QVC Inc. is planning to expand into France, betting that the television-shopping network can thrive even in a heavily regulated country with a stagnant economy.
To hire 10 to 15 project coordinators this year, Sabre Commercial Inc. has boosted pay 10 percent and added a 401(k) retirement plan.
As the political fight over raising taxes for high-income Americans fades away, so are predictions for negative economic fallout.
The U.S. is resuming its role as an engine of global growth, this time one that just putt-putts along instead of purring.
During one of his first visits to Augusta, Georgia, British-born golfer Paul Casey found himself far from the red and pink azaleas and manicured fairways of Augusta National Golf Club.
The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits rose more than forecast last week after reaching a six-month low, a sign that progress in the labor market remains fitful.
Service industries picked up in March as the biggest part of the U.S. economy began to recover from the unusually harsh winter weather, showing growth will speed up in the second quarter.
Employers in the U.S. picked up the pace of hiring in March for a third month as the economy began to emerge from a weather-related setback, economists project a report will show today.
Georgia homebuilder Blankenship Homes lost its source of loans for new construction after four local community banks failed since 2009.
Amy Wyss, the daughter of Switzerland’s second-richest man, surfaced as a billionaire in a U.S. Senate report released last month on offshore tax evasion and accounting violations.
Sweet Says Latest Economic Data Is `Worrying'
Sweet Says Job Market Has `Taken a Step Back'
Moody’s Analytics's Sweet Says Consumers Holding Up
Moody’s Zandi Says Housing Still a Serious Problem
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