Warren Buffett’s words were used Friday by lawmakers to score petty political points — exactly the kind of rhetoric he is asking Congress to put aside.
Is this a great country or what? At the start of last year, a friend of mine, the proprietor of a small business that has suffered badly in the recession, entered a trial mortgage-modification program. A few months later the bank told him that his application for a government-assisted refinancing rate had been turned down […]
The discussion on whether or not to build the Keystone XL pipeline extension that would run 1,700 miles from the oil sands region of Alberta, Canada to the Gulf of Mexico is almost over.
The U.S. economy is staring down another recession, according to a forecast from the Economic Cycle Research Institute.
Americans actually earned less money last month than they did the month before, according to government data released Friday.
During the weeks of nasty congressional hearings and even nastier columns in the press since solar panel maker Solyndra declared bankruptcy, it’s been widely assumed that the debacle cost the government over half a billion dollars.
Three years after a financial crisis pushed the country deep into recession, an overwhelming number of Americans — 90% — say that economic conditions remain poor.
Regulators were under pressure to cut the biggest banks loose from the Wall Street bailout program, a federal watchdog said in a report issued Friday.
Automatic spending cuts.
The victims of Bernie Madoff are going to have to wait a little longer to get their first taste of monetary justice.
Treasury paid five law firms more than $27 million in fees to create contracts governing the TARP bailout of Wall Street banks, but law firms did a poor job of explaining what they did with the money, a watchdog said.
Economic growth remained very weak in the second quarter, but was slightly better than previously thought, according to the government’s final reading on U.S. economic health.
The number of Americans filing for their first week of unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level in nearly six months, possibly signaling slight improvement in the job market.
Trade deals with Colombia, South Korea and Panama have the potential to be a slam dunk in Congress — but they may never make it that far.
Most job search advice is offered by so-called 'experts’ who aren’t actually responsible for hiring anyone. But hiring managers at major employers are on the front lines of the job market crisis. They screen thousands of applicants a week and are in a unique position to reveal what job seekers are doing wrong, and what […]
Companies have yet another reason not to boost hiring: rising unemployment taxes.
Congress is clearly divided on what needs to be done to jumpstart the ailing job market. But it seems that economists are fairly split too.
Many companies say they want to hire workers, but are struggling to find the right people. So why are these positions so difficult to fill?
There’s no denying that these are scary times for you and your money. The economy is teetering on the edge of another recession.
Podstawowe informacje jakie powinna zawierać faktura zostały szczegółowo wskazane w rozporządzeniu Ministra Finansów z dnia 28 marca 2011 r. w sprawie zwrotu podatku niektórym podatnikom, wystawiania faktur, sposobu ich przechowywania oraz listy towarów i usług, do których nie mają zastosowania zwolnienia od podatku od towarów i usług (Dz.U. 2011 nr 68 poz. 360). Wielu przedsiębiorców […]
Postal worker unions organized 492 rallies across the nation on Tuesday afternoon intended to convince lawmakers to save the U.S. Postal Service, without layoffs and cutbacks.
Belt-tightening continued in cities across the United States in 2011, as fiscal crunches forced local governments to cut back. City revenues are projected to decline 2.3% by the end of 2011, according to a new report from the National League of Cities released Tuesday, marking the fifth straight year of declines.