- Japan's core inflation rate edged lower in January as lower crude oil prices reduced energy costs, while weak retail sales and manufacturing underscored the fragility of its economic recovery.
U.S. Growth Poised to Pick Up The U.S. economy returned to its sluggish trajectory late last year, though underlying signs of strength suggest growth will pick up in 2015.
Fed Officials Beat Rate-Hike Drum Federal Reserve officials fanned out to drive home the message that they are likely to start raising short-term interest rates later this year, reinforcing Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s remarks to Congress during this past week.
Gas's Drop Drives U.S. Into Deflation Territory A measure of U.S. consumer prices fell in January from a year earlier, marking the first annual decline in more than five years and potentially complicating the calculus for when the Federal Reserve will lift interest rates.
Under Armour Foresees Electronic Clothing Athletic-gear maker Under Armour has been investing in fitness apps, while looking ahead to a time when clothes themselves become a means to track movement and biorhythms.
Movie-Ticket Sales Set for Banner Year Solid early returns for ‘American Sniper’ and ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ and solid lineup of blockbusters like ‘Furious 7’ and a new ‘Star Wars’ have analysts predicting that 2015 will be a banner year for America’s cinemas.
Bombardier Completes First Flight of Key Jet Canadian jet maker Bombardier completed the first flight of a jet that it hopes will anchor its future as a commercial aircraft manufacturer and raised new cash to help carry out its programs.
Airbus Boosts Output of Popular Plane Airbus is doubling down on its bet that lower oil prices and global economic uncertainties won’t dent demand for new jetliners, saying it is boosting the output of its most popular plane, the A320.
U.S. Presses China on Technology Rules U.S. officials and business groups are objecting to a draft Chinese antiterrorism law that they say will serve as a new way for Beijing to acquire proprietary information or nudge foreign technology companies out of the vast market.
Guinness to Rejoin New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade Guinness has decided to resume sponsorship of the St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Fifth Avenue after dropping out last year, sparking criticism from gay activists who want a broad boycott because of what they call the organizers’ discriminatory policies.
LetterOne, RWE to Close Dea Buy Monday Russian billionaire Mikhail Fridman’s investment fund is expected to close a $5.6 billion deal on Monday to acquire Dea, the oil and natural-gas arm of German utility RWE AG.
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