasdaq, RetailMeNot, charge up more than 30 percent above its offering price of $21 in its first hours of trading.
Rolling Stone may prove there's such thing as bad publicity as it likely won't be hurt by featuring one of the alleged Boston bombers on its August cover.
Detroit's bankruptcy will be painful, but one of the city's largest landowners says the answer is to start over with a clean slate.
As CBS and Time Warner Cable dispute fees, starting Wednesday, millions in New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas may lose CBS-owned stations and Showtime.
As a heat wave smothers the Northeast, folks are thinking: it's too darn hot to cook! But that doesn't mean going broke to eat out. A roundup of meal deals.
A judge has recommended that Coca-Cola face a class-action lawsuit accusing it of misleading consumers by overstating the health benefits of its Vitaminwater drink.
The outcome of the Detroit bankruptcy filing promises to inflict more pain on already-beleaguered city workers, residents, businesses, creditors, and investors.
Apache Corp. says it has agreed to sell its Gulf of Mexico shelf assets for $3.75 billion to private equity firm Riverstone Holdings.