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The consumer pause in May came after seven months of gains in retail sales. There's some concern about a 'double dip' recession, but most forecasters see the economy recovering at a slow pace.
Businesses continue to slash payrolls, and the hourly wage of the typical American with a job continues to drop.
Considering the fall in the growth momentum of money supply between 2008 and 2009, US economic activity could come under pressure in a few months time, prompting the Fed to begin strong monetary pumping.
World Cup 2010, which kicks off June 11, is expected to be the most-watched TV event in history. With more ways to watch, will Americans also tune in?
It's still a good time to buy. The end of tax credits and foreclosures will help keep home prices down.
Paul Krugman refuses to accept the fact that if the government dissaves, it will lead to a bigger trade deficit.
Today, post-housing crash, we are still seeing property markets continuing to move together as governments prop up deflating housing assets.
Arthur Laffer helped build the intellectual case for the Reagan tax cuts. Now he warns that tax hikes will kill the recovery.
Extreme tax avoidance could frustrate Obama's plans to trim the deficit.
The Tesco story in recent years has centered around top-class customer service, backed up by strong marketing and ruthlessly efficient logistics.
The 2010 World Cup will be offered in 3D TV by three networks this year. But at $2,260 for the equipment and service, it's an expensive proposition.
It only makes sense to favor gold over productive investments at a time like this: when the world's monetary system is heading for a crackup.
Six of the highest-paid players in World Cup 2010 have lost up to $21 million collectively because of the euro's slide.
Three IRS rulings the rulings will lower the tax burden for many same-sex couples. But the changes don’t address a host of other ways in which same-sex couples face less-favorable tax treatment.
The McDonald's recall of 12 million Shrek glasses has prompted a House investigation of cadmium in children's products.
Government stimulus has powered much of the economic recovery so far, the Fed's Bernanke says. Can the private sector take over?
How would you spend today if it were the one day by which your entire life would be judged?
Polls show public disapproval over the Obama administration's handling of the worst oil spill in U.S. history.