- China worries stalk markets Updated: Mar-12-14 6:49 am
- Strikes in Greece as austerity deal proves elusive Updated: Mar-12-14 6:04 am
- Oil drops below $99 on China slowdown jitters Updated: Mar-12-14 5:58 am
- Tulsa mayor to address local realtors group Updated: Mar-12-14 3:25 am
- Europe makes a stink about American cheese names Updated: Mar-12-14 3:16 am
- In reversal, Maine GOP embraces part of health law Updated: Mar-11-14 9:43 pm
- Chile's Bachelet sworn in again as president Updated: Mar-11-14 9:08 pm
- Business tax incentive plan headed to Senate floor Updated: Mar-11-14 9:01 pm
- Carson City visitation up in 2013 Updated: Mar-11-14 7:38 pm
- Arizona House rejects bill for 2nd time Updated: Mar-11-14 7:14 pm
- Health insurance sign-ups near 46,000 in Louisiana Updated: Mar-11-14 6:56 pm
- Caesars 4Q loss widens following impairment charge Updated: Mar-11-14 6:23 pm
- How investors may be getting fooled by buybacks Updated: Mar-11-14 5:50 pm
- Lawmakers advance Neb. income tax indexing bill Updated: Mar-11-14 5:23 pm
- US stocks end slightly lower for a second day Updated: Mar-11-14 5:19 pm
- Tiny Luxembourg blocks tax evasion law for EU Updated: Mar-11-14 5:08 pm
- NC health insurance sign-ups higher than predicted Updated: Mar-11-14 4:17 pm
- US stocks edge lower; Teen retailers slide Updated: Mar-11-14 4:13 pm
- Puerto Rico sells $3.5B in bonds, sees high demand Updated: Mar-11-14 2:40 pm
- OECD: Growth in advanced economies gains momentum Updated: Mar-11-14 2:28 pm
- Del. panel recommends casino changes Updated: Mar-11-14 1:55 pm
- Maine gov introduces tax cut referendum proposal Updated: Mar-11-14 12:47 pm
- South Dakota lawmakers optimistic on spending Updated: Mar-11-14 12:08 pm
- US employers posted more open jobs in January Updated: Mar-11-14 11:25 am
- US wholesaler sales fall 1.9 percent in January Updated: Mar-11-14 10:32 am
LONDON - Worries over the Chinese economic outlook continued to rattle markets Wednesday, with industrial metals such as copper in the forefront of investor concerns.
ATHENS, Greece - A 24-hour strike by civil servants disrupted public services in Greece Wednesday as the country's government struggled to hammer out a deal on further austerity measures with international creditors.
The price of oil dropped below $99 a barrel Wednesday as the possibility of a deeper economic slowdown in China fed expectations of weaker demand.
TULSA, Oklahoma - Tulsa's mayor is scheduled to deliver a keynote address about the city's economic future this week.
WASHINGTON - Errico Auricchio (eh-REE-co oh-REE-chee-oh) produced cheese with his family in Italy until he brought his trade to the United States more than 30 years ago. Now, the European Union is saying his cheese isn't authentic enough to carry a European name.
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine Republicans who are fiercely fighting an effort to expand government-subsidized health care coverage to roughly 70,000 residents have come up with an alternative: government-subsidized health care.
VALPARAISO, Chile - Michelle Bachelet returned to Chile's presidency Tuesday after a four-year break, facing an economic slowdown and student-led protests that have paralyzed the country in recent years and now will likely challenge her promises of profound social changes.
BOISE, Idaho - A tax-incentive plan aimed at luring businesses to expand in Idaho is headed to the Senate floor despite some opponents' concerns that it could permit cronyism.
CARSON CITY, Nevada - A new report shows the number of visitors to Carson City increased in 2013, bringing with them economic gains for Nevada's capital city.
PHOENIX - The Arizona House of Representatives has for the second time voted down a bill that would have reduced income taxes to offset new collections from online sales.
BATON ROUGE, Louisiana - Nearly 46,000 Louisiana residents signed up for private insurance coverage through the federally-run marketplace by last month's end, a steadily-growing enrollment rate that still falls short of an Obama administration target.
LAS VEGAS - Caesars Entertainment Corp. on Tuesday posted a large quarterly loss after taking a hefty impairment charge.
NEW YORK - If you're puzzled why the U.S. stock market has risen so fast in a slow-growing economy, consider one of its star performers: DirecTV.
LINCOLN, Nebraska - Lawmakers have advanced a bill to ensure that Nebraska's income tax brackets keep pace with inflation.
Without any big economic news or blowout company earnings to respond to, investors found little to get excited about Tuesday and sent the stock market lower for the second day in a row.
BRUSSELS - European Union finance ministers failed once again Tuesday to agree on a sweeping new policy to fight tax evasion because of resistance from Luxembourg, a tiny country that long has prospered from a secretive banking culture.
RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina health insurance consumers continued to enroll at a steady clip for private coverage sold on a federally run marketplace, a new report released Tuesday said.
Stocks are closing lower as a thin slate of economic news and corporate results left investors unwilling to drive up a market that hit three record highs last week.
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - Puerto Rico sold $3.5 billion in general obligation bonds on Tuesday in the largest issue of its kind for the U.S. territory, which is struggling to pay off $70 billion in public debt.
PARIS - Economic growth is gaining momentum in the United States, Europe and other advanced countries despite temporary setbacks, a leading international organization said Tuesday.
DOVER, Delaware - A panel examining how to keep Delaware's casinos competitive voted Tuesday to recommend changes that could cost the state more than $20 million a year.
AUGUSTA, Maine - Maine Gov. Paul LePage wants to ask voters whether the state should lower taxes and reduce government spending.
PIERRE, South Dakota - Expressing optimism that South Dakota's construction and agricultural industries will prosper in the next year, the Legislature's budget-writing committee decided Tuesday that the state will have more money to spend than economists had predicted.
WASHINGTON - U.S. employers advertised slightly more jobs in January than in December, a sign that hiring should remain steady in coming months.
WASHINGTON - U.S. wholesale businesses in January suffered their steepest sales drop in nearly five years, yet they continued to increase their stockpiles. This suggests that companies expect the economy to rebound after experiencing an abrupt winter slowdown.