The Federal Reserve could slow its
purchase of bonds later this year with an eye toward ending the
program by mid-2014, Chairman Ben Bernanke said Wednesday.
Earnings at FedEx dropped 45 percent for the Memphis-based company's
fourth quarter, compared with last year, after accounting for the costs of
"business realignment" and retiring aircraft, the company announced Wednesday.
Casanova Pendrill is selected as the new U.S. Hispanic agency for the Miller Lite brand.
Values for used plug-in electric vehicles may decline as much as 30 percent in 2013, the highest depreciation rate of all auto segments.
Chrysler and the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration sorted out a recall of Jeep Grand Cherokees and Libertys, Chrysler announced today.
Arts & Entertainment
Brad Pitt says his 11-year-old son, Maddox, gets shot in the head
during a cameo in his new zombie picture "World War Z."
Sacramento, Calif., is getting 200 new jobs in the mortgage industry, sopping up
some of the talent left over from the housing crash.
The 2013 Top 25 Hispanic Nonfprofits continued to grow in both expenditures and revenues in 2012, and social entrepreneurs and social enterprises intend to keep that trend going.
U.S. Rep Ed Markey emerged from the final Senate showdown against Republican Gabriel Gomez largely unscathed,
giving him a leg up in the last week before the election.
California's top oil regulator told lawmakers that the state has nothing to fear from acidization, a stimulation technique expected to become more widely used on previously unrecoverable shale oil reserves.
Microsoft manager Marc Whitten doesn't think a
lot of the recent criticisms from data security advocates about
Microsoft's new XBox One gaming console are fair.
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