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BMW will add another 1,000 jobs and invest $600 million in a South Carolina plant as part of a plan to boost annual production.
New orders for key U.S.-made capital goods unexpectedly fell in May and shipments also declined, suggesting a loss of momentum in the manufacturing sector.
The health insurance industry has so far been muted in its criticism of the Republican health care repeal efforts, Vox reports.
A recent slowdown in U.S. inflation should not prevent further increases in interest rates, a top U.S. central banker said on Monday.
Our intellectual property system is the bedrock of our economy. Here's how we strengthen our patent laws, say Chris Coons and Tom Cotton.
Trump contends that wealthy people can better run the U.S. economy because they do not need money.
Falling mortgage rates and rising home values are a tasty combination for homeowners, but millions are not biting.
Only 43 percent of teenagers had a job last summer.
Carrier's plant in Indianapolis — the poster child for President Trump's pledge to save US jobs — is planning layoffs next month.
Stephenson tells CNBC AT&T will step up its investments if President Trump delivers on tax reform.
Tax reform is a top concern for small businesses in North Carolina and throughout the US. It could boost business expansion.
The number of Americans filing for unemployment benefits increased slightly last week.
Evans said transformative moves could put pressure on inflation which in turn would slow the Fed from its path toward policy normalization.
A surge in economic optimism contrasts with a decline in Americans' approval of President Donald Trump.
Jim Cramer sits down with Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein for his take on the global economy.
Investors betting on a strong pickup in economic growth might want to hold that thought.
Consumers were much less optimistic than economists had expected in June, according to a preliminary reading.
Larry Summers offers five points that frame his doubts about the Fed's current approach to satisfying its dual economic mandate.
Homebuilders slowed down the pace of construction for the third straight month in May, a possible sign that the shortage of houses for sale might worsen.
If Janet Yellen has her way, the Fed that she chairs is about to go from the center of the market's universe to a mere afterthought.