Jobless claims declined by 10,000 to 332,000 claims from 342,000 claims for the prior week, according to Thursday's jobless claims report from the Department of Labor.
McDonald's has announced the Egg White Delight, a yolk-free version of the popular Egg McMuffin breakfast sandwich, to hit restaurants nationwide in late April. The Egg White Delight announcement comes as McDonald's tries to distance itself from competitors and reverse its fortunes after a month of slumping sales.
Honda recall: Honda Motor Co. said Thursday it was recalling more than 183,000 vehicles in the U.S., including the Acura RL, Acura MDX and Pilot models.
'Price is Right' lawsuit involving a model for the long-running game show was overturned by a California judge Wednesday. Brandi Cochran, who worked on the 'The Price is Right, was awarded damages last year after convincing a jury that the show's producers discriminated against her after she became pregnant.
Stocks closed up on Wall Street Wednesday with the Dow Jones industrial average notched its ninth gain in a row, giving the index its longest winning streak in more than sixteen years. Demand for stocks has been propelled this year by optimism that the housing market is recovering and that companies have started to hire.
Choosing to bring a pet into your home is a responsibility that comes with significant cost, Hamm writes.
Mortgage rates increased 9 basis points to 3.67 percent since last week, according to the latest mortgage rates data from the Mortgage Bankers Association.
Tesla Motors is delaying the Model X electric crossover launch to the end of next year rather than late 2013 as it had said when the Model X electric crossover was first shown, Voelcker writes.
Latvia remains determined to join the Euro in 2014, Karlsson writes, despite some countries aiming to exit the Euro.
A carbon tax isn’t perfect, Gale writes, but relative to the alternatives, a tax on carbon has an enormous amount to offer to both the economy and the environment.
Paul Ryan's tax play mimics the tactics of the 2012 campaign, Gleckman writes, promising tax reform built around wildly ambitious but gauzy rate reductions without a word about how to pay for them.
In December 2012, 109,924 recipients were added to the food stamps program with the current total increasing 2.75 percent on a year-over-year basis, according to the latest data from the Department of Agriculture.