- Caesars 4Q loss widens following impairment charge Updated: Mar-11-14 6:23 pm
- South Dakota lawmakers optimistic on spending Updated: Mar-11-14 12:08 pm
- Transit use up in many cities, down for TriMet Updated: Mar-10-14 11:23 pm
- More choices, more rides bring transit renaissance Updated: Mar-10-14 7:55 pm
- Americans riding public transit in record numbers Updated: Mar-10-14 3:06 am
- Despite obstacles, the bull market turns 5 Updated: Mar-09-14 8:46 am
- US job gain despite freeze raises economic hopes Updated: Mar-08-14 12:04 am
- Indiana residents dropping out of labor force Updated: Mar-08-14 12:04 am
- Kansas high court: School funding unconstitutional Updated: Mar-07-14 6:34 pm
- US consumer borrowing up $13.7 billion in January Updated: Mar-07-14 3:27 pm
- California unemployment rate falls to 8.1 percent Updated: Mar-07-14 2:49 pm
- Pa. jobless rate falls again, hiring flat in Jan. Updated: Mar-07-14 12:21 pm
- Georgia Senate backs $42B budget plan Updated: Mar-06-14 3:43 pm
- Treasurer: Okla. gross receipts on positive trend Updated: Mar-06-14 3:10 pm
- Nevada economy on upswing, no budget slashing Updated: Mar-06-14 2:52 pm
- Stock and housing gains put US net worth at record Updated: Mar-06-14 2:49 pm
- Poll: Cuomo keeps strong lead over challengers Updated: Mar-06-14 2:34 pm
- Report: Anniston trails Alabama in job recovery Updated: Mar-06-14 10:17 am
- Washington jobless rate drops to 6.4 percent Updated: Mar-06-14 1:34 am
- Scott State of State speech highlights economy Updated: Mar-04-14 5:13 pm
- White House: Jobless rate over 6 percent 'til 2017 Updated: Mar-04-14 4:53 pm
- Analysis: Obama budget tries to have it both ways Updated: Mar-04-14 4:52 pm
- March will be test of US auto demand Updated: Mar-03-14 5:37 pm
- Workforce, diversity drive recession recovery Updated: Mar-01-14 12:32 pm
- US consumer confidence ticks up in February Updated: Feb-28-14 2:33 pm
LAS VEGAS - Caesars Entertainment Corp. on Tuesday posted a large quarterly loss after taking a hefty impairment charge.
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.
PORTLAND, Oregon - While the use of buses, trains and subways is on the rise in many U.S. cities, ridership in the Portland region's much touted TriMet system has fallen off.
LOS ANGELES - With more trains and buses to take, and the appeal of using travel time for pursuits other than dodging traffic, Americans are taking greater advantage of a renaissance in public transit, according to a new report.
LOS ANGELES - Americans are boarding public buses, trains and subways in greater numbers than any time since the suburbs began booming.
NEW YORK - Happy 5th birthday, bull market.
WASHINGTON - Job growth in the United States has proved surprisingly consistent.
INDIANAPOLIS - Sara Swinehart chucked her job as an autism therapist in Lafayette last summer to go on a cross-country bicycling adventure. The 27-year-old woman has yet to return to the workforce, living at her parent's home in Valparaiso while she weighs her job options.
TOPEKA, Kansas - Kansas must spend more money on its public schools, the state Supreme Court ruled Friday in a decision that could jeopardize Republican Gov. Sam Brownback's desire to make his state a tax-cutting template for the nation.
WASHINGTON - Consumers increased their borrowing in January on autos and student loans but cut back on their credit card use.
LOS ANGELES - California's unemployment rate continued its downward trend, dropping to 8.1 percent in January, even as the number of nonfarm jobs declined.
HARRISBURG, Pennsylvania - Pennsylvania's unemployment rate dropped in January to its lowest rate since 2008, although hiring remained flat, according to new figures released Friday.
ATLANTA - Georgia would spend $42 billion on state government under a plan approved Thursday by the state Senate that would raise pay for teachers and other employees, better fund regulatory services and proposes $10 million to fund startup businesses.
OKLAHOMA CITY - Oklahoma's treasurer says state revenue collections continued to rise in February, the fourth anniversary of the low point reached following the latest recession.
CARSON CITY, Nevada - Gov. Brian Sandoval's budget for the next biennium will focus on policy initiatives and addressing needs neglected during the recession, administration officials said Thursday.
WASHINGTON - A surging stock market and rebounding home prices boosted Americans' wealth to a record in the final three months of last year, though both trends have slowed so far in 2014.
ALBANY, New York - New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo is maintaining a strong lead over potential challengers despite a sharp drop in his job approval rating among voters feeling tough economic times, according to a new poll released Thursday.
ANNISTON, Alabama - Compared to all other metro areas in Alabama, Calhoun County has recovered fewer jobs since the Great Recession hit, but recent signs suggest increased local economic gains are ahead.
SEATTLE - Washington state has more jobs than before the start of the recession, with a January unemployment rate of 6.4 percent, the Employment Security Department reported Wednesday.
TALLAHASSEE, Florida - Gov. Rick Scott touted Florida's improving economy in a State of the State speech Tuesday that drew a contrast between the recession years under former Gov. Charlie Crist and the jobs created during his first three years in office.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama's $3.9 trillion budget proposal for next year suggests the U.S. economic recovery that began in 2009 will continue to gain momentum over the next few years but that the unemployment rate won't fall to pre-recession levels of below 6 percent until 2017.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama tried to have it both ways Tuesday with an election-year budget that paid faint lip service to reducing federal deficits, then piled on about $1 trillion in tax increases and hundreds of billions in higher spending designed to appeal to economically squeezed voters rather than congressional foes of red ink.
DETROIT - March will be one of the most crucial months for the U.S. auto industry in years.
NAPPANEE, Indiana - Northern Indiana communities are diversifying their industries and working to improve workers' skills as they recover from the Great Recession.
WASHINGTON - A surprisingly optimistic outlook among younger Americans and a higher stock market pushed up a measure of U.S. consumer sentiment in February.