WASHINGTON New orders for U.S. manufactured capital goods rose less than expected in June amid weak demand for machinery, suggesting an ongoing downturn in business spending.
(Updates after retail data, adds new quote). By Jemima Kelly. LONDON, July 27 Sterling edged down against the dollar and euro on Wednesday, refusing to be lifted by second-quarter UK growth data that was stronger than had been expected, though ...
WASHINGTON - The number of Americans who signed contracts to buy homes crept up in June, a possible indication that the recent growth in real estate sales is still on track.
As Verizon plans a fiber expansion in Boston, CEO Lowell McAdam yesterday said the company is talking to other cities about potentially building fiber networks.
To get a better sense of why Chinese technology company LeEco bought Irvine TV maker Vizio for $2 billion, have a look at one of LeEco's smartphones.