Slumping prices and record unemployment bolster the case for Europe to ease up on austerity and cut interest rates to inject life into its stagnant economy.
S&P Case-Shiller home price index shows largest 12-month jump since the height of the 2006 bubble.
The famously gloomy economist Nouriel Roubini has finally fingered an investment he likes. But his advice carries an expiration date.
Congress has selectively given a reprieve from budget cuts. But there’s no indication that the unemployed, who will see their federally extended jobless benefits reduced, are on the list.
The makers of „Game Dev Tycoon” turned the tables on those downloading their game from notorious piracy site The Pirate Bay.
The latest tragedy in Bangladesh once again raises the issue of the high price of cheap clothing, and puts pressure on the world’s largest retailers to finally take meaningful action.
Europe is buzzing over a two-year ban on some pesticides that are linked to harming the bee population.
The days when only Dad worked are long gone.
March shows modest rise in both personal income and spending by consumers.
Memories of Europe’s debt crisis faded Monday as investors sent yields on Italian bonds to their lowest levels in over two years after a new government was appointed.
After years of scary, rocket-like growth, America’s health care spending has slowed to record lows. That much we know for certain.
China has banned the use of military license plates on expensive cars, according to official state media.
Stuck in recession, with inflation rates tumbling and unemployment rising, the eurozone looks set to get its first cut in interest rates in 10 months this week.
Millions of travelers frustrated by airport delays may be relieved that Congress did an about-face this week, passing legislation to end the furloughs of FAA air traffic controllers.
Not nearly as soon as expected, according to new estimates.
Recession-hit Spain needs two more years to meet budget targets agreed with the EU, the government said Friday, presenting a new challenge to the region’s austerity drive.
Congress on Friday was expected to pass a bill to give the FAA power to move money around to block furloughs for air traffic controllers who could be back on the job over the weekend. Other furloughed workers left in the cold.
Is Britain’s fiver about to become a 'Winston’?
The U.S. economy accelerated at the beginning of the year, but don’t get too excited. Economists aren’t very optimistic that trend will continue in the months ahead.
The Bank of Japan made no changes Friday to its ambitious stimulus plan, even as a separate report showed deflation accelerated last month.
Termin optymalizacja podatkowa jest znany wszystkim ludziom biznesu jak i zdecydowanej większości gwiazd sportu. One natomiast mają nie lada problem: nie mogą zakładać spółek, by unikać lub ograniczać wysokość płaconych podatków. – Sportowcy muszą wykonywać swój zawód osobiście, a nie poprzez firmę. W związku z tym mają też ograniczoną swobodę optymalizacji podatkowej, która w ich […]
A growing number of Americans are skipping needed medical care because they can’t afford it.