So much for the growth boom. Friday's report that the economy grew only 2.6% in last year's fourth quarter was disappointing, not least because it would have been worse without the fillip for consumers from falling oil prices.
ATHENS�Greece should avoid making any one-sided moves that could undermine relations with its international creditors, a top European official warned Friday after talks in Athens failed to produce much common ground over Greece's bailout and debt ...
(Bloomberg) -- Chevron Corp. slashed its drilling budget by the most in 12 years, suspended share buybacks and laid off workers as energy producers around the world curtail ambitions to cope with free-falling oil prices.
PHOENIX - A commissioner who acts like he wants his profile on a stamp and a rule book that must be read by cryptographers to be understood are just a couple of the NFL's problems on display this season.
NRN editor and restaurant finance expert Jonathan Maze breaks down what you should be watching in the industry this week. Connect with him on the latest finance trends and news at @jonathanmaze and jonathan.
This week's earnings report from Google didn't give bullish investors much to hang onto, but they found a hook anyway. The stock jumped 4.7% Friday, odd given that the Web giant's results from the previous afternoon missed nearly every analyst forecast.