U.S. growth in 2 percent range over near term: forecast
The U.S. economy will emerge from recession by growing more than 2 percent in the current and fourth quarters on a dramatic reversal in inventories, but growth next year will be tepid, a UCLA Anderson Forecast said on Wednesday. Read Full Article here.
U.S. consumer prices up, current act gap narrows
U.S. consumer prices rose in August from July on a spike in gasoline costs, the Labor Department said on Wednesday, but the underlying trend pointed to muted inflation pressures. Read Full Article here.
Chrysler business plan by end of November: CEO
Chrysler's new business plan will be presented by the end of November and will show numbers and the path out of years of difficulties, the company's chief executive said on Wednesday. Read Full Article here.
Cablevision rolls out interactive ads for viewers
New York cable TV operator Cablevision Systems Corp said on Tuesday it is rolling out a service to enable subscribers to interact with commercials by clicking on their remote controls. Read Full Article here.