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U.S. Companies Added 139,000 Jobs in February

Payroll processor ADP said Wednesday that U.S. companies added slightly more jobs in February than in the previous month, but harsh winter weather still weighed on hiring.

5 Notable Hispanic Technology Executives

Hispanics are expected to make up the next generation of high-tech leaders, and so we offer up five Hispanic tech executives you'll be reading about in the coming years.

Top Hispanic Tech Companies Push for the Top

The 2014 Hispanic Business Top 10 Tech companies, from the federal power alley in Virginia to Silicon Valley in California, have successfully weathered the storm in a volatile economy. So how did they do it?

Obama Submits $3.9 Trillion Budget Proposal

President Obama released a budget proposal Tuesday that seeks $3.9 trillion in spending, higher taxes on corporations and individuals, and tax breaks for lower-income workers.

U.S. Pledges $1 Billion in Aid to Ukraine

The U.S. will provide $1 billion in loan guarantees and technical expertise to Ukraine, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said Tuesday, with Secretary of State John Kerry delivering the news in Kiev in a show of support.

Why U.S. Economy Grows While Europe Is Stuck

The global financial crisis of 2008 opened a window that allows a look at how different nations reacted to, and recovered from, a similar financial shock in real time.

Global Shares Tumble Amid Ukraine Fears

Global stocks mostly sank on Monday amid fears of a conflict between Ukraine and Russia, sendingt investors fleeing to gold and the yen, while oil prices rallied.

Crisis in Ukraine Pushes Down U.S. Stocks

Global stocks fell sharply on rising tension over Russia's military advance into Ukraine, while Treasurys and gold prices rose as investors bought safer assets.

Food Prices to Rise 2 to 4 Percent this Year, Say Analysts

Grocery bills are expected to increase this year anywhere from 2 percent to 4 percent, almost doubling the increase in food prices for 2013.

S&P Hits New High, Stocks Mixed

The Standard & Poor's 500 index set another high mark Friday, but other U.S. stock indexes were mixed on disappointing economic news.

Pending Home Sales Steady Despite Big Chill

Pending home sales held steady in January with tentative sales up in the South and Northeast, but in decline elsewhere, a trade group said.

Estimated Q4 Economic Growth Rate Cut to 2.4 Percent

The U.S. economy grew sharply less in the fourth quarter than first thought, in part because consumers didn't spend as much as initially estimated, but most economists expect growth will rebound in spring.

Is Susana Martinez Running or Not?

It's time for a look back to at the evolving history of how N.M. Gov. Susana Martinez has explained her lack of interest in going to Washington.

GM Faces Rough Road Amid Recall, NHTSA Investigation

General Motors faces tough questions as it grapples with a massive recall of models with faulty ignition switches and a new investigation by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

Durable Goods Orders Declined in January

U.S. businesses ordered fewer durable manufactured goods in January, particularly commercial aircraft, a volatile month-to-month category. However, demand for core capital goods rose after falling in December.

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