The latest Miller & Chevalier survey of corporate tax officers finds six in 10 doubtful of progress in the waning days of the Obama administration.
The group Third Way says we should tax exports of coal and natural gas, too. And industry will like it.
By Steve Mufson |
8 hours ago
Jason Furman's favorite graph shows that productivity growth has been reasonably good over the past decade and a half -- and if that continues, we might be in for good economic growth.
With the looming March 31 deadline to enroll in 2014 individual health plans, the mandate is again looming large.
Study find that pollution outdoors negatively impacts productivity indoors.
The uninsured rate has dropped to its lowest point since 2008, a new Gallup poll finds.
In 2013 the cost of making pennies and nickels exceeded their face value for the eighth year in a row.
A new chart on the duration of unemployment from the White House explains why the unemployment rate remains so high almost five years after the recession ended.
(1) At CPAC, libertarians muscle up as GOP soul-searches; (2) Ukraine crisis hits closer to U.S.; (3) parties plot out Obamacare strategies; (4) solid jobs report as Fed mulls next moves; and (5) safety regulators face heat over GM recall
By Puneet Kollipara |
16 hours ago
The Nissan plant in Smyrna, Tenn. has hired thousands more workers in recent years -- but the jobs are much worse than they used to be.
If paper checks are on life support, Bank of America is now fiddling with the plug.
John Boehner thinks the U.S. can help Ukraine by exporting more natural gas. If only it were that simple.
Verizon Terremark will continue working on Healthcare.gov, even though the Obama administration hired a replacement.
The amount of the equity people have in their homes hit $10 trillion in the fourth quarter, the highest level since 2007.
By Dina ElBoghdady |
The states have another big Obamacare decision to make.
To understand why, you have to dive into the boring logistics of how the Labor Department calculates its data.
Younger Americans are less likely to call themselves environmentalists than older ones.
Today's top five stories: 1) U.S. action on Ukraine advances; 2) Obamacare outreach struggles; 3) Senate rejects military sexual assault bill; 4) climate change action heats up; and 5) Obama pressed on immigration, while conservatives silent
By Puneet Kollipara |
The U.S. economy added a solid 175,000 jobs in February, despite harsh winter weather that many analysts expected would curtail hiring, according to government data released Friday morning.
Safeway, being acquired by a private equity firm, is effectively merging with supermarket chain Albertsons in an attempt to compete in the tough grocery business.