Small businesses want to add staff, and many are hiring, but they want to be sure they can afford the added expense of new workers. Their caution helps explain the slow but steady growth in jobs.
The Paris Air Show, the world's biggest
air fair, got off to a flying start Monday, despite stormy weather,
as airplane makers Airbus and Boeing vied to announce a flurry of
orders for passenger planes.
The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) got the ball rolling at its 84th annual national convention by focusing on the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, particularly LGBT Latino youth.
Ford Motor Co. now does its toughest road tests with what is, essentially, a $100,000
radio controlled vehicle.
U.S. automaker Chrysler Group is recalling about 50,000 vehicles for four
separate problems, regulators in Washington said Monday.
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With Alex Rodriguez still sidelined after hip surgery,
the Cards' Carlos Beltran is the only active player with at
least 300 home runs and 300 stolen bases in their careers.
Chief executives for the largest U.S. companies are more optimistic
about sales over the next six months and plan to add more workers.
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.
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled 7-2 Monday Arizona's requirement of proof of
citizenship before voter registration is pre-empted by federal law.
California's bullet train agency won a key legal ruling when it obtained an exemption from regulatory oversight by the federal Surface Transportation Board for construction of the first segment of the rail system
that would run 220 mph trains from L.A. to San Francisco.
New Jersey's largest utility is one of many of the state's businesses
rethinking, emphasizing and experimenting with social media as a
form of customer service and marketing.
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