The business of financing capital spending grew 6.7% last year, down from 9.3% in 2013.
Large increases in the minimum wage could have severe long-term effects.
The commonwealth's problem is deficits not its debt load, say former IMF economists.
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Microsoft attempts to right the wrongs of Windows 8 with its new PC operating system, scheduled for release on Tuesday.
Many companies are back to the habit of holding on tightly to their cash reserves. Is a softening in business confidence to blame?
Capital goods orders for June beat expectations, rebounding strongly after dropping the past two months.
If the deal is approved, Teva says the combined company would have revenue of about $26 billion and EBITDA of $9.5 billion in 2016.
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