The government trimmed 2014 growth forecasts as important areas like tourism and private investment feel the pinch.
US Drug Companies Take Merger Route To Avoid Taxes, Compensate For Patent Expirations, Respond To Falling Healthcare Spending
Abbott, Novartis and Pfizer are all looking to buy their way to cost savings.
The scrapbooking site says it will use new money to expand overseas.
Bitcoin's Latest Controversy: A Former Disney Child Star's Ascent At Bitcoin Foundation Prompts Resignations
Members were unhappy that Brock Pierce, a controversial actor and former Disney child star, was named as a director.
Tesla founder Elon Musk's space company is looking to replace Russian rockets for U.S. launches.
New jobless claims numbers as well as an uptick in inflation show U.S. economy recovering from a harsh winter.
People are already asking Google to stop linking to some personal information just days after an EU court ruling.
EU Court Says People Can Ask Google And Other Search Engines To Remove Links With Personal Reference
Ruling may disrupt the way search engines operate across the Web.
BuzzFeed said on Monday that its president and chief operating officer is leaving the New York company.
Once Again Analysts Are Wondering If J.P. Morgan's CEO Dimon's Job Is On The Line As Regulators Keep Circling And Layoffs Are Rumored
J.P. Morgan has been wounded and the cure will be painful.
Seven problems that China's top economic ranking won't solve.
If Britain keeps this up, it's going to replace Germany as the "strong man" of Europe.
The International Monetary Fund Monday critiqued Japan's touted economic reforms in a report.
Russia's interest rate hike after an S&P downgrade signals growing concern the nation may trade economic growth for territorial ambition.
A U.S. investor group supported by burned bitcoin traders seeks a rebirth of the pioneering Mt. Gox exchange.
In Beijing, high-end housing prices fell 5.5 percent in the first quarter from last year's fourth quarter.
Wal-Mart Enters The Money Transfer Business, Challenging Traditional Services And Catching A Partner Off Guard
Wal-Mart's new money-transfer service, which begins April 24, will challenge dominant players like Western Union and its partner, MoneyGram.
The huge Chinese social media company's IPO came in a bit light but it's not likely a warning sign for Alibaba's big plans later this year.
Ukraine Crisis: US To Sell Some Crude Oil From Strategic Petroleum Reserve In Latest Tit-For-Tat With Russia's Strongman Putin
What's more, Russia's dependence on crude sales may make it leery of further moves in Ukraine, U.S. officials hope.
Russia's oil wealth has allowed the nation to amass a stake amounting to 1.4 percent of outstanding U.S. debt.
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Amid the Ukraine crisis, the Moscow stock market plunged 10 percent and the central bank spent $10 billion of its reserves to prop up the ruble.
The two are bitter enemies, but a united front would further complicate the Middle Eastern balance-of-power equation.
One nation rules when it comes to satisfied and happy retirees. And, no, it's not the United States.
UBS analysts warn that Ukraine's economy is a high risk, after weeks of unrest and amid uncertainty regarding political and economic policy.
Janet Yellen's First Humphrey-Hawkins Testimony: New Fed Chair Vows To Stay The Course On Monetary Policy
In prepared remarks, there were few surprises in the new fed chairwoman's initial address to Congress.
Mark Zuckerberg, the founder and CEO of Facebook Inc., made a cool $3.2 billion Thursday as the firm's shares rose 14 percent.
Chris Christie Has More Problems Than Bridgegate: New Jersey Dead Last In Study Of States' Budget Solvency
New Jersey has a significant problem that will have to be addressed, a new study shows.
This chart shows just why UPS got slammed with much more delivery traffic than it expected over the holiday season.
Americans' love affair with the tablet shows no signs of abating.