Retail sales rose less than forecast in May as American consumers took a respite following a three- month surge in shopping that has underpinned economic growth.
EON SE, Germany’s biggest utility, will work with closely-held rooftop solar developer Sungevity Inc. to sell solar panels to its customers in the Netherlands.
More Americans than forecast filed applications for unemployment benefits last week as the Easter holiday period made it more difficult to adjust the data for seasonal variations.
Payrolls increased in 33 U.S. states in February and the unemployment rate fell in 29, a sign the labor market is making progress across much of the country.
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke has something to tout before Congress in hearings this week: job growth in the auto and housing industries.
Lowe’s Cos Inc.’s withdrawal of a bid for Rona Inc. amid opposition from the Quebec government threatens future foreign investment as the Canadian province seeks funds to develop its northern natural resources.
The following U.S. companies provided their financial outlooks this week:
Lower corporate tax rates don’t spur companies to hire more workers, a group opposed to sharp cuts in corporate tax rates said in a study that joins the growing debate over revising the U.S. tax code.
The following are Tremblant Capital Group top 10 holdings by market value as of December 31, according to a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on 02/14/2011.
Confidence among U.S. consumers rose in June to the highest level since January 2008, indicating the decline in stock prices prompted by the European debt crisis has failed to weigh on sentiment.