(Bloomberg) -- American consumers stepped on the gas in the fourth quarter, just as companies hit the brakes. The result was that while the world's largest economy grew at a 2.6 percent annualized rate, the gain fell short of the median forecast of economists ...
Energy companies will need to do more than just cut costs and renegotiate service contracts to remain afloat at $40 a barrel oil�they need to quit being so darn sloppy.
... * Spiegel says Berlin might back fresh aid with conditions. * Berlin denies report, urges Athens to obey rules. * New Greek government strikes defiant tone (Adds German MP warning of consequences for Athens).
San Francisco Federal Reserve Bank President John Williams speaks during an interview with Reuters reporters in the Washington bureau, October 14, 2014.
Nope, it's not bitcoin. The new McDonald's currency is going to give you a chance to participate in a �Lovin' Act�, such as a fist bump or phone call to your mom.