This is a good thing, we are finely seeing a little inflation, not much but just a little.
Obama has found Putin guilty and sentenced without a trial, no evidence. Now we do not need any judges, no trials and no evidence just a man saying get a rope. No one has heard anything from the black box. Man we could save a whole lot of money by not putting those on the jets now, we do not need the black boxes anymore.
Panasonic has apparently reached a basic agreement to sell its cellphone base station business to Finland's Nokia. The Japanese electronics maker, which has been streamlining, wants to further free itself to focus on growth fields.
The Affordable Care Act could get a whole lot less "affordable" for almost 5 million people if the Obama Administration loses this court fight.
FedEx is facing drug-trafficking charges after a federal grand jury in San Francisco indicted the overnight shipping company, accusing it of conspiring to deliver prescription drugs for illegal Internet pharmacies.
GE's appliances and lighting unit reported revenue of more than $8 billion in 2013. The appliances business may fetch $1.5 billion to $2.5 billion in a sale, Bloomberg quoted the people as saying.
Italian lottery operator GTECH said it will buy Las Vegas-based slot machine maker International Game Technology for $4.7 billion in cash and stock to increase its scale and offerings in the global gaming market.
That's twice the rate from just five years ago, although the pace of dumping landlines seems to have slowed down in recent years.
It all comes down to money, but it doesn't stop at the fact that no one—not consumers, Congress or the utilities—wants to pay for sweeping upgrades to America's aging power grid.
Iraq going against US sanction on Russia.
The start of the hurricane season.
Singapore will introduce a physical gold contract this year, while Shanghai starts international bullion trading, highlighting a push in the biggest consuming region to establish new price benchmarks as demand shifts east.
That will bolster plans by Toyota, the world's biggest carmaker, and Honda Motor, Japan's No.3, to start selling fuel cell vehicles in 2015.