While cutting forecasts for the major economies, the OECD says the euro zone requires stronger central bank intervention.
Income inequality is hurting U.S. states that rely heavily on revenues generated from taxes on personal income and consumption.
The latest Duke/CFO survey reveals more confidence in the U.S., less confidence in Latin America, and greater concern about regulation
After weeks of relatively strong economic reports and employment gains, hiring by U.S. businesses slowed last month.
A new Federal Reserve report reveals that the income disparities between the rich and the average American only increased during the economic…
Two-hundred sixty-one companies have submitted IPO filings this year, and 100 of them could list this autumn, says Renaissance Capital.
Slow revenue growth and high labor costs are giving some U.S. firms second thoughts about increasing their stakes in the second-largest economy.
The CBO ups its federal deficit forecast because of lower than expected corporate tax revenues.
If President Obama and lawmakers want to prevent more tax inversions, then they should wipe out corporate income taxes and tax investors instead.
Besides being in labor-intensive industries, many of the world's 15 biggest employers were part of government or located in a place where big is…