The United States risks destabilizing global
trade and financial markets if its central bank continues to make
monetary policy moves that weaken the dollar to revive its own
economy, the UN warned on Tuesday.
US President Barack Obama's approval ratings
have hit a nine-month high, probably boosted by a largely positive
response to his handling of this month's shooting in Tucson, an
opinion poll released on Tuesday showed.
Apple, the technology innovator and standard-setter for stylish cellphones, personal computers and transformative gadgets from iPods to iPads, is losing its iconic leader once again.
U.S. President Barack Obama said Tuesday he would order a federal review of regulations to do away with rules that hurt economic growth.
The price of raw materials -- everything from oil to gold to corn -- has been soaring, and to find out why, you have to dig all the way to China. You don't have to go quite as far to take advantage of rising commodity prices.
Intel Corp. posted a 48-percent rise in fourth-quarter earnings Thursday and reported record earnings for 2010 as the world's largest chipmaker enjoyed a resurgence in the market for computers that had been hard hit by the global recession.