The Associated Press | posted 4 minutes ago
The average price of a gallon of gasoline is about the same as it was last year at this time, and could be slightly cheaper by Monday. But it's more than double what it was in 2000. Here's how the price of gasoline on Memorial Day has changed since then, according to GasBuddy.com.
Ali Zerdin, Associated Press | posted May 24th - 8:36am
Slovenia's parliament on Friday adopted a cap on public spending to try to convince foreign investors that the small eurozone country will not need an international bailout.
Associated Press | posted May 24th - 8:32am
China has agreed to give U.S. regulators access to audit records for Chinese companies whose shares trade on U.S. stock exchanges, a step forward in a long-running dispute.
Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press | posted May 24th - 7:25am
U.S. orders for long-lasting manufactured goods rebounded in April, buoyed by more demand for aircraft and stronger business investment. The gains suggest economic growth may be holding steady this spring.
Sam Hananel, Associated Press | posted May 24th - 7:14am
When President Barack Obama pushed his health care overhaul plan through Congress, he counted labor unions among his strongest supporters.
Mae Anderson, Associated Press | posted May 24th - 5:59am
Household products giant Procter & Gamble Co. is hoping its former CEO can work his magic once again.
Scott Mayerowitz and Jonathan Fahey, Associated Press | posted May 24th - 4:15am
The forecast for summer travel, 2013: Partly sunny.
Associated Press | posted May 24th - 3:38am
France's finance minister says the government is no longer planning to cap executives' salaries in the private sector, amid concerns it is antagonizing the big businesses needed to reinvigorate the economy.
Geir Moulson, Associated Press | posted May 24th - 3:27am
German business confidence rebounded this month in an unexpectedly strong showing that sends a hopeful signal for more robust growth in Europe's biggest economy, a closely watched survey found Friday.
Elaine Kurtenbach, Associated Press | posted May 24th - 12:50am
Japan's top leaders are defending the economic strategies championed by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, though the central bank chief acknowledged a need for better communication with financial markets, a day after Tokyo shares suffered their worst loss since the 2011 tsunami disaster.
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