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Can we tame inflation without hurting workers?
Corporate profits are up 10% over the same quarter last year
Here's a look at why American companies are making more money, and how they're spending it.
What it might mean if Trump succeeds in cutting the business tax rate
President Donald Trump reminded Fox News’ Tucker Carlson last night that he aims to bring taxes “way down” on businesses, from 35 percent to 15 percent. But a lot of companies don’t pay 35 percent, because they take deductions and exclusions to shave their tax bill. A drop in the overall tax rate could make […]
McDonald's wants to serve up a giant turnaround
The company's huge size and long history complicate its efforts to keep up
Corporate earnings: up. Hiring: not so much.
Corporate America shows profit growth, but global troubles cloud the future.
Global slowdown hits corporate profits
Illinois Tool Works isn’t a known bellwether, but its earnings show key trends: As export markets cool, profits come from U.S. sales and cost cuts.
Corporate earnings expected to disappoint
Companies in the S&P 500 predict lower third-quarter earnings by a four-to-one margin.
For corporate health, check sales -- not profit
Nearly halfway through earnings season, companies are making profits but falling short on sales. The sluggish economy is taking a toll.
What to learn from this season's earnings
The corporate earnings reports are flooding in this morning, with companies like Southwest Airlines and Verizon telling us how they did in the first part of this year. In recent quarters, companies have padded their profits by cutting costs.