It's not 'the end of the U.S.'s job drought,' but perhaps it is 'the end of the beginning,' to cite Winston Churchill.
Alstom has accepted GE's ofer of more than $12 billion for its energy assets, The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday.
U.S. consumers assessed current business and labor market conditions less favorably than in March, the Conference Board said.
U.S. jobless claims rose by 24,000 - more than expected - but the long-term downtrend remains intact - suggesting continued labor market healing.
In the 12 months through March, the core inflation rate, which excludes often-volatile food and energy prices, rose just 1.7%.
Many websites, including Yahoo, Amazon and Netflix, fixed the hole after it was disclosed on Monday, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Prices surged 0.5 percent. Economists surveyed by Reuters had expected March producer prices to rise by just 0.1 percent.
The company reported a far weaker-than-expected quarterly profit as revenue from securities trading fell in a climate of uncertainty.
The postmodern world can't seem to go more than a month without an alarming incident on the Korean peninsula.
The rate suggests the U.S. will hold up its part regarding global GDP growth; provided China does too, the 2014 global economy should expand.
The drop provides additional evidence that while job growth is not robust, layoffs continue to decline.
In March, consumers were moderately more upbeat about future job prospects and the economy, but were less optimistic about income growth.
Eight more bodies have reportedly been found but not yet recovered from the site, which is reportedly covered by a dozen feet of unstable mud.
The West will not recognize the annexation, and the EU and U.S. may go to the U.N. to voice opposition.
The CIA's Senate Intelligence Committee abuse is hardly new. The CIA has frustrated JFK assassination inquiries/records access for decades.
Even amid increased U.S. vehicle efficiency in the postmodern era, oil remains the lifeblood of the U.S. economy.
The economic and political tug of war over Ukraine has been pulled substantially in the direction of the West.
Russia President Vladimir Putin Tuesday offered a "ray of light" regarding the crisis. It wasn't much, but it's a data point of hope.
The deal ended the bloodiest chapter in Ukraine's post-Cold War history, and averts a dreaded U.S.-Russia confrontation.
At this point, one could make an argument that Russia is feeling surrounded, but many observers in the West would disagree.