Republicans and many Democrats agree that the corporate tax rate should be cut from its current 35 percent level down to 25 percent, or less. But it can't be done.
30-year mortgage rates fell to 4.2 percent since last week. 30-year mortgage rates have been in decline for most of this year.
Demios Space built a high-growth company and launched their own satellite using only self-funding in under ten years. How did they do it?
The Fed is worried about one form of deflation: price drops for good and services. If so many other kinds of deflation are already present, can goods and services deflation be far behind?
A robotic vacuum cleaner like the Roomba may save you time, but it's probably not worth the expense
The unraveling of MF Global provides a stark reminder of why we need to implement financial reform legislation
Private sector jobs rose by 110,000 last month. Will the October jobs report to be released Friday bring more good news?
California is trying to change the rules of the game, getting polluters to expect that they will be charged a gradually higher price for carbon emissions. Will the state's leaders be viewed as a heroes fools?
Private employers added 110,000 jobs in September, bringing the total employment level 1.62% above the level seen in October 2010
Perry’s “Cut, Balance, and Grow” fiscal platform will lavish huge tax cuts on the wealthy. It will cut taxes for some of the working poor. And it will also add trillions to the deficit.
Total residential spending on increased 0.9 percent, rising 0.1 percent above the level seen in September 2010 while remaining a whopping 66.25 percent below the peak level of spending seen in 2006.