Automotive executive Fred Diaz talks about leaving Chrysler and why he's revved up about Nissan.
Honda, Nissan and Toyota dominated the Top 10 Vehicles Among U.S.-Hispanic Consumers list this year, holding down eight of the 10 spots.
It was a good year for the top 20 U.S. Hispanic-owned auto dealerships on the 2013 HispanicBusiness Automotive Report.
Deciding to wait for better economic times, the Fed last week decided to leave its accommodative monetary policy in place -- for the time being.
The U.S. service sector expanded for the 46th consecutive month in October with gains accelerating modestly, the Institute for Supply Management said.
A measure of U.S. home prices rose only slightly in September from August, a sign that prices are leveling off after big gains earlier this year.
Institutional investors, who turn single-family homes into rentals, accounted for about one in four home sales in Atlanta, Las Vegas, St. Louis and Jacksonville, data from RealtyTrac show.
This week will see the second consecutive week of U.S. and global economic reports from the Labor and Commerce departments, Markit Economics and the Institute of Supply Management, among other highly anticipated releases.
Industrial production rose 0.6 percent in September after posting a gain of 0.4 percent in August, the U.S. Federal Reserve said Monday.
Now is when Americans start figuring out that President Barack Obama's health care law goes beyond political talk, and really does affect them and people they know.
The best thing Washington can do to spur the U.S. economy is end the "constant cycle of manufactured crises and self-inflicted wounds," President Obama says.
Business owners should be hiring staff and borrowing big to expand their companies, because the economy will be on an upswing to 2017, expert tells Vistage All-City 2013 in Charlotte.
Two-thirds of small businesses report paying more for insurance premiums per employee this year than they did in 2012, according to a new study from the National Federation of Independent Business.
The bubble-or-boom debate has become increasingly murky in recent weeks as more of the financial fingerprints used to identify a frothy market show up on investors' radar.
Lower inflation is usually good news because it makes things easier to buy, but the current slide is just another sign of how weak the economic recovery is in the 17 countries of the eurozone.