National defense spending fell 12% in the fourth quarter of 2014, offsetting growth in personal expenditures and inventory investment.
Executives are forecasting only moderate growth in their full-time employee base, despite forecasts of robust revenue growth.
U.S. gross domestic product grew 2.6% last quarter, weakened by falloffs in business investment and government spending.
If tax reform focuses only on conventional corporations, S corporations and partnerships could suffer.
Offering big data from on-board computers, truck-leasing firm Fleet Advantage tries to cement bonds with clients, its CFO says.
China's GDP expanded 7.4% in 2014, and declining investment in infrastructure and property could lead to an even slower 2015.
Copart flies under the radar (until now), but somehow it's a financial machine.
Once again, the World Bank chops some basis points off global economic growth projections, describing the euro zone and Japan as "sputtering."
Deloitte blows up conventional thinking on the assessment of financial performance.