The number of Americans filing new claims for unemployment benefits unexpectedly fell last week, pointing to a further strengthening of labor market conditions.
According to influential tech blog Re/Code, Apple will formally unveil its latest smartphone next month on Sept 9.
Joy Reid takes a look at the U.S.-Africa Summit and the pledge by American companies to invest billions in the region’s fast-growing economies.
Investors don’t appear to be paying a premium for big banks’ bigness. In fact, they appear to be penalizing them for their size.
Obama started his presidency amid the worst recession since the Great Depression, and he pointed out how much the country has improved since then.
The nation’s banks are making it easier for consumers and
industries to get mortgages and real
estate loans, the Federal Reserve said Monday.
Africans see jobs, education and security as their biggest areas of concern, according to a poll on Monday conducted by ONE
General Electric Co (GE.N) on Monday pledged to invest $2 billion in Africa by 2018 to boost infrastructure, worker skills and access to energy