According to the latest BMO Small Business Confidence Report released today, Canadian businesses remain confident in their business prospects and the state of the economy for 2013, with British Columbia and Atlantic Canada leading the way.
South Carolina residents have until Sunday to accept the state Department of
Revenue's offer of a year of credit monitoring and identity theft protection
through Experian's ProtectMyID.
State Sen. Stuart Ingle says legislation passed to attract and retain businesses to New Mexico may not fix all of the state's problems but it's a step in the right direction.
Swiss bank Credit Suisse said it
had agreed with Morgan Stanley to take over the U.S. company's wealth
management operations in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
The Internal Revenue Service has issued a scam alert to help taxpayers stay out of trouble before mid-April's filing deadline. The IRS's "dirty dozen" scams include identity theft, false charities, "free money" tax claims circulating among churches, and phishing, in which perpetrators try to get important personal information from victims to use in their crimes.
Many working Americans are already feeling the pinch from the boost in Social Security payroll taxes that kicked in Jan. 1, forcing them to pull back on spending, according to a survey by the accounting staff recruiter Accounting Principals.
Amid shouts of "No justice, no peace," the call to action was clear Saturday as speakers at Historic King Solomon Baptist Church denounced the appointment of an emergency financial manager for Detroit-- and prepared for a battle.
The Securities and Exchange Commission announced charges against a Houston-based hedge fund manager and his firm accused of defrauding investors in two hedge funds and steering bloated fees to a brokerage firm CEO who also is charged in the SEC's case.
Dollar General Corp. today reported record sales,
operating profit and net income for its fiscal 2012 fourth quarter and full year ended Feb. 1.
Through the success of Capital Access Network's online lending engine CapTap, small businesses have received $3 billion in working capital.
Apple says its latest update to the iOS 6 operating system fixes a security flaw that could allow access to an iPhone by circumventing the phone's lock screen.
The one-off tax on bank deposits in Cyprus would have negative consequences for depositors and creditors, ratings agency Moody's said Monday.
Bruce Hendricks, Bank of Nevada's CEO, had an inkling his bank was in for good things after seeing positive signs the year before.
U.S. stocks opened lower Monday on news that a bailout for Cyprus included a tax on bank deposits.
Bank of America said it will repurchase up to $5 billion of common stock and redeem about $5.5 billion in preferred stock after it won Federal Reserve approval for its capital plan.