Average U.S. rates for fixed mortgages rose sharply this week, making home-buying slightly less affordable.
U.S. factories received fewer orders in October, as aircraft demand fell and businesses cut back on computers. The decline suggests companies were hesitant to invest during the 16-day partial government shutdown.
Concerned residents in the River Oaks subdivision spoke up this past February to oppose a 150-unit apartment complex proposed at River Run and Elkhorn Creek Lane. Eyewitness News has learned the latest plan has major changes, including the developer’s name.
Those who have heard of Neel Kashkari know him as the former U.S. Treasury official who was in charge of the bank bailout at the height of the recession.
A California citrus trade group says temperatures did not drop low enough overnight to cause any crop damage.
U.S. service sector firms grew in November at the weakest pace since June, evidence that cautious spending by consumers and businesses may be slowing growth.
Americans ramped up purchases of new homes in October after three months of soft sales, evidence that the housing recovery is improving fitfully.
The U.S. trade deficit fell in October, helped by America's energy boom that lifted overall exports to an all-time high.
General Motors says it's in Japan for the long haul despite sales of Cadillac and Chevrolet models barely surpassing 1,000 vehicles a year.
Further signs emerged Wednesday to show that the paltry economic recovery in the 17-country eurozone is losing steam.
A New Jersey energy company required by an unusual legal settlement to build an extensive network of electric car chargers throughout California has delivered just 10 percent of what it promised in the first year.
With a unanimous vote Tuesday, Kern County supervisors privatized the leadership of Kern Medical Center.
Citrus farmers in California's Central Valley made preparations Tuesday to protect their crops, as a cold front that could bring near-record low temperatures in parts of the state began moving through.
The holiday weekend was good to U.S. automakers, as sales reports indicate the auto industry is on track to beat strong numbers from a year ago.
After years in which the ease of instant communication allowed bosses to place greater demands on white-collar workers, some companies are beginning to set limits, recognizing that successful employees must be able to escape from work.