CNBC Rapid Update, which tracks forecasts from economists, fell to 1.4% after weaker consumer spending in February.
Ex-Fed Chair Ben Bernanke says downward pressure on rates would ease as economic recovery in Europe takes hold.
These 10 companies are about to make some noise with their quarterly profit reports, USA Today reports.
Fast food giant McDonald's is making an early step toward extending breakfast hours to all-day long.
Tesla shares rose on Monday after CEO Elon Musk tweeted that the company would unveil a new product.
Barack Obama will make a nice salary this year, but it pales in comparison to the sum Singapore's leader will take in.
Warmer temperature readings last week in Antarctica might be part of a larger story in the coming decade or so, says a weather expert.
Lynn Tilton, one of the richest self-made women in America, has vowed to fight fraud charges.
Roughly half of American households are saving no more than 5 percent of their income.
Stephen Hawking, the world famous theoretical physicist, has become the latest to apply for trademark of their name.
Ford will resurrect the Lincoln Continental as its top-of-the line luxury sedan.
Errors hit "a significant subset" of Google Gmail users connecting with the IMAP protocol on Monday.
Former Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke is getting a new title -- blogger.
Heading into the next round of CNBC's Most Loved Label contest, these beer brands are learning, every vote counts.
Contracts to purchase previously owned U.S. homes rose to their highest level in 1-1/2 years in February.
This may be the last time you can claim these credit and deductions that could save you thousands.
Chinese property developers are finding themselves forced to sacrifice profits to boost sales amid a downturn in the housing market.
Luxury building is again booming in the traditionally high-end parts of the country, like the Hamptons, as the economy continues to improve.
The stereotype about older RV owners is falling away, as younger drivers embrace a road-tripping "lifestyle."
Is it possible for a big company to get bullied on Twitter? Just ask Starbucks, JPMorgan and DC Comics.