Despite the robust growth shown by Europe's largest economy last quarter, the euro zone remains plagued by anemic demand .
The latest ADP jobs report reveals that 213,000 workers were added to private-sector payrolls in September.
Wall Street believes increases in short-term interest rates will be more gradual than Federal Reserve officials are projecting.
Business investment and exports fueled 4.6% annualized growth in GDP, the U.S. economy's best performance since 2011.
Given low levels of inflation, the middle of 2015 may be too early for an increase in the federal funds rate, say some Federal Reserve officials.
Finance execs say raising the federal minimum wage would be a mistake that could cause massive layoffs and job freezes.
Inaction on climate change could cost the United States billions of dollars, says the new White House budget chief.
In addition, investors are more open to companies pursuing divestitures aggressively now, as long as the exit strategy is "credible," says a BCG…
The public’s lack of trust in political and business leaders harms the business environment, say CFOs.
While cutting forecasts for the major economies, the OECD says the euro zone requires stronger central bank intervention.